Now: Agua de Carnaval @ Casasola

December 18, 2017

Please come and join me during the open research phase of the exhibit Agua de Carnaval at Casasola in Panama City. The exhibit is open Monday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. by appointment only. To arrange a guided tour (English or Spanish) make an appointment here.

The show is free and open to all ages.

Agua de Carnaval is part of  “Agua y su Problemática Global” curated by Miguel Lombardo. The project addresses our relationship to water from a Panamanian perspective exploring consumption, abundance and shortage. Participant artists include Giana González (Panamanian based in New York City), Gustavo Araujo (Panamá, q.e.p.d.), Ian Chang (Panamá), Miguel Lombardo (Panamá) and Rafael Villares (Cuba).