Texas State’s Wittliff set to kick off
new season of exhibitions, events
This photo of artist Frida Kahlo by Héctor García is part of a new exhibition at the Wittliff Collections.
A study in faces.
A retrospective focused on early 20th-century Mexico.
A glimpse into a world of myth and mystery.
All are part of the lineup of upcoming exhibitions at The Wittliff Collections at Texas State, a repository of a broad range of archival materials perched at the top of Alkek Library.
The Wittliff is set to open Monday, Jan. 23, with exhibitions featuring journals, correspondence and more of author Rick Riordan; the photography of Hugo Brehme; and portraits by a range of artists. A permanent exhibition featuring costumes, photographs, screenplay drafts and more associated with the production of the hit television miniseries Lonesome Dove — adapted for film by Wittliff Collections founder Bill Wittliff — will continue as well. Continue reading
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