Exhibitions at Indigo Arts

June 7, 2002 to September 27, 2002

From June 7th through September 27, 2002 we exhibited a new collection of work from Oaxaca, Mexico which Tony brought back in March.

October 1, 2001 to December 31, 2001

In October through December 2001 we were participants in a festival of performances, exhibitions and cultural events in Philadelphia called El Festival Cubano.

June 1, 2001 to September 1, 2001

June through September 2001 we hosted a memorial exhibition of the work of Rodolfo Morales, who passed away in January 2001(see below).

April 1, 2001 to May 31, 2001

Spring, 2001 we exhibited a selection of works by Self-taught Artists from Cuba, Haiti and Nicaragua. To see some of this work click on the Cuba, Haiti and Nicaragua sections of the website highlighted above and below.

November 1, 2000 to December 31, 2000

In November and December, 2000 we exhibited selections of our collection of fine African sculpture, masks, textiles and furniture as we celebrate the publication of the new book African Style: Down to the Details by Philadelphia designer, stylist and write

July 1, 2000 to September 30, 2000

In July through September 2000 we exhibited the work of an exciting group of Cuban Self-taught Artists, which Tony brought back from his trip in March.

May 5, 2000 to July 2, 2000

In May and June 2000 (May 5 - July 2, 2000) we showed Nicaraguan Self-Taught, a new collection of paintings by self-taught artists from Nicaragua.

April 1, 2000 to April 30, 2000

April 2000 we exhibited the work of New York artist Yhanna Coffin, with a show entitled Mud Women/Mud Men. The show included paintings in oil as well as the Mud Women/Mud Men series of works painted in the medium of mud on paper.

May 1, 1999 to September 1, 1999

In Summer 1999 Indigo Arts presented Cuba • Belize • Mexico, including paintings by self-taught Cuban artists Mario Mesa and Jose Garcia Montebravo, prints by artists from Oaxaca, Mexico, and paintings Tony collected on