September 13, 2022 12:00 pm

During this fascinating online program, New-York based curator and art history scholar Naiomy Guerrero will discuss modernism in Latin American, Caribbean, and US Latinx/e contemporary art. While referencing specific works and artists featured in Destination: Latin America—including Wilfredo Lam, Dulce Pinzón, and Betsabeé Romero—Guerrero will explain the contested nature of the US Latinx/o/a identity and ask thought-provoking questions about the future of Latin American art.

Raised between New York City and the Dominican Republic, Naiomy Guerrero is an independent curator and a PhD student in art history at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center. She was the Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative Fellow at Pérez Art Museum Miami (2018–2020) and her research focuses on contemporary Latinx/e artists based in the United States and their contributions to US art history. Read more about Naiomy Guerrero here.

Pay what you can. Register by September 12; visit or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation with the Zoom link for the program. Due to copyright restrictions, this program will not be recorded.


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