October 10 – November 27, 2013
Barbara Hinshaw Gallery, Grove House;
McConnell Living Room, McConnell Center
The exhibition presents paintings that reflect on indigenous and global discourses of nature, sustainability, and development in the Amazon. There is a particular concern with the cosmologies and historical experiences of the Macuxi Indians and other groups of Northern Brazil. Macuxi artist Jaider Esbell is spending the semester at Pitzer as a visiting professor.
The exhibition is funded by Art+Environment program, the Pitzer College Art Galleries, and the External Studies Department. Curated by Daniel Segal.
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