February 4 – April 12, 2022
Beatriz Cortez’s new body of work continues her exploration into Indigenous knowledges, multiple temporalities, and ancient forms of abstraction. A two-part installation, the exhibition features a large-scale indoor sculpture referencing an ancient Mayan observatory placed in dialogue with an outdoor work inspired by a mosaic built twenty-nine centuries ago by the ancient Olmec people. While one structure looks out toward the skies the other is directed towards the underworld.
Pitzer College Art Galleries is open for groups of up to 6 people for one-hour visits. Appointments are offered Tuesday through Saturday on the hour at 1, 2, 3, and 4 pm. Make a reservation to visit our current exhibitions, and complete our online health check form on the day of your visit, prior to arriving.