In order to celebrate the opening of its second space in Miami, Florida, Pablo Atchugarry Foundation (Uruguay) presents a retrospective exhibition of the Uruguayan artist José Pedro Costigliolo (1902-1985). Forerunner of non-figurative art, Costigliolo's contribution to geometric abstraction development -movement emerged mainly in Latin America- has been recognized internationally. Raised as a retrospective that explores the changes and evolutions of the Uruguayan artist, La Vida de las Formas (The Life of The Forms) opens the foundation new headquarters at Miami on December 29.
A RETROSPECTIVE OF JOSÉ PEDRO COSTIGLIOLO INAUGURATES THE NEW SPACE OF PABLO ATCHUGARRY FOUNDATION IN MIAMI
From December 14th to February 21st at Sala Gasco Contemporary Art, in Santiago de Chile, the artists Jorge Brantmayer, Víctor Castillo, Catalina González, Angie Saiz and Joaquín Segura present Postrauma. Under Saiz curatorship the exhibition aims to illustrate the multiple expressions after traumatic experiences.
HOW TO SURVIVE A TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE IN A POST-CAPITALIST SOCIETY?
In addition to Clorindo Testa’s individual exhibition the Fine Arts National Museum (MNBA) of Buenos Aires (Argentina) inaugurates En Tránsito. Fotografías de la colección del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (In Transit. Photographs from the Fine Arts National Museum collection). After passing through Córdoba and Mendoza provinces, the photographs of Henri Cartier Bresson, Graciela Iturbide and Sara Facio, among other renowned artists who make up the MNBA collection, will be exhibited since tomorrow on the second floor of the museum.
BUENOS AIRES: THE FINE ARTS NATIONAL MUSEUM PRESENTS IT'S PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION
Tomorrow at the Jumex Museum, the North American artist Michael Smith presents ¡Imagina la vista desde aquí! (¡Imagine the view from here!), an exhibition that represents aging, failure and enthusiasm based on the aspirational construction of corporate and institutional culture.
MICHAEL SMITH THINKS ABOUT THE CORPORATE CULTURE ASPIRATIONS AT THE JUMEX MUSEUM
On December 11th, at the Fine Arts National Museum (MNBA) of Beuenos Aires (Argentina), inaugurates an exhaustive exhibition of Italian-Argentinean plastic artist and architect, Clorindo Testa. Bringing together artworks from 1968 onwards the aim of the exhibition is to pay tribute to one of the most important figures of the Argentinean 20th century, his work and legacy in the South American country.
CLORINDO TESTA, THE ARCHITECT THAT LIVES IN THE MUSEUMS
In the framework of Art Basel Miami, Doral government inaugurated yesterday the Urban Art Project for pedestrians Pedestriart conceived by Cuban artist Leonel Matheu. Stimulating the awareness of pedestrians through iconographies, the project aims to represent traffic signals from their shapes and color coding. With the inauguration at Downtown Doral Park yesterday afternoon the installation proposes a creative and interactive experience for the community.
ART BASEL MIAMI: DORAL GOVERNMENT INAUGURATES A PROJECT OF URBAN ART
Inaugurated on November 13th, the New York gallery Kurimanzutto presents Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow (Part II), a collective exhibition that brings together the work of artists such as David Medal, Mira Schendel, Alejandro Otero, Jesus Rafael Soto, Sergio de Camargo , Lygia Clark and Liliane Lijn, among others. On exhibition until January 21st, the show commemorates the innovative spirit of the consecrated Signals London gallery (1964-1966).
KURIMANZUTTO TRIBUTE IN NEW YORK TO THE EMBLEMATIC SIGNALS LONDON
The Artbook Editions, Unlimited-Limited # 6, print by Antoni Miralda, New World Foods lighting the Old World pays homage to the creative community that frequented El Internacional Tapas Bar & Restaurant, the now legendary postmodern restaurant which the artist launched in Tribeca with Chef Montse Guillén in 1984. El Internacional combined avant-garde artistry and food, becoming an iconic symbol of New York in the 1980s through its nightly explorations of cross-cultural, trans-disciplinary aesthetics.
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH: THE SPANISH ARTIST ANTONI MIRALDA PRESENTS HIS NEW BOOK
The Chilean AMA Foundation, better known as FAMA, donated to New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Ocean, 33 ° 02'47 "S / 51 ° 04'00" N, the Chilean artist Enrique Ramírez artwork. The reason for the donation is the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the foundation.
