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Analia Segal visits PNCA as part of the Grad School Lecture Series

Mar 5 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

511 Building - Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design

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On Friday, March 5th, artist Analia Segal gives a talk titled “El Interior del Interior: Denouement or Displacement,” considering her practice and presenting a selection of works produced during the last 20 years comprised in her recent bilingual book/object “el interior del interior.” The project attempts to plumb the intricacy and complexity of citizenship and dislocation. The talk is available over Zoom or PNCA’s Live Youtube channel.

Born in 1967, Rosario, Argentina, Analia Segal has a Masters Degree in Studio Art from Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University (USA, 2001), and a Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design from Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina, 1997). She is a Guggenheim Fellow and has received the following distinctions: First Prize, Bienal Nacional de Diseño (Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo -FADU-, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2013); Fundación Konex (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2012); Pollock-Krasner Foundation (New York, USA, 2004); New York Foundation for the Arts -NYFA- (New York, USA, 2004); 100% Design (London, England, 2004) and Fundación Antorchas (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1996). Analia Segal’s recent solo exhibitions include: The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Aldrich, Connecticut, USA, forthcoming 2018); Opus Project Space (New York, USA, 2015); Point of Contact Gallery, Syracuse University (Syracuse, New York, USA, 2014); DPM Gallery (Guayaquil, Ecuador, 2008); Galleri Tapper-Popermajer (Teckomatorp, Sweden, 2008); Heimbold Visual Art Center’s Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, New York, USA, 2008); Galería Alberto Sendros (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2007); Kobo Chika Gallery (Tokyo, Japan, 2005); Plus Ultra Gallery (New York, USA, 2004); For a complete list, go to

Analia Segal has lived and worked in New York City since 1999.