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March 2020

On Now:
Nov 18, 2019 → Mar 14, 2020
11.18.19 → 03.14.20
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 18, 2019 → Mar 14, 2020
11.18.19 → 03.14.20

Ulises Carrión: The Big Monster

Curated by Aimé Iglesias Lukin, Ulises Carrión: The Big Monster presented a selection of mail art projects that Ulises Carrión developed between 1973 and 1983, erasing the boundaries between artwork, archive, and document.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 18, 2020 → May 21, 2020
02.18.20 → 05.21.20
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 18, 2020 → May 21, 2020
02.18.20 → 05.21.20

Fanny Sanín's New York: The Critical Decade

The first comprehensive solo exhibition to explore the artist’s evolving practice of geometric abstraction during her first decade living and working in New York City.

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 2, 202003.02.20
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 2, 202003.02.20

Ulises Carrión: Art, Mail, Books, and So . . .

Organized on the occasion of the exhibition Ulises Carrión: The Big Monster at ISLAA, this panel brought together Zanna Gilbert, Mónica de la Torre, and Felipe Becerra to discuss Ulises Carrión's work and legacy.

Event
ISLAA

October 2020

On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years, curated by Nicolás Guagnini, assembled key works of South American contestatory public art by CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte), Antonio Dias, Lotty Rosenfeld, and Horacio Zabala, created between 1968 and 1979.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 16, 2020 → Dec 4, 2020
10.16.20 → 12.04.20
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 16, 2020 → Dec 4, 2020
10.16.20 → 12.04.20

Ulises Carrión: Post/Master

Ulises Carrión: Post/Master, curated by María Paula Varela, PhD Candidate in art history, was Ulises Carrión’s first public exhibition in the United States.

Exhibition
UF Galleries

November 2020

On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years, curated by Nicolás Guagnini, assembled key works of South American contestatory public art by CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte), Antonio Dias, Lotty Rosenfeld, and Horacio Zabala, created between 1968 and 1979.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 16, 2020 → Dec 4, 2020
10.16.20 → 12.04.20
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 16, 2020 → Dec 4, 2020
10.16.20 → 12.04.20

Ulises Carrión: Post/Master

Ulises Carrión: Post/Master, curated by María Paula Varela, PhD Candidate in art history, was Ulises Carrión’s first public exhibition in the United States.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Nov 16, 202011.16.20
Event
Online
On Now:
Nov 16, 202011.16.20

South and About! with Madeline Murphy Turner & Jordan Mason Mayfield

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
Online

December 2020

On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years, curated by Nicolás Guagnini, assembled key works of South American contestatory public art by CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte), Antonio Dias, Lotty Rosenfeld, and Horacio Zabala, created between 1968 and 1979.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 16, 2020 → Dec 4, 2020
10.16.20 → 12.04.20
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 16, 2020 → Dec 4, 2020
10.16.20 → 12.04.20

Ulises Carrión: Post/Master

Ulises Carrión: Post/Master, curated by María Paula Varela, PhD Candidate in art history, was Ulises Carrión’s first public exhibition in the United States.

Exhibition
UF Galleries

January 2021

On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 15, 2020 → Jan 15, 2021
10.15.20 → 01.15.21

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years

The Counter-Public Sphere in the Condor Years, curated by Nicolás Guagnini, assembled key works of South American contestatory public art by CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte), Antonio Dias, Lotty Rosenfeld, and Horacio Zabala, created between 1968 and 1979.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 13, 202101.13.21
News
Online
On Now:
Jan 13, 202101.13.21

Horacio Zabala in Conversation with Iria Candela

For this event, Argentine artist and architect Horacio Zabala joined art historian Iria Candela to discuss his conceptual work of the 1970s.

News
Online
On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21

Poema Colectivo Revolución

Curated by Luis Camnitzer, this exhibition brought together more than three hundred contributions to the international mail art project Poema Colectivo Revolución (1981–83), organized by the Mexican artist group Colectivo 3.

Exhibition
ISLAA

February 2021

On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21

Poema Colectivo Revolución

Curated by Luis Camnitzer, this exhibition brought together more than three hundred contributions to the international mail art project Poema Colectivo Revolución (1981–83), organized by the Mexican artist group Colectivo 3.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 18, 202102.18.21
Event
IFA
On Now:
Feb 18, 202102.18.21

New Approaches to Fanny Sanín: Women Artists and Geometric Abstraction

Panel conversation accompanied Fanny Sanín’s New York: The Critical Decade, 1971–1981, an exhibition curated by Edward Chang, Megan Kincaid, and Anastassia Perfilieva as part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU.

Event
IFA

April 2021

On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21

Poema Colectivo Revolución

Curated by Luis Camnitzer, this exhibition brought together more than three hundred contributions to the international mail art project Poema Colectivo Revolución (1981–83), organized by the Mexican artist group Colectivo 3.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 11, 2021 → Apr 30, 2021
03.11.21 → 04.30.21
News
On Now:
Mar 11, 2021 → Apr 30, 2021
03.11.21 → 04.30.21

Research by Karen Grimson included in “Sarah Grilo: Indicios” at Galerie Lelong

ISLAA congratulates Karen Grimson on the inclusion of her essay, made possible by an ISLAA Travel Grant.

News
On Now:
Apr 8, 2021 → Apr 10, 2021
04.08.21 → 04.10.21
Event
On Now:
Apr 8, 2021 → Apr 10, 2021
04.08.21 → 04.10.21

Touch, Taste, Turn: Unleashing the Senses in the Art of the Americas

The Fifth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art explored the history of cultural and artistic practices that engage with multiple senses in the Americas.

Event
On Now:
Apr 29, 2021 → May 28, 2021
04.29.21 → 05.28.21
Event
On Now:
Apr 29, 2021 → May 28, 2021
04.29.21 → 05.28.21

Decoloniality and the Politics of History

Hosted by the Department of Art History & Archaeology and the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University, this series of panels places the frameworks by which we produce historical knowledge at its center.

Event

May 2021

On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 28, 2021 → May 1, 2021
01.28.21 → 05.01.21

Poema Colectivo Revolución

Curated by Luis Camnitzer, this exhibition brought together more than three hundred contributions to the international mail art project Poema Colectivo Revolución (1981–83), organized by the Mexican artist group Colectivo 3.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 29, 2021 → May 28, 2021
04.29.21 → 05.28.21
Event
On Now:
Apr 29, 2021 → May 28, 2021
04.29.21 → 05.28.21

Decoloniality and the Politics of History

Hosted by the Department of Art History & Archaeology and the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University, this series of panels places the frameworks by which we produce historical knowledge at its center.

Event
On Now:
May 20, 2021 → Aug 7, 2021
05.20.21 → 08.07.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
May 20, 2021 → Aug 7, 2021
05.20.21 → 08.07.21

Felipe Ehrenberg: Testamento

Felipe Ehrenberg: Testamento displayed, for the first time, the thirty-four collages in Felipe Ehrenberg's Testamento (1968–2017), a retrospective assemblage of documents, photographs, writings, and drawings compiled at the end of the artist’s decades-long career.

Exhibition
ISLAA

August 2021

On Now:
May 20, 2021 → Aug 7, 2021
05.20.21 → 08.07.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
May 20, 2021 → Aug 7, 2021
05.20.21 → 08.07.21

Felipe Ehrenberg: Testamento

Felipe Ehrenberg: Testamento displayed, for the first time, the thirty-four collages in Felipe Ehrenberg's Testamento (1968–2017), a retrospective assemblage of documents, photographs, writings, and drawings compiled at the end of the artist’s decades-long career.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Aug 9, 202108.09.21
News
On Now:
Aug 9, 202108.09.21

ISLAA Curatorial Fellowship at the New Museum

Bernardo Mosqueira is named the inaugural ISLAA Curatorial Fellow in partnership with the New Museum of Contemporary Art.

News
On Now:
Aug 19, 2021 → Oct 30, 2021
08.19.21 → 10.30.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Aug 19, 2021 → Oct 30, 2021
08.19.21 → 10.30.21

"From Surface to Space": Max Bill and Concrete Sculpture in Buenos Aires

“From Surface to Space”: Max Bill and Concrete Sculpture in Buenos Aires, curated by Francesca Ferrari, explored concurrent experiments in Concrete sculpture amid the formative, transnational creative dialogue between the Swiss artist Max Bill and the Argentine avant-garde from 1946 to 1955.

Exhibition
ISLAA

September 2021

On Now:
Aug 19, 2021 → Oct 30, 2021
08.19.21 → 10.30.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Aug 19, 2021 → Oct 30, 2021
08.19.21 → 10.30.21

"From Surface to Space": Max Bill and Concrete Sculpture in Buenos Aires

“From Surface to Space”: Max Bill and Concrete Sculpture in Buenos Aires, curated by Francesca Ferrari, explored concurrent experiments in Concrete sculpture amid the formative, transnational creative dialogue between the Swiss artist Max Bill and the Argentine avant-garde from 1946 to 1955.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Sep 27, 202109.27.21
Event
Online
On Now:
Sep 27, 202109.27.21

South and About! With Paulina Caro Troncoso and Megan Kincaid

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
Online

October 2021

On Now:
Aug 19, 2021 → Oct 30, 2021
08.19.21 → 10.30.21
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Aug 19, 2021 → Oct 30, 2021
08.19.21 → 10.30.21

"From Surface to Space": Max Bill and Concrete Sculpture in Buenos Aires

“From Surface to Space”: Max Bill and Concrete Sculpture in Buenos Aires, curated by Francesca Ferrari, explored concurrent experiments in Concrete sculpture amid the formative, transnational creative dialogue between the Swiss artist Max Bill and the Argentine avant-garde from 1946 to 1955.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Oct 20, 202110.20.21
Event
Online
On Now:
Oct 20, 202110.20.21

Chasitie Brown and Ashleigh Deosaran

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
Online
On Now:
Oct 27, 202110.27.21
Event
Online
On Now:
Oct 27, 202110.27.21

ASAP/12 Annual Conference: Reciprocity

“Curandera: The Artist as Healer and Curator”, keynote address by María Magdalena Campos-Pons moderated by Tatiana Flores, ASAP President. Proudly supported by ISLAA.

Event
Online

November 2021

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Nov 3, 2021 → Dec 18, 2021
11.03.21 → 12.18.21
Exhibition
Hunter College
On Now:
Nov 3, 2021 → Dec 18, 2021
11.03.21 → 12.18.21

Life as Activity: David Lamelas

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate Hunter College on its exhibition and related publication,Life as Activity: David Lamelas. These projects developed from a graduate seminar in Hunter College’s Advanced Certificate in Curatorial Studies supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
Hunter College
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22

José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer

Curated by Megan Kincaid, José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer presents nine transfer paintings by José Antonio Fernández-Muro from the late 1950s and early 1960s, produced in Buenos Aires and New York.

