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For this Artists at Work, Manuel Aja Espil, ISCP’s current resident from Argentina, will be in conversation with Alejandro de la Guerra, an artist and organizer from Nicaragua. At the center of their dialog will be discussion of Espil’s work in the context of Latin American art aesthetics. Both artists use imagery from art history and popular culture to tell stories about societal inequalities and political struggles. Playing with collective memory and coded imagery, they express a mix of humor and excitement with tragedy and dissent. 

This is a bilingual program, and will take place in both English and Spanish. 

 

Para este Artistas en el Trabajo, Manuel Aja Espil, residente de ISCP de Argentina, conversará con Alejandro de la Guerra, artista y orientador de Nicaragua. En el centro de su diálogo conversarán sobre la estética del arte latinoamericano. Ambos utilizarán imágenes de la historia del arte y la cultura popular para contar relatos sobre las desigualdades sociales y las luchas políticas. Jugando con la memoria colectiva y las imágenes codificadas, expresarán una mezcla de humor y emoción con tragedia y disidencia.

Este evento es un programa bilingüe presentado en ambos idiomas, ingles y español.

Culture Pass is a program for cardholding patrons of New York City’s public libraries, the Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library, and Queens Public Library. Support for Culture Pass is provided by the Charles H. Revson Foundation and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund. To learn more, visit www.culturepass.nyc

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