Folk Art

The arte popular (folk art) collection at the National Museum of Mexican Art contains approximately 1,500 objects from many states in Mexico. The materials include Día de los Muertos items, masks, figurines, utilitarian and decorative objects made of low-fire ceramics, papier-mâché, wood and other materials.

Some of the artists represented are:
Josefina Aguilar
Jacobo and Maria Angeles Ojeda
Margarito Ayala M.
Teodora Blanco
Alfonso Castillo Orta
Alvaro de la Cruz
Jose de la Cruz
Francisco Flores
Demetrio Garcia Aguilar
Alejandro Garcia Nelo
Zenón Garcia
Gorky Gonzalez
Felipe Gutierrez Govea
Joaquin Hernandez
Olegario Hernandez
Angelico Jimenez
David Linares
Miguel Linares
Pedro Linares
Ricardo Linares
Raul Lopez-Reyes
Mario Lopez Torres
Candelario Medrano
Arsenio Morales
Santos Motoapohua de la Torre
Luis Guillermo Olay Barrientos
Juan Orta
Angel Ortiz-Gabriel
Luis Pablo
Carlomagno Pedro Martinez
Magdalena Pedro Martinez
Doña Rosa Real de Nieto
Antonio Reyes
Fabiano Rodriguez
Jorge Rosano
Felipe Sabina
Angel Santos Juarez
Jesus Sosa Calvo
Juan Soteno
Oscar Soteno
Santos de la Torre
Inocencio Vasquez
Angélica Vasquez-Cruz
Victor Xuana