Galleries

JORGE CABIESES EXHIBITS “CONSTRUCTIONS AND CANCELLATIONS” AT DOT FIFTYONE MIAMI

Jorge Cabieses’ paintings are distinctly geometric and his approach is successful in outsmarting geometric abstraction. His high clean and regular forms are contrasted by the use of hard and rustic materials. Curator Laura Marsh states, “Jorge Cabieses’ collages, paintings, and sculptures have resonance and depth beyond their points of departure within the canon of painting. “

JORGE CABIESES EXHIBITS “CONSTRUCTIONS AND CANCELLATIONS” AT DOT FIFTYONE MIAMI

ART, NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY - "INTANGIBLE: MEMORY OF A FOREST" IN +ARTE GALLERY

Alexandra Trujillo amalgamates technology, nature, art and communication to assemble an immersive artistic experience that is no longer located within the walls of a gallery, but in the Amazon forest. The exhibition includes works in photography, textile installation, video-performance, lighting installation and interactive installation. In this way, the subject of communication becomes a medium itself, allowing the work-viewer relationship to become diaphanous.

ART, NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY - "INTANGIBLE: MEMORY OF A FOREST" IN +ARTE GALLERY

“CROSSING THE VILCANOTA” - A PERSPECTIVE ON PICTORIAL SYNCRETISM

Vigil Gonzales gallery in Peru presents, in its OVR (Online Viewing Room), a bi-personal exhibition by Serlián Barreto and Ernesto Gutiérrez Moya. It is the first in a series of exhibitions that focus on the production of Miami-based artists and curators.

“CROSSING THE VILCANOTA” - A PERSPECTIVE ON PICTORIAL SYNCRETISM

ON THE EDGE OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS, CRISIS EXHIBITS "INFINITY YEARS WILL NEVER KNOW"

CRISIS gallery, in Lima, exhibits the Peruvian artists Rafael Mayu Nolte (Lima, 1992) and Teté Leguía (Lima, 1995) in an exhibition that plays with the eclipsed, grazes the impenetrable and intertwines the mundane and corporal in a diaphanous conception.

By Mercedes Abella

ON THE EDGE OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS, CRISIS EXHIBITS "INFINITY YEARS WILL NEVER KNOW"

LYGIA PAPE’S EXHIBITION AT HAUSER & WIRTH REFLECTS ON THE TUPINAMBÁ SPIRIT

A significant Brazilian artist of her generation and a founding member of Brazil’s Neo-Concrete movement, Lygia Pape (1927 – 2004) favored the primacy of the viewer’s sensorial experience and its role in everyday life. Examining the artist’s unique reframing of geometry, abstraction and poetry, ‘Tupinambá’ is the first solo exhibition in Los Angeles dedicated to Pape’s work and is organized with Projeto Lygia Pape and Olivier Renaud-Clément. Central to the show will be the Tupinambá series, one of the artist’s final bodies of work, revealing her desire to create more immersive experiences beyond the conventional boundaries of life and art.

LYGIA PAPE’S EXHIBITION AT HAUSER & WIRTH REFLECTS ON THE TUPINAMBÁ SPIRIT

BEATRIZ GIL GALLERY EXHIBITS SPACE ISOMORPHISMS BY ADRIÁN PUJOL

Known as one of the most recognized landscape painters in contemporary Venezuelan painting, this time Pujol presents 27 of his most recent works, made on the island of Mallorca. These are acrylic paintings on canvas of medium and large format, as well as a set of watercolors on paper.

BEATRIZ GIL GALLERY EXHIBITS SPACE ISOMORPHISMS BY ADRIÁN PUJOL

ARIDITY EXERCISES - A COMBINATION OF PLATFORMS BETWEEN THE IMAGE AND ITS CONJURES

Rolf Art announces physical exhibition of the current online project Ejercicios de aridez (Aridity Exercises) (ejerciciosdearidez.com), a field project developed by the artist Celeste Rojas Mugica (b.1987, Chile/Argentina), under the curatorship of Florencia Battiti that will be on view from Friday, March 26th.

ARIDITY EXERCISES - A COMBINATION OF PLATFORMS BETWEEN THE IMAGE AND ITS CONJURES

“PARA EMPEZAR” – GROUP EXHIBITION AT 80M2 LIVIA BENAVIDES GALLERY

The Lima-based gallery presents Works by Armando Andrade Tudela, Iosu Aramburu, Fernando Bryce, William Cordova, Zhivago Duncan, Ximena Garrido-Lecca, Rita Ponce de León, Gilda Mantilla and Raimond Chaves.

