In 2007, the American Folk Art Museum exhibited the work of self-taught Mexican-American artist and catatonic schizophrenic Martin Ramirez (1895-1963) in his first major retrospective survey. During the run of the critically praised exhibition, the museum made an unusual discovery: More than 120 works on paper by Ramirez had been stored in a garage by relatives of the late Dr. Max Dunievitz, who served as medical director of the hospital where Ramirez was a patient in the early 1960s. The 25 rare drawings and... More >>>