Marti McGinnis, Shrouds Reconsidered

Friday, November 9, 5-7pm
Juan Carrillo #1, Colonia Guadalupe.

What is a shroud? Simply put, a shroud is a covering, usually a garment that is associated with burial. Throughout history and different cultures, we see this type of garment used, from simple muslin or gauze in ancient Egyptian times to modern populations choosing just the right garment in which to send off their loved ones, or themselves, from this world.

Known for her whimsical, colorful paintings, McGinnis has seized the opportunity of this season to explore different materials and take a plunge into a new theme. "Shrouds reconsidered" at La Huipilista Artspace, opens with a reception for the artist, this Friday, from 5-7 pm. We invite you to join us.



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