Gabriela Rangel, director of Visual Arts at Americas Society, leads a guided tour highlighting key artworks and ephemera from the exhibition, as well as stories about the artist’s community and network in Brazil. ... Read More
The String Orchestra of New York City, a dynamic and conductorless ensemble, presents "Mind the Gap," featuring the premiere Bridges by Cuban composer Keyla Orozco for string orchestra and rumba tap dancer Max Pollak. ... Read More
In their new release Tango Fado Duo (Sorel Classics), Portuguese guitarist Pedro H. da Silva and bandoneonist Daniel Binelli explore the relationship between the sensuality of Argentine tango and the passion of Portuguese fado, interweaving the traditional sounds of their respective instruments. ... Read More
On the eve of the exhibition opening, cocurators Maristella Casciato and Idurre Alonso, along with professors Diana Agrest, Luis Carranza, and Patricio del Real examine the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century growth and transformations of urban centers in Latin America. ... Read More
Americas Society/Council of the Americas will hold a private meeting on the changing geostrategic paradigm in the Americas, with a focus on two of these outside countries: China and Russia. ... Read More
Spanish writer Nuria Amat (Amor y Guerra, 2012) engages in a dialogue about historical memory and identity in Latin America and Spain with essayist and political analyst David Rieff (In Praise of Forgetting: Historical Memory and Its Ironies, 2016). ... Read More
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