Renée Cox. Raje to the Rescue, 1998. © Renee Cox. Courtesy of the artist.

Carlotta Boettcher. San Francisco 70s: Urban Portrait series, 1972-1978. © Carlotta Boettcher. Courtesy Catálogo de Fotógrafas Cubanas.

Nadia Huggins. Circa no Future. Indian Bay, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, 2014-ongoing. © Nadia Huggins. Courtesy of the artist.

Marta María Pérez Bravo. No matar ni ver matar animales. Para concebir series, 1985-1986. © Marta María Pérez Bravo. Courtesy Catálogo de Fotógrafas Cubanas.

*Image Skewed: María Martínez-Cañas. Estructuras Transformativas series, 2017. © Maria Martínez-Cañas. Courtesy Catálogo de Fotógrafas Cubanas.

At Home with WOPHA: What is the Women Photographers International Archive?

WOPHA / 11.12.2020

At Home with WOPHA: What is the Women Photographers International Archive?

Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) presents At Home with WOPHA a virtual interview of the organization’s Director and Art Historian Aldeide Delgado with Curator of Programming Amy Rosenblum-Martín.

Through this compelling online event, learn more about WOPHA and its multifaceted mission to support women in the photographic arts to help rewrite the artistic canon and provoke social change. During this program, Delgado will discuss WOPHA’s foundational terms, provide highlights of her recent accomplishments, and give an overview of the highly-anticipated 2021 WOPHA Congress—a program in partnership with PAMM. 

Aldeide Delgado is the founder and director of Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA). She has a background in advising and presenting at art history forums based on photography including lectures at the Tate Modern, PAMM, California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), and The New School. Delgado is a recent recipient of a 2019 Knight Arts Challenge, the 2018 School of Art Criticism Fellowship, and a 2017 Research and Production of Critic Essay Fellowship. Her areas of scholarly interest include a feminist and decolonial re-reading of the history of photography and abstraction from the Latin American, the Caribbean, and Latinx contexts. She is an active member of PAMM’s International Women’s Committee, IKT International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, US Latinx Art Forum, and Art Table.

Amy Rosenblum-Martín is a New York-based independent curator of contemporary art for museums. This bilingual (English/Spanish) curator has long been a leader in the field of Latinx art, committed to equity and community engagement from the get-go. Formerly a staff curator at the Miami Art Museum (now known as PAMM) and The Bronx Museum, she has worked more recently for MoMA, MoMA PS1, The Met, the Guggenheim (Education), MCA Chicago, The Hirshhorn, MACBA (Barcelona), Reina Sofía (Madrid), London’s National Portrait Gallery, and Kunsthaus Bregenz (Austria) as well as MIT, NYU, The New School, Peking University and Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros. She curated U.S. museum solo/duo debuts by Consuelo Castañeda, Naomi Fisher, Dara Friedman, Adler Guerrier, Quisqueya Henríquez, Marisa Morán Jahn, and Javier Tellez. ​

Date and Time: November, 20th 2020 | 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: This program will be offered remotely on Zoom.

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Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a modern and contemporary art museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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