The Mexican sculptor’s first U.S. exhibition opens June 8 and spans 40 years of her career.
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La primera exposición de la escultora mexicana en Estados Unidos se inaugura el 8 de junio y mostrará 40 años de su carrera.
The Summit of the Americas "is expressly reserved for democratically leaders," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to CNN.
"It's a battle over whether dictators should be included in a summit for democratic leaders," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to NPR.
High-level U.S. government officials and Western Hemisphere leaders discussed post-pandemic recovery and the Summit of the Americas to be held in June.
Latin American governments are wanting to show Washington that this is a summit of equals, said AS/COA's Brian Winter to The New York Times.
"The hemisphere has taken a giant step back since the first Summit of the Americas in Miami in 1994," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to the Miami Herald.
Coming up at Americas Society: Exhibitions featuring artists from Brazil, Mexico, and the Caribbean; a book launch; and more.
Diario las Américas destaca la exposición de Americas Society, This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975.
La nueva edición de Americas Quarterly analiza lo que estará—y lo que debería estar—en la agenda de la próxima reunión de líderes hemisféricos.
The event will be followed by the virtual May 12 conference titled “Building a Sustainable, Resilient, and Equitable Future.”
Americas Quarterly's latest edition looks at what will be—and what should be—on the agenda at the upcoming meeting of hemispheric leaders.
Latin America is full of unpopular presidents because of inflation and slow economies—the post-COVID scene, said AS/COA's Brian Winter to Morning Consult.
The U.S. secretary of state joined a private luncheon, focusing on hemispheric priorities ahead of June's Summit of the Americas. Watch his remarks.
The OAS Secretary General is being honored for his steadfast promotion of democracy in the Western Hemisphere.
"El nearshoring podría significar para México…cerca de medio millón de empleos”, dijo Tatiana Clouthier en Milenio.
No tener embajadores estadounidenses en tantos países "envía un mensaje terrible" a la región, dijo Eric Farnsworth de AS/COA a El Nuevo Herald.
The artwork "is as radical now as it was in ’70s…is free, has public access, and is inviting them to participate," said Aimé Iglesias Lukin to ARTnews.
"There is still time to develop a meaningful trade agenda for Los Angeles if efforts begin now," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to the Miami Herald.