Spaces Through Gender
Featuring the distinct viewpoints of 10 women from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. Space Through Gender showcases the emerging generation of influential Latin American women in architecture. Presented through 3D models, photographs, videos, drawings, and installation, the exhibition seeks to introduce the significant role of Latin American women in contemporary design and architecture. The exhibition also celebrates Architecture and Latin American month.
“Spaces Through Gender” is curated by Nora Enriquez, a mexican architect and designer based in San Francisco who has lent her own perspective to architectural projects in the United States and Mexico. In collaboration, she has also curated “Exonome”, a collection of artwork from Latin American artists living in California, as well as “Mexico 2010”, a celebration of Mexico’s Bicentennial at the de Young Museum