Independent Expressions: Spanish and Mexican Drawings and Sculpture, 1650-1960

April 30–June 9, 1991

Selected from the Smart Museum's permanent collection, this exhibition considered the diverse and innovative artistic production of Spanish and Mexican artists during the baroque and modern periods.

These fourteen works on paper and three sculptures demonstrated several aspects of the history of Spanish and Mexican culture. The exhibition was organized by intern Stephanie D'Alessandro with the assistance of Professor Earl Rosenthal of the University of Chicago's Department of Art.