Srđan Tunić

art historian, freelance curator, cultural manager and researcher

“ENTRE PALABRA E IMAGEN: Galería de pensamiento de Gloria Anzaldúa” reseña/review (2016)

The following review was made regarding the exhibition “ENTRE PALABRA E IMAGEN: Galería de pensamiento de Gloria Anzaldúa”, that took place in la Casa de Cultura de la UAMéx en Tlalpan in Mexico City, April 2016. The review – both in Spanish and English – is published in online magazine Hysteria! and could be read here. More info about the expo and opening program you can find here.

I would specially like to thank: Valerie Leibold and Alejandra Gorráez Puga from MANU(EL)(LA) for helping me with translations in both languages, Nina Höchtl from Traducciones Descolonizadoras for suggesting the idea and Liz Misterio from Hysteria! for accepting the review for publishing.

All photos in this post by: ST.

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This entry was posted on 12/05/2016 by in izložbe / exhibitions, tekstovi / texts, umetnost / art and tagged , , .


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