The National Hispanic Cultural Center is home to one of the largest murals in North America.
At nearly 4,000 square feet, the fresco-located in the Center’s torreón– depicts 3,000 years of Hispanic and pre-Hispanic history throughout the globe. Hence the name, Mundos de Mestizaje.
Painted by Santa Fe artist Frederico Vigil, the work covers the interior of the tower, which will be converted into a welcome center in 2019.
A virtual rendition of the fresco can be found online here.
For more information, visit NHCCNM.org.