Exhibition
ISLAA

December 2021

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Nov 3, 2021 → Dec 18, 2021
11.03.21 → 12.18.21
Exhibition
Hunter College
On Now:
Nov 3, 2021 → Dec 18, 2021
11.03.21 → 12.18.21

Life as Activity: David Lamelas

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate Hunter College on its exhibition and related publication,Life as Activity: David Lamelas. These projects developed from a graduate seminar in Hunter College’s Advanced Certificate in Curatorial Studies supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
Hunter College
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22

José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer

Curated by Megan Kincaid, José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer presents nine transfer paintings by José Antonio Fernández-Muro from the late 1950s and early 1960s, produced in Buenos Aires and New York.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Dec 2, 2021 → Dec 12, 2021
12.02.21 → 12.12.21
Exhibition
CCS Bard
On Now:
Dec 2, 2021 → Dec 12, 2021
12.02.21 → 12.12.21

Ñande Róga

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate Bard College on its exhibitionÑande Rógawhich results from a graduate seminar at the Center for Curatorial Studies supported by ISLAA through our inaugural Research Seminar Initiative, a program centered on artists or movements whose archives are among the special collections at ISLAA.

Exhibition
CCS Bard
On Now:
Dec 20, 202112.20.21
News
On Now:
Dec 20, 202112.20.21

Call for Papers: Conference on Latin American Artists in New York, 1965-1975

ISLAA is delighted to co-organize, with the Americas Society, a conference to be held in connection with the two-part exhibitionThis Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, currently on view at Americas Society.

News

January 2022

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22

José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer

Curated by Megan Kincaid, José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer presents nine transfer paintings by José Antonio Fernández-Muro from the late 1950s and early 1960s, produced in Buenos Aires and New York.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 14, 202201.14.22
News
On Now:
Jan 14, 202201.14.22

Call for Papers: Sixth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art

Call For Papers deadline extended to January 14, 2022 for the Sixth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art “Movement and Presence: The Visual Culture of the Americas.”

News

February 2022

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 11, 2021 → Feb 12, 2022
11.11.21 → 02.12.22

José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer

Curated by Megan Kincaid, José Antonio Fernández-Muro: Geometry in Transfer presents nine transfer paintings by José Antonio Fernández-Muro from the late 1950s and early 1960s, produced in Buenos Aires and New York.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 7, 202202.07.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Feb 7, 202202.07.22

South and About! With Adriana Obiols and Lesdi C. Goussen Robleto

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
Online
On Now:
Feb 9, 202202.09.22
Event
On Now:
Feb 9, 202202.09.22

Call for Proposals: ISLAA Forum: Latin American and Latinx Art and Visual Culture Dissertation Workshop

Applications for the dissertation workshop are due February 20, 2022

Event
On Now:
Feb 9, 202202.09.22
News
On Now:
Feb 9, 202202.09.22

Call for Proposals: ISLAA Forum: Latin American and Latinx Art and Visual Culture Dissertation Workshop

Applications for the dissertation workshop are due February 20, 2022

News
On Now:
Feb 23, 202202.23.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Feb 23, 202202.23.22

Duke House Exhibition: Curators in Conversation

A roundtable event in celebration of Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras: The Formative Years, 1956–63

Event
Online
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22

Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras: The Formative Years, 1956–63

The first dual exhibition in the United States on the informalist paintings of Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras

Exhibition
IFA

March 2022

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22

Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras: The Formative Years, 1956–63

The first dual exhibition in the United States on the informalist paintings of Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 2, 2022 → Apr 3, 2022
03.02.22 → 04.03.22
News
On Now:
Mar 2, 2022 → Apr 3, 2022
03.02.22 → 04.03.22

Announcing the Inaugural ISLAA Research Grant

Three grantees will be chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News
On Now:
Mar 3, 202203.03.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 3, 202203.03.22

Decolonial Alliances Panel

This panel turns to artists, based in both the U.S. and Guatemala, to consider aesthetic strategies that work to dismantle imperialist histories and build decolonial alliances across time and space.

Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22

Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance

Curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann, this exhibition examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 24, 2022 → Mar 25, 2022
03.24.22 → 03.25.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 24, 2022 → Mar 25, 2022
03.24.22 → 03.25.22

This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965-1975

ISLAA is delighted to co-organize a two-day conference held in connection with the exhibition This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, currently on view at Americas Society.

Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 28, 202203.28.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 28, 202203.28.22

South and About! With Grace Kuipers and Juan Gabriel Ramírez Bolívar

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 30, 2022 → Apr 1, 2022
03.30.22 → 04.01.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 30, 2022 → Apr 1, 2022
03.30.22 → 04.01.22

Movement & Presence: The Visual Cultures of the Americas

The Sixth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art will explore how the idealized landscape, geospatial entity, and sociocultural construct of "Latin America" has been shaped and mythologized by, through, and against movement.

Event
Online

April 2022

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22

Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras: The Formative Years, 1956–63

The first dual exhibition in the United States on the informalist paintings of Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 2, 2022 → Apr 3, 2022
03.02.22 → 04.03.22
News
On Now:
Mar 2, 2022 → Apr 3, 2022
03.02.22 → 04.03.22

Announcing the Inaugural ISLAA Research Grant

Three grantees will be chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22

Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance

Curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann, this exhibition examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 30, 2022 → Apr 1, 2022
03.30.22 → 04.01.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Mar 30, 2022 → Apr 1, 2022
03.30.22 → 04.01.22

Movement & Presence: The Visual Cultures of the Americas

The Sixth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art will explore how the idealized landscape, geospatial entity, and sociocultural construct of "Latin America" has been shaped and mythologized by, through, and against movement.

