At the Whitney Museum of American Art we have "Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-1945" (through January 31, 2021). This is a large and diverse exhibition of approximately 200 works by 60 artists from Mexico and the United States. It aims to show how that curious blend of populism and modernism that developed in Mexico in the wake of its early 20th century political revolution influenced artists in the United States in the period between 1925 and 1945.
Visually, there is a lot to like in this show, and I recommend it for that reason. But don't go expecting any attempt to recreate the full range of U.S. art & culture in the period under discussion. Rather, we get the usual conformity to 21st century verities.