THE AMA FOUNDATION DONATED ENRIQUE RAMÍREZ CHILEAN ARTIST ARTWORK TO NEW YORK'S MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
At Henrique Faria Gallery of Buenos Aires, the artist and curator Osvaldo Romberg (Buenos Aires, 1938) presents Estudios de color: Del análisis a la metáfora (Color Studies: From analysis to metaphor). Product of a formal search during a specific period of the Argentine artist, the exhibition exhibited at the gallery located in Retiro neighborhood joins together more than fifteen exceptional artworks of Romberg's career.
OSVALDO ROMBERG EXHIBITS A HISTORICAL REVISION OF COLOR
At the HACHE gallery in Buenos Aires, an individual exhibition by Diego Figueroa inaugurated. Mi Reina (My Queen) is the first exhibition of the Argentine artist exhibited in the gallery. From intertextualities with canonical works of art history, Figueroa wanders between the "legitimate" concept –introduced by the French thinker Pierre Bourdieu- and the popular.
DIEGO FIGUEROA LOOKS FOR POPULAR CONDITION MEANING TODAY
Within the framework of the tenth SIART International Art Biennial, in Bolivia, which ends tomorrow, the artist Sonia Cunliffe represented Peru with the El Guerrillero Heroíco project. Through the archival photography and the appropriation of objects, the Peruvian artist reconstructs the revolutionary political scene in Latin America after the Cuban revolution.
BOLIVIA: SONIA CUNLIFFE AT THE TENTH SIART INTERNATIONAL ART BIENNIAL
Supported by Christopher Grimes Projects, large-scale artistic and architectural projects promoter organization, the artist Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle (Madrid, 1961) completed a site-specific installation at the Texas A&M College of Engineering at to inaugurate the new program of art in said institution.
CHRISTOPHER GRIMES PROJECTS PRESENTS IÑIGO MANGLANO-OVALLE'S INSTALLATION AT A NORTH AMERICAN INSTITUTION
At the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires (MAMBA), an individual exhibition of Argentine artist Mercedes Azpilicueta is exhibited until 3rd of March. Through video installations and sound pieces, Cuerpos Pájaros (Birds Bodies) explores the hidden resources of expression: gestures, breathing and tone.
MERCEDES AZPILICUETA EXPLORES PHYSICAL AND ORAL LANGUAGE BORDERS
As a closing of what was Escuela Flora 2018 program, FLORA ars + natura opens its doors with The Cat is Killing the Birds, but I Love her Anyway collective exhibition. After a collective exchange carried out in the Bogota (Colombia) headquarters, more than twenty Latin American artists exhibit their work.
ESCUELA FLORA CLOSES IT'S 2018 EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH A COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION IN BOGOTÁ
Under Ariel Jimenez curatorship, the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC) presents Convergences / Divergences, Primitve Source of The Modern. The exhibition opens on Friday, November 30 - within the framework of Miami’s art week - in the Miami Design District Center of the organization and will take place until May 4th, 2019.
THE JCMAC COLLECTION PRESENTS A DIALOGUE BETWEEN INDIGENOUS CULTURES AND MODERN ART
With a collective exhibition titled This is Brazil, the prestigious Galeria Murilo Castro Gallery inaugurated its new space based in Miami. The expansion not only means an opening to the international market, but also as the positioning as a one of the most important galleries in Brazil.
GALERIA MURILO CASTRO INAUGURATES NEW SPACE IN MIAMI
This afternoon at the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) auditorium, under the exhibition curator Jimena Ferreiro’s and Rafael Cippolini’s tutelage inaugurates Pablo Suárez. Narciso Plebeyo. Constituted as a huge retrospective of the South American artist Pablo Suárez (Buenos Aires, 1937-2006), the exhibition will be exhibited in the museum until February 18th.
PABLO SUÁREZ. NARCISO PLEBEYO: HUGE RETROSPECTIVE AT THE MUSEUM OF LATIN AMERICAN ART OF BUENOS AIRES
Within the framework of the collective exhibition Lydia Cabrera and Édouard Glissant: Trembling Thinking opened in October at the America Society / Council of the Americas (ASCOA) gallery, the artists Tania Bruguera and Hans Ulrich Obrist will carry out a discussion that will revolve around it.
