Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami opens late artist Alice Rahon’s “Poetic Invocations”

The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami is presenting a new exhibition featuring works of French-Mexican surrealist painter Alice Rahon (1904–1987). “Poetic Invocations” is guest curated by Mexico-City based art historian Tere Arcq. The exhibition aims to contribute to the scholarship and recognition of under-explored women artists, and to the intercultural influences on European artists in exile in the Americas, whose work was often deeply marked by indigenous and archaic cultures. Opening on Tuesday, Nov. 26, the exhibition will be on view during Miami Art Week and run through Sunday, March 29, 2020. Born in France and later nationalized as a Mexican, Rahon joined the Parisian Surrealist circle as a poet, but once in Mexico, she turned her creativity mainly to painting. She became an active a member of a group of European Surrealists artists in exile including

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