Four Cocktail Parties: An Interview with Marta Minujín
The Argentinian artist reminisces about turning her audiences into works of art.
Ana Janevski, Inés Katzenstein
Oct 20, 2021
A central protagonist in the 1960s and ’70s avant-garde movement and Pop art scene in Buenos Aires, Marta Minujín is widely known for pioneering Happenings and mass media interventions that question deeply embedded social codes and critically analyze political conditions in Latin America.
In this interview the artist reflects on MINUCODE and other works, and on how the world has changed since she created it.
Marta Minujín. MINUCODE. Center for Inter-American Relations, New York, 1968
In ’68 I started to become hippie, hippie, hippie, hippie!
Paradoxical Expression: A Conversation with Carmela Gross
The Brazilian artist discusses repetition, geometry, art under dictatorship, and the unlikely significance of rubber stamps.
Inés Katzenstein, Carmela Gross
Sep 10, 2021
Spaces of Contemplation: An Interview with Héctor Fuenmayor
The Venezuelan artist discusses the many meanings of his Citrus 6906.
Héctor Fuenmayor, Madeline Murphy Turner
Jul 21, 2021