A Gathering of Voices: Folk Art from the Judith Espinar and Tom Dillenberg Collection


2- MOIFA_Espinar_10: Jar, Jesús Alvarez Ramírez (Mexico), 2007-08, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2- MOIFA_Espinar_10detailA: Detail of jar, Jesús Alvarez Ramírez (Mexico), 2007-08, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar-10detailB: Detail of jar, Jesús Alvarez Ramírez (Mexico), 2007-08, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty22

2-MOIFA_Espinar_11: Serpientes (Serpents), Herón Martínez Mendoza (Mexico), 1987–1988, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_12: Coptic cross (Ethiopia), 19th century, metal. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_13: Openwork jar with lid, Tito Family (Spain), 1990s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_14: Jobbanas (soup tureens) (Morocco), 19th century, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_15: Jobbana (soup tureen) (Morocco), 19th century, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_16: Detail of bowl, Jorge Guevara, Talavera la Trinidad (Mexico), late 1990s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_18: San Francisco de Paula retablo (Mexico), 19th century, metal, glass, paint. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_19: Nuestra Señora del Rosario, James M. Córdova (New Mexico), 1998, wood, paint, metal, glass beads. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_18: San Francisco de Paula retablo (Mexico), 19th century, metal, glass, paint. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_20: Details of bowl (Japan), late 1980s, and jar (Ecuador), early 20th century, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_21: Detail of figurative candle holder, Alessi Ceramiche (Sicily), 2002-03, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_22: Detail of bowl (Morocco), 19th century, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_23: Detail of bowl, Alisher Narzullaev Ibadullaevich (Uzbekistan), 2004, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_24: Plate (Mexico), 1970s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_25: Bowl (Japan), late 1980s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_26: Plate (Spain or Portugal), early 2000s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_27: Plate, François and Sylvie Fresnais, Poterie de Sampigny (France), 1997, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_28: Bowl, Gorky González (Mexico), 1980s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_29: Plate, Fermín Contreras, Talavera La Corona (Mexico), early 1990s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_30: Plate, Fermín Contreras, Talavera La Corona (Mexico), early 1990s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_31: Plate (Morocco), 1980s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_32: Plate (Morocco), 1980s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_33: Plate, Noble (Spain), late 1990s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_34: Bowl, Pedro de la Cal (Spain), mid-1990s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_24detail: Detail of plate (Mexico), 1970s, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_09: Face jar, Giacomo Lo Bianco (Sicily), 1993-94, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_09detail: Detail of face jar, Giacomo Lo Bianco (Sicily), 1993-94, ceramic. Photo: Addison Doty

2- MOIFA_Espinar_01: Fireplace display in the home of Judith Espinar

2-MOIFA_Espinar_08: View of kitchen, home of Judith Espinar. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_07: View of living room 2, home of Judith Espinar. Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_06: View of living room, home of Judith Espinar. Photo: Addison Doty

2MOIFA_Espinar_05: New Mexico and Mexican santos, including James Córdova, Frank L. Garcia, Anita Romero Jones and Felix López.

2- MOIFA_Espinar_04: African ceramics, featuring Reinata Sadimba (Mozambique) and Jabulile Nala (South Africa). Photo: Addison Doty

2-MOIFA_Espinar_03: “The Ladies,” grouping of ceramic figurative candlesticks and pitchers from Sicily, Peru and France.

2- MOIFA_Espinar_02: Home “altar” in the home of Judith Espinar,

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