april, 2021

07apr2:00 PM3:00 PMFeaturedRace and Mexican Art of the Late Colonial and Early National PeriodsLatin American and Iberian Institute Lecture with Ray Hernández-Durán

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In this talk, Ray Hernández-Durán, Ph.D., Professor of Art History and Museum Studies, Department of Art: Studio History Education, will focus on a transitional period in Mexican art history, 1750-1850, and explore the role of the Academy of San Carlos in shaping Mexican art production. By looking at the academy in Mexico City during this period, we can trace how the image of the Indian was transformed and the Black subject gradually erased as the colonial period came to an end and independent Mexico emerged.

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Time

apr 7 (wednesday) 2:00pm - apr 7 (wednesday) 3:00pm

Location

Zoom

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Image Credit

Rafael Ximeno y Planes,

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