Event
Online
On Now:
Apr 7, 202204.07.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Apr 7, 202204.07.22

Finding Form: Informalismo and Mid-Century Trends in Global Abstraction

Pepe Karmel, Megan Sullivan, and Ana Maria Franco will convene for a lively discussion facilitated by the curators of Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras: The Formative Years 1956–63.

Event
Online
On Now:
Apr 15, 202204.15.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Apr 15, 202204.15.22

Latinx Solidarities in Boston: Panel

This panel discussion brings together artists, activists, and scholars on the past, present and future of solidarity, activism, and community through Latinx networks in Boston and the surrounding area.

Event
Online
On Now:
Apr 22, 2022 → Apr 23, 2022
04.22.22 → 04.23.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Apr 22, 2022 → Apr 23, 2022
04.22.22 → 04.23.22

May 2022

On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22
News
On Now:
Sep 22, 2021 → May 14, 2022
09.22.21 → 05.14.22

Announcing ISLAA Loans and Co-Publication: “This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975”

The forthcoming oral history book, and its related exhibition, present urgent revisions to existing narratives of New York's art scene in the 1960s–70s.

News
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 23, 2022 → May 27, 2022
02.23.22 → 05.27.22

Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras: The Formative Years, 1956–63

The first dual exhibition in the United States on the informalist paintings of Kenneth Kemble and Silvia Torras

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22

Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance

Curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann, this exhibition examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
May 11, 202205.11.22
Event
Americas Society
On Now:
May 11, 202205.11.22

Book Launch for "This Must Be the Place"

In-person and livestream event celebrating the launch of a book on Latin American artists in New York from 1965 to 1975

Event
Americas Society
On Now:
May 14, 202205.14.22
News
ISLAA
On Now:
May 14, 202205.14.22

ISLAA Acquires Portion of Felipe Ehrenberg Archive

ISLAA has acquired a portion of Felipe Ehrenberg archive from the artist's estate, a momentous addition to our library and archive.

News
ISLAA
On Now:
May 17, 202205.17.22
News
ISLAA
On Now:
May 17, 202205.17.22

Closing Reception for "Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance"

Join us for a public in-person reception to celebrate ISLAA's current exhibition on May 17, featuring special guest Marta Minujín.

News
ISLAA

June 2022

On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 3, 2022 → Jun 3, 2022
03.03.22 → 06.03.22

Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance

Curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann, this exhibition examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 16, 202206.16.22
News
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 16, 202206.16.22

Opening Reception for "Eros Rising: Visions of the Erotic in Latin American Art"

Please join us for a public, in-person reception to celebrate the opening ofEros Rising: Visions of the Erotic in Latin American Artfrom 5 to 8 PM on June 16.

News
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 16, 2022 → Sep 30, 2022
06.16.22 → 09.30.22
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 16, 2022 → Sep 30, 2022
06.16.22 → 09.30.22

Eros Rising: Visions of the Erotic in Latin American Art

Featuring works by Artur Barrio, Oscar Bony, Carmelo Carrá, Feliciano Centurión, David Lamelas, Carlos Motta, Wynnie Mynerva, La Chola Poblete, Tadáskía, and Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Eros Rising: Visions of the Erotic in Latin American Art explores how artists have sought to give form to the intangible experience of eroticism.

Exhibition
ISLAA

October 2022

On Now:
Oct 6, 202210.06.22
Event
New Museum
On Now:
Oct 6, 202210.06.22

Performative Screening of "The Formaldehyde Trip" at the New Museum

A live performance by Naomi Rincón Gallardo to accompany the exhibition of her film The Formaldehyde Trip (2017).

Event
New Museum
On Now:
Oct 7, 202210.07.22
Event
Online
On Now:
Oct 7, 202210.07.22

The Politics and Aesthetics of Migration

Hosted by the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University, this conference explores the entanglements between artistic expression and the movement of people, ideas, and capital across the globe in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries

Event
Online
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 13, 202210.13.22
News
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 202210.13.22

Opening Reception for "Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa"

Join us for the opening ofPolitical/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksaat ISLAA on October 13.

News
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23

Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa

This exhibition will explore the role of mapping in the work of Conceptual artists Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Oct 16, 2022
10.13.22 → 10.16.22
Event
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Oct 16, 2022
10.13.22 → 10.16.22

Printed Matter's 2022 New York Art Book Fair

ISLAA is pleased to participate in Printed Matter's 2022 New York Art Book Fair.

Event
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23
Exhibition
MAL
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23

Inés Blumencweig: Structures sensibles

Inés Blumencweig's first solo exhibition since 1980 presents eleven major works produced between 1961 and 1978.

Exhibition
MAL

November 2022

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23

Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa

This exhibition will explore the role of mapping in the work of Conceptual artists Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23
Exhibition
MAL
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23

Inés Blumencweig: Structures sensibles

Inés Blumencweig's first solo exhibition since 1980 presents eleven major works produced between 1961 and 1978.

Exhibition
MAL

December 2022

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23

Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa

This exhibition will explore the role of mapping in the work of Conceptual artists Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23
Exhibition
MAL
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23

Inés Blumencweig: Structures sensibles

Inés Blumencweig's first solo exhibition since 1980 presents eleven major works produced between 1961 and 1978.

