DESDE ÁFRICA A LATINOAMÉRICA: ENCUENTRO DIACRÓNICO DE MUJERES PINTORAS

  • María Candelaria Hernández Rodríguez

Resumen

In this article, we propose to explain a situation that presents some
complexity because it refers to different levels, all of which are given
off to relate the work of women painters which, despite being produced
in different times and contexts such geographically distant between
them, they share certain biographical circumstances. All in all, we aim
to link here all the limitations that they found in their respective artistic
paths, it means, exposing their lives, something crucial in the path
taken by each of them, from Peru in Latin America, via Canary Islands
until South Africa.
To this purpose we find appropriate the feminist theory. Which theory
is now plural, heterogeneous, once the scheme has exceeded monolithic
Eurocentric, of the initial feminism new codes and change the
hegemonic discourse. Opens the way for minorities in particular, we
are interested in highlighting the importance of autobiography to
legitimize marginalized spaces, mostly in the domestic field. What we
want, taking into account diversity, is to meet the specific testimony
to trace the traits that unifies the experience of a Latin American
painter, one of the Canary Islands and Africa.
Publicado
2018-05-22
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