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Santiago Montoya’s Work in the Colombian Context

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Art Museum of the Americas, Organization of American States

201 18th St NW

Washington, DC 20006

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Santiago Montoya’s Work in the Colombian Context

Speakers:
Doris Sommer, Ph.d, Harvard University
Robin Greeley, Ph.d, Columbia University
José Falconi, Ph.d, Exhibition Curator
Santiago Montoya, Artist

AMA | Art Museum of the Americas
Organization of American States
Secretariat for Hemispheric Affairs

Related to the exhibition:
The Great Swindle
Works by Santiago Montoya

When
Friday, March 24 6:00pm

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AMA | Art Museum of the Americas
201 18th Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Exhibition on view through March 26

Colombian artist Santiago Montoya uses paper currency as the base for his work, re-contextualizing one of our most basic and intimate relationships: the relationship with money. Comprised of works that Montoya has made over the last ten years, The Great Swindle exhibition at the OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas represents a sustained examination of the complicated, fluid relationships we have with financial systems. The Great Swindle is a journey through the artist’s forays into the materiality of paper bills – raising questions and taking positions on our places within financial systems. Join us for a lively discussion with our panel of specialists.

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201 18th St NW

Washington, DC 20006

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