The MACP Alumni that Make Up Se habla español Return to La Nacional for a Program of Wednesday Night
"Female Migrations" is a program curated by Se habla español (SHE) that invites four Latin American artists that address the female perspective of migration. The program, a series of four events that will take place at La Nacional, presents site-specific works by Esperanza Mayobre (Venezuela), Karina Aguilera Skvirsky (Ecuador), Simone Couto (Brazil), and Amanda Gutiérrez (Mexico).
About SHE Se habla español is a curatorial collective established in NYC in 2017, which is comprised of Noelia Lecue Francia, María Alejandra Sáenz García, Andrea Valencia Aranda, and Natalia Viera Salgado, from Spain, Colombia, Mexico, and Puerto Rico respectively. As Spanish speakers and curators, the collective works on artistic and social projects that expand the limits of language, addressing migration, identity, human rights, and memory.
Events every Wednesday, 7-9 pm:
July 10, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, Ecuador
July 17, Simone Couto, Brazil
July 31, Amanda Gutiérrez, Mexico
August, 7, Esperanza Mayobre, Venezuela
La Nacional is located at 239 West 14th Street, New York, NY.