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In the Studio: Beto de Volder

Watch the video: Americas Society hosted the Argentine artist on Instagram Live to discuss his practice.

5–6 pm ET

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(Image: Luciano Jaureguy)

Overview

Beto de Volder in conversation with Aimé Iglesias Lukin, director and chief curator of Visual Arts.

Join us live on Instagram from your cell phone, or watch on YouTube after, for a series of remote visits to artists' studios to bring Americas Society's Visual Arts public programs to your home. Every other Wednesday, contemporary artists will dialogue with our Visual Arts department about their work and practice. Check out the series playlist.

About the artist:

Beto De Volder (b. 1962) is an Argentine painter and sculptor whose work often examines the boundary between chaos and restraint. While the curving lines that comprise his compositions are finite—fixed in size, color, and weight—their dynamic loops and intersections imply motion that continues energetically and unhindered through space. De Volder studied at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Manuel Belgrano in Buenos Aires from 1986 to 1989. In 1993, he won first prize in painting at the III Biennial of Young Artists (Buenos Aires); and the following year, received a scholarship from the Antorchas Foundation. De Volder’s artwork can be found within internationally-recognized cultural institutions and private collections.

Visit the Americas Society Visual Arts YouTube Channel for recordings of In the Studio Series and other previous events.

Follow the conversation on Instagram: #IntheStudioAS | @americassociety.visualarts


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