Fresh from the famous Prado in Madrid, the Albuquerque Museum is now showing “Visions of the Hispanic World” which includes over 200 exceptional works spanning more than 3,000 years from the collection of the Hispanic Society of America.
According to Albuquerque Museum’s Director Andrew Connors this exhibition “tells a rich story of cultures settling in Spain and then bringing the most innovative elements of their heritage to the Spanish colonies.” These exhibits encourage visitors to “celebrate world cultures through exceptional artistic masterpieces of a nation linked through history to many who live here.”
Please join host Stephen Spitz and special guest Andrew Connors as learn all about this once in a lifetime exhibition.
Produced with assistance of Roman Garcia and Lynn Schibeci
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