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  • Tango, pólvora y multitudes en la Vuelta de Rocha

    Cai mina la identificación de la pólvora con China, al tiempo que alude a su uso medicinal original y a su actual connotación violenta. Tanto el proceso químico de la explosión como la creación, destrucción y desaparición de la obra en sí están concebidas para producir una catarsis, tanto física como conceptual.

  • Curated by Matthieu Poirier

    Galerie Perrotin presents “Chronochrome,” a double exhibition dedicated to Jesús Rafael Soto (1923-2005), held simultaneously in its Paris and New York spaces.

  • Thom Collins heading to Philadelphia’s Barnes Foundation after guiding PAMM’s successful move to new venue.

    Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is launching an international search for a director to replace Thom Collins, who will step down in March after guiding the museum’s successful move to a spectacular new waterfront venue, PAMM Board Chair Aaron Podhurst announced.

  • Museo Tamayo, D. F. Mexico, Mexico

    The Colombian-Canadian curator Juan Andrés Gaitán was appointed director of the Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo in Mexico City, following the resignation of Carmen Cuenca.

Museum Exhibitions

The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin has been gifted approximately 120 modern and contemporary Latin American artworks from UT alumni Judy and Charles Tate of Houston.


A Gaze Turned Towards Latin America

The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Palma, Majorca, Es Baluard, is beginning a promising stage under the direction of Nekane Aramburu.

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  • Casa de la Hacienda La Trinidad (HLTPC), Caracas

    In 1980, the exhibition Didáctica y dialéctica del color, by master of color Carlos Cruz-Diez (Venezuela, 1923), was held at the Universidad Simón Bolívar (USB), Caracas.

  • Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires

    Flavia Da Rin’s (Buenos Aires, 1978) alluring images usually distil fantasy, humor, and a dissimulated melancholy; they are structured around the artist’s appearance in constant and infinite transformation.


Intricate simplicity

At the core of Ricardo Rendón's artistic process is the notion that there are endless possibilities of creation starting from an already given set of elements.

Beyond the vernacular-artistic manifestations that strive to understand what is produced in and from the Caribbean as an eclectic amalgamation of ancestral and cultural links, the work of artist Zilia Sánchez (1926) has developed amidst notions of rupture, which have a long tradition in the modern and contemporary art production of Latin America.

Enrique Martínez Celaya’s summer 2013 exhibition at SITE Santa Fe follows a 2011-12 installation of Schneebett (2004) at the Miami Art Museum, and provides an opportunity to survey his career.

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