Co-curator Norman Neuerburg, PhD., is a historical consultant, the designer of the Getty Museum and a leading authority on “Santos.”

TODOS SANTOS featured the distinctive religious images of New Mexico, Mexico, the Philippines, Lithuania and Italy. These “Santos” were made for use in both church and home by artists desiring to express their faith and devotion.

The exhibition was sponsored by and installed at All Hallows Church in La Jolla, California, as part of Mingei International’s Outreach Program.


On View: Jan 31, 1984 - Apr 15, 1984

Curator: Martha Longenecker and Norman Neuerburg

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