Date/Time: 12/05/2006 12:00 am
A short slide talk by Pedro Lasch followed by a discussion with Anna Indych-López and Robert Courtney Smith. Introduced and moderated by Alyshia Gálvez.
Friday, May 12th, 6 -8 pm
King Juan Carlos Center, New York University, 53 Washington Square South
Free & Open to the Public, Reception to Follow
Co-presented with The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, NYU.
This event consists of a short slide presentation of recent works by Mexican artist Pedro Lasch, followed by a discussion with scholars Anna Indych-López and Robert Smith. While referring to specific artworks, the discussion will focus on its relationship to broader topics such as art and globalization, the aesthetics and politics of migrations, as well as U.S. – Latin America relations.
The talk is organized in conjunction with the exhibition Open Routines: Recents
Works by Pedro Lasch (1999-2006) on view at the Queens Museum of Art from March 12th to July 9th, 2006. All works discussed during the talk will be on view at the QMA. For more information visit: