Luis Camnitzer challenges convention and confronts institutional power, economic injustice and political repression. A prolific artist, theorist and educator, and a prominent force in Latin American Conceptualism, his work springs from a relentless curiosity and a belief that art is a platform for acquiring new knowledge.

The exhibition is located in the Gund Gallery's Buchwald-Wright Gallery and curated by Associate Director Christopher A. Yates.

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Image: Luis Camnitzer, "The Museum is a School," 2011. Installation view, The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver. Courtesy of Alexander Gray Associates, New York; Galería Parra & Romero, Madrid © Luis Camnitzer/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.