• Mónica Mayer
  • Rosana Paulino
  • Andrea Giunta

Register for the Zoom webinar

Join us for the launch of Andrea Giunta’s book The Political Body: Stories on Art, Feminism, and Emancipation in Latin America, which explores gender and power in the work of Latin American artists from the 1960s to the present.

This event features a conversation with artists featured in the publication, including Mónica Mayer and Rosana Paulino, moderated by author Andrea Giunta. The conversation will be held in Spanish and hosted on Zoom, and a recording will be made available online following the event.

The University of California Press published The Political Body in March 2023 as part of the series Studies on Latin American Art. Books in the series encompass studies of art history and cultural practices emerging from Central and South America, the Caribbean, and the Latin American diaspora in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. International and cosmopolitan in scope, the series seeks to address the production, exhibition, and dissemination of art in and between countries and continents. This series is supported by the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA).


Sean Nesselrode Moncada

Studies on Latin American Art

University of California Press

142 Franklin Street

New York, NY 10013

Tue–Fri: 12–6 PM

Sat–Mon: Closed

Based in New York City, the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) expands scholarship, public engagement, and the international visibility of art from Latin America.

ISLAA will be closed to the public this summer as we prepare to move to our new space in the fall.


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