The Museum of Contemporary Art of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) convened, together with the curators Pablo León de la Barra and Raphael Fonseca, the Costa Rican artist Federico Herrero (San José, Costa Rica, 1978) to make an exhibition in relation to the specificity and ephemeral link in space. Tempo Aberto (Open Time) –in exhibition until December 8- blurs the limits of the exhibition, where it begins and where it ends, from both its spatial and temporal characteristics.
FEDERICO HERRERO IN MAC NITERÓI
Today at 7 pm, MM Gallery presents El Pez Rey and the O.A.S.Y.S Society (King Fish and the O.A.S.Y.S Society), a photographic research project by the Argentine artist Jesu Antuña. After almost two years of research over Italian Giuseppe Di Silvestro figure and his stay in Cañada Rosquín, Santa Fe province (Argentina), in the mid-twentieth century, the exhibition develops and extends the story and the symbols that surround it from the archive Photographic and historical documentation.
KING FISH AND THE O.A.S.Y.S SOCIETY
The BADA- Buenos Aires Direct Artist revolutionary artfair celebrates its eighth edition with an extensive call and a multidisciplinary offer.
BADA 2019: FROM THE ARTIST TO THE COLLECTOR
With two weeks left before the inauguration of BAphoto 2019, artists, gallery owners and journalists gathered at the Duhau-Park Hyatt Palace in Buenos Aires to learn about the programming and news of the fifteenth edition of the most important photography fair in Latin America.
Within the framework of its ninety years and with a retrospective on display at the Kirchner Cultural Center, the Fine Arts National Museum of Buenos Aires pays tribute to the Argentine artist Julio Le Parc. Consecrated as one of the pioneers of op- art and kinetic art, the artist's first works in Buenos Aires and Paris are exhibited until November 17.
JULIO LE PARC IN THE FINE ARTS NATIONAL MUSEUM OF BUENOS AIRES
The 2019 edition of the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art was held in Florida. After the selection of the ten most relevant artists of the local scene, Edison Peñafiel was awarded by the jury.
EDISON PEÑAFIEL WINNER OF THE FLORIDA PRIZE IN CONTEMPORARY ART
Within the 500 years of the foundation of Havana City, the Peruvian artist Sonia Cunliffe exhibits Lost Documents: Chernobyl Children in Cuba, an exhibition that reveals the transition of the victims of the most shocking nuclear tragedy in history as pacients in the humanitarian assistance program provided by the Central American country.
CHERNOBYL IN CUBA
Christie’s Education I New York opens the call for its Modern and Contemporary Art Certificate. Located at 1230 Avenue of the Americas, Christies’s Education offers the part-time certificate program on modern and contemporary art through academic and research study, and insertion into the New York agenda.
CHRISTIE'S EDUCATION CALL FOR APPLICATION!
Within the framework of City of The People program, the MDC Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) projects a series of feature films that reflect on the condition of urban communities and the implications of living in cities. Under the title of Real Utopias, every month a film will be screened until December.
REAL UTOPIAS, THINK CITIES THROUGH MYTH
Within the fourth edition of the Aichi Triennale, Mexican artist Pia Camil exhibits her curtain-installation Telón de Boca.
PIA CAMIL AT THE AICHI TRIENNALE
The auction house Hilario. Arts, Letters & Crafts presents the catalog of its winter auction: two issues of Borges Prisma magazine, a copy of The language of the Argentines, written by Borges and illustrated by Xul Solar, photographs by Martín Chambi and Marcos Zimmermmann and much more.
HILARIO EXPERIENCE: TWO EXTRAORDINARY NUMBERS OF BORGES "PRISMA" MAGAZINE
In the gallery Ruth Benzacar, Jorge Macchi's Cámara Traslúcida (Translucent Chamber) inaugurates the 3 of August.
JORGE MACCHI IN RUTH BENZACAR
On Saturday, July 27, Carlos Cruz-Diez died in Paris. Recognized as one of the referents of Latin American kinetic art, the Venezuelan artist has made an invaluable contribution to theories of color and op art.
MODEL OF ART AND LIFE CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ PASSED AWAY
In Espacio Ftalo, Diego Cirulli reflects over the pictorial gesture and the "true" painting.
