Nature, darkness and portals to other posible worlds are all present in this artist’s oeuvre.
CASA TRIÂNGULO PRESENTS BOTH COMFORTING AND DISTURBING ARTWORKS BY THIAGO ROCHA PITTA
A satellite exhibition in Miami’s Design District celebrates contemporary Latin American artists Verónica Vázquez (1970, Uruguay), Pablo Rasgado (1984, Mexico), Artur Lescher (1962, Brazil) and Túlio Pinto (1974, Brazil).
PIERO ATCHUGARRY PRESENTS (t, x, y, z) - 4 LATIN AMERICAN SCULPTORS IN 4 DIMENSIONS
How can one reimagine kurimanzutto after its 20 years of existence? How can one propose a different way of experiencing time? What place does the gallery occupy in the world, the country, and within each of the communities to which it belongs? What permeates its surroundings and what will shape its future? Art asks questions, it doesn’t give answers. Over the course of 2020, kurimanzutto will formulate questions that have emerged after having undergone various cycles.
KURIMANZUTTO PRESENTS SIEMBRA, WHERE 8 ARTISTS DELVE INTO SYNERGY AND SYMBIOSIS
Santiago de Chile - Until July 3 the exhibition by Colombian artist Alejandro Sánchez SOME ECONOMIES will be available, which questions the apparent benefits of the free market and global flows.
A SATIRE OF THE MARKET, SALA GASCO PRESENTS SOME ECONOMIES BY ALEJANDRO SÁNCHEZ
Present Memory is an online-only, bilingual presentation of new works by Angel Otero created in upstate New York in a new studio he recently opened.
PRESENT MEMORY, AN ONLINE EXHIBITION BY ANGEL OTERO IN LEHMANN MAUPIN
Curated by Andrea Giunta, To Think Everything Over Again, is an exhibition conceived shortly before the pandemic began and which was resignified in the context of isolation that began in March 2020.
TO THINK EVERYTHING OVER AGAIN - ROLF ART ONLINE EXHIBITION
With previous appointment, the public can visit the exhibition Dibujos. Cinco momentos 1956-1993 (Drawings. Five moments 1956-1993)
BUENOS AIRES - THE GALLERY OdA ARTE OPENS ITS DOORS TO AN EXHIBITION BY JOSEFINA ROBIROSA
An insight into Restrepo’s work and South American roots
DESTRUCTION AS A TOOL - COLOMBIAN ARTIST CAMILO RESTREPO IN STEVE TURNER LOS ANGELES
The Galería del Paseo was founded in 1998 Uruguay and since then has developed a program of activities aimed at promoting Latin American artists in contemporary creation.
GALERÍA DEL PASEO: KEEPING THE SPARK ALIVE IN THE FACE OF THE GLOBAL SITUATION
Carmen Araujo, director of the Carmen Araujo Arte gallery, tells us about her experience in Venezuela
CARACAS - CARMEN ARAUJO ARTE: TWO GALLERIES AND A CLEAR VISION
Factoría Santa Rosa constitutes a valuable cultural heritage, from multiple dimensions, which make it an exceptional space. Its director, Carola Musalem, tells us about her transition from a textile factory to an art gallery.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE - ART FACTORY SANTA ROSA: HISTORY AND MODERNITY
Isabel Aninat and Javiera García Huidobro, from the highly renowned Galería Aninat, share their experience.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE - ANINAT GALLERY AND THE HYPE OF CHALLENGE
The Panamanian gallery celebrates its 10-year history and the renewal of its image. Its director, Gabriel Cruz, shares a few words:
PANAMA CITY - MARIÓN ART GALLERY CELEBRATES ITS 10th ANNIVERSARY
The Germán Krüger Espantoso Space - ICPNA Miraflores presents “Too Late to Die Young”, Aldo Chaparro's retrospective, represented by Ginsberg Gallery in Peru.
