Within the framework of CentroCentro’s (Madrid, Spain) new programme, the metropolitan cultural centre that aims to take the pulse of the Spanish cultural scene, presents the exhibition project Panorama Madrid. With the aim of making contemporary artistic production visible and promoting it, the project functions as an indicator of the most relevant exhibitions throughout the year in the Spanish capital.
PANORAMA MADRID: A LOOK AT THE CONTEMPORARY SCENE
GOOD TO KNOW.FYI presents A Subtropical Affair III curated by Omar López-Chahoud, opening as the final segment of the three-part exhibition series A Subtropical Affair, which opened during Miami Art Week 2020. This final iteration explores our social and personal connection to nature and the strained relationship between man and man’s habitat.
MIAMI – FEMINISM AND SUSTAINABILITY IN “A SUBTROPICAL AFFAIR III”
The Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M) is preparing two solo exhibitions dedicated to two fundamental Spanish artists of the second half of the 20th century: Javier Utra. An anamorphic portrait and Nacho Criado. Not the Voice Crying in the Desert. Both exhibitions are part of the reconfiguration of the history of contemporary art in Spain, its precedents and the continuation of the cultural scene based on the figure of fundamental artists of the time.
JAVIER UTRAY AND NACHO CRIADO AT CENTRO DE ARTE DOS DE MAYO
Curated by Gabriela Rangel, Verónica Rossi and Santiago Villanueva, the show takes as its starting point the influence of psychoanalysis on Argentine art and its establishment as a vector of modernity in the country. The selection of works is based on the weight that this field of knowledge and therapeutic practice exerted and still does, which became idiosyncratic of the national, to exhibit modern and contemporary Argentine artists who dialogue with different aspects, themes and problems of psychoanalysis.
ART AND PSYCHOANALYSIS IN "THERAPY" – MALBA’S NEW EXHIBITION
The Spanish art gallery Cámara Oscura inaugurated the group exhibition Instant Life. Under the curatorship of Juan Curto, the exhibition project invites eight artists to review their portfolios and select a work in dialogue with the curatorial proposal.
INSTANT LIFE: PHOTOGRAPHY AND POST-MODERNITY
UK’s largest international contemporary art prize hosts a virtual exhibitions of its finalists before announcing the winner on April 15th. The artists are: Firelei Báez (Dominican Republic), Dineo Seshee Bopape (South Africa), Meiro Koizumi (Japan), Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (Puerto Rico), Prabhakar Pachpute (India) and Carrie Mae Weems (USA).
UK - ARTES MUNDI 9 EXHIBITS ITS 6 FINALISTS
At Max Estrella gallery in Madrid the collective exhibition El todo es más que la suma de las partes (The whole is more than the sum of its parts) opened. The artists Hisa Ikenga (Mexico, 1977), Inma Femenía (Spain, 1985) and Leyla Cárdenas (Colombia, 1975) present a series of artworks on the oeuvre-perception relationship that is aligned with the Gestalt psychoanalytical and humanist current.
"THE WHOLE IS MORE THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS": A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE ON PROCESS ART
Under the title of "Flags and pennants: Evita", Fátima presents her first institutional exhibition in Buenos Aires. Curated by Eva Grinstein, the exhibition refers to the imagery of demostrations, feminism, Peronism and the artist's otaku passion.
REALITY/FICTION OF FEMINISM – MUSEO EVITA REOPENS WITH AN EXHIBITION OF FÁTIMA PECCI CAROU
The loan of more than 100 works to the Museum of Modern Art includes the Birkenau series, the fruit of decades of work as an artistic response to the Holocaust.
GERHARD RICHTER IS LOANING HIS HOLOCAUST WORKS- WHICH HE VOWED TO NEVER SELL - TO A NEW MUSEUM IN BERLIN
Curated by Carlos Zevallos Trigoso, Paola presents the current state of her inquiries about the image in its broadest conception: as technologies of representation, but also as an abstract space from where the worlds that we culturally experience are produced, mixed and confused. Through video art and the appropriation of images from different regimes, the exhibition proposes an encounter between graphics, specifically poster design, and some contemporary visual landscapes. Until April 17th.
