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
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
The show Matar y Morir (To kill and to die) is presented by Hache gallery as Baggio's first solo exhibition.