Watch the video: Americas Society hosted the Argentine artist on Instagram Live on February 10 to discuss her practice.
The Metropolis in Latin America, 1830–1930, creates a rich visual narrative with the aim of providing an understanding of how this transformative period allowed for the emergence of a modernist architectural language.
Americas Society bestowed Argentine contemporary artist Marta Minujín with the Cultural Achievement Award for her accomplishments in an artistic career spanning nearly half a century.
Americas Society homenajeó a la artista argentina contemporánea Marta Minujín por sus logros excepcionales a lo largo de su rica y prolífica carrera artística de cinco décadas.
Beginning March 21, Americas Society will host the exhibition The Metropolis in Latin America,1830–1930, a leading feature of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, which explores Latino and Latin American art across 70 cultural institutions in Southern California.
Americas Society's new exhibition explores the impact that a century of accelerated urbanization as well as political and social transformations had in the architectural landscapes of six Latin American capitals.