Censored: Tania Bruguera’s Radical Political Artistic Practice

24.02.2012/ 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 m.
Concourse Meeting Room 408A, Level 2. Los Angeles Convention Center
CAA 2012 Annual Conference
Organized by Beth Rosenblum

Breaking Laws in the Name of Art: New Perspectives on Contemporary Latin American Art


.  Estrellita B. Brodsky, Independent scholar and curator


.  Idurre Alonso, Museum of Latin American Art

.  Tania Bruguera, Immigrant Movement International

.  Claudia Calirman, John Jay College, City University of New York

.  Jennifer King, Princeton University

.  Beth Rosenblum, University of California, Los Angeles

The College Art Association (CAA) will head to the Golden State to celebrate the conclusion of its Centennial year at the 100th Annual Conference, taking place February 22–25, 2012, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. As the preeminent international forum for the visual arts, the CAA conference brings together over 5,000 artists, art historians, students, educators, critics, curators, collectors, librarians, gallerists, and other professionals in the visual arts.

Speakers and panelists will present their recent artistic projects and art-historical research, while others will talk about relevant issues in pedagogy, technology, publishing, and the academic workforce. Historical and contemporary art in Los Angeles will be another important focus.