"THE ERRANT IMAGE" - PAOLA VELA IN SPACE VENANCIO SHINKI
The Meadows Museum (Dallas, USA) celebrates the 20th anniversary of its new building with an exhibition —Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years of the Meadows's New Home— dedicated to its collection of Spanish art, the largest and most important outside Spain. The exhibition opened on Sunday 14th and features artworks by Velázquez, Ribera, El Greco, Murillo, Goya, Miró, Picasso and Dalí, among many others.
MEADOWS MUSEUM: 20 YEARS OF COMMITMENT TO SPANISH ART
Art breaks with the familiar and opens people’s eyes to new visions of the future: art creates utopias. Tools for Utopia tells the story of political and social oppression, but also of a cultural spirit of revolution; it shows how art became the tool of change in Latin America. The exhibition takes as its starting point the tradition of abstract and concrete art in countries including Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay from the 1950s until the 1970s, and presents an insight into the artistic work of Latin America.
TOOLS FOR UTOPIA - SELECTED WORKS FROM THE DAROS LATINAMERICA COLLECTION AT THE KUNSTMUSEUM BERN
Curated by Eugenie Tsai, the exhibition can be defined as a mid-career retrospective that delves into pop-culture not only by participating in it, but by feeding it. In that way, it highlights the power of connection, of community, of kinship.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM EXHIBITS KAWS: WHAT PARTY
Today, Live on Instagram, Aimé Iglesias Lukin, director and chief curator of Americas Society Visual Arts, will host a conversation with the contemporary artist.
JOIN AMERICAS SOCIETY INTO LILIANA PORTER’S STUDIO
The new museum presents the Helga de Alvear Collection exhibition. Curated by José María Viñuela (Cáceres, 1944), the exhibition consists of 150 artworks by artists such as Joseph Beuys, Doris Salcedo, Yves Klein, Ai Weiwei, Goya, Louis Bourgeois, Olafur Eliasson and Lucio Fontana, among many others.
HELGA DE ALVEAR COLLECTION: AN EXHIBITION THAT MARKS A NEW STEP FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Museum of Fine Arts) presents, from March 25th, the exhibition “The accidental canon. Women artists in Argentina (1890-1950) ”, curated by researcher Georgina Gluzman. The show will bring together more than 80 works (made by 44 artists) with the intention of questioning the stories established in Argentine Art History and recovering the figure of these creators, many of them ignored or unknown.
THE ACCIDENTAL CANON - A EXHIBITION OF PIONEERING WOMEN IN ARGENTINE ART
The biggest group exhibition of Latin American female artists, this projects aims to highlight a group that has been historically underrepresented. “Through meaningful and memorable initiatives like this one, we aim to contribute to the art landscape in an impactful way”
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATED WITH THE INAUGURATION OF ‘FEMALE VOICES OF LATIN AMERICA’
Situated between kinetic art and op-art, Pantone's work for this exhibition is an exploration of colour and light, the boundaries between the analogue and the digital, and the interaction of the viewer with the artwork.
FELIPE PANTONE: DIGITAL GLAZE
In the first anthological exhibition of Elda Cerrato (Argentine born in Asti, Italy, in 1930), artist and teacher of Argentine artists, the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires presents a selection of works spanning fifty years of production carried out between Buenos Aires, Tucumán and Caracas. In both its artistic and academic development, Cerrato's work offers a unique symbolic, conceptual and ethical fabric, in which the diverse trends of 20th century Latin American art resonate, as well as the social, political and cultural dynamics of the region.
THE WONDERFUL DAY OF THE PEOPLES - ELDA CERRATO IN BUENOS AIRES’ MODERNO
The second season is just a few days away and opens this March. After a successful launch with the first season, where the artists exhibited, the foundation created by Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza announced three of the artists who will exhibit in st_age: Diana Policarpo (Portugal), Courtney Desiree Morris (United States) and Claudia Comte (Switzerland).
