|Cuándo:||24 oct de 2019 - 09 feb de 2020|
|Inauguración:||24 oct de 2019 / 18:00|
|Dónde:||LSU Museum of Art / Shaw Center for the Arts. 100 Lafayette Street, Fifth Floor / Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Estados Unidos|
|Organizada por:||LSU Museum of Art|
Almir Mavignier, Arturo Duclos, Betsabeé Romero
Carlos Cruz-Diez, Carlos Garaicoa, Dulce Pinzón, Eduardo Mac Entyre, Eugenia Vargas Pereira, Florencio Gelabert Soto, Gerardo Suter, Henry Bermúdez, Ignacio Iturria, Jesús Rafael Soto - Jesús R. Soto, José Clemente Orozco, José Raúl Anguiano Valadez, Leda Catunda Serra, Lucio Fontana, Luis Tomasello, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Maria Martinez-Cañas, Marta María Pérez Bravo, Nicolás de Jesús, Roberto Matta, Rufino Tamayo, Teresa Margolles, Wifredo Lam
Destination: Latin America offers a multifaceted, didactic journey through twentieth-and twenty-first-century Latin American art. Drawn from the collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art, the exhibition is organized in five sections. The first includes work by artists affiliated with the artistic revolution that emerged after the Mexican Revolution; section two features sculpture and painting by key South American artists exploring color, form, space, and motion; section three features work by Caribbean and South American artists inspired by African art, Surrealism, and Magical Realism; section four addresses the challenges faced by artists living under the dictatorships of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, when most of South America was under military control; and section five concentrates on contemporary artists looking at themes of history, globalization, violence, and social criticism. This exhibition contains works by some of the most renowned modern and contemporary Latin American artists, including: Manuel Álvarez Bravo, José Raúl Anguiano Valadez, Julio Antonio, Henry Bermudez, Leda Catunda, Carlos Cruz-Diez, José Luis Cuevas, Arturo Duclos, Lucio Fontana, Carlos Garaicoa, Florencio Gelabert, Ignacio Iturria, Alfred Jensen, Nicolás de Jesús, Wifredo Lam, Eduardo Mac Entyre, Teresa Margolles, María Martínez-Cañas, Roberto Matta, Almir Mavignier, José Clemente Orozco, Marta María Pérez Bravo, Dulce Pinzón, Betsabeé Romero, Jesús Rafael Soto, Gerardo Suter, Rufino Tamayo, Luis Tomasello, and Eugenia Vargas.