The exhibition Venice in green key. Nicolás García Uriburu and the coloration of the Grand Canal will open today at the National Museum of Fine Arts. The exhibition commemorates the 50th anniversary of the intervention of the Argentine artist in the waters of Venice on June 19, 1968.
HALF A CENTURY OF THE GRAN CANAL DE VENECIA COLORATION, THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS IN BUENOS AIRES HONORS NICOLÁS GARCIA URIBURU
In conjunction with the Museum of Modern Art of Medellín (MAMM), the Centro Cultural Matucana 100 presents Formas de Libertad (Forms of Freedom), the exhibition of the Colombian artist Carlos Motta that opened on Tuesday 26 at the Gallery of Visual Arts M100, in Chile.
CARLOS MOTTA PRESENTS FORMAS DE LIBERTAD AT MATUCANA 100 CULTURAL CENTER , IN CHILE
In the framework of its 55 years aniversary, the Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá (MAMBO) presented on June 14th El arte de la desobediencia (The art of disobedience), an exhibition that seeks to highlight the relevance of art in Colombia. From 1965 to 1984, the exposition represents a modernism rupture period that allowed important transformations in artistic practices.
EL ARTE DE LA DESOBEDIENCIA AT THE MODERN ART MUSEUM OF BOGOTÁ
Simultaneous with its participation in Condo New York hosting Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon, Alexander and Bonin will use its ground floor space to present Gallery Laboratory, which has been conceived of as both an exhibition and as a working environment to consider artworks in new configurations and installations. The selection of works displayed in Gallery Laboratory will change over the course of the exhibition. The first iteration will include works by Willie Cole and Jonathas de Andrade. The exhibition opens tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. and lasts until August 27.
NEW YORK: GALLERY LABORATORY AT ALEXANDER AND BONIN
From June 24 to mid August, the gallery Beatriz Gil exhibits the last work of Luis Romero. Through a multifaceted proposal, the Venezuelan artist presents C(r)udo.
C(R)UDO, BY LUIS ROMERO AT VENEZUELAN GALLERY BEATRIZ GIL
Since Tuesday, July 10th, the individual show Hablar al aire (Talking to the Air) by Peruvian photographer Maricel Delgado at Galería del Paseo in Lima is presented.
MARICEL DELGADO AT GALERÍA DEL PASEO, IN LIMA
A partir del martes 10 de julio se presenta la muestra individual Hablar al aire, de la fotógrafa peruana, Maricel Delgado en la Galería del Paseo, en Lima.
MARICEL DELGADO EN GALERÍA DEL PASEO, EN LIMA
From July 12th to October 21st, 2018, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao presents for the first time in Spain the exhibition Teatro de sombras (Shadow Theater) by the Venezuelan artist Javier Téllez, a key figure in the development of video installations of the last decades. The exhibition will be held in the Film & Video room, an initiative of the Museum to present essential pieces of video art, video installation and moving image as an artistic medium (the Venezuelan exposition will be the second that takes place in this room).
TEATRO DE SOMBRAS (SHADOW THEATER), BY JAVIER TELLÉZ, AT THE GUGGENHEIM OF BILBAO
Through disciplines such as painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video, a group of artists come to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), of the University of Chile, to resignify the concept of a monument. Húsares Trágicos (Tragic Hussars) alludes to the name of a novel published in 1965, by Jorge Inostroza. In several volumes, the text portrays the life of two of the most iconic figures in the founding history of Chile: Manuel Rodríguez and José Miguel Carrera. The exhibition opens on July 5th at the MAC Forest Park headquarters.
HÚSARES TRÁGICOS MOVES TO MAC PARQUE FORESTAL, SANTIAGO DE CHILE
The Casado Gallery Santapau is pleased to present El Ladrillo (The Brick), the first solo exhibition in the gallery of the Chilean artist living in Madrid, Patrick Hamilton. The opening of the exhibition was on June 21st at 7:00 p.m. The exhibition will be open until July 28th, 2018.
EL LADRILLO, THE SOLO SHOW OF PATRICK HAMILTON AT MADRID
Next Wednesday June 27 at 7 pm, Malbec presenting a set of photographs by Cindy Sherman (United States, 1954) and Richard Prince (Panama, 1949), two references of contemporary photography, whose work revolutionized artistic circles in the second half of the 20th century. The exhibition is curated by Victoria Giraudo, Head Curator of Malba Museum and Grunnar Kvaran, Director of the Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo.
