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Recuerdo, 1999

Lucy Lippard and Artists in Conversation: Contemporary Latino Art from the Zoe Diaz Collection

Jan 28, 1:00 PM–4:00 PM

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Add to Calendar 1/28/2023 1:00 PM 1/28/2023 4:00 PM America/Chicago Lucy Lippard and Artists in Conversation: Contemporary Latino Art from the Zoe Diaz Collection

In-Person Registration is SOLD OUT. Virtual Attendance is still available. 

A keynote presentation by respected curator, activist, and author Lucy Lippard will be followed by a conversation with artists Adriana Corral, John Valadez, Vincent Valdez, and Kathy Vargas, whose work is featured in the exhibition Refined Reflections into the Formidable: Contemporary Latino Art from the Zoe Diaz Collection on view at the UTSA Southwest Campus, Russell Hill Rogers Galleries.

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In-Person Registration is SOLD OUT. Virtual Attendance is still available. 

A keynote presentation by respected curator, activist, and author Lucy Lippard will be followed by a conversation with artists Adriana Corral, John Valadez, Vincent Valdez, and Kathy Vargas, whose work is featured in the exhibition Refined Reflections into the Formidable: Contemporary Latino Art from the Zoe Diaz Collection on view at the UTSA Southwest Campus, Russell Hill Rogers Galleries.

Lucy R. Lippard is a writer, activist, sometime curator, and author of twenty-five books on contemporary art, activism, feminism, place, photography, archaeology, and land use, including Undermining: A Wild Ride through Land Use, Politics and Art in the Changing West (2014), Time and Time Again (on Chaco and Mesa Verde, with photographer Peter Goin), and Down Country: The Tano of the Galisteo Basin, 1250-1782 (2010), and Pueblo Chico: Land and Lives in the Village of Galisteo Since 1814 (2020), as well as Mixed Blessings: New Art in a Multicultural America (1990) and The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society (1997). The recipient of nine honorary degrees, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and grants from Creative Capital and the Lannan Foundation, among other awards, she lives off the grid in rural New Mexico where for twenty-six years she has edited the monthly community newsletter, El Puente de Galisteo. 

Image caption: Vincent Valdez, Recuerdo, 1999, oil on board 31” x 23”. Courtesy: Zoe Diaz Collection

Lectures and Artist Conversations are made possible by generous support from the Louis A. and Frances B. Wagner lecture fund.  This event is in partnership with The University of Texas at San Antonio and supported with funds from the Texas Commission on the Arts, Flora Cameron Foundation, and Elizabeth Huth Coates Charitable Foundation of 1992.

3 CPE/GT for Educators. To obtain your certificate please register, attend the lecture, and email Sarah Chavarria at sarah.chavarria@samuseum.org.

 

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