INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES ON LATIN AMERICAN ART

ISLAA

Founded in 2011, the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) supports the study and visibility of Latin American art. ISLAA recognizes Latin American artists and cultural movements as integral to the trajectory of twentieth- and twenty-first-century art. ISLAA seeks to expand these narratives by creating opportunities for researchers, curators, and the public through grants, exhibitions, publications, and our art and archival collections. ISLAA’s partnerships with educational and art institutions include New York University, Columbia University, CCS Bard, the New Museum, and Dia Art Foundation.

ISLAA

Other Collaborators

Alice Aycock
Tadaaki Kuwayama & Rakuko Naito
Michael & Susan Hort
Torkwase Dyson