On view in "Messengers of the Posada Influence" at the Museum of Printing History through Feb. 8: "Posada: 100 Years On" by the Amazing Hancock Brothers and Carlos Hernandez.
Photo: Carlos Hernandez And The Amazing
Naomi Rincón-Gallardo's "Utopías pirata/Pirate (bootleg) Utopias," a 2012 video, is one of 23 contemporary artists' works represented in "Mexico Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990" at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth through Jan. 5.
Photo: Naomi RincÂn-Gallardo
Trenton Doyle Hancock, whose studio is in Houston, shows Posada's influence in "Untitled," from his series "Bye and Bye (Nine Sad Etchings)." ( 2002, etching with
aquantint, edition 5/24, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Museum purchase funded by Cecily E.
Horton and various donors. Â Trenton Doyle Hancock/courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New
Photo: Trenton Doyle Hancock
Teresa Margolles' "Muro Baleado/Shot Wall (Culiacán)" includes 115 concrete blocks with bullet holes - reflecting a theme those on this side of the border unfortunately are perhaps more familiar with. The piece appears in the "Mexico Inside Out" exhibit.
Photo: Nils Klinger, Photographer
Also in the Modern Art Museum's exhibition is Francis Alÿs' "Rehearsal I" video installation, which injects a bit of charm and humor into the subject matter.
Photo: Courtesy The Artist And MoMA