Running through May 14, 2022, the exhibition explores the work of a generation of artists who helped shape New York City's artistic and cultural landscape.
Americas Society presents its Latin American flag series along 68th Street from September 15 to December 18, furthering the program’s commitment to engaging the New York and Latin American art communities.
This solo exhibition, which closed July 17, focused on the Canadian artist’s relationship with Mexico beginning in the 1990s and in the context of increasing globalization following the NAFTA agreement.
Open to the public from January 20 to April 24, Americas Society presents the first U.S. exhibition of the Guatemalan composer's innovative instruments alongside contemporary art.
On view through November 20, 2020, the exhibition presents poetic readings of the artist's youth, love experiences, and spiritual reflections in Paraguay.
Americas Society presents a Latin American flag series on 68th Street February 14 to May 16, 2020, furthering the program’s commitment to engaging the New York and Latin American art communities.
On view October 9, 2019 through January 25, 2020, the exhibition presents a series of 30 radiographs produced in 2006–2010 by the Brazilian artist.
The exhibition attempts to uncover the visible and invisible walls that have built Brazil.
On view February 13–May 4, 2019, this exhibition brings together for the first time the distinct, yet intertwined bodies of work created by two Costa Rican artists from different generations, questioning normative ideas of masculinity and femininity in Latin American cultures.
On view October 9, 2018–January 12, 2019, the exhibition explores the intellectual impact of two prominent Caribbean thinkers in modern and contemporary art.