• Nicolás Robbio, Untitled, 2003

    Nicolás Robbio, Untitled, 2003

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22 April 2005 - 24 April 2005

The April 2005 conference Four Lines: Creation. Collection. Education. Exhibition launched UECLAA Online, and situate the project in relation to aspects of the rapidly expanding field of theory and practice that comes under the rubric Latin American Art.

The first session Collection & Exhibition brings together a group of senior curators representing five internationally recognised collections :

Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro (Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art)

Beverly Adams (The Halle Collection)

Hans Herzog (Daros)

Rafael Romero (Coleccion Cisneros)

Cuauhtémoc Medina (Tate)

The second session Art History & Educational Practice addresses pedagogy and historiography:

Taina Caragol (MoMA New York)

Michael Asbury (TrAIN Research Centre, University of the Arts London)

Luis Camnitzer (State University of New York)

Moderated by Oriana Baddeley, Research Director, Camberwell College of Arts

The final session The Latin American Artist in International Practice focuses on how artists both work and are represented within local, national and international contexts:

Maria Clara Bernal (Universidad de los Andes)

Ana Sokoloff (Christie's New York)

Jaime Gili (artist)

Virginia Pérez Ratton (TEOR/ética)

Eduardo Brandao (Galeria Vermelho)

Four Lines also keys into our evolving relationship with Colchester arts organisation firstsite. UECLAA OnLine will be formally launched at the opening of the conference in the firstsite gallery, where the first solo exhibition in Europe by São Paulo based artist Nicolas Robbio will be on view.

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