The installation is free and presented outdoors from November 29 to April 18. Curated by Silvia Karman Cubiñá (Executive Director and Chief Curator) and Leilani Lynch (Curator), from The Bass, it utilizes a selection of over 1,000 native plant species, fauna and mineral to form a planted environment in front of the museum.
AGUA DULCE – COMMISSIONED BY THE BASS MUSEUM TO ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS
Curated by Ariel Jiménez, the exhibition will be on view until March 20, 202. With the title Iridescent Geometries, the Collection gives continuity to the exhibition project that began six years ago. Since then, its objective has been to promote the study of modern and contemporary art at an international level, emphasizing abstract-geometric practices.
ERNESTO BRIEL: IRIDESCENT GEOMETRIES AT THE JUAN CARLOS MALDONADO ART COLLECTION
The Doral Contemporary Art Museum (DORCAM) exhibition will be the largest exhibition of Valdés’ epic sculptures to date. It will be on view for six months, until June 2021, with several programs organized around the exhibition throughout its duration.
LARGER THAN LIFE SCULPTURES AND URBAN INTERVENTION. MANOLO VALDÉS: THE LEGACY
Fina Miralles (Sabadell, 1950) is one of the most significant Spanish artists active from the seventies to the present day. The exhibition, curated by Teresa Grandas, presents works that break the limits of artistic conventions (the monochrome landscape, painting as gesture, the artist as an artistic object) in a body of work in which process is more significant than the formal result and gives the work value, albeit within a notion of ‘value’ that is constantly held to question, however it is materialized.
MUSEU D'ART CONTEMPORANI DE BARCELONA - FINA MIRALLES: I AM ALL THE SELVES THAT I HAVE BEEN
The Museum will open the doors to the new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building on November 21. The new addition to the main campus will feature site-specific commissioned artworks from artists like Carlos Cruz-Diez, Olafur Eliasson, and Ai Weiwei. Plus, about 1,100 works from the Museum’s distinguished international collections of modern and contemporary art by artists such as Yayoi Kusama and James Turrell.
HOUSTON – THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS REOPENS WITH CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITIONS
The nominated work is Volcán I, III, II from 2019. It arises from a recurring question about the slow processes of change that are currently happening, these that have an intrinsic force and that transform everything around them. Camila Botero was born in Medellín in 1976, where she works and lives.
CAMILA BOTERO NOMINATED IN ARTBO FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD
Researcher and curator from Rio de Janeiro, she takes on the Adjunct Curatorship of MAM Rio as a result of the open call launched in October, which resulted in 139 applications.
BEATRIZ LEMOS - NEW ASSISTANT CURATOR AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART RIO DE JANEIRO
In 2018, Jennifer Garza-Cuen and Odette England spent a week at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Residency in Captiva, Florida, collaborating on a series of nearly 200 photograms.
JENNIFER GARZA-CUEN & ODETTE ENGLAND EXHIBIT “PAST PAPER // PRESENT MARKS: RESPONDING TO RAUSCHENBERG” AT PENUMBRA FOUNDATION NEW YORK
The great patron passed away yesterday, Sunday, November 15, at 89 years of age with a career and heritage that served her international recognition.
A FAREWELL TO NELLY ARRIETA DE BLAQUIER - PATRON, COLLECTOR AND OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY OF ARGENTINE ART
Its virtual programming highlights new and popular classic films from November 18 to 27, including a total of 64 films representing 49 indigenous nations in 12 different countries: United States, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, Guatemala, Finland , Ecuador, Norway, Peru, Argentina, Australia and Belize.
20TH EDITION OF THE NATIVE CINEMA SHOWCASE OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN
On November 23 of this very particular 2020, ArtexArte-Fundación Alfonso y Luz Castillo reaches twenty-five years of activity.
25 YEARS OF ARTEXARTE-ALFONSO AND LUZ CASTILLO’S FOUNDATION
On view until July 2021, the show celebrates the most recent acquisitions to Jorge M. And Darlene Pérez’ Collection, which consists of a sizable selection of international African and African Diaspora artists.
PAMM REOPENED AND EXHIBITS ‘ALLIED WITH POWER: AFRICAN AND AFRICAN DIASPORA ART FROM THE JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION’
Curated by Miguel López, “From one point to the other” is the first monographic exhibition of the artist, one of the most outstanding photographers of her generation. The exhibition is open to the public from November 12, 2020 to May 16, 2021.
FLAVIA GANDOLFO: "DE UN PUNTO A OTRA" AT THE MUSEO DE ARTE DE LIMA
Sesc Pompeia presents FARSA, curated by Marta Mestre and with adjunct curatorship by Pollyana Quintella. Referring to the universe of language, works produced in Brazil and Portugal by contemporary visual artists are exposed. The institution, when carrying out such activity, reaffirms the importance of knowing the influences of different ethnicities and communities in the historical and cultural formation of a country, understanding the plurality of references in the constitution of identities.
FARSA. LANGUAGE, FRACTURE AND FICTION: BRAZIL - PORTUGAL
The Fundação Bienal exhibits Vento [Wind] from November 14 to December 13 at the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion as part of the program of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo – Though it’s dark, still I sing.
