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Dulce Pinzón, Spiderman, 2005-2010
Evento finalizado
16
feb 2012
20
may 2012

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Cuándo: 16 feb de 2012 - 20 may de 2012
Inauguración: 16 feb de 2012
Dónde: Art Museum of the Americas (AMA) / 201 18th Street, NW / Washington, District of Columbia, Estados Unidos
Comisariada por: Eva Mendoza Chandas, Francisco Cano, Jodie Dinapoli
Organizada por: Art Museum of the Americas (AMA)
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Descripción de la Exposición

Artistas: Sol Aramendi (Argentina), Julieta Aranda (México), Ada Bobonis (Puerto Rico), Alberto Borea (Perú), Antón Cabaleiro (España), Juanma Carrillo (España), Nicky Enright (Ecuador), Félix Fernández (España), Jessica Lagunas (Guatemala), Abigail Lazkoz (España), Lluis Lleó (España), Manuel Molina Martagón (México), Esperanza Mayobre (Venezuela), Carlos Motta (Colombia), Iván Navarro (Chile), Dulce Pinzón (México), Fernando Renes (España), José Ruíz (Perú) y Manuela Viera-Gallo (Chile). Comisario: Paco Cano, Eva Mendoza Chandas y Jodie Dinapoli. Los artistas fueron seleccionados en base a sus logros artísticos, carreras y sus aproximaciones al concepto de cambio de la movilidad, la migración y culturales, todo intrínseca a una ciudad donde las nuevas ideas, experimentos rencias y la diversidad convergen. Nueva York muestra el trabajo de 19 artistas procedentes de 10 países de América Latina y España-todos ahora con sede en Nueva York, que han hecho de esta ciudad la fuerza gravitatoria de su discurso artístico.

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Latino superheroes disguised as Spiderman, Green Lantern and Batman will be at AMA showcasing the immeasurable labor of their day to day lives for the good of others. These, along with other works dealing with urbanity, mobility, and migra­tion depict a city that is the ultimate urban labo­ratory, where experiences and cultures converge, fostering the exchange of ideas. Ñew York, open­ing on February 16 at the AMA | Art Museum of the Americas of the Organization of American States (OAS), includes photography, video, drawing, sculpture, and mixed-media work by young, outstanding Latin American and Spanish artists residing in New York City.

 

The exhibition commemorates artistic exchange and innovative communication channels between visual artists from both sides of the pond and opposite hemispheres who share the same language, and the same city.

 

These artists offer insight into urban, political, social and personal issues, highlighting the diversity among Latino communities in New York and more widely, in the United States.

 

The exhibition addresses mobility in an era of widespread displacement where barriers between the global and the local are broken down. Motion (mobility), emotion (personal artistic work) and pro­motion (promote and advance the careers of expat artists) are all addressed throughout the show.

 

The artists were selected based on their accomplishments, artistic careers and their approaches to concepts of mobility, migration and cultural exchange, all intrinsic to a city where new ideas, experi­ences and diversity converge.

 

Ñew York showcases the work of 19 artists originating from 10 countries of Latin America and Spain - all now based in New York - who have made this city the gravitating force of their artistic discourse.

 

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