Highlights from the Collection of the Art Museum of the Americas of the Organization of American States (OAS): Outstanding Works by Artists from the Spanish, English, French, and Dutch Speaking Caribb
Date
Oct 2007
The Art Museum of the Americas is a unique and singular asset of the Organization of American States. The museum, inaugurated in 1976, houses the most comprehensive twentieth-century art collection from Latin America and the Caribbean on public display in Washington, DC. The OAS collection, which stands for so many nationalities, traditions, and visual languages has come to embody the goals of integration and mutual understanding long pursued by our inter-American system. The IDB, through its Cultural Center, has been a long-time supporter of the Art Museum of the Americas, and that relationship is reflected in exhibitions like this