Exhibition
MAL
On Now:
Dec 20, 202212.20.22
News
On Now:
Dec 20, 202212.20.22

Call for Papers: Seventh Annual Symposium of Latin American Art

Call for Papers deadline January 9, 2023

News

January 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23

Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa

This exhibition will explore the role of mapping in the work of Conceptual artists Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23
Exhibition
MAL
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Jan 20, 2023
10.13.22 → 01.20.23

Inés Blumencweig: Structures sensibles

Inés Blumencweig's first solo exhibition since 1980 presents eleven major works produced between 1961 and 1978.

Exhibition
MAL
On Now:
Jan 10, 202301.10.23
News
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 10, 202301.10.23

Opening Reception for "Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection"

Join us for the opening ofÑande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collectionat ISLAA on March 16.

News
ISLAA

February 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23

Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa

This exhibition will explore the role of mapping in the work of Conceptual artists Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23

Feliciano Centurión: Telas y Textos

The third solo exhibition in the United States of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 27, 202302.27.23
Event
IFA
On Now:
Feb 27, 202302.27.23

South and About! With Maya Wilson-Sanchez and Cathryn Jijon

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
IFA

March 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 13, 2022 → Mar 3, 2023
10.13.22 → 03.03.23

Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa

This exhibition will explore the role of mapping in the work of Conceptual artists Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23

Feliciano Centurión: Telas y Textos

The third solo exhibition in the United States of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 9, 202303.09.23
News
On Now:
Mar 9, 202303.09.23

Announcing the recipients of the ISLAA Research Grant Fall 2022

The grantees were chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News
On Now:
Mar 13, 202303.13.23
News
On Now:
Mar 13, 202303.13.23

ISLAA-ALAA Triennial Keynote

ISLAA is delighted to support the ISLAA-ALAA Keynote at the 2023 ALAA Triennial

News
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23

Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection

Bringing together drawings, textiles, and sculptural objects with archival materials, this exhibition will explore the work, community, and context of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión (1962–1996).

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 30, 2023 → Mar 31, 2023
03.30.23 → 03.31.23
Event
IFA
On Now:
Mar 30, 2023 → Mar 31, 2023
03.30.23 → 03.31.23

Making Space, Making Place: Marking the Americas

The Seventh Annual Symposium of Latin American Art will consider how marking practices interact with place and space-making strategies broadly construed—maps, cartographic renditions of place, earth and land art, urban planning, architecture and landscape, and more.

Event
IFA

April 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23

Feliciano Centurión: Telas y Textos

The third solo exhibition in the United States of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23

Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection

Bringing together drawings, textiles, and sculptural objects with archival materials, this exhibition will explore the work, community, and context of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión (1962–1996).

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 14, 2023 → May 5, 2023
04.14.23 → 05.05.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 14, 2023 → May 5, 2023
04.14.23 → 05.05.23

Guided Tours of "Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection"

Curators and ISLAA staff will lead tours of the exhibition Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection on April 14, April 21, and May 5. These tours are free and open to the public.

Event
ISLAA

May 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 6, 2023 → May 19, 2023
02.06.23 → 05.19.23

Feliciano Centurión: Telas y Textos

The third solo exhibition in the United States of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23

Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection

Bringing together drawings, textiles, and sculptural objects with archival materials, this exhibition will explore the work, community, and context of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión (1962–1996).

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 14, 2023 → May 5, 2023
04.14.23 → 05.05.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 14, 2023 → May 5, 2023
04.14.23 → 05.05.23

Guided Tours of "Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection"

Curators and ISLAA staff will lead tours of the exhibition Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection on April 14, April 21, and May 5. These tours are free and open to the public.

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
May 2, 202305.02.23
News
On Now:
May 2, 202305.02.23

Announcing Move to New Headquarters in Tribeca

ISLAA will relocate to 142 Franklin Street in fall 2023

News
On Now:
May 11, 202305.11.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
May 11, 202305.11.23

Social Fabrics: Feliciano Centurión in Paraguay and Argentina

Organized in conjunction with Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection at ISLAA, this panel will examine the cultural traditions, social contexts, and artist networks that inspired Centurión’s work.

Event
ISLAA

June 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 16, 2023 → Jun 23, 2023
03.16.23 → 06.23.23

Ñande Róga: The Feliciano Centurión Archival Collection

Bringing together drawings, textiles, and sculptural objects with archival materials, this exhibition will explore the work, community, and context of Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión (1962–1996).

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 15, 202306.15.23
News
On Now:
Jun 15, 202306.15.23

Introducing The CAYC Files

The ICAA and ISLAA announce the launch of the CAYC Files: the first digital platform for the comprehensive study of the Centro de Arte y Comunicación (CAYC).

News
On Now:
Jun 16, 202306.16.23
News
On Now:
Jun 16, 202306.16.23

Selected Summer 2023 ISLAA Writers in Residence Announced

Open Call for Summer 2023 Writer in Residence at ISLAA

News
On Now:
Jun 26, 202306.26.23
News
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 26, 202306.26.23

Reading Room Closed for Summer 2023

ISLAA's on-site reading room will reopen in the fall

News
ISLAA
On Now:
Jun 29, 202306.29.23
News
On Now:
Jun 29, 202306.29.23

Bernardo Mosqueira Appointed Chief Curator of ISLAA

Bernardo Mosqueira will join ISLAA as the inaugural chief curator

News

August 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Aug 7, 202308.07.23
News
On Now:
Aug 7, 202308.07.23

ISLAA Research Grant Spring 2023: Grantees Announcement

Grantees announced! The grantees were chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News
On Now:
Aug 12, 2023 → Sep 2, 2023
08.12.23 → 09.02.23
Event
On Now:
Aug 12, 2023 → Sep 2, 2023
08.12.23 → 09.02.23

