His career is on the ascendancy, and it appears as if the art community, critics, museums, and collectors are beginning to acknowledge his significance. After all, it was Tamayo who asked Bernard Lewin to represent this young man, when few knew of his existence. He was a student of Tamayo at the time, and he was very fond of Cora's work. Lewin did very well with his work, and now, the same applies to several other galleries in the US, and in Mexico. He has enjoyed over 150 shows worldwide, and is in the permanent collection of these museums:
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Internacional Rufino Tamayo, Mexico, D.F. Museo de Arte Moderno; INBA, Mexico, D.F. Museo de Arte de Queretaro; Queretaro, Mexico. Everson Museum of Art; Syracuse, NY. Knoxville Museum of Art; Knoxville, TN. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art; University of Florida. Vincent Price College; Los Angeles, CA. Palm Springs Museum of Art; Palm Springs, California. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA. San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX
Very few works from this period by Cora are presently available anywhere in the world. MLA is pricing these works at 30-50% less than his other galleries, such as Jorge Mendez, Palm Springs, NUUN Espacio in Oaxaca, Bill Anderson Gallery, and others, sell his work for.
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