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.
On view March 22–June 30, 2018, the exhibition focuses on six capitals in the region: Buenos Aires, Havana, Lima, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago de Chile.
In Fall 2017, Americas Society presents the first U.S. solo exhibition of the key Brazilian artist, José Leonilson.
Open May 4 through June 22, the exhibition showcases the multilayered project by Mexican artist Erick Meyenberg with a local high school marching band in Mexico City.
Open January 25 through April 1, the exhibition showcases photographic prints that retrace de Zuviría’s creative journeys through Buenos Aires during the corralito crisis.
The exhibition, open September 13, features Horna’s photographs documenting a cross-section of Mexico’s cultural life, displayed alongside the newspapers and magazines that put them in circulation.
The new exhibition on Mexican contemporary art is open through June 18.
The new exhibition on Latin American traveler art is open October 30 to January 23.