Prior to its opening in the MMAP, William Cordoba with Leslie Hewitt, and curator Maria Elena Ortiz will sit down and chat about the various intersecting narratives cordova’s work is informed by from architecture, to cinema, literature, and music.
now’s the time: william cordova and Leslie Hewitt talk at PAMM
Artistic director Cecilia Alemani shares highlights of ‘Hopscotch’, her citywide exhibition, part of the 2018 Art Basel Cities Week in Buenos Aires
Art Basel Cities 2018: An artistic journey through Buenos Aires
FLORA ars+natura open its call to attend the Seminar with the independent curator based in Bogotá, Jennifer Burris.
Open Call: Seminar with Jennifer Burris at FLORA
SOMA opens the call for its Educational Program 2018-2020 aimed at young artists interested in interacting with their peers to discuss and reflect horizontally on different aspects of art production.
Open call: SOMA 2018-2020 Educational Program
Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology (MAAT) presents Eco-Visionaries: Art and Architecture after the Anthropocene, a project centred on current practices that propose critical and creative visions vis-à-vis the environmental transformations that are disturbing our planet.
MATT presents Eco-visionaries: Art and Architecture after the Anthropocene
The Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester (MAG) is pleased to announce NOSFERATU (The Undead), a film installation by New York-based artist Javier Téllez that focuses on cinema and mental illness.
Javier Téllez's Nosferatu (The Undead) presented by the Memorial Art Gallery
Distant relatives of Frida Kahlo have won a temporary injunction that stops sales of a Barbie doll depicting the late Mexican artist.
Mexican court blocks sales of Frida Kahlo Barbie doll
Peru Arte Contemporáneo, the international art fair, inaugurated its sixth edition with 50 galleries simultaneously.
PArC 2018 is already opened
Cripta747 launchs the open call for the second edition of its international Residency Programme. Deadline: April 29th
Cripta747 Residency Programme 2018: open call for two fellowships
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami hosts a presentation of paintings by Francis Alÿs based on three important multipanel works in the museum’s permanent collection.
Francis Alys at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami
ArtCenter/South Florida announced that it has created The Ellies, a new $500,000 grant program that will celebrate contributions to contemporary art and strive to elevate the careers of Miami-based artists.
ArtCenter/South Florida Launches The Ellies, Miami's Visual Art Awards
S.M.A.K presents ‘An Artist or a Computer? Conceptual works from the 1970s’ an exhibition that is intended to provide an insight into Teresa Burga’s conceptual work on the basis of the installations 4 Mensajes (1974) and Borges (1974), plus a series of drawings and objects from the 1970s.
Teresa Burga at S.M.A.K: An Artist or a Computer?
The exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 curated by Cecilia Fajardo Hill and Andrea Guinta with Marcela Guerrero, former curatorial fellow, Hammer Museum, will open tomorrow, April 13th, at Brooklyn Museum, NY.
‘Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985’ at Brooklyn Museum
Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina announces the exhibition Folklore. The future was when? with Patricia Esquivias, curated by Vala Osmani.
Patricia Esquivias at Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina
The curator and former artistic director of Daros Latinamerican Collection launches personal blog devoted to reflection on contemporary Latin American art.
A Latin American Art Serial, the Hans-Michael Herzog's new personal blog
Proyecto AMIL announces the presentation of the book Videos of this woman: performance records 1997-2010, in the context of the PARC 2018 art fair.
Elena Tejada-Herrera presents her book ‘Videos de esta mujer: registros de performances 1997-2010’
Jumex museum presents Memories of Underdevelopment , an exhibition that examines the major paradigm shift in culture and the visual arts, characterized by the articulation of a counter-narrative to the rhetoric of developmentalism that resulted in early instances of decolonial thought in the artistic practices produced in the region between the early 1960s and the mid-1980s.
Memories of underdevelopment: art and the decolonial turn in Latin America, 1960-1985
The Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College presents All the Others in Me, an entrancing one-night performance by acclaimed Colombian artist Maria José Arjona on Saturday, April 14, at Miami Light Project. Taking the form of an unconsummated striptease with a multicultural pop soundtrack, All the Others in Me unfolds as a dynamic and surprising exploration of female identity and subjectivity.
MDC’S Museum of Art and Design presents Maria José Arjona: All the others in me
"The Little Death", Carla Chaim’s second solo exhibition at the Raquel Arnaud Gallery, assembles new works with media such as paper, video and photographs.
Raquel Arnaud Gallery presents ‘The Little Death’ by Carla Chaim
IlluminArts and de la Cruz Collection presents “A Female Force,” a program inspired by the work of celebrated Cuban-American artist Ana Mendieta at the de la Cruz Collection on Thursday, April 26, 2018.
“A Female Force:” A program inspired by the work of Ana Mendieta
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works by Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa. Showing here in London for the first time in a public institution, Carlos Garaicoa reflects upon "the city"—its limitations, potential and possibilities—as a physical infrastructure, social network and political space in this exhibition comprised of large-scale installations, sculptures, video and photography.
Carlos Garaicoa opens solo exhibition at Parasol unit, London
(escuela incierta), the art study program organized by Lugar a Dudas (Cali, Colombia) opens its call until April 30, 2018.
Open Call to art study program (escuela Incierta) at Lugar a Dudas
Estudio Figueroa-Vives and the Embassy of Norway present Golden Weddings. 1968-2018 a project about Cuban art with the participation of artists Celia-Yunior; Reynier Leyva Novo; Studios Korda 1954-1968; Alejandro González and Fidel García.
Golden weddings: Cuban art at the Norwegian Embassy
Exploring how visual and psychological perception are evolving in the 21st century, Seeing Now examines the visible and hidden forces shaping how we see and interpret information.
21c presents Seeing Now, a Latin American artists group exhibition
New York - Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition of works by Eduardo Chillida (1924 – 2002), Spain’s foremost sculptor of the twentieth century.
Rare Eduardo Chillida Sculptures, Collages, and Drawings on View in Hauser & Wirth
Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower will present Cuban Streams: 1855 – 1965, a multi-media installation by the Miami artist César Trasobares. The installation features captivating and immersive video projections that highlight historical photographs of the island nation from the collection of Ramiro A. Fernández. Cuban Streams will inaugurate the newly renovated Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower from May 19, 2018 to May 19, 2019.
MDC’s Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower Presents Cuban Streams: 1885 – 1965, An Installation by César Trasobares
Americas Society honored Argentine contemporary artist Marta Minujín for her exceptional accomplishments throughout her rich and prolific five-decade artistic career.
Marta Minujín receives Americas Society Cultural Archievement Award
The Peruvian artist living in New York, C.J. Chueca (Cecilia Jurado Chueca) presents an exhibition where the thematic axis is the migration from the countryside to the city, focusing on the transformation of the spirit and identity that this change entails.
Two Blue Skies: Cecilia Jurado Chueca at ICPNA
Latin America: Back to the future goes through a topography of unsuspected connections between regional modernizing projects and contemporary artistic practices. From the concrete works of the 1950s to the re-readings of that legacy in the present, the exhibition articulates a vast geographical and temporal threshold in which emerge a set of survivals and returns that explode any linear conception of the temporal passage.
Latin America: Back to the Future, at MACBA
The Alec Oxenford Collection is pleased to offer Travel Scholarships to finance air travel expenses for Argentine artists who want to travel abroad for educational or professional purposes.