CINDY SHERMAN AND RICHARD PRINCE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ARGENTINA, AT MALBA MUSEUM
On Sunday, June 17, at the Los Galpones Art Center, Caracas, the Venezuelan artist Miguel Braceli presented the 1:1 individual exhibition. The exhibition brings together Braceli's current work, where the works function as a large spatial installation interacting with each other.
1: 1, BY MIGUEL BRACELI AT ESPACIO MONITOR
Ignacio Noguerol (Perú) presents since last 31st of May his solo show "Pinturas" in ICPNA Lima Centro.
IGNACIO NOGUEROL IN ICPNA'S LIMA CENTRO
BAphoto, the international art fair specialized in photography, is preparing for its next edition: from September 7th to 9th at La Rural fairground of Buenos Aires.
BAphoto announces its fourteenth edition
For Freedoms is an artistic proposal in solidarity with Acción por la Libertad (Action for Freedom) a non-profit organization from Venezuela committed to freedom and democracy. Acción por la Libertad was born after the persecution and arbitrary detentions of political dissidents and students imposed by the Venezuelan government upon its citizens since the protests that started in February 2014. Four years after its founding, the organization the foundation’s objective is to promote human rights and to document and report violations against fundamental rights: freedom of opinion and expression, freedom of association and assembly and, more recently, freedom of movement. The exhibition opens on Thursday, June 21 at Henrique Faria Fine Art, in New York.
For Freedoms, an exhibition for Venezuela at New York
The Carrillo Gil Art Museum (MACG), in Mexico, inaugurated on Friday, June 15th, Los artefactos subordinados. Objeto, cuerpo y acción en la colección MACG(Subordinated artifacts. Object, body and action at the MACG collection), a collective exhibition with works by Allora and Calzadilla, Eduardo Abaroa, Marcos Kurtycz, Gustavo Artigas, Cristian Segura, Melquiades Herrera, Esperanza Hippopotamus, Raffael Rheinsberg and Héctor Zamora.
The Carrillo Gil Art Museum, in Mexico, presents a large collective exhibition
Diablo Rosso is a think tank located at the Historic District of Panama City. Founded in 2006 with the aim of supporting young Latin American artists, the space opens this afternoon Una serie de eventos desafortunados en el pasado me obligaban en el presente a comer deprisa (A series of unfortunate events in the past forced me to eat quickly on the present), Jhafis Quintero solo show.
From prison to art, Jhafis Quintero presents an individual exhibition at Diablo Rosso, Panama
Melanie Smith's exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) is a monographic exhibition organized around seven juxtaposed thematic nuclei that record the trajectory of Venezuelan British music from the early nineties to the present. The rooms have more than 120 works by Smith, thus becoming the largest exhibition dedicated to the artist's career.
Farsa y artificio: Melanie Smiths exhibition at the MACBA
In 2014, the non-profit organization Wildlife Conservation Society invited twelve Latin American artists to enter the Bahuaja Sonene Reserve located in the south east of Peru. The idea of the program was, through artistic expression, to make known the reservation to the region so that awareness is generated. Bahuaja Sonene is one of the six national parks with the most biodiversity on the planet. Among the poets, musicians, chefs and visual artists invited to represent this great landscape was Roberto Huarcaya, a Peruvian psychologist, photographer and artist who has been experimenting with the notion of territory for several years from his series of panoramas Campos de Batalla (Battlefields).
Roberto Huarcayas Amazonia- Bahuaja Sonene
The exhibition that opens Crisis, the Peruvian gallery, follows a deep mental process. The work itself is a transition by itself as part of the idea of collage. From the university, Javier Bravo de Ruedas has had an intense link with this technique over the years. However, on this occasion, the artist expiates that exhausting memory of the millions of pieces of paper that he had to cut throughout his career, treating the collage as an alternative to the process he follows in other projects of his artistic practice: on the one hand, to the detailed planning required by ceramics, with careful sketches and modeling and, on the other hand, his paintings on canvas, where he elaborates an abstraction full of symbols.
Crisis Galería: today inaugurates Trapos (Rags), the individual exhibition of Javier Bravo de Rueda
The disappearance of Norma Bessouet on June 11 in Buenos Aires indicates an important loss for Argentine art that can not and should not be overlooked. A colorful teacher, illustrator and portrait painter, owner of a captivating lyricism, goldsmith of art and alchemist of painting and engraving as the masters with whom she perfected herself in Italy and England after graduating from the Prilidiano Pueyrredón in 1967, Bessouet spent for Spain to settle in New York where she lived between 1981 and 2015 when she returned to Buenos Aires.
