200 Years of Latin/American Identity in the Instituto Cervantes New York

Bicentenario Iberoamericano / Council de las Americas (BI-COA) is an art exhibit featuring the greatest living masters from the Americas, Europe and Asia to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Cortes of Cadiz. Art serves as a means of vision, connection and identity. The works presented by the artists propose a vision that inspires a cultural dialogue that explores individual differences but also a shared culture.

monica sarmiento© Monica Sarmiento Castillo

The artists José María Yturralde (Spain) and Monica Sarmiento Castillo (Ecuador/Spain) will present their works in the tradition of the Constructivist Movement and more specifically the Three-Dimentionalist work.

Source: Instituto Cervantes New York
Title of the exhibition: 200 Years of Latin/American Identity in Instituto Cervantes New York
By: Instituto Cervantes y CosmoArte Siglo XXV Galerry
Date: 4th until 26th or Abril 2013
Place: Instituto Cervantes New York
City: New York
Country: United States


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