On August 7 at 11 am Colombia time, the Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá (MAMBO), directed by Claudia Hakim, has organized a program within the framework of ARTBO Weekend for the launch of the book. In turn, the book was also released at the New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts
COLOMBIAN ARTIST FANNY SANÍN EXHIBITS HER WORK AND PRESENTS HER FIRST MONOGRAPH AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA) announces the selection of artists exhibited in The New Woman: Gender Discourse in the Development of Cuban Female Photography at the Biennale della Fotografia Femminile in Mantova, Italy.
THE NEW WOMAN. GENDER DISCOURSE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CUBAN FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHY
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami) announced the expansion of its Art + Research Center, South Florida’s only museum-based research department, and its renaming to the Knight Foundation Art + Research Center (A+RC). The department’s new name commemorates a $2 million grant to ICA Miami from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in 2018.
ICA MIAMI EXPANDS ITS RESEARCH DEPARTMENT WITH ITS RENAMING TO KNIGHT FOUNDATION ART + RESEARCH CENTER
The artist is presenting a group of works belonging to his Joint Effort series. Jose Dávila challenges his own practice to create site-specific sculptures from found objects on Cockatoo Island, the site of an early colonial quarry, a British convict precinct of incarceration, a place where ships were built for the Second World War, and now a protected UNESCO site.
TRAVESIA CUATRO ANNOUNCES JOSE DÁVILA'S PARTICIPATION IN THE 22ND BIENNALE OF SYDNEY
New York - Lasting until next year, the museum's first national large-scale survey of Latinx contemporary art debuts with online artists' projects.
OBITUARIES OF THE AMERICAN DREAM IN EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO’S TRIEANAL “ESTAMOS BIEN”
Currently on view, Fantasías Modulares presents a wide range of elements. Grinning triangles, lounging cows, and winking circles populate the vibrant, queer landscapes of Ad Minoliti’s imagined worlds. Trained as a painter, Minoliti draws on the rich legacy of geometric abstraction in her native country, Argentina, where geometry was used as a tool for picturing utopian alternatives. By combining abstraction with playful figuration, Minoliti upends familiar fairy tales, turning them on their head. She is particularly interested in disrupting pictorial cultural norms that uphold traditional views of sexuality and gender.
MASSACHUSETTS – ARGENTINE ARTIST AD MINOLITI EXHIBITS AT THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
An essay contest, virtual exhibitions and the presentation of illustrative materials, photographs and videos make up the program that will be presented between July 29, 2020 and July 29, 2021 by the Otero-Pardo Foundation in alliance with the ArtesanoGroup Foundation.
OPEN CALL AND TRIBUTE TO MERCEDES PARDO
By Dalia Chévez: Workshop educator. Creator of alternative dynamics for artistic training. Bachelor in philosophy. Master in strategic communication management. Diploma in pedagogies of differences. Diploma in corporeality and technonarratives. Article commissioned by Y.ES Contemporary, part of the 2019 Y.ES Artist Academy focused on arts writing.
THE POSSIBILITIES OF PERFORMATIVITY TO RETHINK CURRENT LOCAL ART MUSEUMS OR DEVISE NEW ONES IN EL SALVADOR
Given the global scenario we’ve been going through, but without giving up on their commitment towards Latin American art, an online edition of PArC, Peru Arte Contemporáneo was carried out. Now, with the support of EFG Wealth Management, they present their catalogue
PArC – PERU CONTEMPORARY ART- PRESENTS ITS 2020 CATALOGUE
Sailing through the wake of abstract expressionism into recycled cinema and afterwards into object-oriented and performance-based destructivist art, Raphael Montañez Ortiz has spent more than six decades at the forefront of American postwar art. Virtual Book Launch: July 22, in conversation with Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Patrick Charpenel, Juan Sanchez, Chon Noriega, and others.
EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO PRESENTS “RAPHAEL MONTAÑEZ ORTIZ, A MONOGRAPH”
Now in its third year, the Fellowship honors ten artists and cultural producers working at the intersection of migration, public space, and the arts. From Brazil, Botswana, Jamaica, Nigeria, Palestine, St. Croix, Syria, Tlingít Aaní, the United States, and their respective diasporas, the fellows each receive an 80,000 USD stipend to realize an ambitious project over the next 18 months.
THE OPEN SOCIETY FOUNDATIONS ANNOUNCE THE 2020 SOROS ARTS FELLOWS
Pat Steir: Artist, directed by Mexico City-born novelist and filmmaker Veronica Gonzalez Peña about the life of artist Pat Steir, was released on digital platforms. It is distributed by Giant Pictures, a digital distributor for independent filmmakers.
PAT STEIR: ARTIST, A DOCUMETARY FILM BY VERONICA GONZALEZ PEÑA
This solo exhibition highlights women as a corrective to dominant historical narratives that excluded their role as factory workers, and suggests parallels with current struggles against gender inequality. Available until January 17, 2021, itwas organized by guest curator Kate Bonansinga in collaboration with Amara Antilla, Senior Curator at Contemporary Arts Center.
CINCINNATI’S CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER PRESENTS SOUNDING LABOR, SILENT BODIES BY MEXICAN ARTIST TANIA CANDIANI
Under the direction of Katya Cazar, in the 15th edition of the Cuenca Biennial, eleven women artists with a long history in contemporary art participate in this exhibition in times of pandemic (a necessary curatorial exercise that reflects on the closure of the tangible and intangible, the everyday and the symbolic). A bet on resistance and creation in complex present times.
