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    Experimental Crossroads in Latin America

    Presented by at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    October 2, 2013


    Experimental Crossroads in Latin America

     Acclaimed curator and scholar Mari Carmen Ramírez delivers the inaugural lecture of a new series of conversations on Latin American art. Ramírez, who redefined the field through her pioneering exhibitions and publications, focuses on a group of 20th-century avant-garde artists who contributed in significant ways to the history of Modernism. In discussing examples such as David Alfaro Siqueiros’ concept of the “cinematographic mural” or Carlos Cruz-Diez’s “color in space and time,” Ramírez underlines how their theoretical and artistic originality questioned prevailing canons and opened up exciting new artistic horizons. Reception will follow.

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