• Visitors interact with Tina Medina's installation of corn husks shaped like the Virgen.

  • Visitors interact with Tina Medina's installation of corn husks shaped like the Virgen.

  • Installation view of Tina Medina's installation, Tonanzin, created with corn husks.

2013 Virgen de Guadalupe Art Exhibition

Back by popular demand, this multimedia exhibition features drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures by a variety of North Texas artists. The show is curated by artist Jose Vargas. A Dallas-Fort Worth tradition since 1992, the exhibit pays tribute to the “dark skinned Madonna,” considered by many to be the patron saint of Mexico. You don’t have to be a believer, or even a Catholic to enjoy this colorful collection of warm-hearted displays that portray devotion through artistic expression.

The Latino Post: 18th Annual Art Exhibit of La Virgen de Guadalupe Opens in Dallas