Art class with Daniela Galán: "Latin American Art: Art & Drinks" - 30th March
Art class with Daniela Galán:
"Latin American Art: Art & Drinks"
Saturday 30 March 2019, 2:30pm - 6:30pm
Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1 9TG
Join us for an incredible afternoon of #Art&Drinks whilst we discover the Tate Modern's collection of Latin American Art.
After they had shattered the confines of European modernity, they conceived a new visual language, forging what we today have come to dismissively call Latin American Art. Discover Cildo Meireles, Fernel Franco, Helio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Sandra Gamarra, Doris Salcedo, Tania Bruguera, Carlos Cruz Diez, Jesus Rafael Soto and many others.
Starting with a 90 minute tour around the gallery, we will discover and explore the life and works of the many radical artists the Tate's outstanding collection has to offer. There will be time to talk and discuss along the way, ensuring you enjoy the best experience. We will finish the afternoon with a refreshing glass of wine served nearby; the perfect opportunity to meet likeminded people like yourself. What more could you ask for? #Art&Drinks.
Daniela Galán is a Colombian artist and art historian from Goldsmiths University. She is also a former lawyer and philosopher of Los Andes University, with a five-year background in education and corporate training. As an art historian, she has concentrated her research in Latin American art history, exploring the concept of nature (what is natural and unnatural in Art) and how this concept has been constructed through historical and political influences.
£55 including a £20 donation to Children Change Colombia and one glass of wine or beer
*This is a private independent event not organized by the Tate Modern.