The book Cold Atlantic will be presented at La Central library, at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, on 10 May at 7 p.m. Edited by Paula Barreiro López, this volume proposes a renewed reading on artistic practices, aesthetic discourses and models of resistance in the transatlantic axis from 1948 to the present day.
Next Wednesday, April 5th at 7 p.m, Paula Barreiro López will introduce her book Avant-garde Art and Criticism in Francoist Spain at La Central del Museo Reina Sofía, with the participation of Lola Jiménez-Blanco and Julián Díaz Sánchez.
Thank you very much to all the participants to the Cold Atlantic international conference and doctoral seminar! Five days of lectures, discussions and visits in Madrid and Barcelona. The videos of the conference will be soon available.
The Cold Atlantic international conference will be launched on Monday 5 September at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, with a lecture by Walter Mignolo. You can all follow the event in lifestream: the three days of conferences and debates will be broadcast.
The Conference will examine the artistic, cultural and aesthetic exchanges produced between the USA, Europe, Africa and Latin America during the Cold War. Keynotes by Walter Mignolo, Sarah Wilson, Andrea Giunta and Jonathan Harris. See the full programme!
Until August 15, 2016, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid presents an important exhibition of Wifredo Lam (Sagua La Grande, 1902 – Paris, 1982), covering multiple aspects of the trajectory of the Cuban artist. The exhibition catalogue includes an essay by Paula Barreiro López.
This project is made possible through support from the Terra Foundation for American Art The international conference Cold Atlantic seeks to highlight the transatlantic exchanges between North America, Europe, Africa and Latin America bringing into the fore other hubs of artistic exchange and influence, aiming not just to de-center the (still … Continue reading Cold Atlantic International Conference
The international conference Cold Atlantic seeks to highlight the transatlantic exchanges between North America, Europe, Africa and Latin America bringing into the fore other hubs of artistic exchange and influence, aiming not just to de-center the Paris-New York axis, but also to foster a discussion that gives a voice to cultural expressions that were generated outside the official power structures.
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