Watch Online—"270" Film Series

Explore intimate portraits of contemporary artists

Event

September 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Aug 12, 2023 → Sep 2, 2023
08.12.23 → 09.02.23
Event
On Now:
Aug 12, 2023 → Sep 2, 2023
08.12.23 → 09.02.23

Watch Online—"270" Film Series

Explore intimate portraits of contemporary artists

Event
On Now:
Sep 15, 2023 → Oct 15, 2023
09.15.23 → 10.15.23
News
On Now:
Sep 15, 2023 → Oct 15, 2023
09.15.23 → 10.15.23

Call for Proposals ISLAA Research Grant Fall 2023

The grantees will be chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News
On Now:
Sep 21, 2023 → Nov 18, 2023
09.21.23 → 11.18.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Sep 21, 2023 → Nov 18, 2023
09.21.23 → 11.18.23

Valerie Brathwaite: Works on Paper

The first of three exhibitions developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida in the spring of 2023 supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Sep 27, 202309.27.23
Event
Online
On Now:
Sep 27, 202309.27.23

Book launch for “The Political Body”

Celebrating the release of Andrea Giunta’s bookThe Political Body: Stories on Art, Feminism, and Emancipation in Latin America, this event features a conversation with artists featured in the publication, including Mónica Mayer and Rosana Paulino, moderated by author Andrea Giunta.

Event
Online

October 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Sep 15, 2023 → Oct 15, 2023
09.15.23 → 10.15.23
News
On Now:
Sep 15, 2023 → Oct 15, 2023
09.15.23 → 10.15.23

Call for Proposals ISLAA Research Grant Fall 2023

The grantees will be chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News
On Now:
Sep 21, 2023 → Nov 18, 2023
09.21.23 → 11.18.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Sep 21, 2023 → Nov 18, 2023
09.21.23 → 11.18.23

Valerie Brathwaite: Works on Paper

The first of three exhibitions developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida in the spring of 2023 supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 2, 202310.02.23
Event
On Now:
Oct 2, 202310.02.23

South and About! with Jonathan Mandel and Bianca Morán

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on the arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
On Now:
Oct 5, 202310.05.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 5, 202310.05.23

Book launch for “The Affinity of Neoconcretism” and “Forming Abstraction”

Celebrating the release of Mariola V. Alvarez’s The Affinity of Neoconcretism: Interdisciplinary Collaborations in Brazilian Modernism, 1954–1964 (March 2023) and Adele Nelson’s Forming Abstraction: Art and Institutions in Postwar Brazil (February 2022), this event features introductions by Studies on Latin American Art series editor Alexander Alberro followed by a conversation with the authors, moderated by Roberto Conduru.

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 25, 202310.25.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 25, 202310.25.23

Book launch for "Refined Material”

Celebrate the release of Sean Nesselrode Moncada’s book Refined Material: Petroculture and Modernity in Venezuela (August 2023).

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández, curated by Kaira M. Cabañas and Jesús Fuenmayor, is the second exhibition in the ISLAA Artist Seminar Initiative at the University of Florida.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction

Examine the intertwined histories of art, labor, and resource extraction in​ Latin America​.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

The Precious Life of a Liquid Heart

This exhibition seeks to inspire environmental consciousness by offering alternatives to the colonial ways of understanding nature.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 202310.28.23
News
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 202310.28.23

Opening Celebration for ISLAA's Tribeca Headquarters

Join us to celebrate the opening of our new space at 142 Franklin Street.

News
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 202310.28.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 202310.28.23

Exhibition Tour of "Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction"

Join us for a tour of the exhibition Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction.

Event
ISLAA

November 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Sep 21, 2023 → Nov 18, 2023
09.21.23 → 11.18.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Sep 21, 2023 → Nov 18, 2023
09.21.23 → 11.18.23

Valerie Brathwaite: Works on Paper

The first of three exhibitions developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida in the spring of 2023 supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández, curated by Kaira M. Cabañas and Jesús Fuenmayor, is the second exhibition in the ISLAA Artist Seminar Initiative at the University of Florida.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction

Examine the intertwined histories of art, labor, and resource extraction in​ Latin America​.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

The Precious Life of a Liquid Heart

This exhibition seeks to inspire environmental consciousness by offering alternatives to the colonial ways of understanding nature.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 2, 202311.02.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 2, 202311.02.23

Book launch for “Edgardo Giménez: One of a Kind”

Celebrate the release of Edgardo Giménez: One of a Kind with a presentation by Christina L. De León and Secret Riso Club.

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 6, 202311.06.23
Event
IFA
On Now:
Nov 6, 202311.06.23

South and About! With Lynne Lee and Cristalina Parra

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
IFA
On Now:
Nov 6, 202311.06.23
News
IFA
On Now:
Nov 6, 202311.06.23

Open Call For Proposals South & About! Graduate Workshop Series

Open call for submissions for the next South and About! graduate research workshop.

News
IFA
On Now:
Nov 20, 2023 → Jan 7, 2024
11.20.23 → 01.07.24
News
On Now:
Nov 20, 2023 → Jan 7, 2024
11.20.23 → 01.07.24

Call for Papers: Eighth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art

Call for Papers DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 7, 2024

News
On Now:
Nov 28, 202311.28.23
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 28, 202311.28.23

“Erika Verzutti: New Moons” Book Launch

Join us for the launch of Erika Verzutti: New Moons, featuring a reading by Verzutti and presentations by editor Lauren Cornell and contributors Ruba Katrib and Bernardo Mosqueira.

