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PINTA LONDON PUBLIC PROGRAMME 2014

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Friday 13 June

'Militant or non-militant?'

In this age of globalisation, is there still a need for a concerted effort to promote areas of the art world that tend to be under represented, in terms of gender and/or provenance - in this case Latin America mainly? With this in mind, Pinta London discusses the following topics:

3.30 pm
Militant or Non-Militant Global Institutions

Moderator: Catherine Petitgas. Collector, patron and curator Pinta Projects
Iwona Blazwick. Director of Whitechapel Gallery and the Max Mara Prize
Joao Fernandes. Vice- Director, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
Sheikha Lulu M Al-Sabah. Founder and Director of JAMM, an independent art advisory in Dubai and Kuwait

Joao Fernandes is travelling to London courtesy of Air Europa.
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5 pm
Dedicated or Non-dedicated collectors

Moderator: Julia Peyton-Jones. Co- Director Serpentine Gallery
Valeria Napoleone. Collector of women artists
Tiqui Atencio. Latin American art collector and Head of Latin American Acquisitions at Tate Gallery

Muriel Salem. Collector
Nadia Samdani. Founder and Director of Dhaka Art Summit

6.30 pm
Pinta Media Art

Eduardo Kac: Early media Works. Presented by Rolando J Carmona

Saturday 14 June

11.30 am
Pinta Photo

Photo Tertulia: With a continent of such a size and a diaspora so rich and diverse,
does the title "Latin American Photography" still carry meaning?"

Moderator: Sue Steward. Writer, broadster and curator of Pinta Photo
Dafna Talmor. Artist, lecturer, curator of exhibitions
Shoair Mavililan. Co-Curator of Latin American Art & Photography, Tate Modern
Lorena Muñoz Alonso. Writer and critic, including Frieze magazine
Rodrigo Orrantia. Art historian and photography curator

2.00 pm

Kiki Mazzucchelli and Catherine Petitgas discuss this year's Pinta Projects with the artists
Ana Luiza Dias Batista, Cibelle, Lucia Pizzani, Jazmín López, Sandra Gamarra and Tatiana Echeverri

3.30 pm
Activism: Women Promoting Art beyond their Borders

Moderator: Princess Alia Idris Al-Senussi, VIP Relations Middle East for Art Basel
Ziba Ardalan. Director Parasol Unit, London
Touria El Glaoui. Director 1 - 54, the African Art Fair in London
Celia Birbragher. Founder and editor pioneer Latin American art magazine, ArtNexus

5 pm
Militant or Non-Militant Specialised institutions

Moderator: Dawn Ades. Founding Director of ESCALA, the University of Essex Collection of Latin American Art
Omar Lopez-Chahoud. Chief curator Biennale of Nicaragua, director Untitled Fair
Joanne Harwood. Director, Essex Collection of Art from Latin America, University of Essex
Beth Colocci. Chair of UK Friends of NMWA
Gill Harris. New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, largest collection in Europe dedicated to Women's art

6.30 pm
Rafael Doctor: Women in Spanish Contemporary Art

Rafael Doctor. Spanish academic


Rafael Doctor is travelling to London courtesy of air europa