Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Turns and Directions
Changes in the Arts of Central America's
Spanish-Speaking Nations and Panama
During and After the 1950s 
Through November 19

Twenty-seven paintings, drawings, and prints drawn from the collections of the
Art Museum of the Americas of the OAS and the Inter-American Development Bank
This exhibit is one of several smaller exhibits that is part of About Change, an exploration of Latin American art from the second half of the 20th century with multiple venues around Washington, DC.

Organized by the World  Bank Art Program, in association with the IDB Cultural Center and others, About Change's main exhibit opens in 2011 and focuses on the arts produced in Latin America and the Caribbean during the last decade through the works of artists 35 years of age or younger, who explore changes brought about by economic globalization and information technology. 

The current exhibit creates a context against which changes over the last ten years can be gauged.  

Monday - Friday, 11:00am - 6:00pm
There is no charge to see the exhibit or for the catalogue

IDB Cultural Center
Inter-American Development Bank
1300 New York Avenue, NW

Metro:  Metro Center, 13th Street exit

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