• MATTA La lumiere noire

    Roberto Matta

    La Lumière Noire

  • Gerzso 1967 RESIZED

    Gunther Gerzso

    Rojo-Verde-Naranja

  • Estrella

    Mathias Goeritz

    Estrella

  • Leonora Carrington, Winged Ram, 1959

    Leonora Carrington

    Winged Ram

  • Ancestors to Come

    Wolfgang Paalen

    Ancestors to Come

Recent MAM/FA News

Joy Laville at McKinney Avenue Contemporary

A retrospective of Mexican artist Joy Laville’s work is on view at McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas, Texas. Joy Laville: The First Fifty Years is guest curated by Salomon Grimberg and is accompanied by a catalogue with essays by Silvia Cherem, Isabella Rowe, and Salomon Grimberg, illuminating the life and work of Laville. The exhibition covers her work from 1962 through the present. In describing her work, Salomon Grimberg writes that “Apollinaire’s observation of how a river is ‘always different, always the same’ applies to Laville’s work. Only after studying her paintings does one begin to discern faintly how very dissimilar one is from another and how alike they seem to be.”

Read a review of the exhibition in The Dallas Morning News

Visit The MAC’s website

The exhibition runs through May 9, 2015. The gallery is open Wednesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. It is located at 3120 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, TX

The Galería de Arte Mexicano in Mexico City is also presenting an exhibition of Laville’s work, to coincide with the gallery’s 80th anniversary. GAM was the first gallery to represent Laville and championed her work. The exhibition includes over 30 works by Laville and runs through June 2015.

Visit GAM’s website

Joy Laville, Man Leaving in a Boat

Joy Laville, Man Leaving on a Boat, 1986