For Rent banner (L) and exhibition preparatory drawing by Consuelo Castañeda.

For Rent: Consuelo Castañeda transforms the gallery through an expansive installation based on the artist’s experience as a Cuban émigré and Americas Society’s history in relation to the Cold War. Anchored by an interactive lounge, Castañeda creates three spaces: a multi-screened projection room that is occupied by Guantanamera (a two-channel video by Ross Birrell and David Harding); a re-creation of Gego’s Reticulárea—an iconic work created for the Americas Society Gallery in 1969; and a retrospective display highlighting the artist’s use of appropriation of historical elements and concepts.

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