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Axline Lecture

Featuring Daniel Lind-Ramos.

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Presented in partnership with SDMA, the 2024 Axline Lecture features Daniel Lind-Ramos (b. 1953), a sculptor and painter whose monumental works channel the history of Caribbean culture and investigate the use of everyday found objects. 

Lind-Ramos' artwork is included in MCASD's upcoming exhibition, Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today, on view from April 18, 2024, to July 28, 2024. 

***The lecture will be in Spanish, with live Spanish-to-English translation available via headsets at no extra cost. Headsets will be available on a first come-first serve basis in Jacobs Hall. We highly recommend arriving early to secure a headset.***

The Axline Lecture will also be posted after the event on this page: MCASD on YouTube



5:30 – 6:30PM: Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today available for viewing in Strauss Galleries.

6PM: Doors Open in Jacobs Hall. Refreshments available for purchase by The Kitchen.

6:30PM: Axline Lecture with Daniel Lind-Ramos. Moderated by Jessica Berlanga Taylor, Director and Curator, Stuart Collection, University of California San Diego.


About Daniel Lind-Ramos

Daniel Lind-Ramos was born in Loíza, Puerto Rico in 1953. He studied at the University of Puerto Rico: BA. (1975), New York University: MA. (1979).   

Lind-Ramos has received the McArthur Foundation's Genius Fellowship Award 2021, USA Artist Fellowship Award 2021, Artsy Vanguard 2020, African's Out-Joan Mitchell African residency, the Joan Mitchell scholarship, the Pérez Museum Prize, the Nada Artadia Award.


About Axline Lecture

Since 2000, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and The San Diego Museum of Art have partnered to present a distinguished member of the art world to speak to our shared audience through The Axline Lecture. Axline lectures feature leading cultural thinkers, scholars, architects, and artists. Recent speakers include former museum director Philip de Montebello and art historian Dr. John Richardson, Ana de Avelar, Trevor Paglen, Annabelle Selldorf, Narcy Laurence, Cathy Opie, Sebastião Salgado, El Anatsui, William Kentridge, Maya Lin, Charles Ray, June Edmonds, Sergio Hernandez and others.