The Disappeared Exhibition at SITE Santa Fe (2006)

Nicolás Guagnini, 30,000, 1998-2005, Vinyl decal on armature, 10 x 10 x 10 ft. Courtesy of the artist. Installation in front of SITE Santa Fe.SITE Santa Fe received support for the presentation of the exhibition The Disappeared on loan from the North Dakota Museum of Art. The Disappeared features 23 works by living artists from South America who, over the course of the last thirty years, have made art about Los Desaparecidos, or the disappeared. In conjunction with the exhibition, SITE has invited artists Luis Camnitzer (Uruguay) and Nicolás Guagnini (Argentina) to participate in community dialogues about their work and curator Mari-Carmen Ramirez to give a lecture on 20th century Latin American political art. This exhibition is the anchor of a citywide presentation on themes from The Disappeared and will be on view from October 11, 2007 to January 20, 2008.

Photo: Nicolás Guagnini, 30,000, 1998-2005, Vinyl decal on armature, 10 x 10 x 10 ft. Courtesy of the artist. Installation in front of SITE Santa Fe.

2006
SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Disappeared Exhibition


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