For the exhibition, 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 urban development, 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.
This exhibition was made possible thanks to artistic research support by Washington Project for the Arts, which envisions the city as a place that welcomes, values, and respects the presence and contributions of contemporary artists.
"A City of Questions" will be on display until Spring at the IDB Cultural Center Exhibitions and Art Collection (1300 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington DC 20577). It is Free and open to the public Monday – Friday, 11:00 am-6:00 pm.