Xipe Projects is a museum and non-profit educational foundation, and is home to the Peter and Roberta Markman collection of Latin American masks and popular art.
The main exhibition hall at Xipe Projects is currently closed for renovations.
However, please join us on January 16th for the launch of Treasures of the Maya Spirit, an exhibition to be held at the 2014 LA Art Show in downtown Los Angeles. This exhibit will explore the evolution and significance of Maya religion in art and highlight instances in which their most powerful symbols have defined the meeting place of matter and spirit from the third century to the present.
Exhibition highlights include a nine-foot long stucco sculpture depicting a Crouching Masked Jaguar Dancer from Guatemala's early classic period (ca. 300 AD-600AD), a wonderful selection of Pre-Columbian Ceramics, and several outstanding examples of dance masks and folk saints drawn from the collection of Xipe Projects.
The exhibition hall at Xipe Projects is currently under renovation. For an appointment to view the collection or to access information from our archive, please email our curator, Dr. Alison Heney directly at: email@example.com.
LA Art Show
2014 Participation in the 19th Annual Los Angeles Art Show Presented by The Palm Beach Show Group in Tandem with the 29th Annual IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair. Thursday January 16, 2014 – Sunday 19, 2014.
Treasures of the Maya Spirit
Maya Art and Ethnography
On November 7th 2013, between 3PM and 9PM, Xipe Projects will host
the Seri/Comca’ac Women’s Artisans Cooperative from Desemboque and Punta Chueca on the Sea of Cortez in Sonora, Mexico.
The talented artisans will be demonstrating their craft at the Xipe Projects exhibition hall and works on sale will include traditional coiled baskets, ironwood carvings, and shell and fishbone necklaces made from native materials gathered in the
Sonoran Desert and the Sea of Cortez.
Confirmed participants include Ms. Angelita Torres, the iconic “Angel Woman” featured in the photography of Graciela Iturbide and Mr. Abe Sanchez, an artist and promoter for the Revitalization of Indigenous Arts and Foods.
*We can take appointments any time between 11AM and 7PM, Tuesday through Saturday. Interested visitors just need to send along an email with their requested time and date and WAIT for confirmation.
Usually, it's best to plan a visit at least 24-48 hours in advance. However, there are no limits as to the number of people (a single visitor is fine too) and if someone is traveling from out of town, we can make special arrangements concerning times and dates.
Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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