In this class, you will learn about one of the first artists to revalue the black aesthetic in Latin America and use it to transform European modernism from within. Despite being considered the ‘Picasso of Latin America’, you will learn how different he actually was, with his own unique and groundbreaking artistic proposals.
En esta clase aprenderás sobre uno de los primeros artistas en revalorar la estética negra en America Latina, usandola igualmente para transformar el modernismo europeo desde dentro. Aunque fue considered como el "Picasso de América Latina", aprenderás no solo el problema de esta categoría sino que tan únicas e innovadoras fueron sus propuestas.
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About the lecturer
Daniela Galan is the founder and director of Amalgama. She is a registered lecturer at the Arts Society in the United Kingdom and has over 17 years of research in art history and philosophy. She has focused her investigation on artists from Latin America, especially female artists whose work remains underrepresented within the art industry. This was the founding purpose of Amalgama, which led her to curate numerous exhibitions, forums and publications since its inception in 2018.