At La Casa Encendida, the artists David Horvitz (Los Angeles, 1982) and Javier Cruz (Madrid, 1985) exhibit a dialogue of objects and sound that proposes to alter our conception of space and time.
FLOR DE MAYO: MATERIAL AND TRANSOCEANIC POETRY
Open to the public from March 12 to June 13, 2022, this major international contemporary art event under the title rīvus will be articulated through a series of conceptual wetlands and imagined ecosystems populated by artworks, public programs, experiments, research and activisms, following the currents of meandering tributaries that expand into a delta of interrelated ideas.
rīvus - BIENNALE OF SYDNEY 23RD EDITION
The Patio Herreriano Spanish Contemporary Art Museum in Valladolid presents a group exhibition conceived as a critical essay against the hegemonic perspective that the 1980s was the most interesting period in contemporary Spanish painting.
PATIO HERRERIANO MUSEUM: AN PERSPECTIVE ON CONTEMPORARY SPANISH PAINTING
The Reina Sofía National Museum Center of Arts in Madrid presents for the first time the artwork of Swedish artist Charlotte Johannesson. Combining textile art and digital design, Johannesson's work is a key precedent for contemporary digital art and feminist artistic production.
CHARLOTTE JOHANNESSON: FEMINIST TEXTILE AND DIGITAL ART
After one year in lockdown, literally "at home," Garagem Sul announces At Home, a pre-pandemic exhibition which demonstrates that architects have been long debating and experimenting with how and where we live. Curated by Margherita Guccione, Pippo Ciorra, André Tavares and Sérgio Catumba
LISBON – AT HOME PRESENTS PROJECTS FOR CONTEMPORARY LIVING
The festival, which takes part at various of the city's exceptional heritage sites, has been a major influence in disseminating the best of world photography. This year, Rolf Art exhibits “Rethink Everything: the power of art in times of isolation” with curatorship by Andrea Giunta and the collaboration of Julieta Tarraubella and Florencia Rugiero.
BUENOS AIRES-BASED GALLERY ROLF ART EXHIBITS “RETHINK EVERYTHING” AT LES RENCONTRES D’ARLES
Within the framework of the MadBlue festival and quoting the Pixies' song, the artist from Madrid intervenes in the Casa Encendida with thirteen paintings that reproduce the phrase Where is my mind? in nautical alphabet.
MADRID: NURIA MORA INTERVENES ON THE CASA ENCENDIDA'S FAÇADE
Two years after the announcement of her appointment, the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires reports that Gabriela Rangel will leave her position as Artistic Director of the museum as of June, in the framework of an unprecedented international crisis marked by the pandemic.
GABRIELA RANGEL CLOSES HER CYCLE AS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AT MALBA FROM JUNE 2021
Olafur Eliasson presents site-specific installation Life at the Beyeler Foundation. Conceived to reflect on the relationship between culture and nature, the artwork is one of the artist's most daring pieces.
OLAFUR ELIASSON: "LIFE", AN INSTINCTIVE EXPERIENCE AT THE BEYELER FOUNDATION
The Pinta Group, directed by Diego Costa Peuser, and their respective fairs, both Pinta Miami and BAphoto, introduced a series of videos in which the artists presented their works. This time, the Madrid-based artista represented by the Ponce+Robles gallery talks about his painting and artistic endeavor.
PINTA ART PRESENTS A NEW EDITION OF OPENFILE WITH JOSÉ CASTIELLA
As part of the centenary birth of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, the museum of the same name in Madrid is inaugurating a series of exhibitions in his honour. Free admission until 18 April.
THYSSEN-BORNEMISZA NATIONAL MUSEUM: A TRIBUTE TO THE 100TH BIRTHDAY OF ITS FOUNDER
The Reina Sofía Center of Art National Museum presents a collective exhibition dedicated to contemporary Moroccan artistic production. In recognition of the influence that the countries of the southern shores of the Mediterranean have on Western culture, Moroccan Trilogy. 1950-2020 is the first project in the museum's decolonial research programme.
MOROCCAN TRILOGY: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE ARTISTIC MOVEMENTS OF THE LAST 70 YEARS
For centuries, noon has been considered a most forbidding hour, the time when shadows shorten and specters emerge. Regarding this theme, the exhibition features seven large-scale works by internationally acclaimed artists Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, conceived during a four-year collaboration with the museum.
BETWEEN BEAUTY AND BEWILDERMENT, THE MENIL COLLECTION PRESENTS ALLORA & CALZADILLA: SPECTERS OF NOON
The twenty-eighth edition of the contemporary art fair Estampa opened yesterday and is the centre of attention of the Spanish cultural scene and market: new chapter post-pandemic?
ESTAMPA 2021: A REASON TO BELIEVE IN THE RETURN OF THE TRADE FAIRS
In celebration of Riveros’ (Colombian) contributions to geometric abstraction in Latin America, the Foundation exhibits drawings, paintings, and sculptures in “Abstracción Eterna” (Eternal Abstraction), along with a never-before-done mural. Until August 28, the show features one of the most important living abstract geometric artists in Colombia.
