The Inter-American Development Bank asked a group of local artists of Latin American and Caribbean heritage working in Washington to respond to the idea of promoting more inclusive cities. Through a collaborative process, the artists answered by creating this multidisciplinary exhibition about choices in urbandevelopment, which seeks to uncover who gets to ask questions and what sort of questions they pose. A City of Questions consists of a multitude of queries, sometimes giving voice to an underrepresented group or offering a fresh perspective into urban life.
Washington DC. at the IDB
1300 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington DC 20577
Free and open to the public Monday – Friday, 11am-6pm.