National Museum of Mexican Art

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1970s

1973

Carlos Almaraz, Untitled (This poster is the story of change … ), 1973. Serigraph poster; paper: 25 ½ × 18 in. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, gift of Judithe Hernández in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Hernández, 2009.20. Photo: NMMA staff.

1974

Carlos Almaraz, Roberto de la Rocha, Judithe Hernández, and Frank Romero (Los Four), Untitled (Poster for Self-Help fundraiser), 1974. Serigraph poster; paper: 16 × 11 5/8 in. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, gift of Judithe Hernández in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Hernández, 2009.25. Photo: NMMA staff.

1975

Carlos Almaraz, Por el pueblo “Seguimos luchando”/For the people “we are still fighting”, 1975. Offset print; paper: 8 5/8 × 13 7/8 in. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, gift of Judithe Hernández in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Hernández, 2009.24. Photo: NMMA staff.

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1980s

1983

Judithe Hernández, El Encuentro/The Encounter, 1983. Pastel on paper; paper: 30 × 39 ¾ in. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, gift of Judithe Hernández in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Hernández, 2011.5. Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago.

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1990s

1997

José Antonio Aguirre and José Alpuche, Mongo Santamaria, 1997. Serigraph, edition 16 of 20; paper: 20 × 26 in. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, gift of Self Help Graphics, 1999.49. Photo: NMMA staff.

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2000s

2000s 2009

Judithe Hernández donates much of her collection to the National Museum of Mexican Art, including several works by Carlos Almaraz.

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2010s

2011

Judithe Hernández has a solo exhibition of new work at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago titled La Vida Sobre Papel. Hernández credits the president of the National Museum of Mexican Art with jumpstarting her artistic career again in Chicago.

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