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“Día de Muertos - A Time to Grieve & Remember”

  • Art, Contemporary art
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National Museum of Mexican Art Pilsen
Photograph: Zach Long

Time Out says

The National Museum of Mexican Art's annual Day of the Dead exhibit holds special significance this year, honoring the thousands of Mexican and American individuals who have died during the COVID-19 pandemic. "Día de Muertos" gathers a collection of artworks and installations, including a piece by Pilsen muralist Hector Duarte and an ofrenda for Adam Toledo, the 13-year-old student who was shot and killed by the police last year. As usual, admission is free—anyone is welcome to stop by the museum and pay their respects to those who are no longer with us.


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