Mundo Latinx (Latinx World)

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Friday, 8 February 2019 to Saturday, 4 May 2019

Mundo Latinx (Latinx World) presents the work of contemporary visual artists who raise questions around representation, diversity and reveal some of the many realities faced within Latin America and the Latinx diaspora.

Fashion Space Gallery at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, presents Mundo Latinx, an exhibition curated by London College of Fashion, UAL MA Fashion Curation alumni, White Line Projects, which will explore the representation of Latin Americans through the work of visual artists within a modern-day political, social and cultural context.

Showing the diversity of Latin America through cultural and artistic expressions, as well as social media, Mundo Latinx will examine how Latin American identity is portrayed and communicated and what impact these images have in shaping our attitudes around Latin American history and culture.

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London College of Fashion

20 John Prince’s Street

London, W1G 0BJ

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