REDCAT & SPACE Present Abstraction

November 6, 2015 — 1 Comment
REDCAT & SPACE present Abstraction and the Everyday in Latin American Art, which hosts distinguished Latin American artists Emilio Chapela, Rubén Ortiz-Torres and Mariángeles Soto-Díaz in conversation and moderated bySPACE Art Collection Chief Curator Cecilia Fajardo-Hill along with REDCAT Gallery Director and Curator Ruth Estévez.
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This discussion is part of Abstraction in Action, a series of events on the subject of Contemporary Abstraction and its relevance across cultures, focusing in particular on Latin America, created through the SPACE Art Collection, which is housed at newly-debuted SPACE Headquarters in Irvine, California and is an integral division of SPACE, a visionary platform that unites entrepreneurship, art and technology. SPACE Art Collection is the only collection in the United States focused on post 1990s Latin American Abstraction and is committed to inspiring and expanding the understanding of Latin American Abstraction within the global context.

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WHAT: REDCAT & SPACE present Abstraction
WHEN: November 17, 2015 | 8:30 pm
WHERE: 631 West 2nd Street | Los Angeles, CA 90012

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CONTACT INFO: (213) 237-2800

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One response to REDCAT & SPACE Present Abstraction

  1. 

    Sounds very interesting!

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