“We’re at a really important point in history where plural curatorial voices can show not just a survey. We can now go deeper and start unpacking what Latino art really is.”—assistant curator Marcela Guerrero, whose exhibition Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay opens at the Whitney this July. The show will give center stage to contemporary art practices that highlight indigenous thinking around the built environment. Read more from Guerrero and Whitney chief curator Scott Rothkopf on the importance of Latinx art in The New York Times.

[Clarissa Tossin, Ch’u Mayaa, 2017, production still. Choreography/Performer: Crystal Sepúlveda; Cinematography: Jeremy Glaholt. Originally commissioned and produced by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs for the exhibition “Condemned to be Modern” as part of Getty’s “Pacific Standard Time:LA/LA.” Courtesy the artist]

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“We’re at a really important point in history where plural curatorial voices can show not just a survey. We can now go deeper and start unpacking what Latino art really is.”—assistant curator Marcela Guerrero, whose exhibition Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay opens at the Whitney this July. The show will give center stage to contemporary art practices that highlight indigenous thinking around the built environment. Read more from Guerrero and Whitney chief curator Scott Rothkopf on the importance of Latinx art in The New York Times.

[Clarissa Tossin, Ch’u Mayaa, 2017, production still. Choreography/Performer: Crystal Sepúlveda; Cinematography: Jeremy Glaholt. Originally commissioned and produced by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs for the exhibition “Condemned to be Modern” as part of Getty’s “Pacific Standard Time:LA/LA.” Courtesy the artist]

“We’re at a really important point in history where plural curatorial voices can show not just a survey. We can now go deeper and start unpacking what Latino art really is.”—assistant curator Marcela Guerrero, whose exhibition Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay opens at the Whitney this July. The show will give center stage to contemporary art practices that highlight indigenous thinking around the built environment. Read more from Guerrero and Whitney chief curator Scott Rothkopf on the importance of Latinx art in The New York Times.

[Clarissa Tossin, Ch’u Mayaa, 2017, production still. Choreography/Performer: Crystal Sepúlveda; Cinematography: Jeremy Glaholt. Originally commissioned and produced by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs for the exhibition “Condemned to be Modern” as part of Getty’s “Pacific Standard Time:LA/LA.” Courtesy the artist]

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