MEMORIAS Y RESISTENCIAS: MUJERES | ARTISTAS| HISTORIAS AFROLATINAS Y CARIBEÑAS

Hans Wimmer, Baile a la orilla del mar. Imagen cortesía del Archivo Wimmer Lutz Instruments of Memory y el Museo de las Mujeres Costa Rica presenta MEMORIAS Y RESISTENCIAS: MUJERES | ARTISTAS| HISTORIAS AFROLATINAS Y CARIBEÑAS, un proyecto curatorial que reúne investigaciones de Claudia Mandel Katz (Argentina-Costa Rica), Adriana Palomo (Argentina), Claudia Pretelin (México-Estados Unidos) y Sussy Vargas Alvarado (Costa Rica), cuatro historiadoras latinoamericanas cuyo trabajo para esta exposición se centra en un enfoque integrado de género, uniendo distintas latitudes a través de una misma temática. Esta muestra virtual incluye…

MY DEAR AMERICANS: AN INTERVIEW WITH ILEANA DOBLE HERNÁNDEZ

Ileana Doble Hernández and I have crossed similar paths but haven’t met yet. We both lived in Monterrey, Mexico, and Rochester, New York without knowing each other. We both left the northern state of Mexico due to the increasing violence and while she moved north to the US, I went back to the capital of Mexico. Although the chances to meet should have increased during our period living in New York, at the time we were both getting ready to leave again.  In 2019, a year after moving to Los…

HOLDING AND BEING HELD: A CONVERSATION WITH ANNE LEIGHTON MASSONI

Anne Leighton Massoni while traveling in Puglia, Italy 2021 Anne Leighton Massoni has a theory: she believes everyone’s fifth birthday looks practically the same photographically, yet when it’s our fifth birthday, the images conjure the unique experience of memory and time.  Her theory is a tangible thread, one she pulls throughout her practice. As a maker and a storyteller, Massoni explores the space between truth and fiction, the place between revealing and holding secret. Using created images in conjunction with found imagery, Massoni reimagines stories we experience yet cannot express.…