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Esperanza Cortés (Colombian, born 1957). La Cordobésa, 2016–17. Found embroidery, glass beads, glass pieces, twentieth-century chair upper, and eighteenth-century chair legs, 42 x 20 x 26 inches (106.7 x 50.8 x 66 cm). Courtesy of the artist. Photograph by Max Yawney.

Virtual Members’ Preview of Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration

Thursday, February 11, 2021 ● 6 pm
7 pm

FREE for members
Virtual Event

AK members: Please join us for an evening celebrating Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration led by Curatorial Assistant Dr. Andrea Alvarez. This exclusive look at the new exhibition at Albright-Knox Northland will feature the voices of artists exploring narratives of historical and contemporary immigration.

Registration

Registration is required to attend this online event. RSVP online or email membership@albrightknox.org.

GRATIS para socios
Evento Virtual

Por favor acompáñanos durante la celebración de Comunidades Visibles: La Materialidad de Migración guiada por Dra. Andrea Alvarez, Asistente Curatorial. Este estreno exclusivo se enfoca en la nueva exhibición en Albright-Knox Northland y presentará las voces de artistas quienes exploran las narrativas de inmigración histórica y contemporánea.

Registro

Inscripción es requerida para atender este evento virtual. Inscríbase en línea o por email a membership@albrightknox.org.

Exhibition Sponsors

Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration was made possible through the generosity of M&T Bank, Monica Angle & Sam Magavern, and Rich’s and Rich Family Foundation.

Additional support provided by the Creative Arts Initiative of the University at Buffalo, Nicole & Steve Swift, Dr. Richard J. & Maureen W. Saab, and an anonymous donor. 

The Albright-Knox’s exhibition program is generously supported by The Seymour H. Knox Foundation, Inc.

Albright-Knox Northland Sponsor

Albright-Knox Northland is supported by M&T Bank.

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