Cecilia Brunson Projects Santiago announces a solo exhibition by acclaimed Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide. With works spanning four decades (from 1969 – 2007), the exhibition presents key moments from the artist’s career, including some of her most iconic images.
Cecilia Brunson Projects Santiago presents Graciela Iturbide
Ruby Rumié: Weaving Streets, is being on view at Nohra Haime Gallery from April 21st to June 10th and will include a series of photographs, a video, a poster, and five volumes on Cartagena’s ambulant street vendors.
Ruby Rumié at Nohra Haime Gallery
Born in Avellaneda, south of the Greater Buenos Aires, Romero became involved in the plastic arts from an early age. With a political imprint, throughout his career he has sought to develop unconventional plastic art techniques, such as mail art and urban interventions to which he gave a special dedication.
Argentine artist Juan Carlos Romero passed away
The City Museums Foundation (FMC), with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Metropolitan District of Quito, conducted an open and public process to select the Coordinator of the Contemporary Art Center. The mentioned competition had the application of 130 postulants.
Eduardo Carrera is the CAC – Quito new curator
From May 13th to June 7th 2017, BP.17 the Second Performance Biennale will take place. This year’s event includes 50 projects by more than 100 outstanding local and international artists. www.bp17.org
Second Argentine Performance Biennale Announces its Complete Program
The Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires presents Tomás Saraceno: Cómo atrapar el universo en una telaraña, the first individual exhibition in an Argentinian museum by Tomás Saraceno (born in 1973 in San Miguel de Tucumán and resident in Berlin), which can be Visit until next August 27. In Av. San Juan 350.
Tomás Saraceno presenta su primer exhibición individual en un museo de Argentina
With the presence of the Minister of Culture of Argentina, Pablo Avelluto, the press conference that crowned the expedition was celebrated in the Faena Art Center. Antarctic Biennale brought together artists, scientific and global thinkers from all over the world in a cultural expedition without precedence.
Antarctic Biennale: The first biennial of performed in Antarctica
Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus will come to life this spring with the opening of its first two completed buildings, the Lenfest Center for the Arts and the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, both designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Columbia University Previews Opening of the Lenfest Center for the Arts on its New Manhattanville Campus
The Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (CPPC) and Independent Curators International (ICI) announce The 2017 Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Travel Award for Central America and the Caribbean.
Open call for curators: The 2017 CPPC Travel Award
The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) in Miami has named the nine recipients of its 15th annual Grants & Commissions Program, including an achievement award to the post-conceptual artist Daniel Joseph Martinez.
Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Announces 2017 Grant Recipients
With almost twenty years, XIX International Call for Young Artists organized by Luis Adelantado Valencia is one of the most important prize of Valencia. Last day of admissions: 19 April 2017
XIX International Call for Young Artists by Luis Adelantado Valencia
Broken Time is the first retrospective in Latin America of General Idea, a collective of Canadian artists formed in 1969 by AA Bronson
MALBA presents Broken Time by General Idea
The 9.99 Gallery presents Vulcanidad, an exhibition of the recent work by Diana de Solares, who, in an abstract and geometric language, presents artifacts, sculptures and paintings that, behind a formal vocabulary, enter into their own reflections on the World and the way we inhabit our spaces.
The 9.99 Gallery presents Vulcanidad by Diana de Solares
Cecilia Brunson Projects announces brasilian artist´s first exhibition in the UK, that will open on March 30, 2017 and will run until May 19.
Waltercio Caldas’s first exhibition in the UK
Words are wind / Parole sono vento at the Federico Luger Gallery in Milan, is the first personal exhibition of the artist in Italy, and the fifth individual in Europe. It can be visited from 29 March to 25 May 2017
FLGallery presents Words are Wind by Raúl Cordero
The decisive participation of Sofía Imber in the development of the journalism, art criticism, and cultural institutions of Venezuela made her one of the most influential figures in the contemporary history of the country and Latin America.
Sofía Ímber passed away at the age of 92 years olds
The renowned Colombian artist died on March 19 after two weeks of hospitalization. This year was to prepare the commemoration of the 45 years of Galería de La Oficina.
A goodbye to Alberto Sierra
Esteban Lisa: The Abstract Cabinet, open until 20 May, presents 37 works produced between 1930 and 1968 by the Spanish/Argentine artist Esteban Lisa, one of the pioneering figures in twentieth-century Latin American and Spanish abstract art.
Esteban Lisa at Museu Fundación Juan March
Organized in Collaboration with the Secretaría de Cultura de México, México 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde Highlights New Narratives in Mexico’s Modern Art History and Marks First Exhibition at DMA Organized by Agustín Arteaga
50 Years of Mexican Modern Art at Dallas Museum of Art
An open letter by Juan Garcia Mosqueda
From March 4 to April 30, 2017 the Jumex Museum will present an ontological exhibition that gathers six decades of transcendental paintings by Robert Ryman.
Jumex Museum presents Robert Ryman
Thomas P. Campbell resigned under pressure on Tuesday as the director and chief executive of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Metropolitan Museum’s Director Resigns Under Pressure
This Saturday 4 March will open Escalera Estudios, a new space of artistic productions that has 11 workshops and an exhibition room.
Escalera Estudios opens its doors
Feminist Feminine, an impressive display of women artists and converging cultures spanning from the 1960s and 70 to present day, opened at Nohra Haime Gallery on Tuesday, January 24th.
Nohra Haime Gallery presents Feminist Feminine
The anthological exhibition, presented by MALBA in 2016 and curated by Agustin Perez Rubio, is translated to Spain and coincides with ARCOmadrid2017, where Argentine is the guest of honor.
Jorge Macchi presents Perspectiva at CA2M in Spain
Cecilia Brunson Projects presents Guarimba, a new exhibition by Jaime Gili from 17 February to 17 March 2017.
Jaime Gili: Guarimba at Cecilia Brunson Projects
The exhibition brings the most significant printed testimonies of Dadaism, one of the most influential avant-gardes of its time and with the greatest echo at the international level during the 20th century.
Estancia FEMSA - Casa Luis Barragán presents DADA Zurich
Leandro Erlich, Argentine conceptua artist, is recipient of the 2017 Roy R. Neuberger Exhibition Prize. His installation Port of Reflections will be on view for the first time in the United States at the Neuberger Museum of Art, in Purchase, New York, from February 5 – July 30, 2017.
Leandro Erlich: Port of Reflections at Neuberger Museum
School of Architecture + Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) presents ACT spring 2017 Monday Night Lecture Series: "Double Agents" with Jill Magid, Tania Bruguera, Pedro Reyes.
ACT spring 2017 Monday Night Lecture Series
The first exhibition by the Cuban-born artist in Hirschl & Adler Modern gallery is open from February 9 to March 18, 2017.