Jaime Davidovich in conversation with Daniel R. Quiles

Jaime Davidovich in conversation with Daniel R. Quiles

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As a  fixture on the SoHo-based experimental art scene of the 1970s and 1980s, Davidovich worked in a broad variety of media throughout his long career, including video, painting, and installation, while also establishing himself as an activist and public-access television producer. In this lively conversation with scholar Daniel R. Quiles, Davidovich recounts his early years in postwar Argentina, the coup d’état in 1962 that led to his relocation to New York City, and his fascinating career in which he was often at the forefront of innovations in art and mass media.

Part of the Conversaciones/‌Conversations collection.