Curator Talk: Hector Hernandez - November 2, 2018, Portland Art Museum, Curator, Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead)
All Souls’ Day, Mural painting and decoration -- Mexican, Social Justice
This is a video of Hector Hernandez, curator of the Dia de Muertos exhibition, discussing a few selections from the group exhibition at the Portland Art Museum, James F. & Marion L. Miller Gallery.
Digital Tzompantli (Traditional & Digital Mixed Media) 2017
Sacrificial Skull (Stone and conch shells, mosaic on panel) 2018
The Codex of Immigration (Ink on Amate paper and copper, aluminum, and zinc embossing applications) 2018
COMMUNITY CELEBRATION: Día de Muertos NOVEMBER 2, 4–9 P.M. Día de Muertos is a Mexican celebration to remember deceased loved ones. This celebration featured art from selected local Mexican artists, altares de muertos, food, Aztec dances, and more. Organized in partnership with Maria Garcia, Marifer Sager, Hector H. Hernandez, Alejandra Arias Sevilla, and Mercedes Orozco.
Portland Art Museum. “Curator Talk: Hector Hernandez - November 2, 2018.”