Welcome to LNVA, Latin Network for the Visual Arts. Our mission is to enrich the community through the visual arts created by contemporary Latin artists whose roots lie in countries where the Romance Languages are spoken.
Bienvenidos al LNVA, the Latin Network for the Visual Arts. (La red latina de las artes visuales). Nuestra misión es la de enriquecer a la comunidad a través de las artes visuales creadas por artistas latinos contemporáneos cuyas raíces se encuentran en países donde se hablan las lenguas romances.
Benvenuti alla LNVA, la Latin Network for the Visual Arts (Rete latina per le arti visive). La nostra missione è di arricchire la comunità tramite le arti visive create da artisti latini contemporanei, le cui radici hanno origine nei paesi in cui si parlano la lingue romanze.
Bienvenue sur la page du LNVA. Le Latin Network for the Visual Arts (Le Réseau Latin d'Arts Visuels). Notre mission est d'enrichir la communauté au travers des Arts Visuels émanant d'artistes d'origines Latines dont les racines proviennent de pays où l'on parle une langue romane.
Bem-vindo à LNVA - Latin Network for the Visual Arts (Rede Latina de Artes Visuais). Nossa missão é enriquecer a comunidade por meio de obras de artes visuais criadas por artistas latinos contemporâneos com raízes nos países de língua romântica.
Bine ati venit la LNVA, Reteaua Latina pentru Artele Vizuale. Misiunea noastra e sa imbogatim comunitatea prin artele vizuale create de catre artisti latini contemporani, ale caror radacini provin din tarile in care limbile romanice/latine sant vorbite.
2013 marked ten years of work toward our mission. We celebrated this milestone with exhibitions from our permanent collection with the help of Connecticut College and Provenance Center in New London, CT. And we brought our Latin Views 2012 Artist of the Year, Antonio Nuñez, back for an encore at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art on the University of Connecticut's Avery Point Campus in Groton, CT.
Check out highlights from these exhibits by linking to the events on the right.
As we look forward to the year ahead, we hope you'll take a look back. Relive highlights from Latin Views 2012, catch up on news you may have missed, or just for smiles, visit our guided tours pages.
Latin Views 2012: Have You Checked Out the Newsletter
Latin Views 2012 was a resounding success and we've put together some highlights as a reminder of the wonderful time we had with everyone who supported the exhibition. Click here
Dual Rhythms: Art of the Caribbean and Art of Latin America
Two exhibitions from the permanent collection with a focus on identity and culture were part of our 10th Anniversary celebration. Read more here and get more on each exhibition below!
Art of the Caribbean: Identity & Culture: Celebrating 10 Years of Latin Art!
On Friday, October 18, 2013, LNVA and Provenance Center presented Art of the Caribbean: Identity & Culture as part of LNVA's 10th Anniversary celebration. Featuring works from the permanent collection of the Latin Network for the Visual Arts, this exhibition reflected contemporary adaptations of 500 years of diverse ethnic and cultural influences on Caribbean art.
Art of Latin America: Identity & Culture
Celebrating 10 Years of Latin Art!
On October 24, 2013, Connecticut College's Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity sponsored this exhibition of works from LNVA's permanent collection at Connecticut College's Shain Library in New London, CT. Read more
Latin Network for the Visual Arts Presents Cuban Artist Antonio Nuñez at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery
Cuban Artist Antonio Nuñez brought his mix of printing, collage and assemblage to the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art at the University of Connecticut's Avery Point Campus.
The Latin Network for the Visual Arts selected Nuñez as its 2013 artist of the year. The 13-piece exhibit was curated by Julia Pavone. read more