Anthony Romero

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Anthony Romero is an artist, author and organizer committed to documenting and supporting artists and communities of color. His individual and collaborative works have been presented nationally, including at Links Hall (Chicago), Judson Memorial Church (New York), and Temple Contemporary (Philadelphia). Recent projects include The Social Practice That Is Race book essay , written in collaboration with Dan S. Wang and published by Wooden Leg Press and Buenos Dias, Chicago!, a two-year performance project commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and produced in collaboration with the Mexican performance group Teatro Linea of ​​Sombra. He is a co-founder of Latinx Artists Retreat, a teacher at the Tufts University School of Fine Arts and a faculty member at the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life.

Anthony Romero est un artiste, un auteur et un organisateur engagé dans la documentation et le soutien aux artistes et aux communautés de couleur. Ses œuvres individuelles et collaboratives ont été présentées à l’échelle nationale, notamment au Links Hall (Chicago), au Judson Memorial Church (New York) et au Temple Contemporary (Philadelphie). Parmi ses récents projets, notons l’essai sous forme de livre The Social Practice That Is Race, écrit en collaboration avec Dan S. Wang et publié par Wooden Leg Press et Buenos Dias, Chicago !, un projet de performance sur une durée de deux ans commandé par le Museum of Contemporary Art de Chicago et produit en collaboration avec le collectif de performance mexicain Teatro Linea de Sombra. Il est cofondateur du Latinx Artists Retreat, enseignant à la School of the Museum of Fine Arts de la Tufts University et membre de faculté à la Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life.


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