DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE VISUAL ARTS
WEBINAR OCTOBER 13 th
Three critical and historical perspectives on how modernism arose and developed in the Caribbean Basin in the context of dictatorship, civil war, social unrest, and decolonization converge in the presentations of this webinar, witnessing profound changes in cultural realities, social, political, and economics of Central America and the Caribbean and its impact on current art criticism.
The papers that will be presented and discussed by Allison Thompson from AICA Southern Caribbean, Carlos Acero and Guadalupe Casasnovas from AICA Dominican Republic and Juan Carlos Flores Zúñiga from AICA Costa Rica, respectively, are the following:
“Decolonization in the Caribbean: race, migration, diasporas, the nation state and the decolonial process during the 1940s and 1980s and its impact on visual culture in the Caribbean and the Caribbean diaspora”;
“Politics, Visual Arts and Social Upheaval in the Caribbean (1940-1970)” and; “The wave of modernist abstraction: how Central America was influenced in its visual and critical production by Mexico, Cuba and Venezuela (1940-1970)”.
This second webinar organized by AICA Latin America and the Caribbean will take place on Thursday, October 13 at 7:30 p.m. Sao Paulo time, Brazil via zoom.
REGISTRATION by email: firstname.lastname@example.org until October 11 at noon (Paris time)