ABALOS AUSTRALIS - 13TH MERCOSUR BIENNIAL - TRAUMA, DREAM AND ESCAPE

The 13th edition of the Mercosul Biennial, anchored in the Trauma, dream and flight tripod and finished last November, had encouraging developments, especially due to the outstanding presence of emerging artists, the strong contact with the public and the resumption of powerful spaces and traditional attractions of the event, such as the Cais do Porto. However, there were problems in the organization of the exhibition, the most serious episode of which was the '(dis)invitation' of names to exhibit works, and a certain frustration with pieces that would have a technological appeal.

By By Mario Gioia, art critic and independent curator.
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ABALOS AUSTRALIS - 13TH MERCOSUR BIENNIAL - TRAUMA, DREAM AND ESCAPE

By By Mario Gioia, art critic and independent curator.
January 27, 2023
AN ANTHOLOGICAL EXHIBITION BY MARÍA SILVIA CORCUERA TERÁN

Art and childhood meet in many points. One of them is the ability to transform reality into something else by reformulating it, questioning it, expanding it. This is shown in the work of Argentine artist María Silvia Corcuera Terán (Buenos Aires, 1955), which includes paintings, sculptures, textiles and reliefs, with a preeminence of objects and collage.

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AN ANTHOLOGICAL EXHIBITION BY MARÍA SILVIA CORCUERA TERÁN

AMERICAS SOCIETY PRESENTS BISPO DO ROSARIO: ALL EXISTING MATERIALS ON EARTH

The first solo exhibition in the United States of the afro-brazilian artist Arthur Bispo. Co-curated by Aimé Iglesias Lukin, Ricardo Resende, and Javier Téllez, with Tie Jojima.

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AMERICAS SOCIETY PRESENTS BISPO DO ROSARIO: ALL EXISTING MATERIALS ON EARTH

POLITICAL/SUBJECTIVE MAPS: ANNA BELLA GEIGER, MAGALI LARA, LEA LUBLIN AND MARGARITA PASKA

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) presents Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa. It will explore how these four visionary Conceptual artists have appropriated the visual language of maps to highlight entrenched power structures; mine social, political, emotional, and personal subjects; and imagine new ways of apprehending the world.

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POLITICAL/SUBJECTIVE MAPS: ANNA BELLA GEIGER, MAGALI LARA, LEA LUBLIN AND MARGARITA PASKA

ADRIANO PEDROSA IS THE APPOINTED CURATOR OF THE VENEZIA BIENNALE ARTE 2024

The Board of La Biennale di Venezia appointed Adriano Pedrosa as Director of the Visual Arts Sector, with the specific task of curating the 60th International Art Exhibition to be held in 2024 (from April 20th to November 24th).

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ADRIANO PEDROSA IS THE APPOINTED CURATOR OF THE VENEZIA BIENNALE ARTE 2024

MUSEUM OF ART AND DESIGN AT MDC PRESENTED RAFAEL DOMENECH: ESTUARY

The Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC) presents Estuary [Pavilion for MOAD], a work by Cuban American artist Rafael Domenech.

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MUSEUM OF ART AND DESIGN AT MDC PRESENTED RAFAEL DOMENECH: ESTUARY

 ANDREANI FOUNDATION AWARD 2023: OPEN CALL DUE DATE EXTENDED

The call for the eighth edition of the Andreani Foundation Award is open until January 30, 2023. The application is 100% virtual through the foundation's website and is aimed at artists from all over Argentina.

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ANDREANI FOUNDATION AWARD 2023: OPEN CALL DUE DATE EXTENDED

MARIO GIACOYA AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF VISUAL ARTS OF URUGUAY

"Giacoya" is the first solo exhibition of Floridian artist Mario Giacoya (1951) at the National Museum of Visual Arts (MNAV).

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MARIO GIACOYA AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF VISUAL ARTS OF URUGUAY

CURRICULUM ZERO. EXHIBITION OF THE 2022 SELECTED ARTISTS

Twenty years after the first edition of Curriculum Zero, an anniversary edition was launched, celebrating the history of the call, throughout its 10 editions. The new edition focused on the proposals, with no age limits.

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CURRICULUM ZERO. EXHIBITION OF THE 2022 SELECTED ARTISTS

Until 01/31/2023
Buenos Aires, Argentina
HOW TO PLAY IN THE PARK: AN EXHIBITION BY KANAKO NAMURA

How to Play in the Park presents a series of drawings carried out by Kanako Namura, based on material experimentation during the pandemic. Presented in Galería Karen Huber.

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HOW TO PLAY IN THE PARK: AN EXHIBITION BY KANAKO NAMURA

Until 01/31/2023
México City, CDMX, México

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