MUTILATION: THE PICTORIC GESTURE
Since the beginning of the 80s, with the de-freezing of left wing projects, Cuban youth imagined a citizen urbanization. Between the traditional left and the imminent liberal capitalism, the so-called "sons of utopia" traced an absolutely original alternative. La utopía paralela (Parallel Utopia), in La Virreina Centro de la Imagen, brings together the heritage of a critical and partially forgotten generation.
CUBAN UTOPISM, THE PICKINGS OF ANOTHER IMAGINED HORIZON
Consecrated as one of the most relevant contemporary artists of the Latin American scene, Magdalena Fernández exhibits more than twenty artworks from her last decade and two site-specific installations at the Museo Amparo.
MAGDALENA FERNÁNDEZ INTERVENES THE AMPARO MUSEUM
A series of photographs by Brazilian photojournalist Sebastião Salgado will be shown at the Sesc exhibition space in São Paulo.
SEBASTIÂO SALGADO EXHIBITS PHOTOGRAPHS OF SERRA PELADA IN SAN PABLO
In the National Museum of Fine Arts, in Buenos Aires, a retrospective exhibition honors one of the greatest exponents of Latin American painting. Pedro Figari: myth and creation.
FIGARI: MYTH AND CREATION
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Panama presents El Color haciéndose, a retrospective exhibition by the Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, one of the greatest referents of kinetic art.
THE MAC OF PANAMA HOSTS THE ARTWORK OF ONE OF KINETIC ART MASTERS
At the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), Leandro Erlich presents an exhibition that brings together his most important artworks since the mid-90s to the present.
LIMINAL, LEANDRO ERLICH'S ANTHOLOGY AT THE MUSEUM OF LATIN AMERICAN ART OF BUENOS AIRES
Germán Botero's sculpture in the Memory Park of the City of Buenos Aires inaugurated. The Colombian artist artwork, Huaca, is the ninth sculpture placed since the creation of public space.
"HUACA", THE NINTH SCULPTURE EMPLACED IN THE MEMORY PARK OF BUENOS AIRES
The Es Baluard Collection presents an exhibition at the EACC Espai d'Art Contemporani in Castelló that explores the connotations around the Mediterranean Sea.
"CONTINUOUS PAST": THE CATALYST LANDSCAPE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
Artists from all over the world gather at the Museu D'art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) to re-read the colonial past of Africa, Asia and America countries that suffered the submission to the European empires since the fifteenth century onwards.
A REFLECTION OVER COLONIAL INHERITANCE
Ruth Benzacar Gallery presents Próximamente (Coming Soon), an individual exhibition by the Argentine artist Leandro Erlich. Doing a retrospective in his own creative process, the renowned contemporary artist turns to painting and the world of cinema, the two fields he went through in his adolescence.
COMING SOON: LEANDRO ERLICH BETWEEN PAINTINGS AND VIDEOTAPES
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Bauhaus, the Coral Gables Museum (Miami, Florida) presents America Weaves, a collective exhibition that brings together textile artists from all over the Americas.
AMERICA WEAVES IN HONOR TO THE 100th BAUHAUS ANNIVERSARY
In the emblematic city of Venice, the Uruguayan artist Pablo Atchugarry presents more than twenty sculptures in the Contini Art Gallery located in the San Marco neighborhood and a mega piece over the Grand Canal in fron of the Peggy Guggenheim.
PABLO ATCHUGARRY, THE MOVEMENT OF LIGHT
More than twenty artworks of Rafael Soriano's figurative period are exhibited in the Art Museum of the Americas. Putting focus on the mystical and spiritual conception of the Cuban painter, Rafael Soriano: Cabezas (Heads) highlight the metaphysical language of one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.
RAFAEL SORIANO AT THE ART MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAS
An exhibition at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum of the Florida International University (FIU) brings together a series of books made by artists from diverse disciplines.
THE ARTIST BOOK AS AN OBJECT, AS A SPHERE OF MEANINGS
Magdalena Jitrik presents in waldengallery a dialogue between paintings made in the 90s and her most recent works.
THE OVERCOMING OF WAR
Conceptual artist Teresa Margolles (Mexico, 1963) and the Patricia Phelps of Cisneros Research Institute presents On Human Displacement, at MoMA. A lecture on artistic and cultural production related to urban centers with armed border conflicts.