Curated by Eduardo Andres Alfonso

Mar 16–Jun 2, 2023


Curators / Contributors
  • Eduardo Andres Alfonso
  • Angelica Arbelaez
  • María Carri
  • Rachel Eboh
  • Laura Hakel
  • Kyle Herrington
  • Guy Weltchek
  • Karin Schneider

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is delighted to announce the opening of Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archive, an exhibition exploring the work, communities, and context of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión (1962–1996). During his brief but prolific career, Centurión developed a unique body of work inspired by folk art and queer aesthetics, often incorporating household textiles, references to the natural world, and poignant phrases reflecting on personal and universal experience.

Ñande Róga was originally presented at the Hessel Museum of Art in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, in December 2021 as the culmination of a fall 2021 graduate course at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, led by Karin Schneider and supported by ISLAA as part of its Artist Seminar Initiative. It is curated by Eduardo Andres Alfonso, Angelica Arbelaez, María Carri, Rachel Eboh, Laura Hakel, Kyle Herrington, and Guy Weltchek, with guidance from Karin Schneider and ISLAA. This iteration is organized by Olivia Casa, ISLAA’s exhibition and curatorial manager.

The exhibition will open with a reception on Thursday, March 16 from 5 to 8 PM. Guests are asked to sign up in advance using this online form.

ISLAA is open from 12 to 6 PM on Tuesday through Friday. Face coverings are recommended but not required while on site. Although walk-ins are allowed, visitors are encouraged to book appointments in advance through ISLAA’s online scheduler.

For press inquiries, please email Olivia Casa, exhibition and curatorial manager, at [email protected]

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Tue–Fri: 12–6 PM

Sat–Mon: Closed

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