Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Looking Back at May is for Mexico

Exhibiting artist Eduardo Sarabia

At the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, May is for Mexico. Throughout the month, MCA Denver produces Huevos Revueltos, an exhibition and series of programs focusing on contemporary
Mexican art and culture. Huevos Revueltos translates to “scrambled eggs," which is the name our artist friends gave to our Mixed Taste program when they launched it in Mexico City in 2008. It seemed like the right title for a mashed-up festival of events that brought together a host of interesting personalities from around the hemisphere. To curate the program, Guadalajara-based artist Eduardo Sarabia moved to Denver with his family for the month. This is a photo essay of a few of the friends who visited us in May.

Photographs by Tod Kapke.

Chef Roberto Solis from the restaurant Néctar prepared an exclusive dinner for invited guests on May 9, 2013.

DJ Nancy Whang formerly of LCD Soundsystem performed for our Nueve de Mayo fiesta

The Guadalajara-based Los Master Plus launched their world tour from Denver as part of the Nueve de Mayo fiesta.
MCA Denver's Director & Chief Animator Adam Lerner hosted the proceedings.


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