Based in New York City, the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) advances scholarship, public engagement, and the international visibility of art from Latin America.
ISLAA's first Scholar in Residence, Gabriel Peluffo Linari, reflects on María Freire's work within the context of the European, Brazilian, and Río de la Plata arts communities.
El primer ISLAA Scholar in Residence, Gabriel Peluffo Linari, reflexiona sobre la obra de María Freire en el contexto de la escena artística europea, brasileña y rioplatense.
The Luis Fernando Benedit Archive represents the artist’s activities across a range of media, from figurative painting to habitats for live animals. His notebooks, plans, and sketches also show an abiding concern with problems of process and transformation. When viewed in conjunction, these documents and works provide an opportunity to reexamine some of his contributions to debates concerning the relations between culture, nature, and technology.