TANIA BRUGUERA AND HANS ULRICH OBRIST AT ASCOA
In the framework of the 2018 Ciudad Pantalla Festival, Die Ecke Arte Contemporáni Chilean gallery announces its participation with Nicolás Rupcich video art CHEPU. On exhibition until January 25th, the festival inaugurates tomorrow as part of the LOOP Barcelona Fair.
NICOLÁS RUPCICH AT 2018 CIUDAD PANTALLA FESTIVAL
Until March 10th, at Buenos Aires Museum Modern Art,Nicolás Mastracchio’ssolo show Pulso is presented. With artworks hanging from the ceiling, the Argentine artist creates an ecosystem where the viewer turns his entire body to space.
PULSO: A FLOATING EXHIBITION AT THE BUENOS AIRES MODERN MUSEUM ROOMS
Until December 10th, at TEORéTica space, Ejercicios de Autonomía (Autonomy Exercises) collective exhibition of Costa Rican artists Priscilla Monge and Victoria Cabezas is presented. Under the curatorship of Miguel Ángel López the works of each one are opposed in a constant symbolic confrontation.
AUTONOMY EXERCISES AT TEORÉTICA
To close its 2018 program, Galería Leme presents an individual exhibition by Mauro Piva (Rio de Janeiro, 1977). Bringing together the most recent productions of the Brazilian artist, the space of the gallery is intervened by six paintings, eight sculptures and a large scale site-specific installation.
MAURO PIVA AT GALERIA LEME
Until December 2nd at the Jumex Museum in Mexico Los robots no lloran,(Robots don’t cry) unprecedented exhibition produced by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes is presented. As a "puppet artwork", the play is a dialogue performed by puppets representing contemporary public figures such as Noam Chomsky, Karl Marx, Elon Mus, Ayn Ran and Donald Trump.
A PUPPETS GLOBAL TRAGEDY AT THE JUMEX MUSEUM
Tony Bechara, El Museo del Barrio's esteemed Chair Emeritus of the Board of Trustees, has made a gift of one million dollars to support the museum's growing curatorial and education programs, as well as its endowment.
TONY BECHARA MAKES AN IMPORTANT DONATION TO EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO IN NEW YORK
At the Bombas Gens Centre d’Art in Valencia, inaugurates tomorrow a solo show by the Norwegian artist Anna-Eva Bergman (1909-1987). Under the curatorship of Nuria Enguita and Christine Lamonthe, Fom North to South, Rythmswill be open to the public until May 2019 in the Spanish cultural center.
ANNA -EVA BERGMAN THROUGH LANDSCAPE
Until January 13th at Estancia FEMSA and Casa Luis Barragán an individual exhibition of the renowned Danish artist Danh Vo (Bà Rịa, Vietnam, 1975) is presented. Constructed by pieces and interventions created especially for this venue, Jardín con palomas al vuelo (Garden with pigeons) explores the architecture and the life of the objects and people who have inhabited Casa Luis Barragán a long it’s history.
DANH VO AT CASA LUIS BARRAGÁN IN MÉXICO
I Don’t Wanna Wait for Our Lives to Be Over marks the first solo museum exhibition in the United States for Manuel Solano. Working across mediums, Solano explores issues of identity and its formation by drawing from their personal life, memories, and popular culture. The exhibition will be open until April 14th.
MANUEL SOLANO: I DON'T WANNA WAIT FOR OUR LIVES TO BE OVER
For the second year in a row, the Fundo Las Cabras gardens(Requínoa, Chile) will host the Thirteen Gardens Art Encounte. With the participation of more than forty Latin American artists, including Alejandro Quiroga, Paula de Solminihac, Álvaro Muñoz Fátima Pecci, Catalina Andonie, Ignacio Gumucio, Esperanza Rojo, Hugo Leonello, Antonia Daiber, Bastián Arce and Amanda Hansen, the meeting will begin in November 10 and will remain until the 18th of the same month.
ART AND CULTURE AT REQUÍNOA GARDENS (CHILE)
Until November 13th at Espacio El Dorado (Bogotá, Colombia), international collective exhibition Unidad Mínima (Minimum Unit) is exhibited. The exposition is formed by a wide range of Latin American artists and spaces from the region -UV Estudios (Buenos Aires), Sagrada Mercancía (Santiago de Chile), KM 0.2 (San Juan de Puerto Rico) and Espacio El Dorado-.