“PARA EMPEZAR” – GROUP EXHIBITION AT 80M2 LIVIA BENAVIDES GALLERY

IMPAKTO PRESENTS "VITAL LINKS" BY CRISTINA FLORES AND COLLIN LEITCH

The Lima-based gallery exhibits these two artists whose richness in media and techniques finds, in abstraction, a common ground, a meeting point.

IMPAKTO PRESENTS "VITAL LINKS" BY CRISTINA FLORES AND COLLIN LEITCH

WARAWAR WAWA (SON OF STARS) – RIVER CLAURE AT VIGIL GONZALES

Warawar Wawa (Son of the stars) adds to the identity of the Bolivian people a system of images belonging at the margin of the foreign perspectives that have made of the “Bolivian” a staging with two llamas and an Indian chewing coca”. First solo exhibition of the phographer (b. 1997,  Cochabamba, Bolivia) in VIGIL GONZALES gallery in Sacred Valley.

By Matías Helbig

WARAWAR WAWA (SON OF STARS) – RIVER CLAURE AT VIGIL GONZALES

MANUEL MÉRIDA’S RETROSPECTIVE IN PARIS

For nearly fifty years, Manuel Mérida has developed a unique technique on the many possibilities matter may offer. Espace Meyer Zafra presents a retrospective exhibition under the title “Rétroviseur”. On this occasion, the artist's very first catalogue Raisonné will be published by the gallery with texts written by Matthieu Poirier, Art Historian and curator specializing in Kinetic Art, and Valentina Locatelli, Art Historian and South American Art specialist.

MANUEL MÉRIDA’S RETROSPECTIVE IN PARIS

"A SLIT IN SPACE AND TIME" – ABOUT ISADORA PARRA’S INSTALLATION IN + ARTE GALLERY

Torcer mi nombre es conjurar tu cuerpo (Twisting my name is conjuring your body) is part of Parra's degree project that culminates in an individual installation show. It brings together photographic, object and sound pieces that inhabit a saline ecosystem and that reflect on the diseased body and the powers of fragility.

"A SLIT IN SPACE AND TIME" – ABOUT ISADORA PARRA’S INSTALLATION IN + ARTE GALLERY

THIS THIN EDGE: AN EXPERIMENT ON CONNECTION IN TIMES OF ISOLATION

Organized by la_capsula, an independent and experimental curatorial project based in Zurich that seeks to create a dialogue between the artistic and cultural production of Latin America and Swiss/local artists. Curated by Adriana Domínguez and Elena Rosauro, the exhibition is on view until March 20th.

THIS THIN EDGE: AN EXPERIMENT ON CONNECTION IN TIMES OF ISOLATION

(IM) PURA: A PERSPECTIVE THAT QUESTIONS IMPOSED IDEAS OF FEMININITY

No Lugar, in collaboration with the Visual Arts School (CAV) of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador present (im)pura [(un)pure], an undergraduate exhibition of the young artist Paula Hinojosa. The proposal brings together works in sculpture, ceramics, objects, embroidery, video performance and installation. Open until Saturday March 13th.

(IM) PURA: A PERSPECTIVE THAT QUESTIONS IMPOSED IDEAS OF FEMININITY

MARIANO SARDÓN EXHIBITS “SOUFFLE” AT RUTH BENZACAR GALLERY

"Pieces that revolve around the invisible but present, between materiality and its absence"

MARIANO SARDÓN EXHIBITS “SOUFFLE” AT RUTH BENZACAR GALLERY

THEORY OF PROSE – LUCAS SIMÕES AND MASKULL LASSERRE AT ARSENAL GALLERY NEW YORK

The contemporary art gallery Arsenal exhibits works by Simões (Brazilian) and Lasserre (Canadian) that borrow Schklovsky’s concept of ‘estrangement’ to question the ideas of object, material and function.

THEORY OF PROSE – LUCAS SIMÕES AND MASKULL LASSERRE AT ARSENAL GALLERY NEW YORK

A DROP OF SWEAT FOR EVERY SIGH – EXHIBITION ON THE CONCEPT OF CONFLICT

Art Code Space, gallery focused on Cuban artists, presents a collective exhibition curated by Yudinela Ortega that delves in universalityat the same time it highlights each of the artists’ individual creation.

A DROP OF SWEAT FOR EVERY SIGH – EXHIBITION ON THE CONCEPT OF CONFLICT

CV GALLERY EXHIBITS “EMERGE” IN ITS SECRET GALLERY SPACE

Highlighting contemporary art from the port, the show seeks to decentralize the art of Santiago, presenting a selection of contemporary artists from the Valparaíso region.

