Tuesday 31 January at 7:30pm London
In this webinar we will discuss the story behind three formidable friendships that dramatically changed the course of Art History from Latin America.
Tarsila do Amaral & Anita Malfatti
Two oustanding brazilian artists who ignited modernism in Brazil.
Poet Gabriela Mistral and artist Laura Rodig
whose love and friendship transformed the chilean art scene and revolutionised art education and gender rights in the country.
Leonor Fini & Leonora Carrington
whose relationship before and after World War II devoured the surrealist narrative and emancipated female expression within the art world
Thank you so much!! Excellent talk full of knowledge and passion!! Looking forward to the course!!
This webinar was truly incredible. Not only did I enjoy it a lot, but I also learned a lot. I deeply congratulate your work and effort with the webinar. It was so fun, and as an art historian interested in Latin American Art is not easy to find good quality information about these artists. Thank you all!
Thank you it was fantastic
Great work!!! Thanks a lot, wonderful stories…about women in art!!! Good for us!!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the webinar live?
Yes, it will be on Tuesday 31 January at 7:30pm London (GMT)
What happens if I miss it?
Don't worry, the webinar will be recorded so you can watch it later. Don't forget to sign up so you receive the recording.
Will there be a chance to ask questions during the webinar?
Yes of course, each section will have its own Q&A so you can ask as many questions as you want about this artists
Do I need to have any knowledge of art history to enjoy this webinar?
No, this masterclass is made for anyone who is interested in listening and learning about great artists, their relationships and how they transformed the art world.
Is this webinar also available in Spanish?
Yes, all you need to do is change the website's language or click here. Note that the dates for the webinar in Spanish are different.
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.