Rethinking Latin American Art & Culture

Rethinking Latin American Art & Culture

With Graciela Montaldo, Alexander Alberro, Rachel Price, Mariano Siskind, Pedro Erber, Karen Benezra, Daniel Quiles, Samuel Steinberg, Natalia Brizuela, and Fernando Degiovanni

Schermerhorn Hall 612, 12PM

October 2, 2015

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Citation

Hispanic Institute, « Rethinking Latin American Art & Culture », Hispanic Institute Bulletin, Columbia University | LAIC, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures (online), published on September 8, 2015. Full URL for this article
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