Roski Talks: Art in Mexico City
Art in Mexico City
Online panel discussion
Sept 28, 6pm PST
Register for the Zoom event here.
Art in Mexico City features Andrea Nuñez, Alivé Piliado Santana, and Sebastian Vizcaino
The panel discussion is moderated by Nahui Garcia
This event is co-sponsored by the USC Dornsife Department of Art History
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Art in Mexico City is a digital panel discussion that seeks to strengthen the cultural bridge between Los Angeles and Mexico City. Three Mexico-based arts professionals will discuss the social conditions and formative events that shaped their career development. Alivé Piliado, having previously worked at the Museo Nacional de Arte (National Museum of Art, MUNAL), will highlight practical perspectives on the work of curation. Sebastian Vizcaino, co-founder of Salón ACME, an annual art fair that collaborates with local galleries and artists, will speak to the conditions of the art fair. Andrea Nuñez will discuss her work with SOMA, an intensive program for international artists, curators, critics, and art historians, as well as her experiences assisting art collectives throughout Mexico. Together, these speakers offer a kaleidoscopic view of Mexico's creative sphere during a time of rapid changes.
Image: Pablo Dávila, But the Subject is a Long One (2020)