In this 5 Questions interview architect and artist Simón Hosie reflects on the changing dynamics of architecture in Colombia today, focusing on qualities such as context, the human element, and sustainability. Hosie emphasizes a shift toward valuing local needs and culture over international trends.
Artist and art historian Camilo Leyva considers how the practices of artists in the 1960s opened up many paths for contemporary artists in Colombia today.
José Roca examines institutional and social interaction with Latin American Art as a genre. He considers the development of Latin American cultural movements in relation to lagging North American and European artistic growth.
Artist, writer, and educator Lucas Ospina thoughtfully approaches the promotion of Latin American art much like, he says, any good translator who knows that certain information cannot be translated accurately.