LIMA - ALDO CHAPARRO PRESENTS A RETRSOPECTIVE IN HIS HOMETOWN
The Chilean gallery ARTESPACIO was founded in 1995. Its directors, María Elena Comandari and Rosita Lira, have aimed to present, promote and market contemporary Chilean and foreign artists, encouraging collecting and the circulation of art.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE - ARTESPACIO GALLERY: CONTEMPORANEITY AND TRAJECTORY
The gallery owners Raquel and José tell us a little about their work and answer some questions asked by the curator Max Hernández Calvo (Lima)
MADRID - THE PONCE + ROBLES GALLERY AND THE CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS THEY FIND DAY BY DAY
Revolver Galería presents its new place with a group show titled non-space that intertwines Peruvian and Swedish artists.
LIMA, PERU –REVOLVER GALERIA REFLECTS ON THE MEANING OF SPACE AND “NON-SPACE”
The Venezuelan gallery Carmen Araujo Arte, in partnership with the Luis Brito Foundation, presents the exhibition Paralelismos: Selección de fotografías (1975/86) del Archivo de la Fundación Luis Brito (Parallelisms: Selection of Photographs (1975/86) from the Luis Brito Foundation Archive), curated and designed by Ricardo Báez.
CARACAS - “… A mysterious work full of allusions…” LUIS BRITO IN CARMEN ARAUJO ARTE
The show’s title is Lo que paso en la navidad de 1980 (What Happened in the Christmas of 1980), and it displays Works by artists Santiago Villanueva y Paula Castro
BUENOS AIRES – THE ISLA FLOTANTE GALLERY PRESENTS CONTEMPORARY ART WITH A PERSPECTIVE INTO ARGENTINE HISTORY
Within the context of the pandemic, at Arte al Día we thought of a new publication format to help keep artistic activity afloat. Today we present Espacio Mínimo, an international contemporary art gallery based in Madrid with 28 years of experience
ART IN QUARANTINE: WE PRESENT ESPACIO MÍNIMO, INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY IN MADRID
Vivir así: sin palabras (Living like this: without words) it’s titled. The current exhibition of Max Gómez Canle in the Ruth Benzacar gallery in Buenos Aires does not contain curatotial text, only a gallery of images that accompany the viewer from the birth of the idea to its display in space.
BUENOS AIRES - MAX GÓMEZ CANLE'S EXHIBITION THAT, WITHOUT WORDS, SAYS EVERYTHING - RUTH BENZACAR GALLERY
FICCIONARIOS (Fiction collections), the exhibition by the Ecuadorian artist Patricio Palomeque, is on view in the +ARTE gallery and presents dystopian urban scenes that do not stray too far from the present reality.
"FICCIONARIOS" (FICTION COLLECTIONS), A NOT-SO-FICTION ART SHOW
The show Matar y Morir (To kill and to die) is presented by Hache gallery as Baggio's first solo exhibition.
BUENOS AIRES- GABRIEL BAGGIO’S SOLO EXHIBITION THAT DESTROYS AND REBUILDS THE CONCEPTS OF LIFE AND DEATH
The Peruvian gallery 80M2 exhibits the Peruvian artist, Sandra Gamarra, who is currently based in Spain. In her exhibition, Bodegón-Vitrina-Museo-Vitrina-Bodegón (Still Life-Showcase-Museum-Showcase-Still Life), Gamarra refers to the colonization period from a perspective that unsettles the existing notions of it, ironically.
PERU - SANDRA GAMARRA’S INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION CHALLENGES MUSEUMS’ ENDEAVOUR
No lugar-arte contemporáneo (No Place - Contemporary Art) shares, even in times of distancing (and perhaps for this very reason) the project 'Fission' which brings together the exhibition projects 'Los Mundos de Tita' (Tita’s Worlds) by Fabiola Cedillo and ‘Acto Intimo” (Intimate Act) by Paula Arias. The proposals bring together works in photography, drawing and performance.