The Museo has been transformed into a bright and colorful pulquería — a type of tavern in Mexico that serves up pulque — to showcase the photos. “The exhibit is kind of about catching people in their natural element, and they happen to be drinking,” says the museum’s Victoria Gonzalez. And “remix” is part of the title because the work was originally shown at the Museo over a decade ago — the first time the photographs were seen in the U.S.
The show’s free opening reception, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Museo, 861 Santa Fe Drive, will feature tequila and craft-beer tastings, along with samplings of traditional Mexican cuisine. The museum has also partnered with Uber to make sure patrons get home safe, offering discounted rides to first-time users. El Brindis Remixed will stay up through January 16; for more information on the show and related programming, call 303-571-4401 or visit museo.org.
Thu., Oct. 16, 5-9 p.m.; Oct. 16-Jan. 16, 2014