Curated by Eliana Otta, Dejo este cuerpo aquí (I leave this body here) is a public space intervention and an exhibition divided into three parts.
VIGIL GONZALES GALLERY EXHIBITS “DEJO ESTE CUERPO AQUÍ” BY NATALIA IGUIÑIZ
It is a solo exhibition where Monsalve exhibits works in painting, drawing, collage, photography, objects and video art.
NO LUGAR GALLERY PRESENTS “NEOTROPICAL FABLES” BY TEO MONSALVE
Godoy is an artist with a multidisciplinary practice. His work takes the form of videos, photographs, performances, sculptures, and zines.
MIAMI-BASED DOT FIFTYONE GALLERY ANNOUNCES THE REPRESENTATION OF CAMILO GODOY
In the context of the exhibition Beatriz González: Una Retrospectiva at the Museo de Arte Miguel Urrutia, Casas Riegner presents this show which gathers unpublished paintings and drawings that emerge from the work with the same name.
CASAS RIEGNER JOINS THE TRIBUTE TO BEATRIZ GONZÁLEZ WITH ITS “CINTA AMARILLA” EXHIBITION
Until December 14, the Lima gallery presents the exhibition of artists Santiago Yahuarcani and Harry Pinedo / Inin Metsa, curated by Rember Yahuarcani and Giuliana Borea. It is a real-time reflection by indigenous artists and thinkers on how Covid-19 has impacted the lives of native and urban Amazonian populations, evaluating the responses of the State, civil society and survival strategies.
¡ITE!/ ¡NENO!/ ¡AQUÍ! - RESPONSES TO COVID-19 IN CRISIS GALLERY
Titled Nos sentamos, escuchamos, discutimos, this is the second solo exhibition of the Mexican artist Jorge Méndez Blake (Guadalajara, 1974). In the midst of a global emergency, just below the great health crisis there are two other crises: the democratic crisis and the poetic crisis. Through different amphitheater projects, Méndez Blake tries to reconstruct the original place of the poet, as the creator of comedy and tragedy, of the community and therefore of democracy, using the amphitheater as a symbol of the possibility of listening, to discuss and live in community.
JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE PRESENTS “WE SIT, LISTEN, DISCUSS” AT OMR
From November 18 to December 20, the exhibition (The Devil’s Fable) appeals to different visual languages, resources and expressive variants to offer in its images a disturbing atmosphere, that which is explicit but also remains undisclosed.
MORA GOMEZ LUENGO: “LAS FÁBULAS DEL DIABLO” IN ESPACIO FTALO
Conceived from a recurring theme in the artist’s production, the body as the matrix of everything that exists in the world, the exposition explores the relationships between body and space.
CASA TRIÂNGULO EXHIBITS NINO CAIS: A FÁBRICA DO CORPO HUMANO (THE HUMAN BODY FACTORY)
Opening in mid-November and continuing through February 2021, the space will serve as a bridge between their global programming and community of longtime collectors, curators, and institutions in Palm Beach and South Florida.
LEHMANN MAUPIN TO OPEN A SEASONAL EXHIBITION SPACE IN PALM BEACH
Buenos Aires recovers its cultural rhythm; of course, adapted to the new times, but with its museums and art galleries open, and with the auction rooms offering temptations through its online platforms.
HILARIO IX EXPERIENCE - ONLINE AUCTION
La imagen fotográfica y la fotografía (The photographic image and photography) and Figuraciones ›modernas‹ en recurrencia (>Modern<Figurations in Recurrence) are titled the exhibitions, which include works in various media by local and international artists. Both will open to the public this coming Saturday, November 7 at Hacienda La Trinidad Parque Cultural.
THE CARMEN ARAUJO ART GALLERY INAUGURATES 2 GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Vickie Pierre’s first solo exhibition with the Miami-based gallery presents an ongoing investigation into explorations of self-identity, ethnicity, and spirituality. With references to her Haitian heritage, as well as the larger Caribbean culture and cultural mythologies throughout the world, Pierre considers and challenges feminine and historic tropes relative to contemporary cultural politics.
FREDRIC SNITZER GALLERY - VICKIE PIERRE: IN MY MIND, IN MY HEAD, I WANTED IT TO HAPPEN
From November 3 to December 31, three art galleries in Buenos Aires pay tribute to Luis Felipe “Yuyo” Noé and address different creative stages of his prolific visual production. His works will be exhibited simultaneously in the Rubbers, Gachi Prieto and Jacques Martínez galleries; in an unprecedented project and during a very particular year.
MÉNAGE À TROIS: TRIBUTE BY THREE GALLERIES TO LUIS FELIPE NOÉ
VISION ACUITY is titled after a term homonymous with 20/20 vision, indicating sharpness of vision at a certain distance. The concept is being summoned through curatorial inflection for the purpose of inviting the viewers to rethink topics such as identity, memory, and sense of time and space in a year that has become a reference for contemporary history.
MIAMI – CLANDESTINA FEATURES LATIN ARTISTS IN GROUP EXHIBITION “VISION ACUITY”
Mala Hierba / Yerba Mala is a bi-personal of Claudia Coca (Peru) and Claudia Casarino (Paraguay), presented at the Galería del Paseo Lima. The exhibition brings together a series of works marked by decolonial thought. Both artists coincide, briefly but intensely, in the use of American botanical iconography by chroniclers of the 18th and 19th centuries.
