The just elected curator of the 12th Biennial of Mercosur, author of “Feminismo y arte latinoamericano” book and co-curator of the exhibition “Radical Women: arte latinoamericano (1960-1985)”, will visit Santiago on November 19th and 20th.
ACA Arte Contemporáneo Asociado A.G., the Art Department UAH and the Macro-areas of Visual Arts of the Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio invite us to the conference of the Argentinian curator and art historian Andrea Giunta, that will be carried out in the Santiago Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) in Parque Forestal at 19:00 hours, and in the Aula Magna of Alberto Hurtado University at 18:30 hours, respectively.
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During the discussion, Andrea Giunta will refer to the feminist agenda that leads through his research, curatorial activism and as a member of the collective “We propose,” a permanent assembly composed of artists, curators, researchers, writers, gallerists and art workers, which promotes the commitment of feminist practices in the artistic world.
“Conversaciones ACA: Andrea Giunta” will feature the participation of the artist and first president of ACA, Ximena Zomosa, and the art historian and director of Galería Bech, Mariairis Flores, who will address the guest and then open the conversation.
Alberto Hurtado University will hold the conference “Mujeres radicales, presupuestos curatoriales”, where the Argentine art historian and curator will give a presentation on the exhibition “Radical Women: Latin American Art (1960-1985)”, which co-curated with Cecilia Fajardo-Hill 2017, at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California.
The exhibition has become a regional milestone, being one of the first efforts to compile historically and critically the multiple discourses and artistic practices of women throughout Latin America, as well as Chicanas and Latinas in the United States. And along with this, the curatorship explores a decade full of political and countercultural movements that defined the last part of the 20th century and the current one, where many of the problems treated by the artists of that time, have been reactivated in the light of the current social movements, particularly those linked to the demands of feminism and sexual dissidence.
On the same occasion, Andrea Giunta will refer to his latest book “Feminism and Latin American Art. Stories of artists who emancipated the body “, recently edited by Siglo XXI Editores.
About Andrea Giunta (Buenos Aires, 1960)
Andrea Giunta has extensive experience in Latin American art in the international field, in exhibitions, essays published in specialized magazines and catalogs of exhibitions, teaching and academic research. His fields of interest include the art of the 20th and 21st centuries of Latin America and the world. She is the author of several works on Latin American art, memory and politics, the power of images and the relationship between art, gender and feminism in Latin America. She is a principal researcher at the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research of Argentina and a professor of Latin American and International Art at the University of Buenos Aires. She was President of History and Criticism of Art of Latin America, at the University of Texas, in Austin, where she was also Founding Director of the Center for Visual Studies of Latin America (CLAVIS). She was visiting professor at Duke University, Durham (NC), visiting professor at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and visiting professor at Columbia University (NYC), among others. academic works. . He gave lectures in museums and universities such as MoMA (NYC), Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum (Madrid), Haus der Kunst (Munich), Hamburger Bahnhof Museum (Berlin), Harvard University, University of California (Berkeley), Chicago Art Institute , Princeton University and New York University. Andrea is the author of several books, such as Vanguardia, Internacionalismo y Política, Argentine Art in the 1960s (Duke University Press), Post-Crisis (XXI Century), Writing Images (Siglo XXI), Mutant Objects (Palinodia), When does it start? contemporary art? (ArteBA), and El Guernica de Picasso (Byblos). His most recent book, Feminism and Latin American Art, was published in 2018 by Siglo XXI. She curated the Retrospective of León Ferrari, hosted at the Recoleta Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires and at the Pinacoteca de São Paulo; co-curator of the exhibition Extranjerías, with Néstor García Canclini, at the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC-UNAM), in Mexico; and co-curator of Verboamérica, with Agustín Pérez Rubio, at the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (Malba) – Fundación Costantini. Currently, she is the co-curator of the Radical Women exhibition. Latin American art, 1960-1985, with Cecilia Fajardo-Hill organized by the Hammer Museum, in Los Angeles, the Brooklyn Museum (NYC) and the Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo. She has recently been named curator of the next Mercosur Biennial, which will take place in 2020 in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Conversations Here: Andrea Giunta
Monday, November 19, 7:00 p.m.
MAC Forest Park
Ismael Valdés Vergara 506, Santiago.
“Radical women, curatorial budgets”
Tuesday, November 20, 6:30 p.m.
Aula Magna, Alberto Hurtado University
Cienfuegos 41, Santiago.