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Trio of Exhibits at Tulane’s Newcomb Art Gallery this Spring

William Spratling, whose work is the main focus of the Taxco exhibit.

 

On January 17, 2013, Tulane’s Newcomb Art Gallery opened a new trio of exhibits that showcase Mexican art and artists.  An article about the upcoming show appears in Tulane’s New Wave.

Jewelry designs by William Spratling, Margot van Voorhies Carr, Sigfrido Pineda, Fredrick Davis, and Los Castillo were selected by New Orleans designer, Mignon Faget, from the Latin American Library’s Spratling-Taxco Collection to comprise one of the three exhibits.  The exhibits will be on view until March 3.  The Newcomb show will present an opportunity to see some interesting and beautiful works that one does not ordinarily see very often.  If you have a chance, please stop by the Newcomb Art Gallery  in New Orleans, Louisiana this spring.

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