VENTO [WIND] - GROUP EXHIBITION AT THE 34TH BIENAL DE SÃO PAULO
From November 12 to 21, this annual visual arts milestone brings together the most important galleries in the country. In its fourth version, it focuses on outstanding Chilean artists, launches its digital platform for art sales and offers online guided tours of national and Latin American exhibitions, among other experiences of connection through art.
MALBA AND GALLERY WEEKEND SANTIAGO - CONNECTING KEY SPACES OF LATIN AMERICAN ART
This is the second online conference organized by the Cisneros Institute at MoMA and conceived by guest curator Julieta González as part of a three-year research initiative on the relationships between art and the environment in Latin America. (The online sessions will be in English. Videos with Spanish subtitles will be posted in December)
CISNEROS INSTITUTE AND MoMA PRESENT ‘REWEAVING OURSELVES: CONTEMPORARY ECOLOGY THROUGH THE IDEAS OF JUAN DOWNEY’
Today, Thursday, November 5, the MALBA opens its doors after almost eight months of being closed. The first week (until Wednesday 11/11) admission will be free with prior online reservation www.malba.org.ar
BUENOS AIRES – MALBA REOPENS WITH TWO EXHIBITIONS
Organized by the Taubman Museum of Art featuring works from the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, A Very Anxious Feeling: Voices of Unrest in the American Experience shines light on the widespread feelings of anxiety in contemporary art.
A VERY ANXIOUS FEELING: VOICES OF UNREST IN THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE - 20 YEARS OF THE BETH RUDIN DEWOODY COLLECTION
The Museum opened in 1990 with the aim of becoming a leading art institution, in an event that was also the inauguration of the exhibition Memory of the future. Italian art from early avant-garde to post-war. The goals of the museum were to assemble an important collection of modern and contemporary art, to turn into a dynamic center of new tendencies and artists, to develop an academic network of research and education and to act as an active cultural promoter.
THE REINA SOFÍA MUSEUM CELEBRATES ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A MAJOR EXHIBITION ABOUT MONDRIAN AND DE STIJL
Curated by Xue Tan and Sunjung Kim, Wet feet __ dry feet: borders and games brings together three interconnected projects by Francis Alÿs (born 1959 in Belgium and based in Mexico City since the 1980s), widely perceived as one of the most influential conceptual artists of our time.
TAI KWUN CONTEMPORARY PRESENTS “WET FEET __ DRY FEET: BORDERS AND GAMES” BY FRANCIS ALŸS
It’s a major exhibition by the Danish-Icelandic artist, his first in Portugal. In this exhibition, the artist places several large-scale installations both organic and artificial within the museum as well as in the surrounding parkland.
OLAFUR ELIASSON: Y/OUR FUTURE IS NOW IN SERRALVES MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Since 2019, FALFAA has been working on the restructuring of its own database, originally designed by León and FALFAA in 2008, and which today has more than 5,000 works records.
FUNDACIÓN AUGUSTO Y LEÓN FERRARI ANNOUNCES THE CREATION OF A DATABASE
Established in 2011 in Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), the center’s mission is to promote wide public knowledge and appreciation of African American culture. Díaz is an experienced leader and community builder within education and the arts.
JOËL DÍAZ APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF WALTER O. EVANS CENTER FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
Titled An Interval of Time and sited at University of Texas’ Jackson School of Geosciences, Bravo’s digital animation weaves together geological data with images of Iceland, Colombia, New Mexico and Colorado, looped across three flat screen displays.
LANDMARKS PRESENTS NEW COMMISSIONED WORK BY COLOMBIAN ARTIST MONIKA BRAVO
The award was created in tribute to Michael Richards (1963–2001), an incisive, provocative and poetic artist whose body of work primarily addresses racial inequity and social injustice. An Oolite Arts alum, Richards passed away tragically in his art studio in the World Trade Center during the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
MARÍA MARTÍNEZ-CAÑAS RECIPIENT OF THE OOLITE ARTS 2020 MICHAEL RICHARDS AWARD
Aráoz’ solo exhibition Solid Dream was inaugurated virtually on Saturday, October 24, in the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, within the framework of the Museums Illuminate festival organized by RAME (Argentine Network of Museums and Art Spaces)
NICANOR ARÁOZ: SUEÑO SÓLIDO IN THE MUSEO MODERNO OF BUENOS AIRES
Since its origins in 1982 in Madrid and 2016 in Lisbon, the ARCO fair has worked for the sustainable development of a market for art in a national context with an international vision; it has enhanced knowledge and learning about art and invented new ways to build bridges between places, people and ideas.
ARCO 2021 – MADRID / LISBON
New York- El Museo del Barrio receives the grant award to support the museum's curatorial and education programs, general operations, and $100,000 to support organizational capacity building, particularly in key areas including digital strategies and other needs.
EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO RECEIVES $4 MILLION "AMERICA'S CULTURAL TREASURES" INITIATIVE GRANT FROM THE FORD FOUNDATION AND PARTNERS
As of November this year, the decision was made by the University of London to shut down the Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS)