Topic Descriptor: assimilation×
  • [Lecture, DePaul University, Chicago ]
    Suaréz, Bibiana, 1960-
    In this lecture, the artist Bibiana Suarez recounts how a student's question prompted her to consider her own reasons for producing art; including the motivation of greed, which, although ostensibly negative, she considers as a motivator. Suarez [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 867458

  • Los movimientos artísticos en las metrópolis internacionales y su influencia en la sociedad y el arte caribeños
    Martorell, Antonio, 1939-
    The Puerto Rican artist Antonio Martorell reports that the Caribbean art community currently receives a great deal of information that used to be hard to find. This prevents the Caribbean artist from being totally isolated. Martorell advocates [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 822599

  • El acceso a las corrientes mayoritarias del arte
    Camnitzer, Luis
    Uruguayan critic Luis Camnitzer asserts that access to mainstream trends in art, let alone success on the art market, is difficult for artists from oppressed cultures. In his view, the colonized believe that the passage from a subordinate to a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 805271

  • Telling Images Bracket the "Broken-Promise(d) Land": The Culture of Immigration and the Immigration of Culture across Borders
    Sorell, V. A. (Victor A.)
    Victor Alejandro Sorell’s essay is a comprehensive study addressing more than one hundred twentieth-century Chicano and Mexican artists and collectives active between the 1960s and 1990s, including film and performance practitioners and activists, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 782784

  • [Personal statement, Art Institute of Chicago’s Betty Rymer Gallery]
    Suaréz, Bibiana, 1960-
    In this text, artist Bibiana Suarez’s makes a personal statement about her experience as a self-imposed Puerto Rican exile in Chicago, her negotiations of living “on the edge of two cultures,” and her artistic exploration of feelings of loss, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 782119

  • Domino / Dominó
    Suaréz, Bibiana, 1960-
    The author discusses her installation entitled Domino/Dominó wherein she used the principles of the domino game as an organizing structure for visual images exploring her own experience of acculturation as a Puerto Rican living in the United States [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 782103