Tessa Mars, Untitled, Praying for the visa, 2019. © Tessa Mars. Photo: Tessa Mars

Who tells a tale adds a tail

Latin America and contemporary art

Tessa Mars, Untitled, Praying for the visa, 2019. © Tessa Mars. Photo: Tessa Mars

Vitória Cribb, @ilusão, 2020. © and courtesy of Vitória Cribb.

Alan Sierra, Sin título (Mapa de México) [Untitled (Map of Mexico], 2020. © Alan Sierra. Photo: Deslave.

Gabriela Pinilla, Barrio Policarpa, 2012. © Gabriela Pinilla. Photo: Gabriela Pinilla

Juan Fuentes, Westwood Kids, 2020. © Juan Fuentes. Photo: Juan Fuentes.

Tessa Mars, Untitled, Praying for the visa, 2019. © Tessa Mars. Photo: Tessa Mars.

Yuli Yamagata, Summer sweaty dream, 2021. Elastane, velvet, felt, silk, silicone fiber, sewing thread. © Yuli Yamagata/Phot o by Eduardo Ortega, courtesy of Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo/Rio de Janeiro

Hulda Guzmán, wednesday morning, 2019. Arcylic gouache on canvas; 48 x 88½ in. Collection of Gretchen and John Berggruen, San Francisco. © and courtesy of artist and Alexander Berggruen, NY.

Ana Segovia, I was never really ready, 2021. Oil paint on canvas. © Ana Segovia/Photo by Odette Peralta.

Caleb Hahne Quintana, Limpia, 2021. Oil paint, acrylic paint, flashe, and wax on canvas. © Caleb Hahne Quintana/ Photo by Thomas Mueller

Juan Fuentes, Mi Raza, 2017. © Juan Fuentes

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Who tells a tale adds a tail: Latin America and contemporary art is organized by the Denver Art Museum. It is presented with the generous support of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Additional support is provided by the Birnbaum Social Discourse Project, donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign, and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Promotional support is provided by 5280 Magazine and CBS4.