This group aims to stablish a discussion on how itinerary exhibitions have served as a platform to write Art History in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. It is proposed to reflect on the practical, political and conceptual limitations of panoramic and historical exhibitions, and seeking alternatives to the dichotomy between national exhibitions generated in the south and those produced in other geographies.
How the notions of "Latin American art", "Spanish art" or "Portuguese art" are useful in programming and making circulate exhibitions in our institutions? Is this regional perspective a framework that allows an effective artistic circulation? How to transform or revise this perspective?
Moacir dos Anjos, Curator at the Joaquim Nabuco Foundation, Recife
Antonio Franco, Director of Iberoamerican Museum of Contemporary Art of Extremadura (MEIAC), Badajoz
Ann Gallagher, Head of Collections (British Art) at TATE, London
José Miguel G. Cortés, Director of Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM), Valencia
Chema González, Head of Cultural Activities at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid
Lola Hinojosa, Curator of Permorming Arts and Intermedia at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid
Sharon Lerner, Curator at the Museum of Art of Lima (MALI), Lima
Fionn Meade, Senior Curator of Cross-Disciplinary Platforms at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Fernando López, Coordinator of Travelling Exhibitions at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid
Manuel Olveira, Director of Museum Contemporary Art of Castilla y León, León
Dirk Snauwaert, Director of WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Bruselas
Diana B. Wechsler, Deputy Director of the MUNTREF, Buenos Aires
Benjamin Weil, Director of Centro Botín, Santander
João Fernandes, Deputy Director at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid