Tamayo: The NY Years Symposium

This symposium highlights new scholarship about Rufino Tamayo and other important exchanges between Mexican and U.S. artists during the twentieth century. Together panelists explore the inter-American dynamics during the Cold War; forums of crosscultural exchange; and the fertile interactions between Chicano and Mexican art and artists. Deputy Chief Curator E. Carmen Ramos offers the keynote address followed by scholars including Jennifer Josten, University of Pittsburgh; Anna Indych-López, The City College of New York; Fabiola Martínez Rodríguez, St. Louis University, Madrid; Breanne Robertson, Marine Corps University; and Monica Bravo, Yale University.