Public Art of the University of Houston System and Buffalo Bayou Partnership present Talking Color: Celebrating Carlos Cruz-Diez

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<i>Talking Color: Celebrating Carlos Cruz-Diez</i>
Photo courtesy of Public Art of the University of Houston System and Buffalo Bayou Partnership

Public Art of the University of Houston System and Buffalo Bayou Partnership will host "Talking Color: Celebrating Carlos Cruz-Diez," an event that will delve into the eminent artist and his iconic works of kinetic and optical art at the University of Houston M.D. Anderson Library Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion.

Following an introduction by Lea Weingarten, consulting director of Public Art of the University of Houston System, Carlitos Cruz-Diez will explore his father’s work in an illustrated conversation with Mari Carmen Ramírez, Wortham Curator of Latin American Art and Director of the International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. "Talking Color" launches a series of public events across Houston, a major installation and a seminal new artwork from the artist.

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Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion
4333 University Dr.
Houston, TX 77204

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Admission is free.