Zoom Conversation | A Historical Lens on Noé Martínez: The Homeland of the Images

Zoom Panel Conversation | A Historical Lens on Noé Martínez: The Homeland of the Images

Saturday, January 30 | 1 pm (PST)

Join history professor Andrés Reséndez, artist Noé Martínez, and guest curator Ruth Estevez for a provocative and revealing conversation about the history of slavery in sixteenth century Mexico and how it has inspired Martínez’s work in the OCMA exhibition, The Homeland of the Images.

OCMA’s exhibition of Martinez’s work, The Homeland of the Images, will be back on view once the museum is able to reopen its doors to the public.
Click here to learn more about this exhibition.

Noé Martínez, La patria de las imágenes VI, 2020; Chinese ink on cotton paper, silver necklace, pieces of cowhide tanned leather, pieces of dyed snakeskin, cotton fabric with natural dyes and batik, brass letter and magazine cutout about the Belgian colonies in Congo published in Brussels; 87 x 47 inches; courtesy if the artist and PARQUE Galería; © Noé Martínez