CLAUDIA COCA AND CLAUDIA CASARINO EXHIBIT MALA HIERBA / YERBA MALA IN GALERÍA DEL PASEO
Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, a new art gallery specializing in Latin American, Latinx and Caribbean art, holds its inaugural exhibition Freddy Rodríguez: Early Paintings 1970-1990. Spanning the first two decades of the sixty-year decade-long artistic career of the New York-based Dominican-born artist, the exhibition will be on view from October 22, 2020 to January 8, 2021.
HUTCHINSON MODERN & CONTEMPORARY PRESENTS FREDDY RODRÍGUEZ: EARLY PAINTINGS 1970-1990
New works by Paradela will be featured in their upcoming fair presentations and several large-scale paintings will be exhibited in a group-show at the gallery in November, titled New Beginnings.
SALAR ART GALLERY ANNOUNCES THE REPRESENTATION OF MATÍAS PARADELA
Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino presents their new exhibition Nature, on view through December 19, 2020. This exhibition highlights artists Alberto Baraya, Claudio Bravo, Aldo Bonadei, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Magdalena Fernández, Thomas Glassford, Gabriel de la Mora, Marie Orensanz, Alejandro Otero, Miguel Angel Ríos, Melanie Smith, and Ana Maria Tavares. All of these artists use close observation of nature as a starting point, whether conceptually or in terms of materials used, to create this diverse body of work dating from 1950 to today.
NATURE, A SOLUTION
*Efectos secundarios* (Side Effects) consists of works in painting, drawing, collage, photography, ceramics, textiles, sculpture, objects, video performance, digital media and augmented reality. Opening to the public: Thursday, October 15.
NO LUGAR PRESENTS * EFECTOS SECUNDARIOS*, COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF 19 ARTISTS
The inauguration is scheduled for Thursday, October 15 at 2:00 p.m. at the Espacio Ftalo Gallery of Contemporary Art.
EZEQUIEL QUINES EXHIBITS “PUNTO CIEGO” IN ESPACIO FTALO, BUENOS AIRES
Miami-based Dot Fiftyone gallery presents Bernd Mechler and Hernán Cédola’s exhibition Düsseldorf/ Tolosa.The exhibition presents the work of two artists from different latitudes that have maintained an enriching exchange of dialogues for five years. The show focuses on the coexistence and interaction of their works in the same space.
BERND MECHLER AND HERNÁN CÉDOLA: DÜSSELDORF / TOLOSA
Miami-based Dina Mitrani Gallery presents this exhibition as part of the Miami Design District's Art in the District Cultural Program. It features the work of more than 20 artists.
THE ALTERED IMAGE. WOMEN TELLING STORIES BY COMBINING PHOTOGRAPHY WITH MIXED MEDIA
Ecstasy, unfaithfulness and torment are some of the acts that permeate the exhibition “BONELESS” by Carlos Herrera, which can be visited by appointment and respecting hygiene and safety measures.
CARLOS HERRERA EXHIBITS “DESHUESADO” AT RUTH BENZACAR ART GALLERY
Berliner, born and working in Rio de Janeiro, explains, “For me, drawing is a way to find meaning from the accumulation of apparently disconnected information”
CASA TRIÂNGULO PROVIDES AN INTIMATE GLANCE INTO EDUARDO BERLINER’S WORK
Curated by Thais Rivitti. No-Man's-Land, title of the solo exhibition by Frederico Filippi at Galeria Leme, enounces the territory it tries to capture. We could call it Brazil, but the use of a proper name gives an impression of accuracy and distinction, as if we were talking about a delimited, already established and agreed on unit.
GALERIA LEME PRESENTS “TERRA DE NINGUÉM” BY FREDERICO FILIPPI
After completing their participation in BAphoto Live – both at the GaleryShow and with an exhibition "Pictures within pictures" in the PlayRoom section - the auction house Hilario - Artes Letras Oficios programmed a new edition of its online sales, this time with a strong presence of Latin American vintage photography.
IV HILARIO ONLINE AUCTION - ARTS, LITERATURE, CRAFTS
Until January 2021, LaCa Projects presents Beachcomber, the gallery’s third solo exhibition of internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Carlos Estévez. Beachcomber is a multimedia exhibition consisting of over fifty artworks in painting, found object assemblage, and ceramics. View the exhibition and unveil a pivotal juncture in the continuous evolution of Carlos’ artistic process, with references to archetypal themes of metaphysics, transformation, and human spirituality.
LaCa PROJECTS PRESENTS CARLOS ESTÉVEZ: BEACHCOMBER
Bergamin & Gomide and Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel inaugurate AAA – Anthology of Art and Architecture. Curated by Sol Camacho – urbanist, architect, Principal at RADDAR Architecture and Cultural Director of Instituto Bardi / Casa de Vidro — the exhibition features more than 100 works by Brazilian artists, architects and designers. The exhibition is held at Galpão, in São Paulo, until October 17, 2020 and marks the reopening of the gallery.
ANTHOLOGY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE, A REFLECTION ON THE SOCIAL FUNCTION, METHODS AND HISTORY
From September 12 to October 24, 2020, this is Dalton Paula’s first solo exhibition in North America. Each portrait evokes a sense of visual discomfort which serves as a metaphor for what the artist experiences during his visits to quilombos: black communities enduring a daily struggle for better living conditions.
ALEXANDER AND BONIN PRESENTS DALTON PAULA: A KIDNAPPER OF SOULS
Alfredo Guzmán and Isaac Perelman review their history and analyze the challenges in times of pandemic in an interview conducted by Verónica Flom.