“ABSTRACCIÓN ETERNA” - JORGE RIVEROS AT THE PIERO ATCHUGARRY FOUNDATION IN MIAMI
The Galería Elvira González presents a solo exhibition by the Spanish artist Chema Madoz: games to understand objects, visual aphorisms to interpret the world of things.
CHEMA MADOZ AND A SERIES OF RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS ON OBJECTS
The Colombian artist (Bogota, 1978), of international renown, participates in the group exhibition “Off the Record” held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan.
OFF THE RECORD – CARLOS MOTTA AT THE GUGGENHEIM NEW YORK
Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma inaugurated a group exhibition that reflects on the notions of frontier and defence. The work of artists such as Tommaso Realfonso and Master of the Conquest of Mallorca dialogue with the work of contemporary artists such as Antoni Muntadas (Barcelona 1942), Mounir Fatmi (Tangier, 1970), the duo Mª Jesús González Fernández (Valencia, 1978) and Patricia Gómez Villaescusa (Valencia, 1978), and Petrit Halilaj (Kosovo, 1986).
BORDERS YESTERDAY AND TODAY. ES BALUARD MUSEU INVITES SPECTATORS TO REFLECT AROUND ITS FOUNDATIONS
The Programme (ACT), founded by Francesca Bellini-Joseph, is an online platform that offers programmes focused on artistic careers. As part of its expansion, and in support of the Latin American artistic ecosystem, Pinta Art awarded three artists a grant to participate in the "Communicating Your Artistic Practice" program.
WINNERS OF THE PINTA GRANT FOR THE “ART CAREER TRANSFORMATION” PROGRAM
After six years of management, BAphoto announces that Francisco Medail is leaving his position as artistic director to continue his work as curatorial staff professional in the public cultural administration.
FRANCISCO MEDAIL CLOSES HIS CYCLE AS BAPHOTO ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Drawn from MoMA’s collection and augmented with key loans from the Calder Foundation, the exhibition on view in the Sculpture Garden celebrates one of the most beloved artists of the 20th century and presents rarely seen works.
MoMA EXHIBITS ALEXANDER CALDER: MODERN FROM THE START
Artist, editor and prominent designer, Vicente Rojo died in Mexico City at the age of 89.
IN MEMORIAM. VICENTE ROJO
Ponce + Robles gallery launches a project dedicated to celebrate the 50 years of Raquel Ponce and José Robles as gallerists in the contemporary art scene. The project consists of four exhibitions commissioned by David Barro (Spain, 1974), Pili Estrada Lecano (Ecuador, 1981), Susanna Tempkin (USA, 1985), Tiago de Abreu (Brazil, 1984) and will occupy the gallery's entire programme in 2021.
PONCE+ROBLES: 50 YEARS OF WORK AND AN AMBITIOUS CURATORIAL PROJECT FOR 2021
Digital art experiences a new impulse along with new payment methods.
BITCOIN COMES TO THE RESCUE OF THE ART MARKET
The fifth edition of ARCOlisboa announces new dates in September and the move to a new venue on the Tagus River. The Portuguese capital is eagerly awaiting the reunion at the most important event on the country's cultural scene.
ARCOlisboa 2021: NEW DATES, NEW SPACE
The Argentine Chamber of Art Galleries shares 21 exhibitions in Argentine galleries.
MERIDIANO PRESENTS THE 2021 AGENDA OF GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
From March 27, the Museum exhibits a thematic survey of contemporary art in Mexico over the past 20 years, a period during which Mexico has become a nexus of the global art scene. Drawing from the Colección Jumex and including invited artists and organizations, Normal Exceptions considers undercurrents in artistic practices that connect with life and its material traces. The exhibition will fill the entire museum with more than 60 works by artists based in Mexico, including those of international origin, and Mexican artists living and working abroad.
MUSEO JUMEX TURNS 20 YEARS AND PRESENTS NORMAL EXCEPTIONS: CONTEMPORARY ART IN MEXICO
Digital artwork by humanoid robot Sophia was sold at auction on Thursday for $688,888 in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT). The work, a self-portrait titled “Sophia Instantiation”, was made in collaboration with a ‘real life’ artist.
WORLD FAMOUS ROBOT SOLD HER SELF-PORTRAIT FOR NEARLY $700,000 AT AUCTION
The Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona (MABA) inaugurated the exhibition Félix González-Torres. Politics of Relationship. Curated by Tanya Barson, the retrospective dedicated to the Cuban artist brings together more than forty artworks, including a series of installations and works located in different public spaces in the Spanish city.
FELIX GONZÁLEZ-TORRES. POLITICS OF RELATIONSHIP
The Museum of Modern Art Bogotá presents this exhibition which focuses on the effects of colonial rule on indigenous civilizations in the Colombian Amazon and their present consequences. Heavily affected by armed conflict, drug trafficking, political insensibility, displacement, and environmental exploitation.