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Streamed live on Nov 3, 2017
This symposium highlights new scholarship about Rufino Tamayo and other important exchanges between Mexican and U.S. artists during the twentieth century. Together panelists explore the inter-American dynamics during the Cold War; forums of crosscultural exchange; and the fertile interactions between Chicano and Mexican art and artists. Deputy Chief Curator E. Carmen Ramos offers the keynote address followed by scholars including Jennifer Josten, University of Pittsburgh; Anna Indych-López, The City College of New York; Fabiola Martínez Rodríguez, St. Louis University, Madrid; Breanne Robertson, Marine Corps University; and Monica Bravo, Yale University.