Chloë Courtney

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Chloë Courtney (USA, 1993) is an art historian pursuing an MA at the University of New Mexico, with a specialization in contemporary and modern Latin American art, and she intends to pursue a PhD as well. In 2015, she completed a BA in Art History and a BA in English Literature at Auburn University, as well as a Spanish language minor, which she earned while studying at the University of Seville. Her interest in contemporary Latin American art stemmed from an internship at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth during preparations for the exhibition México Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990. Learning about the visual and conceptual strategies artists in the exhibition utilized to address social problems made clear that she wanted to continue studying contemporary Latin American art, and to further understand how artists negotiate issues like race and gender inequality, as well as political and cultural oppression. 


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