Event
ISLAA

December 2023

On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 12, 2022 → Dec 2, 2023
10.12.22 → 12.02.23

Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter

ISLAA is delighted to congratulate the University of Florida on its exhibition and related public programming, Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter. These projects developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández, curated by Kaira M. Cabañas and Jesús Fuenmayor, is the second exhibition in the ISLAA Artist Seminar Initiative at the University of Florida.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction

Examine the intertwined histories of art, labor, and resource extraction in​ Latin America​.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

The Precious Life of a Liquid Heart

This exhibition seeks to inspire environmental consciousness by offering alternatives to the colonial ways of understanding nature.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 20, 2023 → Jan 7, 2024
11.20.23 → 01.07.24
News
On Now:
Nov 20, 2023 → Jan 7, 2024
11.20.23 → 01.07.24

Call for Papers: Eighth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art

Call for Papers DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 7, 2024

News
On Now:
Dec 7, 2023 → Dec 17, 2023
12.07.23 → 12.17.23
Exhibition
CCS Bard
On Now:
Dec 7, 2023 → Dec 17, 2023
12.07.23 → 12.17.23

Dueñas de la noche

Dueñas de la noche presents the 1982 documentary TRANS for the first time in the United States.

Exhibition
CCS Bard
On Now:
Dec 9, 2023 → Dec 10, 2023
12.09.23 → 12.10.23
Event
Pioneer Works
On Now:
Dec 9, 2023 → Dec 10, 2023
12.09.23 → 12.10.23

ISLAA at Press Play 2023

ISLAA is pleased to announce our participation in this year’s Press Play fair.

Event
Pioneer Works
On Now:
Dec 14, 2023 → Jan 21, 2024
12.14.23 → 01.21.24
News
On Now:
Dec 14, 2023 → Jan 21, 2024
12.14.23 → 01.21.24

Call for Proposals: ISLAA Writer in Residence Winter 2024

Call for Proposals DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 21, 2024

News
On Now:
Dec 20, 202312.20.23
News
On Now:
Dec 20, 202312.20.23

ISLAA Research Grant Fall 2023: Grantees Announcement

Grantees Announced! The grantees were chosen by a selection committee to further the study of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx art and visual culture.

News

January 2024

On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 27, 2023 → Jan 26, 2024
10.27.23 → 01.26.24

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández

Vital and Veiled: Valerie Brathwaite and José Gabriel Fernández, curated by Kaira M. Cabañas and Jesús Fuenmayor, is the second exhibition in the ISLAA Artist Seminar Initiative at the University of Florida.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction

Examine the intertwined histories of art, labor, and resource extraction in​ Latin America​.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

The Precious Life of a Liquid Heart

This exhibition seeks to inspire environmental consciousness by offering alternatives to the colonial ways of understanding nature.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Nov 20, 2023 → Jan 7, 2024
11.20.23 → 01.07.24
News
On Now:
Nov 20, 2023 → Jan 7, 2024
11.20.23 → 01.07.24

Call for Papers: Eighth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art

Call for Papers DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 7, 2024

News
On Now:
Dec 14, 2023 → Jan 21, 2024
12.14.23 → 01.21.24
News
On Now:
Dec 14, 2023 → Jan 21, 2024
12.14.23 → 01.21.24

Call for Proposals: ISLAA Writer in Residence Winter 2024

Call for Proposals DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 21, 2024

News
On Now:
Jan 11, 2024 → Jan 26, 2024
01.11.24 → 01.26.24
Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Jan 11, 2024 → Jan 26, 2024
01.11.24 → 01.26.24

José Gabriel Fernández, A Brief History of Drawing

This is the last of three exhibitions developed from a graduate seminar at the University of Florida in the spring of 2023 supported by ISLAA through our Artist Seminar Initiative, an education and curatorial program that fosters intimate exchanges between students and living Latin American and Latinx artists.

Exhibition
UF Galleries
On Now:
Jan 20, 202401.20.24
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 20, 202401.20.24

“Hélio Oiticica: Secret Poetics”  Book Launch

Join us for the launch of Hélio Oiticica: Secret Poetics, recently published by Soberscove Press and Winter Editions in November 2023.

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Jan 29, 202401.29.24
Event
IFA
On Now:
Jan 29, 202401.29.24

South and About! with Oriana Mejías and Rosa Martínez

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
IFA

February 2024

On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction

Examine the intertwined histories of art, labor, and resource extraction in​ Latin America​.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Oct 28, 2023 → Feb 10, 2024
10.28.23 → 02.10.24

The Precious Life of a Liquid Heart

This exhibition seeks to inspire environmental consciousness by offering alternatives to the colonial ways of understanding nature.

Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 1, 202402.01.24
Event
IFA
On Now:
Feb 1, 202402.01.24

Latin American Forum: Better Homes and Subjects: The Politics of Taste

Ana María Reyes will discuss her book The Politics of Taste: Beatriz González and Cold War Aesthetics in relation to the Colombian artist’s furniture assemblages.

Event
IFA
On Now:
Feb 2, 202402.02.24
Event
Online
On Now:
Feb 2, 202402.02.24

The Potosí Principle Archive: A Roundtable Conversation

Join us for an online event exploring the ideas presented in the exhibition Revisiting The Potosí Principle Archive: Histories of Art and Extraction.

