"You have to compete economically in the western hemisphere or you’ll lose it," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to the Financial Times.
AS/COA in the News
The show, opening June 7, showcases over 50 years of the artist’s work, from historic performances to recent drawings on view for the first time.
La exposición, que se inaugura el 7 de junio, destaca más de 50 años de obras de la artista chilena, desde históricas performances a dibujos recientes.
Inside Trade highlighted testimony from AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth at a Senate Committee on Finance hearing.
"What's happening in Ecuador is part of the big Latin American story right now, which is democracies under duress," said AS/COA's Brian Winter to Axios.
"The artistry of Bispo’s work is beyond dispute," writes the publication about Bispo do Rosario: All Existing Materials on Earth.
El Cronista Comercial destaca el testimonio de Eric Farnsworth ante el Senado de Estados Unidos.
O site de notícias analisou a exposição da Americas Society Bispo do Rosario: All Existing Materials on Earth, aberta até 20 de maio em Nova York
"In Chile and Elsewhere," an Americas Quarterly article by Editor-in-chief Brian Winter was featured in The Council on Foreign Relations blog.
"While there were many reasons [for the results in Sunday’s vote...], one stood out: fear over violent crime,” wrote Brian Winter, as cited by Foreign Policy.
AS/COA convened high-level speakers in the Mexican capital for programs covering finance, women’s leadership, nearshoring, and more.
Rolling Stone writes about "Tu Nombre Verdadero," a Rita Indiana show commissioned by Americas Society.
The website of arts criticism reviewed Bispo do Rosario: All Existing Materials on Earth, the first U.S. retrospective of the Brazilian artist
Bispo do Rosario: All Existing Materials on Earth, which closes May 20, "adds another name to the 'outsider' canon" writes Roberta Smith.
The art publication reviewed Americas Society's Bispo do Rosario: All Existing Materials on Earth, on view through May 20.
"This exhibition is a rare opportunity…to gain access to [Bispo's] varied forms of expression," writes Hyperalleric about Americas Society's show.
Held in partnership with the State Department and for the first time at the OAS, the conference convened top U.S. government officials and Latin American leaders to talk trade, energy, and democracy.
"My intention…is to return to Venezuela," said Venezuela's former Interim President Juan Guaidó at the Washington Conference on the Americas.
"The more the relationship between Mexico and the United States deteriorates…China sees opportunity there," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to Fox News.
The magazine’s latest edition explores how President Lula’s global status could benefit the Americas, even while he may face domestic difficulties.