Unscripted Bal Harbour hosts a series of annual art chats that explore topics pertinent to commissioning public art projects and exhibiting in the public sphere. The program brings art experts including curators, artists, architects and designers from around the world to Miami with the aim of fostering critical dialogue that is both timely and accessible to members of the art community.
Pablo León de la Barra, the UBS MAP curator of Latin American art at the Guggenheim Museum inNew York will be speaking to Tania Bruguera (b. 1968, L’Avana), Cuba’s most renowned contemporary installation and performance artist, having worked together this year as part of the exhibition “Under the same sun: Latin America art today” at the Guggenheim Museum.
León de la Barra and Bruguera‘s conversation will address her work The Francis Effect, a performance where the artist and her collaborators collected signatures on postcards addressed to Pope Francis that endorse his supportive stance toward immigrants, among others.
- Unscripted Art Chat