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.
DOT FIFTYONE GALLERY - 18 YEARS IN MIAMI
On view 10 September – 31 October 2020, and organized in close collaboration with Hurtado earlier this year, the intimate exhibition Luchita Hurtado. Together Forever presents over thirty works from the 1960s through the present day in which she explored the self and the surrounding world as her primary subject. Many of these highly personal artworks – recent paintings of birth along with early works on paper that have remained largely private up to this point – will be on view to the public for the first time.
NEW YORK-BASED GALLERY HAUSER & WIRTH PRESENTS LUCHITA HURTADO. TOGETHER FOREVER
This is the Brazilian artists’ second solo exhibition with the gallery. Twin brothers Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo will present a new body of paintings that delve further into their fantasy/dream world by exploring themes related to mysticism and science fiction. Utilizing repeated geometric motifs reminiscent of temple architecture and abstract patterns similar to those in Op Art, this exhibition will offer a heightened, multi-sensory experience that embraces the power of human imagination and the vast possibilities inherent in visually interpreting the subconscious.
PORTAL, OSGEMEOS’ SOLO EXHIBITION AT LEHMANN MAUPIN NEW YORK
Visual artist and doctoral student in Culture and Society at Universidade Federal da Bahia, Tiago presents, in his Works, a dive into the tensions and representations of Afro-Brazilian identities, understanding the dynamics that involve the production of history and memory.
SÃO PAULO-BASED GALERIA LEME ANNOUNCES THE REPRESENTATION OF TIAGO SANT'ANA
Until August 29th, Los Angeles-based Steve Turner presents Herida Oscura (Dark Wound), a solo online exhibition by New York-based Carlos Martiel which features photographs that document a number of his performances over the last thirteen years.
CARLOS MARTIEL: HERIDA OSCURA IN STEVE TURNER GALLERY
Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Cuban Legacy Gallery at the historic Freedom Tower will present Remaking Miami: Josefina Tarafa’s Photographs of the 1970s, an exhibition of images by the photographer, editor, and philanthropist that pictures the transformation of Miami by the arrival of Tarafa’s fellow Cuban immigrants. Tarafa's exceptional photographic work unites an inventive formal sensibility, a documentary and anthropological drive, and a keen eye for the revelatory detail. The exhibition will be on view from fall 2020 until the end of February 2021.
CUBAN LEGACY GALLERY EXHIBITS REMAKING MIAMI: JOSEFINA TARAFA’S PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE 1970S
The Hilario Artes Letras Oficios gallery has organized its third online auction with heritage photography, paintings, sculpture, graphic work, silverware, traditional textiles, books, manuscripts and historical objects. The catalog with 52 lots can be found on the gallery's website, where each lot can be appreciated with various images and accompanying studies and texts.
3rd HILARIO ONLINE AUCTION - ARTS, LITERATURE AND CRAFT
On Wednesday, August 12 at 2:00 pm, Espacio Ftalo reopens its doors with the group exhibition "Código de reunión” (Reunion Code), a forceful exhibition with paintings by the gallery’s artists Julio Alan Lepez, Diego Cirulli, Paz Bardi, Santiago Erausquin, Paula Cecci and Pablo Noce.
CÓDIGO DE REUNIÓN - REOPENING OF THE ESPACIO FTALO GALLERY IN BUENOS AIRES
It’s a unique, exclusive, historical document that will show, with the eyes of each of the photographers, the reality we are experiencing and that we do not know how it will evolve. It is a document with the force that only these radical movements can have that completely change our way of seeing and living life.
PAUSA, A PROJECT BY MEXICAN GALLERY PATRICIA CONDE WHERE “LITTLE THINGS BEGIN TO MATTER”
Cuban artist Aurora Molina is presenting with Bernice Steimbaum Gallery a participatory project with a commitment to raise awareness about the lives of the children separated from their parents at the border. All the faces stitched together to strengthen the very fabric of our own society.
SO (SEW) AMERICA CARES, A SOCIAL ART PROJECT BY AURORA MOLINA THAT INTERWEAVES PUBLIC SPHERES
Saturday, August 1, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Within the framework of its Residency Program, the Ecuadorian gallery conducts an Open Studio of Rocío Soria Díaz and Leonardo Jiménez, current artists selected in the project La Casa en el Aire. Thanks to its Covid-19 Common Emergency Fund campaign, the Casa en el Aire program offers access to housing and studio spaces for 2 artists residing in Ecuador from June to August. The project defends the positive effects that a basic access to housing and to the rent of spaces for studies could have on the artistic community.
THIS SATURDAY, NO LUGAR GALLERY OPENS ITS DOORS INTO ITS RESIDENT ARTISTS’ STUDIO
July 2020 - The subsuelo gallery, in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, presents the work of the Argentine photographer Matías Sarlo where the plain works as a motif, atmosphere and even character.
PORTRAIT OF A LANDSCAPE
Now in virtual format, the Bogotá-based gallery developed an immersive experience for the public to “visit” Economía del color (Color Economy) by the Colombian artist Luis Hernández Mellizo, and Songs for Fernanda, by Aldo Chaparro, born in Peru.
NUEVEOCHENTA GALLERY PRESENTS EXHIBITIONS OF ALDO CHAPARRO AND LUIS HERNÁNDEZ MELLIZO
Dot Fiftyone, a Miami based gallery, announces a Virtual Talk between artist Anastasia Samoylova and David Company, Managing Director of Programs at the International Center of Photography (ICP) New York, on Thursday July 16, 12 pm EST (1 pm ARG). They will engage in a conversation about Samoylova’s photographic work and current exhibition ‘FloodZone’, on view at the gallery.
DOT FIFTYONE PRESENTS ANASTASIA SAMOYLOVA'S EXHIBITION IN A VIRTUAL TALK WITH DAVID CAMPANY
To think everything over again, a virtual exhibition by Buenos Aires based gallery Rolf Art, presents contemporary elements along those of Argentine history that the curator, Andrea Giunta, organizes in 6 chapters. Each one of them delves into different concepts regarding the excluded and the hidden, the relationships with life, with absence, with the closeness and distance of affections with the new forms of daily life and the State. […] In this scenario, feminism emerges to observe global change, contemporary notions of community, the crisis of anthropocentric models and of human exceptionalism.
THE SCOPE OF FEMINISM IN THE ARTISTIC FIELD – ROLF ART THINKS EVERYTHING OVER AGAIN
This is the gallery’s first solo exhibition of Monterroso, and it is accompanied by a curatorial text by art historian Isabela Villanueva.