Corporal: Contemporary Women Artists from Latin America
Schmidt Center Gallery
October 25, 2003 - January 24, 2004
Artists in the Exhibition: Giannina Coppiano Dwin, Guest Curator. Margarita Cabrera, Janneth Mendez, Sandra Cinto, Liliana Porter, Ana Patricia Palacios, Sandra Bermudez, Eugenia Vargas, Mocia Van Asperen, Silvia Gruner, Delcy Morelos, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Larissa Maragnoni, Sandra Ramos.
"CORPORAL" presented a group of artists who employ the body, either human or animal, as a departing point in their work. Through traditional representation and conceptual presentations of human and animal metaphors, the artists explore life, death, art and social/political issues. Reflecting geographic, cultural and aesthetic diversity, their views are expressed in ways that move from the erotic to the ascetic, from the poetic to the humorous. The works in "CORPORAL" represented a wide range of artistic practice in contemporary art. The exhibition included several mixed media works as well as painting, photography, video, sculpture and installation.
Images (clockwise from top left): Two installation view of the Schmidt Center Gallery; Elaina Poniatowska, greets audience members at lecture for the opening of CORPORAL. Her lecture was presented in collaboration with FAU's Latin American Studies Program.; installation view of the Schmidt Center Gallery.
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