Talks

Symposium panel: Discussing Latin American and Latino Art

9.15am Friday, May 5

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Carmen Argote, 720 Sq. Ft. Household Mutations, Part B, 2010, carpet from the artist's childhood home, paint, and Velcro. Installation view at g727. Photograph: Carmen Argote

Carmen Argote, 720 Sq. Ft. Household Mutations, Part B, 2010, carpet from the artist's childhood home, paint, and Velcro. Installation view at g727. Photograph: Carmen Argote

In association with the Getty and the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, the first ever Frieze symposium in New York will raise discussion on topics related to Latin American and Latino Art featured in the upcoming "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA”, a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles.

9.15am Discussing Latin American and Latino Art

With Edward Sullivan, Deborah Cullen, Guillermo Kuitca and Chon Noriega

For the day’s first panel, the exhibition “Home-So Different, So Appealing: Art from the Americas since 1957” will serve as a lens to discuss the complex relationships between Latin American and Latino art.

 With Edward Sullivan (moderator), the Helen Gould Sheppard Professor in the History of Art, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU; Deborah Cullen, Director and Chief Curator of the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University; Guillermo Kuitca, featured artist; and Chon Noriega, Co-Curator of the touring exhibition "Home-So Different, So Appealing: Art from the Americas since 1957" (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2017; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2017-18).



More information, and tickets for the symposium, are available here.

Tickets for the symposium do not include admission to Frieze New York. Tickets for Frieze New York are available here.