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An Illustrated Lecture with Amalia Pica

An Illustrated Lecture with Amalia Pica
Join internationally acclaimed, Argentinian-born artist Amalia Pica for an illustrated lecture ahead of her exhibition, please open hurry at PICA.
Amalia Pica has a longstanding interest in language, comprehension and misunderstanding. These interests led her to undertake a  Gashaka Primate Project artistic residency in Nigeria in 2014 where she observed the lives and single tool use of chimpanzees.
Pica’s recent works explore the techniques, potentials and shortcomings of communication between different species.
This free illustrated lecture is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about her process and artistic journey.
Solo exhibitions | Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, NC Arte Botogota (2017) Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2014)  and Museum of Contemporary art, Chicago (2013)
Group exhibitions | S.M.AK, The Netherlands, Mass MoCA, Massachusetts, USA, Kusthalle Wien, Vienna (2016), Centre Pompiduo, Paris, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2015)  and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (2014).
Biennales | Gwangju Biennale (2016) and 54th Venice Biennale (2011).
Limited spots available so please RSVP below.