PArC presents conversations program 2016, curated by Miguel López
As in all editions, the Auditorium program aims to reflect on the different problems of contemporary art.
Curated by Miguel Lopez, the Auditorium promotes discussion about the changing dynamics of artistic production, art history and research, art publications and art collecting. The sessions will also be discussing the ever-changing active role of education inside the different institutions and museums of the continent, as well as a sneak preview of the curatorial proposals for the 32 Sao Paulo Biennial titled “Incerteza Viva.” Lastly, the Auditorium will pay homage to Peruvian artists Teresa Burga (1935), who during the 1960s was a key player in the Peruvian art scene by putting women’s bodies in the center of the debate. Among the speakers are: Natalia Majluf, Director of the Museo de Arte de Lima, Max Hernández Calvo, writer and independent curator, Renata Cervetto, curator and coordinator of the Department of Education in MALBA (Buenos Aires), Diana Weschler, Subdirector, Researcher and Curator of MUNTREF in Buenos Aires and Aníbal Jozami, General Director of the Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo de la UNASUR, José Dario Gutiérrez, Collector and Director of the Bachue Proyect and El Dorado Space in Bogota, and Carmen Cuenca, Curator and Executive Director of In/Site Casa Gallina, San Diego – Tijuana, among others.
You can see full program at http://en.parc.com.pe/Conversations/Conversations-2016
Miguel A. López (Lima, 1983) is writer, artist and researcher. He is an active member, since its foundation in 2007, of the Southern Conceptualisms Network / Red Conceptualismos del Sur. He has published his writing in newspapers and periodicals such as Afterall, ramona,Manifesta Journal, Tercer Texto, The Exhibitionist, Artecontexto, and Papers d’Art. López has also made catalogue contributions to Ernesto’s Tongue, 1987-2011 curated by Adriano Pedrosa (MARCO, 2011); Observed: Milagros de la Torre curated by Edward Sullivan (The Americas Society, 2012) andThe Ungovernables curated by Eungie Joo(The New Museum Triennial, 2012), among others. He is co-author of Post-Ilusiones. Nuevas visiones. Arte crítico en Lima. 1980-2006 (Fundación Wiese, 2006); Teresa Burga. Informes. Esquemas. Intervalos. 17.9.10 (ICPNA, 2011); ¿Y qué si la democracia ocurre?(Ediciones Delmasacá y Galería 80m2 Livia Benavides, 2012). His most recent curatorial project (with Southern Conceptualisms Network) is “Perder la Forma Humana. Una imagen sísmica de los ochenta latinoamericanos” at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (Oct. 2012 – March 2013). During 2012-2013 he is curator at Lugar a Dudas, an independent art space of contemporary production in Cali, Colombia.