CLAUDIO CORREA: OVERCOMING A RESISTANCE

Six effervescent tablets with the carved faces of international football idols: Diego Maradona, Gerard Piqué, Cristiano Ronaldo, Alexis Sánchez, Lionel Messi, Zinedine Zidane and Marcelo Bielsa. The faces dissolve in water. The sound of effervescence, rather of Disolvence is amplified, while the faces of the idols disintegrate until they become the sound of a crowd in a stadium shouting: gooooool!

By PÍA CORDERO, ART RESEARCHER AND CURATOR
Reviews

CLAUDIO CORREA: OVERCOMING A RESISTANCE

By PÍA CORDERO, ART RESEARCHER AND CURATOR
January 25, 2022
SIMONE LEIGH: TROPHALLAXIS

Trophallaxis (2008–17) encapsulates Leigh’s emphasis on the female body—particularly the Black female body—as a culturally loaded signifier. The presentation marks the first time this work is shown since it was acquired for the museum in 2018 with funds provided by PAMM’s Collectors Council.

News

SIMONE LEIGH: TROPHALLAXIS

HILARIO: ONLINE AUCTION OF ART, LETTERS AND CRAFTS

Hilario Gallery presents its XV edition of online auctions with a selection of works of art, vintage photography, cartography, engravings, traditional textiles, silverware, old books and historical manuscripts.

Galleries

HILARIO: ONLINE AUCTION OF ART, LETTERS AND CRAFTS

MoMA: ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN EXHIBITION PROGRAM

MoMA presents newly conceptualized installations and reveals major new presentations to bring artwork together in different combinations, exploring new artists and ideas, specifically for architecture and design.

News

MoMA: ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN EXHIBITION PROGRAM

PROYECTOS ULTRAVIOLETA EXHIBITS RIOS DE GENTE (RIVERS OF PEOPLE)

Proyectos Ultravioleta presents Ríos de Gente (Rivers of People), the second solo show by Regina José Galindo at the gallery, dedicated to Bernardo Caal, defender of the water, the earth, and of the rights of indigenous peoples.

News

PROYECTOS ULTRAVIOLETA EXHIBITS RIOS DE GENTE (RIVERS OF PEOPLE)

PART II: LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN NEW YORK – AMERICAS SOCIETY’S EXHIBITION

Americas Society presents the second part of This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, a group exhibition that explores the artworks, performances, and experimental practices of this generation of artists who lived in New York City in the 1960s and 1970s. Diversifying the city’s artistic life, these artists helped shape New York into the global art center it is today.

News

PART II: LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN NEW YORK – AMERICAS SOCIETY’S EXHIBITION

TRAMA (PLOT): NELA OCHOA EXHIBITS AT SARO LEÓN

On Friday, January 21, at 6:30 p.m., the individual exhibition TRAMA, by Nela Ochoa, a Venezuelan/Spanish artist who has resided in Tenerife since 2017, will open at the Saro León gallery.

News

TRAMA (PLOT): NELA OCHOA EXHIBITS AT SARO LEÓN

ARCOmadrid CELEBRATES ITS 40TH (+1) ANNIVERSARY

ARCOmadrid returns to its usual date to celebrate its 40 (+1) Anniversary, from February 23rd to 27th. A unique project set to bring past and present together through the galleries and their essential relationship with artists and collectors. 

News

ARCOmadrid CELEBRATES ITS 40TH (+1) ANNIVERSARY

Recommended videos

OpenFile: Alejandro Tobón

OpenFile: Alejandro Tobón

OpenFile: Marcela Marcuzzi

OpenFile: Marcela Marcuzzi

OpenFile: Paula Otegui

OpenFile: Paula Otegui