Logan Lecture Series: Valeska Soares
Free for Museum Members.
$5 for non-Members.
Space is limited.
On March 24, Phoenix Art Museum will present a mid-career retrospective exhibition of Brazilian artist Valeska Soares, entitled Valeska Soares: Any Moment Now. Exploring themes of memory, time, and the sensorial, Valeska Soares reconfigures the aesthetic of minimalism into interactive installations and sensory experiences. Her work demonstrates a fascination with space and time, as well as what occurs beyond their perceived limits. Directly engaging visitors’ subjectivities, she emphasizes personal experience and also universal knowledge, and explores how each of these affects the other. Assemblages of book pages, covers, and bindings weave meanings between different texts that viewers connect by association. Soares also renders experiential qualities in her work through suspended mirrors, perishing flowers, and vessels of perfume and liquor that slowly evaporate over the course of the exhibition, inviting visitors’ active engagement.
Valeska Soares: Any Moment Now is a landmark partnership with the Santa Barbara Museum of Art as part of the Getty Foundation’s 2017 Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles/Latin America initiative. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Soares herself speak to the Museum community about this singular exhibition project.
About Logan Lecture Series (see full schedule here)
The Logan Lecture Series brings outstanding Latin American artists to Phoenix to give public lectures on their practice and engage with our community.
Generously sponsored by Kent and Vicki Logan
Image credit: Valeska Soares, Stop Motion, 2012. 40 disco balls, motors and computer. Courtesy of Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo. Photo: Sebastiano Pellion di Persano.