Remains-Tomorrow. Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction

Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Editor
Work included in Remains–Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction. The publication offers a thought-provoking perspective on the dynamic field of contemporary abstraction in Latin America. 

https://hutchinsonmodern.com/publications/146-remains-tomorrow-themes-in-contemporary-latin-american/

Archives of the Tympanum, 2022

A selection of works from the series of paintings Dimension Five (1969-74) were on view at the Hessel Museum of Art and the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, from April 2 through May 29, 2022.  These large-scale monochromatic paintings were accompanied by audio recordings of the interviews conducted for the exhibition by its curator, Laura Hakel, with me. The exhibition, titled Archives of the Tympanum, was part of Interference, the overall title of the 2022 Thesis Exhibitions of the Center for Curatorial Studies. Archives of the Tympanum included drawings by Rita Ponce de León.
 

American Abstract Artists (AAA) Member Interviews, 2021

The American Abstract Artists has produced this short video profile as part of an ongoing series of AAA Member Interviews. Shot & edited by Christian Nguyen

The Brooklyn Rail - Zoom conversation with Ann McCoy & Alex Bacon, 2021

Artist joins Brooklyn Rail Editor-at-Large Ann McCoy and art historian Alex Bacon for a Zoom conversation.

Raquel Rabinovich: "Portals", 2021

The exhibtion takes place at Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary from September 13 through November 5, 2021. It features a selection of works from the 1960s to the present.

“High Water,” 2021

Zoom event lecture that took place in Devon, England on March 30, 2021. The presentation included the Hudson River Project titled “Emergences", considering the relationship between art and nature in the context of tides.