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This lecture offers an unprecedented approach to women’s role as a modernizing force in Cuban society. Led by Aldeide Delgado, Director and Founder of the Women Photographers International Archive, it focuses on the scenario marked by the existence of the Photographic Club of Cuba, between 1935 and 1962. Delgado will [...]

Following two inspiring international conferences about the role of women photographers held at Tate Modern in April 2015 and National Gallery of Art in Lithuania in 2017, we are hosting the third conference at Tate Modern in autumn 2019. Through a mix of call for papers and invited speakers, [...]

Border Identities: Uses of the Alter Ego in Latinx Art

27 September, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+0

Latin America’s rich cultural heritage is made of countless languages, cultural identities, and communities of people who coalesce endlessly, multiculturalism defies categorization. In the United States today Latinx, Hispanics, Latinos, Chicanos, Mexicans, Cubans, Colombians, Argentinians, Puerto Ricans and an endless number of other nationalities, affiliation, races, associations, identifications, and [...]

Uncovering a Hidden History. Women Photographers in Cuba. Part I

Uncovering a Hidden History – Women Photographers in Cuba The advent of the Republic of Cuba on May 20, 1902, led to the questioning of some existing paradigms of femininity. The involvement of women in the struggles for independence during the colonial period, their advancement during World War I, [...]

Uncovering a Hidden History. Women Photographers in Cuba. Part II

Uncovering a Hidden History, Part II - Women Photographers in Cuba The triumph of the Revolution on January 1, 1959 signaled a change in the political, economic, social, and cultural order of the country. Until then, the island had witnessed increasing numbers of women photographers, especially those who were [...]

Hacia una tradición de fotógrafas en Cuba: Un siglo en retrospectiva

Hacia una tradición de fotógrafas en Cuba: Un siglo en retrospectiva El advenimiento de La República el 20 de mayo de 1902 supuso el cuestionamiento de algunos de los paradigmas existentes en torno a la feminidad. La incorporación de las mujeres a las luchas independentistas durante el período colonial, [...]

Uncovering a Hidden History. Women Photographers in Cuba. Part I

Uncovering a Hidden History – Women Photographers in Cuba The advent of the Republic of Cuba on May 20, 1902, led to the questioning of some existing paradigms of femininity. The involvement of women in the struggles for independence during the colonial period, their advancement during World War I, [...]

Uncovering a Hidden History. Women Photographers in Cuba. Part II

Uncovering a Hidden History, Part II - Women Photographers in Cuba The triumph of the Revolution on January 1, 1959 signaled a change in the political, economic, social, and cultural order of the country. Until then, the island had witnessed increasing numbers of women photographers, especially those who were [...]

Hacia una tradición de fotógrafas en Cuba: Un siglo en retrospectiva

Hacia una tradición de fotógrafas en Cuba: Un siglo en retrospectiva El advenimiento de La República el 20 de mayo de 1902 supuso el cuestionamiento de algunos de los paradigmas existentes en torno a la feminidad. La incorporación de las mujeres a las luchas independentistas durante el período colonial, [...]

This lecture offers an unprecedented approach to women’s role as a modernizing force in Cuban society. Led by Aldeide Delgado, Director and Founder of the Women Photographers International Archive, it focuses on the scenario marked by the existence of the Photographic Club of Cuba, between 1935 and 1962. Delgado will [...]

Following two inspiring international conferences about the role of women photographers held at Tate Modern in April 2015 and National Gallery of Art in Lithuania in 2017, we are hosting the third conference at Tate Modern in autumn 2019. Through a mix of call for papers and invited speakers, [...]

Border Identities: Uses of the Alter Ego in Latinx Art

27 September, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+0

Latin America’s rich cultural heritage is made of countless languages, cultural identities, and communities of people who coalesce endlessly, multiculturalism defies categorization. In the United States today Latinx, Hispanics, Latinos, Chicanos, Mexicans, Cubans, Colombians, Argentinians, Puerto Ricans and an endless number of other nationalities, affiliation, races, associations, identifications, and [...]

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