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Julia Herzberg in conversation with Catalina Parra

After presenting during a C-MAP Latin America session at MoMA, artist Catalina Parra joined independent critic and curator Julia Herzberg for a conversation about her work. Herzberg, long-time researcher of Parra's production, conducted an interview that went from politics to education and from Chile to Germany, with occasional stops in New York and Buenos Aires. Art under dictatorship, Fluxus, and Feminism seem to coalesce in Parra's pieces, some of which are discussed in detail during this encounter that we now share with post readers.

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Julia Herzberg

Independent Curator and Critic Art Historian, Independent Curator, and Fulbright Senior Specialist Julia’s work is centered on the research, scholarship, and cultural production of artistic practices... Read more »
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Catalina Parra

Artist Catalina Parra is a political artist, educator, and intellectual whose career now spans five decades. Her influence both within and beyond the art community is... Read more »
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Julia Herzberg in conversation with Catalina Parra

After presenting during a C-MAP Latin America session at MoMA, artist Catalina Parra joined independent critic and curator Julia Herzberg for a conversation about her work. Herzberg, long-time researcher of Parra's production, conducted an interview that went from politics to education and from Chile to Germany, with occasional stops in New York and Buenos Aires. Art under dictatorship, Fluxus, and Feminism seem to coalesce in Parra's pieces, some of which are discussed in detail during this encounter that we now share with post readers.

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After presenting during a C-MAP Latin America session at MoMA, artist Catalina Parra joined independent critic and curator Julia Herzberg for a conversation about her work. Herzberg, long-time researcher of Parra's production, conducted an interview that went from politics to education and from Chile to Germany, with occasional stops in New York and Buenos Aires. Art under dictatorship, Fluxus, and Feminism seem to coalesce in Parra's pieces, some of which are discussed in detail during this encounter that we now share with post readers.

Julia Herzberg in conversation with Catalina Parra

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