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Amanda Alvarez

Amanda Alvarez is a doctoral student of Art History and artist, researching the artistic and social exchanges between Latin America and Europe during the nascency of the avant-garde. Their current work aims to uncover modes of existence that were altered by colonialism and the aftereffects of Primitivist thought on scholarship of Latin American art. Before their time at Northwestern, their most recent curatorial collaboration was “Painting Situations: Sigfredo Chacón and Liliana Porter” at the University Gallery at the University of Florida, in collaboration with the ISLAA Art Initiative in New York. Amanda received their BA in Art History from the University of Florida.