Virgin of Guadalupe Textiles Show in Mexico City

Created and curated by Oaxaca folk art collector Linda Hanna, this is a not-to-be-missed exhibition of hand-woven and embroidered textiles — an Homage to the Virgin of Guadalupe and who she is. The textiles — huipiles, rebozos, and other unique pieces — feature the image of our revered Mexican Mother, La Virgen de Guadalupe.

This is a testimony to the artistry and skill of Mexican artisans.

This is the first time the textiles will be exhibited in Mexico City. If you are visiting or live nearby, please see the exhibition at the Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares in Coyoacan (near Casa Azul). The exhibition opens December 4, 2019, and is spectacular and memorable.

2 responses to “Virgin of Guadalupe Textiles Show in Mexico City

  1. I saw this exhibit last year in San Bartolo Coyotepec at the Museum. It left me speechless! It was extraordinary! La Virgen de Guadalupe has always been my patron saint; I was swooning as I looked at each piece. How I would love to own one of these tejidos! It is not to be missed and I would welcome seeing it again in Mexico City. It is so special!!!! Bravo to all of the artistas who took part in this amazing show….

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