waterweavers: the river in contemporary columbian visual and material culture

on view april 11 to august 10, 2014 at bard graduate center in new york

“using the trope of the river as a conceptual device to explore the intersections in colombian contemporary culture between art, craft, and design, waterweavers reveals the intricate ways in which culture and nature can intertwine across disciplines. curated by josé roca, estrellita b. brodsky adjunct curator of latin american art at tate modern and artistic director of FLORA ars+natura in bogotá, with the assistance of independent writer and editor alejandro martín, the exhibition presents textiles, ceramics, graphic design, furniture, video, and installations to address a concept informed by social, political, and ecological strife in colombia: the river.” 

for more information: http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/main-gallery.html