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Museum, Musex, Mutext, Mutant: Giuseppe Campuzano’s Transvestite Machine

Museo, musexo, mutexto, mutante: la máquina travesti de Giuseppe Campuzano

Alejandro Gómez de Tuddo, The Virgin of Guacas (Portrait of Giuseppe Campuzano as the Virgin Dolorosa) (La Virgen de las Guacas [Retrato de Giuseppe Campuzano como Virgen Dolorosa]), 2007
Alejandro Gómez de Tuddo, The Virgin of Guacas (Portrait of Giuseppe Campuzano as the Virgin Dolorosa) (La Virgen de las Guacas [Retrato de Giuseppe Campuzano como Virgen Dolorosa]), 2007. Chromogenic print, 70 x 194 cm. Collection of the artist, Rome

Miguel Lopez explores the artistic and political legacy of philosopher, drag queen, and activist Giuseppe Campuzano, whose Museo Travesti de Peru (Transvestite Museum of Peru) mapped out a subversive politics of gender, memory, and representation. More

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Artist Sopheap Pich and the Making of Morning Glory

Video still: Sopheap Pich on Morning Glory as Food and Artwork, Nisma Zaman, Matt Stanton Productions © 2014 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
Video still: Sopheap Pich on Morning Glory as Food and Artwork, Nisma Zaman, Matt Stanton Productions © 2014 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

In these two videos, MAP artist Sopheap Pich reflects on his practice, his childhood in Cambodia, and the process of making a 17-foot-long sculpture out of woven rattan. More

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On the MAP: Navigate the Globe, View Insightful Videos, and Catch No Country During Its Final Weeks in Singapore

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In our latest monthly update from the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, we introduce MAP's new interactive feature, present a peek at the videos on view in conjunction with Under the Same Sun, and invite you to visit No Country in its final weeks. More