The Buenos Aires National Museum of Fine Arts exhibits a retrospective exhibition of the renowned painter Carlos Alonso (Mendoza Province, 1929).
CARLOS ALONSO AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS OF BUENOS AIRES
The filmmaker and visual artist Carlos Casas presents a retrospective exhibition of all his artwork in the last two decades.
CARLOS CASAS AT MATADERO MADRID
At Leme gallery, the artworks of Luciano Figueiredo and Raymundo Collares trace a parallel journey through the Brazilian art of the 70s.
FIGUEIREDO AND COLLARES AT LEME GALLERY
In the quest to understand one of the functions of art in the 21st century, the Istitute of Contemporary Art of Miami opens the inscriptions for its summer intesivo of the Art + Research Center.
ICA MIAMI OPENS ITS REGISTRATIONS TO THE THIRD EDITION OF THE ART + RESEARCH CENTER PROGRAM
The Modern Art Museum of Medellin dedicates an exhibition to its collection. Initiated thirty years ago with the founding gesture of artists and entrepreneurs, the last decade of the Museum in its current location in Cuidad del Río, was based on giving continuity and expansion to its collection.
THE MODERN ART MUSEUM OF MEDELLÍN EXHIBITS THE LAST DECADE OF ITS COLLECTION
At the Cornell Art Museum in Florida, seven artists from different regions of the world appropriate the museum with sitespecific installations that intervene and resignify the space.
"SEVEN SOLOS": SEVEN WAYS TO INTERPELLATE SPACE
For the first time, painters and potters from indigenous Amazonian villages had a special space at the PArC fair.
AFTER ITS CLOSURE, PArC WAS CONSOLIDATED AS THE REFERRING ARTFAIR IN THE PERUVIAN CULTURAL SCENE
The painting "Un assis à la corbeille de pommes", from 1925, was donated to the Museum by the designer and artist Alberto Churba. It will be shown next to a painting by Pablo Picasso.
BUENOS AIRES: A BRAQUE TO THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
On May 14, Hilario Experience VI will take place! The gallery auctions more than 200 unique pieces of art, literature, history and photography. Find the catalog and the best of the auction here.
HISTORY, ARTS AND CULTURE: HILARIO GALLERY OFFERS AN UNPRECEDENTED COLLECTION
At a gala with special guests, artists and collectors, David Charpenel and El Museo del Barrio team celebrated the 50 years of the museum creation.
EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO CELEBRATED ITS 50th ANNIVERSARY
Pavel Acosta presents at the UW Art Musemo of the University of Wyoming a series of artworks that dialogue with art history.
THE UW ART MUSEUM EXHIBITS AN ARTIST THAT STEALS
The 55project brings to the Pablo Atchugarry Foundation an exhibition to rethink and build Brazilian history.
BRAZILIAN ARTISTS RE-THINK THE HISTORY OF THEIR COUNTRY FROM THEIR ARTISTIC PRODUCTION
The CIFO Foundation exhibits part of its collection in Casa Fugaz. Within the framework of the ART.MO 2019 Contemporary Art Festival, eighteen winning artists of the CIFO acquisition programs are exhibited in the space located in Monumental Callao.
PERÚ: THE CIFO COLLECTION AT CASA FUGAZ
Argentine artist Irene Kopelman presents Puntos Cardinales (Cardinal Points) at the Mexican LABOR gallery. Between art and the natural sciences, Kopelman presents an artwork that approaches the scientific field from an original perspective.
IRENE KOPELMAN, BETWEEN ART AND SCIENCE
On April 12, the city of Havana inaugurated the most important event in art that celebrates the Caribbean country. The 13th Biennial of Havana brings together more than fifteen countries and a hundred artists in order to encourage interaction between artists, curators, experts and institutions. Construction of the Possible, the premise of this edition, aims to establish a space for those types of contemporary art that understand creation as "living event or experience in progress".
2019 BIENNIAL OF HAVANA
Less than a month for the fourth edition of ARCOlisboa, get to know the entire programming of one of the most important fairs of the international contemporary scene.
LISBON, CAPITAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART
In the framework of the annual Congress of the International Association of Curators (IKT), which is being held for the first time in the United States, a series of public activities are held throughout the city of Miami. With the participation of more than a hundred curators from around the world, artists and personalities linked to the art scene in Miami, the conference takes place between April 11 and 14. The focus of the conversations is on the Miami-Dade artists and the cultural producers that address sustainability issues in South Florida.
THE IKT ANNUAL CONGRESS IN MIAMI BEGAN!
Espacio Ftalo Contemporary Art Gallery in Buenos Aires inaugurated El tiempo habitado (Inhabited Time) exhibition. The plastic artists Paula Cecchi and Pablo Noce make a journey through their own cosmovision through painting.
TWO ARTISTS THAT PAINT TIME AND SPACE
In the Peruvian-Northamerican Cultural Institute (ICPNA for its name in spanish) inaugurates Sísmica, fotografía y video chileno reciente (Síscmica, recent Chilean video and photography) exhibition. Addressing political and economic issues related to gender and identity and the urban and natural environments in Chile, the visual arts platform Sísmica proposes an expansion of artistic lines that respond to contemporary issues. Aesthetics, politics, ecology and society are the main axes that this exhibition aims to introduce into the Chilean agenda through photographic production.
