February 8, 2005 - The Museum of Modern Art, New York - Argentine Art: A Panel Discussion and an Anthology from MoMA
February 8, 2005

Argentine Art: A Panel Discussion and an Anthology from MoMA

Alberto Greco. Vito dito series. 1962. Courtesy Lourdes Castro, Archives KWY. Photograph by Rene Bertholo. Buenos Aires: Words, Images, and Frontiers in Art from the Glittering Sixties.

Argentine Art: A Panel Discussion and an Anthology from MoMA
A presentation of the anthology Listen, Here, Now! Argentine Art of the 1960s: Writings of the Avant-Garde
Tuesday, February 15, 2005: 7:30 pm

The Museum of Modern Art
The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY 10019

www.moma.org

In recent writings and exhibitions on postwar art, the Argentine avant-garde has emerged as one of the most vital and original of the 1960s. Just published by MoMA, Listen, Here, Now! surveys the development of performance art, media art, and political art in Argentina during that extraordinarily fertile and dynamic period. The speakers at this event discuss the key figures and events and place them in context for an international audience.

Panelists
LUIS CAMNITZER, Artist and Curator, New York
ANDREA GIUNTA, Professor of contemporary Latin American art, University of Buenos Aires
INES KATZENSTEIN, Editor of Listen, Here, Now!; Curator at Malba-Coleccion Costantini, Buenos Aires
MARTA MINUJIN, Artist, Buenos Aires

This event is made possible by The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art and is organized by the Museum’s International Program.

Tickets are available at the lobby information desk and the Film and Media desk.

For further information please call (212) 708-9476.
Listen, Here, Now! Argentine Art in the 1960s. Writings of the Avant-Garde
Edited by Ines Katzenstein and, in part, by Andrea Giunta
95 illustrations; 304 pages (2004); paperback
Available Now. Published by The Museum of Modern Art
Listen, Here, Now! is the first book to explore the intense, internationally significant developments in Argentine art of the 1960s through English translations of the original documents of the time. An anthology of invaluable primary source material on the development of performance art, media art, and political art in Argentina, it includes key essays by two of the most brilliant Argentine art critics of the period, Jorge Romero Brest and Oscar Masotta, and many texts by artists: manifestos, letters, lectures, and project notes.

The publication was generously sponsored by The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. Additional support was provided by Nelly Arrieta de Blaquier, Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, Emilio Ambasz, Eduardo Costantini and Malba-Coleccion Costantini, Mauro and Luz Herlitzka, Fundacion Espigas, and Diana and Rafael Vinoly.

The publication is the second in a series of documentary anthologies initiated by the Museum’s International Program, the first of which was Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s, published in 2002.

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