in 4 days
This virtual seminar given by Francisco José García Pérez (Universitat de les Illes Balears) is the second in AGENART’s new series on queenship, art, and material culture.
In this in-person lecture at the Meadows Museum, Ian Hancock (University of Texas, Austin) will provide an overview of the history, language, and culture of the Romani people and their lives in Spain since their first arrival in the fifteenth century.
This focused exhibition at the Hispanic Society Museum & Library explores Pablo Picasso’s interpretation of and response to Spanish literature.
This exhibition at the Frist Art Museum features highlights from LACMA’s collection –including textiles, paintings and decorative arts– offering a lucid alternative to traditional interpretations of art from the so-called New World.
This exhibition brings together 27 rarely-seen paintings by Joaquín Sorolla from private collections in the United States, many of which will be displayed in a public museum for the first time.
This exhibition at the Hispanic Society brings together a selection of works from the museum’s permanent collection that celebrates the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, Goa, and the Philippines.
This exhibition at the Americas Society is the first of a two-part group exhibition exploring the legend of El Dorado as a foundational myth of the Americas. It presents artworks by more than sixty artists from the pre-Hispanic period to the contemporary era.
This focused exhibition at the Syracuse University Art Museum focuses on select moments in global histories from the ninth through the nineteenth centuries.