Rufino Tamayo‘s “Laughing Woman” is part of the Crocker Art Museum’s “Arte Mexicano” exhibit. It was a controversial piece when the Crocker purchased it in 1965.
Rufino Tamayo‘s “Laughing Woman” is part of the Crocker Art Museum’s “Arte Mexicano” exhibit. It was a controversial piece when the Crocker purchased it in 1965. Tamayo, Rufino Crocker Art Museum
Rufino Tamayo‘s “Laughing Woman” is part of the Crocker Art Museum’s “Arte Mexicano” exhibit. It was a controversial piece when the Crocker purchased it in 1965. Tamayo, Rufino Crocker Art Museum

With new show, Crocker Art Museum widens its Mexican emphasis

October 23, 2014 09:00 AM

UPDATED October 24, 2014 11:36 AM

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