Saber Acomodar exhibit at ASU Art Museum recognizes artists from Guadalajara

Running now until June 30, the Saber Acomodar exhibit at the Arizona State University Art Museum recognizes Guadalajaran artists and shares the story of Jalisco, a state in Mexico.

The exhibit is split into three parts. The first layer is filled with historical artisan and folk art from the last hundred years. The second layer is made up of international artists collaborating with folk artists. The final layer celebrates contemporary artists. Curator at the ASU Art Museum Julio Morales goes over some of the pieces of art individually on “Arizona Horizon.”

Twenty five artists, most of whom are from Guadalajara, will be featured in the exhibit.

Saber Acomodar is a free exhibit located on ASU’s Tempe campus. The art will be displayed until June 30. For more information on the exhibit, go here.

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Julio Morales: Curator, ASU Art Museum

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