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Pablo Helguera has used installation, photography, drawing, writing, musical performance and large-scale projects as elements of his work. His School of Panamerican Unrest is one of the most far-reaching and enduring public art projects on record. Helguera’s work takes a pedagogic approach to exploring the relationship between art and language, as well as the social dynamics of contemporary art and our daily lives. His musical performances, which have taken place across the continent—from Mexico City to the Museum of Modern Art in New York—combine elements of classical music and opera, as well as more conceptual explorations of musical structure and score. In addition to his art and music practice, Helguera is Director of Adult and Academic Programs at MoMA. He formerly served as the Head of Public Programs in the Education department of the Guggenheim Museum.