Hailed as a leading artist of the Afro-Cuban diaspora, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons' work encompasses installation art, performative photography, painting and cultural activism. Campos-Pons delivered The Kristen Peterson Distinguished Lecture in Art and Art History at Saint Louis University on March 2, 2013. She discussed her exploration of themes of separation, fragmentation, and memory through multiple artistic disciplines, including her compelling photographic work that combines autobiography with performative ceremony.
The lecture was co-sponsored by The Art History Program and Studio Art Program of Saint Louis University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts, and Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), with additional funding from the Regional Arts Commission.
Learn more about Campos-Pons and the lecture at slu.edu/x72451.xml
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