In this 5 Questions video, professor Edward Sullivan reminds us that the Caribbean is a cultural space that exceeds its geographic borders and that has been global well before our current understanding of globality. Here are some thoughts about how to approach this region, from a contemporary, art historical perspective.
Art historian Ana María Reyes discusses the importance of reception and institutional framing in understanding works of art and identifies key moments of Colombian art history.
Curator Carolina Ponce de León discusses Colombian art history, describing how Conceptual art of the late 70s in Colombia differed from similar practices in South America.
Art historian, theorist, critic, and museum activist Gustavo Buntinx, answers C-MAP’s 5 Questions, from a Peruvian and Latin American perspective, and challenges us to prevent the normalization of difference in the visual arts.