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Hispanic/Latinx Heritage

These stories illuminate the cultural contributions of Hispanic, Latino, and Afro-Latino artists and creatives both in the United States and around the world.

Ballet Hispánico: Buscando a Juan

For this MetLiveArts commission, Ballet Hispánico Artistic Director and CEO Eduardo Vilaro reacts to the ideas presented in the exhibit Juan de Pareja: Afro-Hispanic Painter with Buscando a Juan (“Looking for Juan”) and explores the “sancocho”—literally, mixed soup—of cultures and diasporas.

The God from the Black Water

Maya artists mined a rich body of mythological lore to visualize their gods in imaginative ways.

"A Veritable Poem of Light": Tiffany's Mosaic Curtain in Mexico City

Tiffany Studios completed significant commissions across Latin America in the twentieth century, yet they remain surprisingly understudied.
Portfolio catalog from La Familia: An En Foco Exhibition

Arte en El Barrio

Latinx and Hispanic American Organizations, Workshops, and Alternative Spaces in New York City

Celebrating Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month

Contemporary artists reflect on how their culture and The Met's collection influence their practice.

Reimagining Peruvian Portraiture with Ana de Orbegoso

Learn how the artist updates ancient Andean aesthetics to reflect the world today.

The Living History of Colombian Art

Colombia's art and unique geography provide a different way of looking at and understanding the country's past.
Artist Miguel Luciano and a woman wearing red pants carrying the Zemí Cohoba stand through the streets of El Barrio

Miguel Luciano’s Cemí-Libre

Celebrate Taíno culture, the legacy of the Young Lords, and the El Barrio community with Miguel Luciano

Detail of a clay vessel with stripes of dark and light red clay

Immaterial: Clay

Touch it, smell it... eat it?
A photo of the artist Ana Mendieta

Remembering Ana Mendieta

Two filmmakers reflect on the pioneering artist, whose feminist thought informed her understanding of the natural world.
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