The Latin American Speakers Series presents: Andrés I. M. Hernández
Andrés I. M. Hernández
Thursday, 24 March, 2022, 7 PM (ET)
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Join us Thursday, March 24, 2022, for a special lecture with invited scholar and curator Andrés I. M. Hernández.
Hernandez invites us to “feel” the visual artwork of various artists from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Cuba, from its conception to its presentation. The artwork is analyzed from its construction to the relations with spectators and the architecture that surrounds them.
Presented in partnership with Contemporary Art Committee.
About the Speaker
Andrés I. M. Hernández holds a PhD in Visual Arts from UNICAMP (São Paulo, Brazil) and has coordinated exhibitions at the Havana Biennial as the Executive Coordinator of the curatorial department of MAM-SP (2005-2010) and was Project Coordinator of Luciana Brito Galeria. From 2009 to 2013 Hernández was a member of the Art Advisory Council of MAMAM (Museum of Modern Art Aloísio Magalhães) in Recife and is currently a member of CIMAM (International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art). He has developed several curatorial projects and exhibitions, published various texts in Brazil and abroad, has worked on editorial projects, participated in commissions and juries, and has delivered numerous lectures and courses. Hernández has guest lectured at the Institute of Arts at UNICAMP and is currently the subsidiary Curator of SUBSOLO Art Laboratory in Campinas and São Paulo, Brazil.
About the Latin American Speakers Series
The Latin American Speakers Series aims to contextualize contemporary art within Canada as well as enrich our understanding of the art from both the continent and the diaspora through lectures, audio-visual presentations, group critiques with local artists, workshops, and online interviews.
The Latin American Speakers Series is presented by LACAP/Sur Gallery and is curated by Tamara Toledo.
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LACAP and Sur Gallery gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, and The City of Toronto through section 37.