CECILIA VICUÑA: SPIN SPIN TRIANGULENE

Cecilia Vicuña: Spin Spin Triangulene is the first solo exhibition in a New York museum for the pioneering contemporary Chilean artist, poet, activist, and filmmaker Cecilia Vicuña (b. 1948, Santiago). Showcasing Vicuña’s artistic production from the late 1960s to today, this exhibition will feature the breadth of her multidisciplinary practice, including paintings, works on paper, textiles, films, a site-specific Quipu (Knot) installation, a one-time performance of a “living” Quipu, and new paintings and works on paper created specifically for this presentation.

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CECILIA VICUÑA: SPIN SPIN TRIANGULENE

TACITA DEAN IN LUXEMBOURG

This solo exhibition devoted to the work of acclaimed artist Tacita Dean, which is presented across the two galleries on the upper floor of the museum, is formed around two recent projects: a trilogy of works designed for The Dante Project (2021), a ballet inspired by The Divine Comedy, and One Hundred and Fifty Years of Painting (2021), a 16mm filmed conversation between the artists Luchita Hurtado and Julie Mehretu.

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TACITA DEAN IN LUXEMBOURG

“PUPILA”, A REFLECTION ON THE LOOK´S POWER

Pupila is the ambitious individual exhibition that the Argentine artist Eduardo Basualdo (Buenos Aires, 1977) has developed especially for the Modern Museum in dialogue with its director Victoria Noorthoorn, with whom he has already collaborated in the past, and especially for the Pontevedra Biennials (2006) and Lyon (2011).

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“PUPILA”, A REFLECTION ON THE LOOK´S POWER

BALANCE - STABILITY AND ITS TRANSITIONAL CHARACTER.

Incorporating a range of styles and movements that include Minimal Art,Transavanguardia, Pop Art and contemporary art, the exhibition presents works dealing with individual and societal struggles to attain balance, harmony and stability. At the same time, these works show how transient balance is, once it has been attained.

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BALANCE - STABILITY AND ITS TRANSITIONAL CHARACTER.

CONSTELAÇÃO: A TRIBUTE TO CLARICE LISPECTOR

Celebrating the work and legacy of the writer Clarice Lispector (1920-1977), the IMS brings the exhibition Constelação Clarice. An investigation into the poetics of the author, curated by Eucanaã Ferraz and Veronica Stigger, the exhibition brings together approximately 300 pieces, including manuscripts, photographs, letters, records, press materials and other documents.

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CONSTELAÇÃO: A TRIBUTE TO CLARICE LISPECTOR

THE SHOW IS OVER. SOUTH LONDON GALLERY

The Show is Over brings together sixteen international artists in a major group exhibition at the South London Gallery. The artists’ work proposes a refreshed language in the interpretation of political histories and personal experiences connected to the aftermath of historical violence, and its present iterations.

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THE SHOW IS OVER. SOUTH LONDON GALLERY

Until 09/04/2022
Reino Unido
FLEISCH, THE NEW SPACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN ALCOBENDAS, MADRID.

In Alcobendas a new art gallery was inaugurated. This is Fleisch, a space dedicated to architecture, art and gastronomy. In an industrial warehouse renovated by Kurhaus Studio, the Spanish architect Nicolás Sfeir and the curators from Peru and Argentina Carlos García-Montero and Manuela Barreiro are carrying out an international project that proposes exhibitions with bold montages. This is Huacas: architectural synthesis by the Peruvian artist Yerko Zlatar, the exhibition that inaugurates its official program, which can be visited by appointment until the end of September.

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FLEISCH, THE NEW SPACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN ALCOBENDAS, MADRID.

“SEEING IS NOT BELIEVING”, LEANDRO ERLICH EXHIBITS IN HOUSTON

From June 26 to September 5, Leandro Erlich presents “Seeing is Not Believing” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, an exhibition that challenges our perception of reality and distorts everyday situations under incredibly real visual effects.

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“SEEING IS NOT BELIEVING”, LEANDRO ERLICH EXHIBITS IN HOUSTON

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