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Paintings and multiple-themed, devotional altars will transform the Bihl Haus Arts Gallery into a large-scale, magnificent Dia de Muertos ofrenda by David Zamora Casas during the installation “Love and Death in Times of Pandemic/Amor y La Muerte en Tiempos de Pandemia.”

The exhibition will host virtual events every two weeks. In addition, a maximum of 10 guests will be allowed to view the installation on-site during 30-minute slots on select weekends from 1-6 pm. The first in-person viewings will be November 7 and 8. All CDC and City COVID-19 guidelines will be strictly observed. Reservations can be made online at Bihl Haus website.

The multi-media installation seek to preserve tradition and cultural heritage and “comment on contemporary social and political issues through paintings, photographs, dioramas and flowers that enhance this sacred ritual site for this celebration, meditation, collective healing, unification and mourning in the continuance of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and the Covid-19 national disaster.”

As part of the installation, “Make Water Pure Again, Bring My Baby Back to Life Again" is an ofrenda component dedicated to deceased children and infants. El Dia de Los Angelitos/Day of the Angels is celebrated November 1.

The exhibition will remain on display through December 12, 

Paintings and multiple-themed, devotional altars will transform the Bihl Haus Arts Gallery into a large-scale, magnificent Dia de Muertos ofrenda by David Zamora Casas during the installation “Love and Death in Times of Pandemic/Amor y La Muerte en Tiempos de Pandemia.”

The exhibition will host virtual events every two weeks. In addition, a maximum of 10 guests will be allowed to view the installation on-site during 30-minute slots on select weekends from 1-6 pm. The first in-person viewings will be November 7 and 8. All CDC and City COVID-19 guidelines will be strictly observed. Reservations can be made online at Bihl Haus website.

The multi-media installation seek to preserve tradition and cultural heritage and “comment on contemporary social and political issues through paintings, photographs, dioramas and flowers that enhance this sacred ritual site for this celebration, meditation, collective healing, unification and mourning in the continuance of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and the Covid-19 national disaster.”

As part of the installation, “Make Water Pure Again, Bring My Baby Back to Life Again" is an ofrenda component dedicated to deceased children and infants. El Dia de Los Angelitos/Day of the Angels is celebrated November 1.

The exhibition will remain on display through December 12,

Paintings and multiple-themed, devotional altars will transform the Bihl Haus Arts Gallery into a large-scale, magnificent Dia de Muertos ofrenda by David Zamora Casas during the installation “Love and Death in Times of Pandemic/Amor y La Muerte en Tiempos de Pandemia.”

The exhibition will host virtual events every two weeks. In addition, a maximum of 10 guests will be allowed to view the installation on-site during 30-minute slots on select weekends from 1-6 pm. The first in-person viewings will be November 7 and 8. All CDC and City COVID-19 guidelines will be strictly observed. Reservations can be made online at Bihl Haus website.

The multi-media installation seek to preserve tradition and cultural heritage and “comment on contemporary social and political issues through paintings, photographs, dioramas and flowers that enhance this sacred ritual site for this celebration, meditation, collective healing, unification and mourning in the continuance of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and the Covid-19 national disaster.”

As part of the installation, “Make Water Pure Again, Bring My Baby Back to Life Again" is an ofrenda component dedicated to deceased children and infants. El Dia de Los Angelitos/Day of the Angels is celebrated November 1.

The exhibition will remain on display through December 12,

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Virtual
http://www.bihlhausarts.org/

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