The Albuquerque Art Museum is presenting a series of three exhibitions covering 300 years of Spanish art timed to coincide with the founding of Albuquerque by the Spanish in 1706. The curator of these exhibitions, Ellen Landis, and UNM art historian, David Craven, join host Stephen Spitz to discuss the second exhibition, including works by Mariano Fortuny and Pablo Picasso. In addition to assessing the overall significance of the featured artists, the show focuses upon the relationship of their art to New Mexico and Mexican artists, such as Diego Rivera.
Produced with assistance of Steve Madrid.
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