There’s an infamous tale in the world of modern art about “The Jungle,” a spectacular modernist piece by Cuban artist Wifredo Lam. Though now considered a masterpiece, the 1943 stunner hung outside the coatroom at New York’s MoMA for years, eventually prompting a critical outcry and a front-and-center conversation about marginalization of Latin American art. In the years since, art from the region has gained a reputation as being fiercely creative, drawing from rich and diverse cultural histories, and has benefited greatly from efforts to increase its visibility. This shift will be the topic at the Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) panel... More >>>