November 12th through January 31st, 2015 at the Mexican Cultural Institute


"Contemporary Identities/Invisible Gestures" showcases the immense cultural diversity of Iberoamerica through the art of photography. The exhibit, featuring work from artists from 18 countries of Latin America, Portugal and Spain, centers on the relationship between identity and the self in a digital world.

This project is presented in collaboration with the Iberoamerican Cultural Attachés Association (AACIA) and in conjunction with Fotoweek DC.

Participating Embassies: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela

Participating Artists: Alexis Mandujano, Ana Adarve, Ana de Orbegoso, Carlos Cánovas, César Quijada, Esteban García, Fernando Carrera, Ilana Liechtenstein, José Rui Moreira Correia, José Luís Neto, Luis Chay, Mary Rosa Jiménez, Muriel Hasbun, Raúl Canibaño, Ricardo Migliorisi, Ricardo Rivera, Roberto Fernández Ibáñez, Roxana Nagygeller, Susana Carrié, and Yamina del Real

2829 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
November 12th through January 31st, 2015
Opening November 12th, 4:30 - 8 pm
Monday - Friday, 10 am - 6 pm
Saturdays 12 - 4 pm
Free Admission

November 17th - December 1st at the Mexican Cultural Institute


"Mexico Through Your Senses" showcases the artistic diversity of the different regions of Mexico. Chiapas - in the south of Mexico - has a vast artistic production and rich traditions that we can see, hear, touch, taste, and appreciate.

"Chiapas: Land Of Woven Colors" invites you to listen to the marimba group Na'rimbo (Monday November 17 at 6:45 pm). A magnificent exhibition of textiles, masks, hats and artistic and artisanal pieces from the various cultural regions of Chiapas will be on display from November 17 to December 1.

2829 16th Street NW DC
Washington, DC 20009
November 17th - December 1st
Free Admission