Mexican Art comes to Catalina Island for the first time in this exhibition celebrating Mexico’s most prolific artist. José Guadalupe Posada’s images captured all aspects of daily life in Mexico City from 1889-1913. Posada directly influenced artists like Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, shaped Mexican identity and continues to inform contemporary image making today. A wide representation of Posada’s work, including his famous Day of the Dead Calaveras and the artist’s original printing plates, make up this exhibition. 10am-5pm daily.