Our North is the South
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Speakers: Luis Pérez-Oramas and Eugenio Carmona
Talks in Spanish
Joaquín Torres Garcia, the Arcadian Modern and the Latin-American Modern Movements Luis Pérez-Oramas. Curator of Latin-American Art. The Museum of Modern Art, Nueva York (MoMA).
Joaquín Torres-García and the Identities of «Arte Nuevo» in Spain. 1905-1953 Eugenio Carmona. Professor of History of Art. Universidad de Málaga (UMA).
To tie in with the exhibition Joaquín Torres-García: The Arcadian Modern, Museo Picasso Málaga has organized a series of activities based on the different themes that serve as the backbone of this retrospective of the Uruguayan artist’s work.
The series open with a talk by the exhibition’s curator, Luis Pérez-Oramas, which focused on the most relevant themes in the retrospective and on the artist’s body of work, as well as looking at Torres-García in the context of the various Latin American modern art movements. Eugenio Carmona, Professor of history of art at Universidad de Málaga, examined Torres-García’s influence on art in Spain during the first half of the 20th century.
The audio of the talks is available here:
A Day with Torres-García 26 Oct. 2016. 7pm Lecture by Juan Manuel Bonet
Seminar Hybrid Abstractions 13-14 Dec. 2016. 4pm-7pm Lectures by Luis Puelles and Gabriel Peluffo
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October 11, 2016
Free admission with preference for registered students
According to the program