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Regina José Galindo: Talk on Art, Gender, Migration

Sanford Hall

Regina José Galindo is one of the most prominent Latin American performance artists today. In 2005, she won the Golden Lion for the Best Young Artist at the Venice Biennale. Since 1996, she has presented performances in her native Guatemala as well as around the world. Her work has been included in several international contemporary art exhibitions. Galindo’s powerful use of her body to create metaphors and symbols engages the viewer with universal themes on gender, political and structural violence, race, migration and environmental exploitation. Refreshments provided. 

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