Wednesday, January 26 at 6:30 pm Point of Contact ~Panel discussion
Phillips Collection/Center for the Study of Modern Art
1600 21st St., NW, Washington, DC
Participants discuss the Latino American artist experience of confronting social landscapes of today, the desire to communicate information and knowledge in an effort to spur social progress, and how arts and culture are an essential connection point in the processes of change in conjunction with the exhibition What’s on your mind? at the World Bank, curated by Edgar Endress. A particular emphasis in the discussion will be on the role of institutions, the act of participation, change, and resistance.
Participants include: Evangelina Elizondo, assistant curator, World Bank; Tania Aedo, artist and director, Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City; Gustavo Romano, artist and curator of the Media Lab at the Centro Cultural de Espaňa, Buenos Aires; and Edgar Endress, artist and professor, George Mason University School of Art, Virginia. In collaboration with Provisions Library, Washington, DC
Thursday, January 27th
The World Bank Main Complex
1818 H Street, NW
5:00 to 6:30 pm ~ Art Talk and Presention
6:30 to 8:30 ~ Opening Reception
See attached invitation for details.
What’s on your mind? Narratives of the Counterfeit Persona:a ground-breaking exhibition opening Thursday 1/27 at World Bank headquarters. It features work by thirty-two Latin American media artists, curated by artist Edgar Endress.
~5pm to 6:30 pm Art Talk and Presention
~6:30 to 8:30 Opening Reception