CURATOR AND MUSEOGRAPHY: Charles Merewether

From the mid-1970s, the work of José Bedia has been an encounter with the history of the Americas. This encounter has resulted in an ongoing dialogue with Amerindian, Afro-American, Asian and Euro-American cultures, defined by their own heritage and by the effects that the exchange between them has had on the formation of their cultural identities. From this perspective, Bedia’s art represent a project of cultural revindication and artistic invention, concerned with the correspondences and shaping of differences between the languages, beliefs and values of the peoples of the Americas.


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