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5 Questions with Ana María Reyes

Art historian Ana María Reyes discusses the importance of reception and institutional framing in understanding works of art and identifies key moments of Colombian art history that require further research. She goes on to argue for curatorial freedom in exhibition making, regardless of a particular work's local context, in this video interview.

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Ana María Reyes

Assistant Professor of Latin American Art Boston University Ana María Reyes (PhD University of Chicago) is Assistant Professor in Latin American art history at Boston University and is the former Santander Visiting Scholar at... Read more »
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5 Questions with Ana María Reyes

Art historian Ana María Reyes discusses the importance of reception and institutional framing in understanding works of art and identifies key moments of Colombian art history that require further research. She goes on to argue for curatorial freedom in exhibition making, regardless of a particular work's local context, in this video interview.

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Art historian Ana María Reyes discusses the importance of reception and institutional framing in understanding works of art and identifies key moments of Colombian art history that require further research. She goes on to argue for curatorial freedom in exhibition making, regardless of a particular work's local context, in this video interview.

5 Questions with Ana María Reyes

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