CV GALLERY EXHIBITS “EMERGE” IN ITS SECRET GALLERY SPACE

VIGIL GONZALES PRESENTS WORK BY GONZALO HERNÁNDEZ IN ITS ONLINE VIEWING ROOM

Titled “Selections of Daily Practice: 2018-2021”, this solo exhibition by the Peruvian artist based in Miami features a selection of 18 paintings from the Yupo Series, where the artist explores and uses drawing as a medium, addressing concepts such as the everyday life of existence, experiences and the success/failure binomial.

VIGIL GONZALES PRESENTS WORK BY GONZALO HERNÁNDEZ IN ITS ONLINE VIEWING ROOM

ON THE NATURE OF DAYLIGHT - JAIME TARAZONA IN NUEVEOCHENTA

On The Nature of Daylight embodies two interests of Tarazona: geometric figures and landscape. The former as part of the collage compositions and intervened photographs and the latter as part of his study of nature.

ON THE NATURE OF DAYLIGHT - JAIME TARAZONA IN NUEVEOCHENTA

A THIRD OF THE NIGHT – AN EXHIBITION ABOUT IMMUTABILITY AND REMOTENESS

Baldwin Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by acclaimed contemporary Cuban artist Enrique Martínez Celaya. His work in painting, sculpture, photography, poetry, and prose directly engages with the interior life and delves into his background in literature, philosophy, science, and religion. His imagery is steeped in his refugee childhood, his background in physics, and a deeply personal dream-state visual iconography: using figures in emotive landscapes to address the universalities of the human experience with time, memory, identity, and displacement.

A THIRD OF THE NIGHT – AN EXHIBITION ABOUT IMMUTABILITY AND REMOTENESS

LARRY CLARK. SELECTED WORKS: 1963-1979

1MiraMadrid gallery, in collaboration with the Luhring Augustine gallery, presents the first solo exhibition of the legendary photographer and film director Larry Clark (Tulsa, USA, 1943) in Madrid.

By Francisco Fileccia

LARRY CLARK. SELECTED WORKS: 1963-1979

BRONZE, LEATHER, GOLD, BLOOD

Casa Triângulo presents Paul Setúbal's first solo exhibition at the gallery.

BRONZE, LEATHER, GOLD, BLOOD

REFLECTIONS ABOUT THE AIR

Galería Ginsberg presents Conducción Neumática, the winning project of Economic Stimuli for Culture 2019 by the Ministry of Culture of Peru.

REFLECTIONS ABOUT THE AIR

EMERSON DORSCH ANNOUNCES REPRESENTATION OF YANIRA COLLADO

The artist experiments in her work with the reconfiguration of objects that speak metaphorically about time. 

EMERSON DORSCH ANNOUNCES REPRESENTATION OF YANIRA COLLADO

PONCE+ROBLES CELEBRATES ITS 50th ANNIVERSARY

The art gallery prepares the festivities with a unique project that will be distributed throughout the year in four parts.

PONCE+ROBLES CELEBRATES ITS 50th ANNIVERSARY

“HUMAN DIMENSIONS IN LATIN AMERICAN ART” EXHIBITION AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Running through February 5th, 2021, “Human Dimensions” features works from nearly thirty Latin American artists spanning the entirety of MIFA Gallery’s expansive exhibition space. The group exhibition highlights a mixture of emerging and highly-recognized Latin American artists for whom the human figure plays an integral role.

“HUMAN DIMENSIONS IN LATIN AMERICAN ART” EXHIBITION AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERY

SIDE GALLERY’S NEW SPACE IN BARCELONA

Founded in November 2015,Side Gallery works with international design of the twentieth century, as well as contemporary design. Its exhibitions and collection have a predominant Latin American focus.

SIDE GALLERY’S NEW SPACE IN BARCELONA

PUNTA DEL ESTE - BLACK GALLERY PRESENTS ITS CATALOG FOR ESTE ARTE 2021

From January 15 to April 30, Este Arte offers Este Journal: the fair’s channel for the dissemination of its exhibitors and cultural programs, delving into the work and creative process of each artist. Black Gallery exhibits work by María Freire, Pati Fernández Graña, Fede Ruiz Santebastian and Meram Sáa.

PUNTA DEL ESTE - BLACK GALLERY PRESENTS ITS CATALOG FOR ESTE ARTE 2021

PHILIPPE BRAQUENIER EXHIBITS “EARTH NOT A GLOBE” IN THE RAVESTIJN GALLERY AMSTERDAM

Braquenier’s solo exhibition takes its name from an influential volume on one of the most extreme conspiracy theories, claiming the earth’s surface to be flat rather than spherical. Substantiated by Samuel Birley Rowbotham at the end of the nineteenth century, this theory has since brought together a large community of devotees who continue to spread the word virally.

PHILIPPE BRAQUENIER EXHIBITS “EARTH NOT A GLOBE” IN THE RAVESTIJN GALLERY AMSTERDAM