A Conversation with Jose Dávila and Silvia Karmen Cubiñá
Jan 13, 2023 5:30PM-6:30PM
Join us for a lively one-hour dialogue between artist Jose Dávila, and museum director Silvia Karmen Cubiñá, focusing on 20th Century modernist architecture and its influence on Dávila’s artworks. The conversation will be held in Spanish with real-time English translation available. The work of Jose Dávila is currently featured as part of Aspen Skiing Company’s Art in Unexpected Places program and is available for viewing at Elk Camp restaurant on Snowmass and Buttermilk Mountain Lodge.
Stay and meet the artist and enjoy beer, wine and refreshments immediately following the conversation.
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is recommended for attendance.
Presented in partnership with Aspen Skiing Company
Únase a nosotros para una hora de conversación entre el artista Jose Davila y la directora del Museo Bass, Silvia Karmen Cubiñá, que centrará en la architecture modernista del siglo XX y su influencia en las obras de arte de Davila.
La charla será en español, con traducción al inglés disponible en tiempo real.
El trabajo de Jose Dávila se presenta como parte del programa Art in Unexpected Places de Aspen Skiing Company y está disponible para ver en el restaurante Elk Camp y en el lodge de las Montañas de Snowmass y Buttermilk.
Quedase y conozca al artista Jose Davila y disfrute cerveza, vino y refrescos inmediatamente después de la conversación.
Este evento es gratis y abierto al publico. Se recomienda registrarse para asistir.
Presentado en asociación con Aspen Skiing Company.
Jose Dávila was born in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1974. For over a decade, Dávila’s practice has explored the transitory nature of physical structures. Drawing on his formal training as an architect, Dávila creates sculptural installations and photographic works that simultaneously emulate, critique, and pay homage to 20th century avant-garde art and architecture. Referencing artists and architects from Luis Barragán and Hurbert Bayer to Donald Judd, Dávila’s work investigates how the modernist movement has been translated, appropriated, and reinvented.
Silvia Karman Cubiñá
Silvia Karman Cubiñá is the executive director and chief curator of The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach where she has organized more than 30 major exhibitions including: Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves (2011), Ugo Rondinone: good evening beautiful blue (2017), and Mickalene Thomas: Better Nights (2019). Cubiñá has curated numerous exhibitions, lectured extensively, and has participated in grant panels and award selection committees, including serving as a juror for both the Guggenheim Museum’s Hugo Boss Award 2006 and the 2008 Biennale de Lyon. Photography by Nick Garcia. Image courtesy of The Bass, Miami Beach
Jan 13, 2023 5:30PM-6:30PM
While You're On Campus
This gallery space on the Anderson Ranch campus is home to contemporary and rustic ranch architectural elements and provides the backdrop for rotating exhibitions throughout the year.