TBA21 ANNOUNCES THREE ARTISTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SECOND SEASON OF ST__AGE
How does race structure America’s cities? MoMA’s first exhibition to explore the relationship between architecture and the spaces of African American and African diaspora communities, Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America presents 10 newly commissioned works by architects, designers, and artists that explore ways in which histories can be made visible and equity can be built.
RECONSTRUCTIONS: ARCHITECTURE AND BLACKNESS IN AMERICA – NEW EXHIBITION AT MoMA
The XXI Support for Young Generations Art Contest gave nine winning artists the opportunity to exhibit their projects at the cultural centre La Casa Encendida. In addition, the Montemadrid Foundation —the entity that directs and manages the centre's activities— gave an amount of 10,000 euros to each of the artists so that they can continue to develop their work.
2021 GENERATION: AN IDENTITY UNDER CONSTRUCTION
El peso de la forma. El diseño gráfico de Carlos Cruz-Diez is the result of a collaboration between the Archivo Fotografía Urbana (Caracas, Venezuela) and the Cruz-Diez Art Foundation (Paris, France).
CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ, THE DESIGNER
El Museo del Barrio is the first and leading museum in the country dedicated to preserving and presenting Latino art and culture. ESTAMOS BIEN - LA TRIENAL 20/21 is the Museum’s first large-scale national survey of Latinx art. Curated by El Museo del Barrio’s Chief Curator, Rodrigo Moura, Curator Susanna V. Temkin, and Guest Curator and Artist Elia Alba, the exhibition is on view to the public from March 13 to September 26.
EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS OF “ESTAMOS BIEN”, EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO’S TRIENAL 20/21
Curated by Thyago Nogueira, coordinator of Contemporary Photography at the Moreira Salles Institute in Brazil, the exhibition covers the entire photographic production of one of the key figures in understanding the genocide of the aboriginal communities of the Amazon, mainly the Yanomami people.
CLAUDIA ANDUJAR AT THE KBr FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE PHOTOGRAPHY CENTRE
The Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) presented its complete programme for 2021. Among the activities and exhibitions, two stand out: a retrospective of the Cuban visual artist Félix Gonzalez-Torres (Guaiamaro, 1957 - Miami, 1996) and the rescheduling of the exhibition of the Rafael Tous collection, originally scheduled for November 2020.
2021:MACBA REAFFIRMS ITS COMMITMENT TO SPANISH AND LATIN AMERICAN ART
Twelve artists living and working in Argentina, Brazil, Georgia, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Turkey, and the United States respond to the notion of home in this exhibition curated by Sabrina Mandanici. On view through April 19.
PENUMBRA FOUNDATION NEW YORK PRESENTS “WHAT’S YOUR NAME WHEN YOU’RE AT HOME?”
On February 20th, the Dos de Mayo Art Cantre (CA2M), in collaboration with the Kunstinstituut Melly in Rotterdam, opened the solo exhibition Cecilia Vicuña. Veroir el fracaso iluminado (Cecilia Vicuña. Veroir the illuminated failure). Conceived as a retrospective exhibition of the Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña (Santiago de Chile, 1948), the project is curated by Miguel A. López (Lima, 1983) and has been supported by the Chilean Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage. This is the first exhibition of this size to showcase the artist in Spain.
CECILIA VICUÑA. VEROIR EL FRACASO ILUMINADO
Under the curatorship of Cristina Carrillo de Albornoz —art critic and curator with an international career that includes institutions such as the Hermitage Museum and the National Gallery of Berlin— in collaboration with the actress Lina Botero, the artist's daughter, the exhibition was scheduled to close its doors on February 7th. However, the public reception has been so good (more than 60,000 people have passed through CentroCentro to see Botero's work) that the date has been extended until Sunday 28th.
BOTERO. 60 YEARS OF PAINTING: A RETROSPECTIVE OF ONE OF THE GREAT LATIN AMERICAN MASTERS
In El Pran Projecten —Aruba-based platform dedicated to exhibiting the production of artworks that question the present of the former European excolonies in Central America—, the Cuban artist Ricardo Miguel Hernández (Havana, 1984) exhibits a series of photographic collages. Curated by Nelson González, When The Memory Turns To Dust II will be on view until the 31st of March.