The birder in me loved this exhibit titled “Aviarium Cuarto Suspiro” in La Biblioteca de Investigación Juan de Córdova in Oaxaca. The exhibit used ceramics to flip the symbolism of the avian and human worlds to create fascinating shapes.

A series of circular paintings, each depicting a different iconic bird like vultures, owls, blackbirds, and orioles.
Four birds looking out from a woman's curly hair that resembles a nest.
Eleven children in elaborate bird costumes sit on wooden beams.
Three bird houses that are shaped like round homes hang in front of a white wall, casting shadows.
Six more creative bird houses hang next to a wall, some with vibrant colors.
Close up of a dead, white bird, mounted on a square among other similar squares with a date and a poem about 'Dedicating my song'.