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.
Learn about Americas Society's upcoming exhibition exploring the transformation of six Latin American capitals from colonial cities into monumental republican metropolises.