Created in 1946, the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA) aims to promote the creation and diffusion of art and culture in Mexico. Among its principal activities are the preservation of the artistic heritage, the development of education and artistic research, and the creation of programs, events and services that strength the artistic and cultural identity of the country at national and international scope.
Within the five coordinations that integrate INBA, the National Coordination of Visual Arts (CNAV) focuses its activity in the development, impulse and diffusion of plastic and visual arts in Mexico.
Worldwide projection of the cultural heritage and the job done by Mexican artists is one of the most important tasks of this dependency; for this reason, it selects the creations that conform the Mexican Pavilion in the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.
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