Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985

Curated by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Andrea Giunta

Pinacoteca de São Paulo São Paulo, Brasil 08/18/2018 – 11/19/2018

From August 18 to November 19, 2018, the Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum of the Secretariat of Culture of the State of São Paulo, presents the major group exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, on display on the first floor of the Pinacoteca. Curated by British Venezuelan art historian and curator Cecilia Fajardo-Hill

Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985. Installation view at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Brasil, 2018. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985. Installation view at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Brasil, 2018. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985. Installation view at Pinacoteca de

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era

Curated by Irene Tsatsos and Daniela Lieja

Armory Center for the Arts Pasadena, California, USA 05/07/2017 – 09/17/2017

The Armory Center for the Arts presents Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era  [​Abajo y a la izquierda: Reflexiones sobre México en la era del TLC]​,​ a group exhibition in the Armory’s Caldwell Gallery. The exhibition was conceived of and organized by Irene Tsatsos, Director of Exhibition Programs/Chief Curator,

Installation View. Courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts. Photo by Jeff McLane Studio Installation View. Courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts. Photo by Jeff McLane Studio Installation View. Courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts. Photo by Jeff McLane Studio The Armory Center for the Arts presents Down and to the Left: Reflections

La fiesta fue ayer (y nadie recuerda nada) La fiesta fue ayer (y nadie recuerda nada)

La fiesta fue ayer (y nadie recuerda nada)

Una propuesta de Mario García Torres

Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura Mexico City, México 02/09/2017 – 05/06/2017

Featuring works by: Alberto Gironella, Alberto Isaac, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Enrique Climent, Juan José Gurrola, Lilia Carrillo, Lourdes Grobet, Luis Nishizawa, Manuel Felguérez, Mario García Torres, Myra Landau, Nacho López, Pedro Coronel, Ruzzi, Vicente Rojo, Waldemar Sjölander During the 1960s, the Dynamic Museum transformed a series of nonconformist houses designed by Manuel Larrosa into ephemeral exhibition spaces

Vista de instalación, 2017. Cortesía de Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Ciudad de México. Fotografía: Ramiro Chaves Vista de instalación, 2017. Cortesía de Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Ciudad de México. Fotografía: Ramiro Chaves Vista de instalación, 2017. Cortesía de Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Ciudad de México. Fotografía: Ramiro Chaves Con obra de: Alberto Gironella, Alberto Isaac, Alejandro