It's Throwback Thursday! And we at Eye Level have decided it's a great opportunity to bring back some of our interesting posts from the past. This Monday we will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Curator E.
Exhibition: Our America
Curatorial assistant Florencia Bazzano-Nelson recaps Latino Art Now!
We've been really busy getting everything ready and are excited to announce that the exhib
Dawn Planas, a graduate conservation student at Buffalo State College, and an intern in the Lunder Conservation Center's objects lab, recently assisted with a treatment of Pepón Osorio's
Latino art is commonly associated with the most recognizable cultural groups with deep roots in the United States--Chicanos, Puerto Ricans and Cuban Americans. However in recent decades artists with ties to other national-origin groups have become increasingly visible. The Washington, D.C.
E. Carmen Ramos became the Smithsonian American Art Museum's curator of Latino art last fall. Now that she's had a chance to get settled, we caught up with her to ask about her interests and the rich holdings of Latino art in the museum's permanent collection.