THINKING THE FUTURE OF A COUNTRY FROM THE FILE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTION
After a conference directed by George Yudice in which Marcus Faustini, Marcos García and Osvaldo Sánchez participated in the Miami Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC), a workshop for urban transformation through cultural production is developed. Thus, City Lab: Transforming Cities through Innovative Cultural Action joins a series of activities established in the Miami museum to improve the life quality in cities through multidisciplinary projects.
THE MOAD AT MIAMI CONTINUES TO PROPOSE ACTIVITIES FOR URBAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ART
Located in San Telmo neighborhood (637 Carlos Calvo street), the physical space of LANZALLAMAS is only the tip of the iceberg. What from the street seems to be an art gallery, is an ambitious self-management platform that proposes to introduce within the contemporary scene a network of relationships between artists, curators, residences, galleries and cultural institutions throughout Latin America. Created by Colombian curator Jen Zapata García and colombian visual artist Andrés Matías Pinilla, the space based in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and with a collaborative work-team in Bogotá (Colombia) seeks to decentralize from a collaborative work philosophy the art exhibition and distribution processes.
LANZALLAMAS: AN ALTERNATIVE PLATFORM WITHIN CONTEMPORARY ART
Two months ago, a phone call from Grupo Patio organization to Sofía Edwards and Francisco Yavar, creators of 13 Jardines -platform that aims to bring contemporary art to new audiences-, put at their disposal a space of 500 square meter at Vitacura neighborhood of Santiago de Chile (Alonso de Córdova 3788). The proposal was simple: during three months Edwards and Yavar would have absolute freedom to make a cultural activation within the space. This gift produced a greater one: Patio de Luz Contemporary Art.
IN CHILE IS BORN A SPACE THAT CHALLENGES TRADITIONAL WAYS OF EXHIBITION
At Pinacoteca de São Paulo inaugurates Ernesto Neto: Sopro (Ernesto Neto: Blow) exhibition. Under the curatorship of the director and curator of the Brazilian museum, Jochen Volz and Valéria Piccoli, the retrospective brings together 60 works by one of the most outstanding artists of the contemporary Latin American scene. Master of space and sculptor by nature, Ernesto Neto (1964, Rio de Janeiro) intervenes with his work in the Pina Luz, located in the Jardim da Luz.
ERNESTO NETO AT PINACOTECA DE SÃO PAULO
The Fondazione Carriero (Milan, Italy) inaugurates an individual exhibition of the Brazilian artist Lygia Pape. Under the curatorship of Francesco Stocchi, Lygia Pape is the first large-scale individual exhibition in an Italian institution. The exhibition, produced in collaboration with Estate Projeto Lygia Pape, will remain in the foundation until July 21st.
ITALY: CARRIERO FOUNDATION PRESENTS AN INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION OF BRAZILIAN ARTIST LYGIA PAPE
In the framework of SUPERFLEX: We Are All in the Same Boat exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC), a series of public activities under the title The Speculative Machine is held. Two of the activities were executed on February 21 and 28 and other two will take place on Thursday, April 4 and Saturday, April 6.
THE SPECULATIVE MACHINE: ART AS A TOOL AGAINST CLIMATE CRISIS
The Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) inaugurates one of the most ambitious exhibitions regarding the beginnings of modern photography in Argentina, mainly in Buenos Aires city. With a selection of more than 250 works, the second floor of the museum is a tribute to the artists who photographed, for the first time, the Latin-American country from a none merely documentary perspective. Mundo Propio: Fotografía Moderna Argentina 1927 – 1962 (Own World: Argentinian Modern Photography 1927 – 1962) exhibits the photographs of the great masters that shaped what is now known as Argentine photography.
A LOOK OVER ARGENTINE MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY ORIGINS
At the New York space of the emblematic gallery Kurimanzutto, Mariana Castillo Deball (Mexico, 1975) presents Point. Gathering her most recent productions, the Latin American artist uses artworks developed on paper and prints on other materials to illustrate the similarities between skin and paper.
NEW YORK: MARIANA CASTILLO DEBALL PRESENTS "POINT", AT KURIMANZUTTO
On Friday, March 22, the Argentinian National Fund for the Arts inaugurates Universos Cercanos (Near Universes) exhibition at the National House of the Bicentenary. Product of the Visual Arts Contest 2018, on the day of its inauguration the exhibition will announce the twenty winning artists of the competition.
"CLOSE UNIVERSES": THE ARGENTINIAN NATIONAL FUND FOR THE ARTS EXHIBITION
Promoted by Rosario’s Ministry Culture and Education, Microferia de Rosario (Rosario Micro-fair) new edition was attended by thirteen galleries, institutional spaces and a large agenda of activities.
ROSARIO’S MICRO-FAIR THIRD EDITION CLOSED SUCCESSFULLY
The Tropical Pharmacy inaugurated in room 103 of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. Exploring artistic production based on topics such as ecology, cultural and ethnic diversity and the geopolitical conflicts of the global society artists Jennifer Allora (Philadelphia, 1974) and Guillermo Calzadilla (Havana, 1971) present an exhibition especially designed for the gallery of the Spanish museum.