Meeting at the DePaul Art Museum | Link to Register: https://www.artencounter.org/winter-series
Join us for our Winter Series this January and February! During the coldest time of year, stay warm in the comfort of your own home and meet us on Zoom to investigate work by recently recognized female artists from the twentieth century. Then, in February, join us in person to explore two exhibits featuring artists from different regions in the Americas, focusing first on women artists from South America and the Caribbean at the DePaul Museum and then on artists from the Caribbean diaspora at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Our first in-person session of Night Visions will meet at the DePaul Art Museum to discover the work of four Latinx artists who combine their interior imaginations with exterior landscapes to explore concepts of identity. The artists, María Berrío (Colombian, b. 1982), Joiri Minaya (Dominican-United Statesian, b. 1990), Rosana Paulino (Brazilian, b. 1967), and Kelly Sinnapah Mary (Indo-Guadeloupean, b. 1981), push the boundaries of figuration in bold large-scale artworks stressing female imagery to talk about their personal and collective history.
Image Credit: Container #7 by Joiri Minaya