Mexican Sculptures: ¡Ay, que Fabulosa!

(Photo by Danielle Maingot)

(Photo by Danielle Maingot)

USF has partnered with The Mexican Museum to present ¡Escultura!. It is a collection of metal sculptures crafted by Latino and Mexican artists. The exhibition is located at the Kalmanovitz Hall Sculpture Terrace on the third floor of Kalmanovitz, and is free and open to the public weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The eight sculptures include works by Byron Galvez, Gunther Gerzso, Manuel Neri and Francisco Zúñiga. The exhibit will continue throughout the semester, until December 12, 2014,
and educational tours are available upon request.

(Photo by Danielle Maingot)

(Photo by Danielle Maingot)

 

(Photo by Danielle Maingot)

(Photo by Danielle Maingot)

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