Sat, 11 May|
Tate Modern - Female artists of Latin America
This event has two time slots (11 am and 2:30 pm). Please select your prefered time at the end of your booking process.
Time & Location
11 May 2019, 11:00
Tate Modern, Tate Modern, London SE1, UK
About The Event
Join us in this class where we will explore Tate Modern's collection of female Latin American artists of the 60-80's; women who fought to be seen in an art world dominated by men, expressing their political views to the world and manifesting a particular woman gaze, that hadn't been seen before. Sarcasm, embodiment, abstraction and social critique were some of the tools they employed to break through the strict social structures that controlled the Latin American art industry of the time.
You will see the work of artists such as Ana Mendieta, Olga de Amaral, Lygia Clark, Liliana Porter and Gego, among many others.
Enjoy a glass of great Spanish wine at the end of the tour.
RSVP without drinks
Enjoy a great glass of Spanish wine at the end of the tour. Students, under 26 and unemployed
Concessions without drinks
Students, under 26 and unemployed