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Soeki Irodikromo, Untitled, 1986, oil on canvas. © OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas Collection. Gift of the Government of Suriname.

Virtual Special Exhibition Tour: No Ocean Between Us

May 05, 5:30 PM–6:30 PM

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Add to Calendar 5/05/2021 5:30 PM 5/05/2021 6:30 PM America/Chicago Virtual Special Exhibition Tour: No Ocean Between Us

Enjoy a guided virtual tour of the San Antonio Museum of Art's current special exhibition, No Ocean Between Us! This virtual gallery talk will be conducted via Zoom. Registration closes one hour prior to the listed tour time, whereupon you will receive a Zoom link at your provided email address.

No Ocean Between Us: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & The Caribbean, 1945–Present features approximately 65 works of modern and contemporary art by Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent. This exhibition highlights artists whose work reflects the global dialogues between their Asian heritages and their Latin American or Caribbean identities, as well as the major artistic movements of their times. Included in the exhibition are paintings, works on paper, sculptures, and mixed media works by artists from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Guyana, Mexico, Panama, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago.
 

San Antonio Museum of Art

Enjoy a guided virtual tour of the San Antonio Museum of Art's current special exhibition, No Ocean Between Us! This virtual gallery talk will be conducted via Zoom. Registration closes one hour prior to the listed tour time, whereupon you will receive a Zoom link at your provided email address.

No Ocean Between Us: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & The Caribbean, 1945–Present features approximately 65 works of modern and contemporary art by Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent. This exhibition highlights artists whose work reflects the global dialogues between their Asian heritages and their Latin American or Caribbean identities, as well as the major artistic movements of their times. Included in the exhibition are paintings, works on paper, sculptures, and mixed media works by artists from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Guyana, Mexico, Panama, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago.
 

Soeki Irodikromo, Untitled, 1986, oil on canvas. © OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas Collection. Gift of the Government of Suriname. 

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