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Isabel Oleas-Mogollón at “Splendor, Spectacle, Self-Fashioning" Symposium at the University of Florida in Gainesville

On November 3, doctoral candidate Isabel Oleas-Mogollón presented at the First International Symposium on Colonial Latin American Art around the topic of "Splendor, Spectacle, Self-Fashioning," organized by the School of Art and Art History at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Her paper, "Illusion and Artifice: Reflective Materials in Quito's Jesuit Church," discussed the meanings of mirrors and gold in the interior of La Compañía's colonial church in Quito, Ecuador. The symposium included a tour of the Harn Museum and its collection on modern and contemporary Latin American art, a guided tour of the Latin American and Caribbean Collection at the Smathers Library, as well as a keynote lecture on Mexican altarpieces by prominent scholar Clara Bargellini.

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Doctoral candidate Isabel Oleas-Mogollón discusses her paper "Illusion and Artifice: Reflective Materials in Quito's Jesuit Church” at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Doctoral candidate Isabel Oleas-Mogollón discusses her paper "Illusion and Artifice: Reflective Materials in Quito's Jesuit Church” at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

11/9/2017
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