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Latin American Myth Deconstruction
June 15-6:00 pm - June 18-6:00 pm
15- 18 June
Launch Event: 15 June 6pm to 9pm
Open free to the public
16- 17 June: 10am – 7pm
18 June: 10-6pm
See below for full schedule of events
The collective Latinos Creative Society has gather to reframe Latin American identity in London through an exhibition about gender identity, new technologies, lost identity, consumerism, shamanism, and urbanism, among others. The event will be open to the public, free of charge, from 15th till 18th of June 2018 at Crypt Gallery, Euston Road, King’s Kross in London. (NW1 2BA)
They will participate around 35 artist and designers. Most of them are Latin Americans, but they are also others from diverse nationalities that have great admiration for Latin America. The Chilean artist Tere Chad, has curated the show. It will also include the participation of special invited artists as: César Baracca, Roberta Bacic, and Sofía Donovan.
The Extra Postgraduate Community Enhanced Project Fund, University of the Arts London, funds the event. Showing their support to Latin America as a resilient community in the UK.
The calendar of the activities of “The Deconstruction of the Latin American Myth” will be:
Launch Event: 6 pm to 9pm
16- 17 June:
Open free to the public 10am – 7pm
How to Construct / Deconstruct an arpillera doll workshop from 12pm – 2pm
Curator Tere Chad guided visit 12pm to 2pm
Open free to the public 10 – 6pm
More information about the event is available at the official Facebook and Instagram accounts of Latinos Creative Society @latinoscreativesociety and the websites: