Select artists from both the United States and Mexico were challenged to interpret "The Raven" in honor of the Day of the Dead, Mexico's national holiday when families celebrate life by paying homage to loved ones who have died. Coincidentally, "The Raven" was published in the same year that the United States annexed Texas, which led to the Mexican-American War in 1846. The exhibit includes a variety of works--illustrations, paintings, commentaries on mortality, sculpture--and more.
Edgar Allan Poe Museum.
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