Student Picks: "Visible and Personal: the Duality of Everyday," Curated by Yansi Murga '20

  • Thursday, October 25, 2018
  • Cunningham Center for the Study of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, 4–8 PM
  • On view for one day only! The curator states that "Through this exhibition, I aim to question the relationship between the private versus the public sphere. The lives of people of color, or rather, parts of their lives, are often made violently visible.

    Conversely, the aspects that are made public, often affect the lives of people of color in very private, personal ways. How can we find the public as well as the private, in day to day elements? In an attempt to illustrate this duality, I have selected pieces created by, or portraying, Latinx people. While being planned, orchestrated works of art, these still manage to demonstrate the candid nature of the daily. While viewing this show, I invite you all to take in the pieces, and look for both the overt and the intimate in the various manifestations of day to day life."

    For more information about Student Picks, click here.