The Watermill Center Exhibition Tour | “The Body” by Regina José Galindo
“The Body” is an exhibition of drawings, photographs and video works documenting the performance work of acclaimed Guatemalan artist Regina José Galindo. A poet as well as a performance artist Galindo uses the body as a starting point to explore the ethical implications of social violence and injustice associated with gender and racial discrimination. Galindo’s work often references her body’s relationship to the landscape of Guatemala as it interrogates the human rights abuses arising from endemic inequalities that define all contemporary societies.
Curated by Noah Khoshbin, the exhibition will present 15 video works and works on paper exhibited publicly for the first time.
Exhibition Tours are free and open to the public. Advance registration required at WatermillCenter.org