Mexican Art Museum Honors COVID-19 Victims In Virtual ‘Day Of The Dead’ Exhibition

The museum is honoring the dead through a series of installations, paintings and prints by Mexican and local artists.

A lavish Día de los Muertos altar is on display at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., to celebrate Day of the Dead.
A lavish Día de los Muertos altar is on display at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., to celebrate Day of the Dead.
A lavish Día de los Muertos altar is on display at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., to celebrate Day of the Dead.
A lavish Día de los Muertos altar is on display at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., to celebrate Day of the Dead.

Mexican Art Museum Honors COVID-19 Victims In Virtual ‘Day Of The Dead’ Exhibition

The museum is honoring the dead through a series of installations, paintings and prints by Mexican and local artists.

Reset talks to the chief curator of the National Museum of Mexican Art to discuss this year’s Dia De Los Muertos celebration, “Solo un poco aqui: Day of the Dead.” The virtual exhibition pays tribute the victims of COVID-19 through a series of paintings, installations and prints by Mexican and local artists.

GUEST: Cesareo Moreno, chief curator at the National Museum of Mexican Art