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  • Alejandra Seeber, We Were So Modern, 2000, oil on canvas, 45 5⁄8 × 69 1⁄4".

    Alejandra Seeber, We Were So Modern, 2000, oil on canvas, 45 5⁄8 × 69 1⁄4".

    Leda Catunda and Alejandra Seeber

    Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Malba)

    In the wake of lockdowns and other restrictions, “Alejandra Seeber / Leda Catunda: Fuera de serie” (One of a Kind) opened a year late. A highly anticipated project of transnational scope, the joint exhibition by Brazilian Leda Catunda and New York–based Argentinean Alejandra Seeber provided a survey of the work of two leading midcareer artists and presented a female perspective on the region’s developments in painting over the past thirty years. Curated by Francisco Lemus, the show was the inaugural iteration of “Paralelo 1 || 3,” a series that envisions simultaneous displays on the museum’s

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