"Poema Volcánico," a Talk by Artist Eduardo Navarro with Curator Sarah Demeuse
The program brings key figures from Latin America to Hunter College to address topics in contemporary art and scholarship.
Admission: Free for Americas Society members; $10 for non-members. Free for Hunter College Students (please bring your student ID).
Argentinian artist Eduardo Navarro will speak with curator Sarah Demeuse and will present his artwork Poema Volcanico, which deals with the Ecuadorian volcanic geography. In 2014, while climbing the active volcano Guagua Pichincha, he created drawings from litmus paper, which measured the acidity of the gas emissions produced by the fumaroles inside the crater of the volcano.
Navarro is a guest scholar of the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Visiting Artists and Critics program with Hunter College. The program brings key figures from Latin America to Hunter College to address topics in contemporary art and scholarship through talks with students and the New York community. In addition to this forum, Cisneros Visiting Artists and Critics conduct studio visits and seminar discussions with Hunter MFA and MA students during their residency.
Learn about the exhibition Boundless Reality: Traveler Artists' Landscapes of Latin America from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection.
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Image: Eduardo Navarro, Poema Volcánico, 2014.