|Cuándo:||18 feb de 2020 - 21 may de 2020|
|Inauguración:||18 feb de 2020 / 18:30|
|Horario:||de 13 a 16 h.|
|Dónde:||Institute of Fine Arts - New York University / The James B. Duke House . 1 East 78th Street / Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos|
|Organizada por:||Institute of Fine Arts - New York University|
|Artistas participantes:||Fanny Sanín|
The Institute of Fine Arts at NYU Duke House Exhibition Series is pleased to present Fanny Sanín's New York: The Critical Decade, 1971-1981, a solo exhibition featuring works by artist Fanny Sanín (b. 1938, Bogotá, Colombia). The exhibition explores the artist's evolving practice of geometric abstraction during her first decade living and working in New York City after a successful career in Colombia, London and Monterrey, Mexico. The exhibition was curated by Edward Chang, Megan Kincaid, and Anastassia Perfilieva. The exhibition will be accompanied by the launch of a major, multi-authored monograph, Fanny Sanin: The Concrete Language of Color and Structure (Lucia | Marquand, 2019). The publication, made possible by the Fanny Sanín Legacy Project, provides a comprehensive evaluation of the artist’s practice through scholarly essays and includes an illustrated chronology. Since 1932 the Institute of Fine Arts has been dedicated to graduate teaching and advanced research in the history of art, archaeology, and conservation. The Duke House Exhibition Series brings contemporary art to the walls of the Institute's landmarked James B. Duke House. The work is displayed in the beaux-arts interior of the former residence of the Duke Family, juxtaposing the historic with the contemporary and inviting viewers to engage with both the past and future of the Institute. Since 2019, the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is proud to support the Duke House Exhibition Series to showcase the work of Latin American artists.