Arts and Sciences Workshop: Fuera del estilo. Alternativas para pensar el arte latinoamericano más allá del canon

Date: 

Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S-250, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge

Speaker: Andrea Giunta, Writer and curator; Professor of Latin American and International Art, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Tinker Professor at Columbia University, Spring 2017

Series co-chaired and moderated by Mariano Siskind, Professor and Chair, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, and Brian D. Farrell, Director, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies; Professor, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

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Juan Pablo Renzi: "Porto Dos Ossos", 1992

 

Writer and curator, Andrea Giunta is Principal Researcher of CONICET (National Council for Scientific and Technical Research), Argentina, and professor of Latin American and international art at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, where she received her PhD in Philosophy and Arts. Author of the books When does contemporary art begin? (2014), Write the images. Essays on Argentine and Latin American art (2011), Mutant objects. About contemporary art (2010), Post crisis. Argentine art after 2001 (2009), Avant-Garde, Internationalism and Politics. Argentine Art in the Sixties (2001 1st ed., translated into English in 2007), she is also author and publisher of Picasso’s Guernica: the Power of representation. Europe, the United States and Latin America (2009), and autor and co-editor with  Agustín Pérez Rubio of Verboamérica (2016). She was awarded with the Guggenheim, Harrington, Getty, Rockefeller Fellowships and three times received the Konex Award in Argentina. She was curator of the controversial León Ferrari’ retrospective exhibition at the Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, and is co-curator with Cecilia Fajardo-Hill of the exhibition Radical Women. Latin AmericanArt 1960-1985 (Hammer Museum, LA, 2017). She is currently Tinker Professor at Columbia University, New York, Spring 2017.

 

Escritora, investigadora y curadora, es Investigadora Principal del CONICET y profesora de arte latinoamericano y de arte internacional en la Universidad de Buenos Aires en la que se graduó como Doctora en Filosofía. Autora de los libros Cuando empieza el arte contemporáneo? (2014), Escribir las imágenes. Ensayos sobre arte argentino y latinoamericano (2011), Objetos mutantes. Sobre arte contemporáneo (2010), Post crisis. Arte argentino después del 2001 (2009), Vanguardia, internacionalismo y política. Arte argentino en los años sesenta (2008, trad. al inglés en 2007, 1ª ed. 2001), co-editora y autora con Agustín Pérez Rubio de Verboamérica (2016) y autora y editora de El Guernica de Picasso: el poder de la representación. Europa, Estados Unidos y America Latina (2009). Recibió las becas Guggenheim, Harrington, Getty, Rockefeller y en tres oportunidades el premio Konex. Fue curadora de la retrospectiva de León Ferrari en el Centro Cultural Recoleta. Es co-curadora junto a Cecilia Fajardo-Hill de la exposición Radical Women in Latin AmericanArt (Hammer Museum, LA, 2017). Actualmente es Tinker Professor en la Universidad de Columbia, Nueva York.

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