Norma Bessouet (1940-2018)
At the Museo Nacional de la Estampa (Munae), in Mexico, two exhibitions express the creative freedom of graphic artistic experiences of today. Hacia un poliedro perfecto: Siete lustros del Taller Gráfica Bordes (Towards a perfect polyhedron: Seven decades of the Bordes Graphic Workshop) and La Trampa Gráfica Contemporánea, give testimony of 35 years of history of an emblematic space dedicated to the art of engraving and printing. Until July 15th, the Mexican Fine Arts venue invites all those who wish to appreciate the contemporary graphic and editorial creation of their country.
An intergenerational exhibition dedicated to graphic art takes place at the National Museum of the Estampa (Mexico)
For the first time, at the Tranque Cultural Center in Chile, a show dedicated to contemporary art is presented. Narrativas – Colección Pedro Montes (Narratives - Pedro Montes Collection) presents paintings, photographs, objects, drawings, sculptures, installations and video installations created by Latin American artists that address common issues such as marginality, violence and racism throughout history.
Contemporary art takes the Tranque Cultural Center
At the Torcuato Di Tella University (UTDT), in Argentita, the closing of the Artists Program, which is proposed every year, is held. The series began last week with the feature film Reel, by Ariel Chezses, and the exhibition Ya nos estamos yendo (We are already leaving). The closing will have place on June 23rd with the curatorial project Lo que mueve la quietud (What moves the stillness), cured by Gonzalo Lagos and Guillermina Mogan. As a manifesto of the exhibition, the artists involved in the program wrote: "This final exhibition of the Artists Program tries to present the experiences and affections that go through last year. It is, therefore, to propose a setting in the abyss that problematizes, with a series of fluctuating energies, our coexistence for a year and a half. That is, with a compendium of antagonistic passions that we share, from love to sadness, from laughter to tears, and that were gradually inscribed in our body"
Final Exhibition of the Artists Program 2017 at Torcuato Di Tella University, in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Once again the Instituto Peruano Norteamericano (ICPNA) houses the works of the Peruvian painter Ricardo Wiesse, this time at the Germán Krüger Espantoso room, in Miraflores. In this opportunity Wiesse presents his last decade artworks: medium and large format abstract canvas, painted stones, figurative landscapes of the Limean coast, oil paintings and paper drawings. Década Reciente (Recent Decade) opens on Thursday 14th and will be until July 22nd.
Once again, Ricardo Wiesse presents at the ICPNA
From June 13, at the Isabel Aninat Gallery, Mateo Maté presents Fronteras Naturales (Natural Frontiers). For the first time in Chile, the Spanish artist performs an individual exhibition in which the viewer is placed at the center of the dilemma of physical borders and territorial limits, and where geography is at the service of politics when it is established as a natural barrier and an excuse to exercise sovereignty over a certain territoriality.
Isabel Aninat presents Fronteras Naturales, by Mateo Maté
At the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen museum in Düsseldorf, a retrospective of the German artist Anni Albers (1899-1994) occupies the halls. Born in Berlin, Albers was a multifaceted artist who established weaving as an art form and united this ancient cultural technology with modern artistic practices.
Anni Albers, a key figure for modern art, has her own retrospective at the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen museum
Desórdenes sistémicos (Sistemic disorders) is an exhibition organized and coordinated by SÍSMICA (a public-private initiative that seeks to strengthen the presence and promotion of the Chilean visual arts in the world), the Association of Contemporary Art Galleries of Chile and ProChile, which proposes an approach to one of the most active and dynamic scenes of Latin American art today. The exhibition takes place at the Matta Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Desórdenes sistémicos: from Chile to Argentina at the Matta Cultural Center
In the year 2014, the Peruvian artist, psychologist and photographer, Roberto Huarcaya –along with other artists- started a trip to the Bahuaja Sonene National Park located in the region of Puno, Peru. However, faced with the impossibility of representing the emotions and reactions that the forest provoked to him, Huarcaya went back about seven times more to the reserve. The result: Amazonia. The series of photograms will be presented at Rolf gallery from June 14 to July 27.
Amazonia,by Roberto Huarcaya , at Rolf gallery in Buenos Aires
ARCOlisboa closes its 3rd edition with a very positive result: More visitors, more galleries, more exhibitions in the city, more collectors invited, but most of all, it has been its best edition due to the universal feedback regarding the quality of the projects presented by the galleries.