Event
Online
On Now:
Feb 8, 2024 → Feb 9, 2024
02.08.24 → 02.09.24
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 8, 2024 → Feb 9, 2024
02.08.24 → 02.09.24

Columbia University — ISLAA Colloquium 2024: Between Art and Archive

In this Columbia University — ISLAA Colloquium invited practitioners will explore how artists, curators, and scholars have defined, examined, and contested archival practices.

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Feb 16, 2024 → May 16, 2024
02.16.24 → 05.16.24
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 16, 2024 → May 16, 2024
02.16.24 → 05.16.24

Magali Lara: Interior Landscapes

The exhibition of Mexican artist Magali Lara is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU supported by ISLAA.

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 17, 202402.17.24
Event
On Now:
Feb 17, 202402.17.24

ISLAA-ALAA Encuentro for Latin American and Latinx Art at CAA

ISLAA and ALAA are pleased to announce the first annual ISLAA-ALAA Encuentro for Latin American Art during the College Art Association (CAA) 112th Annual Conference.

Event

March 2024

On Now:
Feb 16, 2024 → May 16, 2024
02.16.24 → 05.16.24
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 16, 2024 → May 16, 2024
02.16.24 → 05.16.24

Magali Lara: Interior Landscapes

The exhibition of Mexican artist Magali Lara is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU supported by ISLAA.

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 13, 202403.13.24
News
On Now:
Mar 13, 202403.13.24

Selected Winter 2024 ISLAA Writers in Residence Announced

Winter 2024 Writers in Residence announced!

News
On Now:
Mar 14, 2024 → Apr 14, 2024
03.14.24 → 04.14.24
News
On Now:
Mar 14, 2024 → Apr 14, 2024
03.14.24 → 04.14.24

ISLAA Research Grant Spring 2024 Call For Proposals

The submission period runs from March 14–April 14, 2024

News
On Now:
Mar 28, 2024 → Jul 27, 2024
03.28.24 → 07.27.24
On Now
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 28, 2024 → Jul 27, 2024
03.28.24 → 07.27.24

Threads to the South

Threads to the South considers fiber as a conceptual tool for exploring belonging, identity, and territory in Latin America.

On Now
Exhibition
ISLAA

April 2024

On Now:
Feb 16, 2024 → May 16, 2024
02.16.24 → 05.16.24
Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Feb 16, 2024 → May 16, 2024
02.16.24 → 05.16.24

Magali Lara: Interior Landscapes

The exhibition of Mexican artist Magali Lara is part of the Duke House Exhibition Series at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU supported by ISLAA.

Exhibition
IFA
On Now:
Mar 14, 2024 → Apr 14, 2024
03.14.24 → 04.14.24
News
On Now:
Mar 14, 2024 → Apr 14, 2024
03.14.24 → 04.14.24

ISLAA Research Grant Spring 2024 Call For Proposals

The submission period runs from March 14–April 14, 2024

News
On Now:
Mar 28, 2024 → Jul 27, 2024
03.28.24 → 07.27.24
On Now
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Mar 28, 2024 → Jul 27, 2024
03.28.24 → 07.27.24

Threads to the South

Threads to the South considers fiber as a conceptual tool for exploring belonging, identity, and territory in Latin America.

On Now
Exhibition
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 4, 2024 → Apr 6, 2024
04.04.24 → 04.06.24
Event
UT Austin
On Now:
Apr 4, 2024 → Apr 6, 2024
04.04.24 → 04.06.24

2024 ISLAA Forum: Latin American and Latinx Art and Visual Culture Dissertation Workshop

The third of three annual dissertation workshops for emerging scholars at the Center for Latin American Visual Studies (CLAVIS)

Event
UT Austin
On Now:
Apr 10, 202404.10.24
Event
IFA
On Now:
Apr 10, 202404.10.24

A Conversation with Magali Lara and Madeline Murphy Turner

Join Magali Lara and Madeline Murphy Turner for a public program in association with IFA's spring exhibition, Magali Lara: Interior Landscapes.

Event
IFA
On Now:
Apr 12, 2024 → Apr 13, 2024
04.12.24 → 04.13.24
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 12, 2024 → Apr 13, 2024
04.12.24 → 04.13.24

The Eighth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art

The Eighth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art will include presentations from artists, activists, graduate students, and emerging scholars whose work channels flexible, nonlinear, and otherwise “errant” temporalities.

Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 15, 202404.15.24
Event
IFA
On Now:
Apr 15, 202404.15.24

South and About! With Carlos Ortiz Burgos and Rodrigo Guzman-Serrano

South and About! is a student-organized research workshop on arts from Latin America and the Caribbean, supported by ISLAA.

Event
IFA
On Now:
Apr 25, 2024 → Apr 28, 2024
04.25.24 → 04.28.24
Event
Printed Matter
On Now:
Apr 25, 2024 → Apr 28, 2024
04.25.24 → 04.28.24

ISLAA at New York Art Book Fair 2024

We are pleased to announce our participation in Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair (NYABF).

Event
Printed Matter
On Now:
Apr 27, 2024 → Apr 27, 2024
04.27.24 → 04.27.24
Event
ISLAA
On Now:
Apr 27, 2024 → Apr 27, 2024
04.27.24 → 04.27.24

NYABF Celebration with Maria Chávez

ISLAA is pleased to present a special two-hour performance by Peruvian abstract turntablist and sound artist Maria Chávez.

Event
ISLAA
The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) supports the study and visibility of Latin American art.
142 Franklin Street New York, NY 10013

Tue–Sat: 12–6 PM Sun–Mon: Closed