South and About!
Oct. 25th. 2017
Basement Seminar Room
The Institute of Fine Arts, NY
1 E 78th. Street, 10075
Aimé Iglesias Lukin. PhD Candidate at Rutgers University Chester Dale Fellow at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Signature, Self-Portrait, and Identities in Flux in the works of Luis Camnitzer and Leandro Katz
Remi Poindexter. PhD Student Presidential MAGNET Fellow at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. The Productive Exotic: Depictions of Labor in the 19th Century Caribbean
South & About! is a research workshop series organized at the Institute of Fine Arts (IFA) This series was created as an informal space for feedback and discussion amongst emerging scholars of Latin American and Caribbean art history in the New York Area.
Mirtha Dermisache. Because I write!
Along with the first retrospective museum exhibition of the Argentine artist Mirtha Dermisache. Because I write! Organized by MALBA , a 300-page catalog has been published on her oeuvre –in a double edition in Spanish and English–, co-published with the Fundación Espigas and with the support of the Archivo Mirtha Dermisache and the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA). The book includes the curatorial essay of Agustín Pérez Rubio, artistic director of MALBA; and hitherto unpublished texts by Guy Schraenen, editor/publisher and founder of the publishing house Guy Schraenen éditeur and the Archive for Small Press & Communication (A.S.P.C.); Belén Gache, writer and poet; and Lucía Cañada (UBA-IDEAS- UNSAM), as well as a biographical chronicle of the artist by Cintia Mezza, Cecilia Iida and Ana Raviña of the Archivo Mirtha Dermisache.
Monday, October 9, 2017
6:30 PM in the Lecture Hall
The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
The James B. Duke House
1 East 78th Street
Artist, poet, activist and philosopher, Cecilia Vicuña (born in Chile, a long-time resident of New York) has been noted for many decades for her work in a wide variety of media and venues. Her political activism, her artistic innovation and her stimulating and original approach to problems of visuality and the expression of collective emotion are at the heart of her art.
We are immensely pleased to have Cecilia as the first Artist in this Fall’s series of Latin American Forum events. She will discuss her work in the context of a conversation with Edward J. Sullivan, Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Art History and Deputy Director of the Institute of Fine Arts
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required.