An Anthological Exhibition of Mexican Artist Luis Fitch

An Anthological Exhibition of Mexican Artist Luis Fitch

Artistry is thrilled to announce the forthcoming exhibition, "An Anthological Journey: The Art of Luis Fitch," which will feature the extraordinary works of Mexican artist Luis Fitch from 2014 to 2024.

Luis Fitch is widely recognized for his vibrant and thought-provoking artistic expressions that encapsulate Mexico's rich cultural tapestry. His diverse body of work spans various mediums, including painting, wheat paste, stencil, and urban art, each piece offering a unique insight into the artist's exploration of identity, migration, and social justice.

This art exhibition will provide a comprehensive overview of Fitch's artistic evolution, showcasing significant milestones in his career and highlighting the thematic consistency that underscores his creative vision. From his early explorations of Mexican folklore remixes to his poignant reflections on contemporary social issues, this exhibition will offer visitors a captivating glimpse into the multifaceted vision of Luis Fitch.

The exhibition will feature a curated selection of Fitch's most iconic past exhibitions, including "Love/Hate," a series about the political divisions in the United States and 

"Dead Serious" concerns the crucial issues facing the planet and preserving the environment. Additionally, visitors can view exclusive new works created specifically for this exhibition.

In addition to the exhibition, Luis Fitch is pleased to announce three free bilingual workshops for the whole family, offering participants the opportunity to learn the traditional Mexican art of papel picado. These workshops will provide hands-on instruction in the intricate techniques of papel picado, allowing participants to create vibrant designs inspired by Fitch's work.


Saturday, July 27, 2024, from 10:00am-2:00pm

Saturday, August 10, 2024, from 10:00am-2:00pm

Friday, August 30, 2024, from 1:00-5:00pm

About Luis Fitch:

An internationally renowned Mexican artist, mentor, and creative entrepreneur specializing in visual art and working across gallery and urban art settings. His artistic repertoire encompasses various mediums, including screen prints, stencils, stickers, masking film illustrations, wheat paste, collages, sculptures, posters, paintings, and murals.

Luis's artwork has garnered widespread recognition both nationally and internationally. His art pieces are featured in over 380 private and institutional collections throughout the United States, Europe, Dubai, Mexico, and Latin America, including prestigious institutions such as the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, the Minneapolis Institute of Art in Minneapolis, the Minnesota History Museum in Saint Paul, the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago, The City of Albuquerque, National Hispanic Cultural Center, and the Tamarind Institute.

Luis proudly holds distinctions such as the revered AIGA MN Fellowship. Beyond his accomplishments, Luis frequently imparts his wisdom and insights at creative conferences and prestigious universities internationally. Through captivating lectures, he intricately weaves the threads of art, design, and commerce, inspiring aspiring minds to explore the dynamic intersection of these domains.

Luis's creative journey continues to evolve, marked by recent milestones that underscore his indomitable spirit. Notably, he was commissioned to illustrate four stamps for the United States Postal Service, a testament to the profound impact of his artistry on a national scale. Additionally, Luis crafted the first-ever art collection by a Mexican artist for Target stores, commemorating the revered Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) tradition. His involvement as the Commission Chair of the State Flag and Emblem Redesign, appointed by the Minnesota Council on Latino Affairs, further exemplifies his dedication to shaping cultural narratives.

Luis Fitch's legacy transcends barriers, cultivates cross-cultural connections, and infuses design with meaning and purpose. His relentless commitment to bridging divides through his creative endeavors inspires the world—a testament to the enduring power of art and design to foster unity and understanding.

Find out what's up every week.

No spam. Just local art news and events straight to your inbox.