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Join us on Friday, June 3 in the Little Theater for a presentation by leading Spanish and Latin American art historian and New York University Professor Edward J. Sullivan. Sullivan has authored more than 25 books and exhibition catalogues about Spanish and Latin American Art from the 17th to 20th centuries, including three books on Fernando Botero. He considers Botero to be a principal figure in both the introduction of a Pop Art sensibility to Latin American painting in the 1960s, and a major innovator in the field of sculpture and graphic arts. Mr. Sullivan’s presentation is free and open to the public.
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