Gisela McDaniel, Created for Such a Time as This, 2020. Oil on panel, plant and shell from subjects, resin, found object, and sound, 50 × 60 × 5 1/2 inches (127 × 152.4 × 14 cm). Courtesy the artist and Pilar Corrias, London. Photo by Clare Gatto. © Gisela McDaniel
This virtual event is held on Zoom. Pre-registration is required.
Join Graduate Student Lecturer Kevin Salazar for a virtual discussion of A Place for Me: Figurative Painting Now. Deepen your understanding of some of the artists, their artistic practices, and exhibition themes through guided close looking and discussion. Pre-registered program participants will receive a link to the discussion on Zoom by email from the ICA. We recommend accessing Zoom from your computer or tablet for a better experience.
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About our Graduate Student Lecturer
Kevin Salazar (they/them) is a Graduate Student Lecturer at the ICA. They are currently pursuing a degree in Global Contemporary Art at Tufts University. In their research, they explore the artistic production of Latinx Diasporas in Germany. Proudly hailing from Huntington Park, California, Kevin is dedicated to expanding the reach of art spaces so they are welcoming and accessible, actively decenter whiteness, are equitable to all, and most importantly better serve and reflect the communities they have historically excluded.
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