GALERÍA DEL INFINITO ANNOUNCES MATILDE MARÍN’S PARTICIPATION IN THE CUENCA BIENNIAL
Born in Buenos Aires in 1932, Paksa died on July 5, 2020. The artist dedicated much of her career to the intersection between art and technology that, in her own words, had become the pillars of her life. Throughout her career she ventured into different techniques such as sculpture, drawing, design, installations, painting, objects, digital art and video-art.
MARGARITA PAKSA, PIONEER OF CONCEPTUAL ART IN ARGENTINA, DIED AT 88 YEARS OLD
An unprecedented series of three auctions, conducted remotely by Chairman and auctioneer Oliver Barker in London, took bids from Sotheby's specialists on phone banks in New York, Hong Kong & London, as well as online bidders. The ongoing sales were gloablly live streamed, and it was led by Francis Bacon’s “Triptych Inspired by the Oresteia of Aeschylus”, sold for $84.6 Million
NEW AUCTION RECORD AT SOTHEBY’S FOR WIFREDO LAM AT $9.6 MILLION FOR HIS OMI OBINI
Latitude is an angle which ranges from 0° at the Equator to 90° at the poles. Lines of constant latitude, or parallels, run east–west as circles parallel to the equator and never touch. In Latitudes // Parallels, Juana Valdes utilizes the strategies of anthropological research to consider how the legacy of colonization is entrenched in institutions, hierarchies and, most importantly, objects.
MIAMI - art@work PRESENTS LATITUDE // PARALLELS BY JUANA VALDES
Claire Breukel is the Curator for Dacra, where she’s responsible for managing Dacra’s diverse and expansive cultural programming in the Miami Design District.
CLAIRE BREUKEL “THE WAY ARTISTS PUSH US TO THINK OUTSIDE OF OUR COMFORT ZONE IS WHAT DRIVES ME”
Montevideo - The new podcast channel is developed entirely by the ESTE ARTE team, curated by Laura Bardier and led by Elisa Valerio, and is part of the Cultural Program of the ESTE ARTE International Art Fair, with activities and cultural programs developed throughout the year.
ESTE ARTE LAUNCHES A NEW CULTURAL INICATIVE: ESTE PODCAST
Open now until July 25th, PLACE Miami - Preview Edition is an art + design pop up exhibit in the heart of the Miami Design District, featuring the work of Vivian Carbonell (furniture design), Gavin Perry (painting), Tawnie Silva (textile) and Hush Fell (video).
PLACE PROJECT GROUP LAUNCHES EXHIBIT IN THE MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT TO CELEBRATE THE REOPENING OF CULTURAL EVENTS
The chosen artwork is Entierro from the DECIERTO series (2011), a digital Print on cotton paper of 80 x 180 cms.
MUSUK NOLTE NOMINATED IN Ch.ACO ART FAIR FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD
On view 24 June - 15 November, 2020, the exhibition is curated by Roland Wetzel. It features the upcycling of death instruments into musical instruments
BASEL’S MUSEUM TINGUELY PRESENTS MEXICAN ARTIST PEDRO REYES: RETURN TO SENDER
Join Portrait Gallery curator Dorothy Moss for a conversation with artists María Magdalena Campos-Pons and Jeffrey Gibson about issues of identity and strategies for reinserting BIPOC histories into museum spaces through live performance and object making. Presented by PORTAL, the National Portrait Gallery’s Scholarly Center.
THE SMITHSONIAN’S NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY PRESENTS IDENTIFY, A WEBINAR WITH MARÍA MAGDALENA CAMPOS PONS AND JEFFREY GIBSON
In order to have its realization made possible in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Biennial 12 Feminine(s): visualities, actions and affects had to be reset in a new way, allowing significant exchanges and reflections even without physical space
MERCOSUR BIENNIAL REINVENTED: MAKING ART CIRCULATE IN TIMES OF SOCIAL DISTANCE
The Jumex Contemporary Art Foundation presents a 3 classes course that explores the work of Vija Celmins, Liliana Porter and Beatriz González, and which will be imparted by Tobias Ostrander
TO FIX THE IMAGE IN MEMORY: THE SHIFTING ROLES OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE
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STERNBERG PRESS AND e-flux PUBLISH LUIS CAMNITZER’S ONE NUMBER IS WORTH ONE WORD
How do you portray crisis situations in an accessible way? Artist Francis Alÿs and curator Hilde Teerlinck are looking for an answer to this question in the Belgian pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2022.
FRANCIS ALŸS, BASED IN MEXICO, WILL REPRESENT BELGIUM IN THE BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
PARIS - the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac presents an exhibition which includes important Latin-American artists: José Luis Cuevas, José-Alejandro Restrepo, Rosangela Renno, Yoshua Okon, Mario García Torres and Carlos Garaicoa
“THE GAZE AND THE INFINITE RELATION BETWEEN THINGS BELONG TO YOU”
Martín Reyna, Del Infinito gallery, is one of the eight artists who is part of the collective exhibition Champ Libre at the Clairefontaine Chapel Art Center, curated by Raphaël Ocampo.
FRANCE - MARTÍN REYNA IN BLACK AND RED
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