Admission: Free for Americas Society Members; $10 for non-members.
The exhibition snaps right into a familiar framework of ordered photographic thinking that drove many artists to walk their own streets in search of the overlooked.
On view until April 1, the photographic work of Facundo de Zuviría offers a salient reminder of Buenos Aires’ recent past.
Admission is open to the public and free of charge. Prior registration is required.
Published in association with the first U.S. solo exhibition dedicated to Kati Horna, the catalogue features some never before seen photographs displayed alongside the newspapers and magazines in which they circulated.
The catalogue is a fully illustrated, bilingual, mid-career study of Mexican contemporary artist Silvia Gruner (b. 1959, Mexico City)
Admission is free. A 20 percent discount will be given to Americas Society members, and a 10 percent discount to non-members on all book sales the evening of the event.