NEW PERSPECTIVES ON CONTEMPORARY COLOMBIAN ART: OSCAR MUÑOZ IN CONTEXT
Oscar Muñoz is one of the most important artists working in Colombia today. Invisibilia, his first U.S. retrospective, is long overdue.
Celebrating the closing of the exhibition, “Oscar Muñoz in Context” online symposium serves as a platform for examining other, parallel practices by Muñoz’s Colombian contemporaries. Leading scholars Jerónimo Duarte-Riascos, Ana María Reyes, María Wills, and artist and curator Bernardo Ortiz will discuss the diverse landscape of contemporary art in Colombia. Spotlighting artistic pioneers rooted in the same socio-political and cultural context as Muñoz, artists who also articulate similar themes in their multifaceted works, these talks will shed light on the invisibilia behind other contemporary artistic practices in Colombia today.
This symposium is moderated by Vanessa K. Davidson, Curator of Latin American Art at the Blanton Museum of Art, and curator of Invisibilia.
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