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LIMINAL, BY JULIA AURORA GUZMÁN, AT PELAIRES

The proposal of Julia Aurora Guzmán (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1993) navigates between different techniques, addressing sculpture, textile, photography or performance and is posed as the result of the vital action itself. Her works decipher and highlight the natural cycles of life, the beginning with birth and the end with death, without forgetting the present as transience.

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LIMINAL, BY JULIA AURORA GUZMÁN, AT PELAIRES

Until 07/19/2024
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
AN UNDERWATER KINGDOM – SOPHIE ULLRICH EN PIERO ATCHUGARRY

All sauce, No shrimp is Sophie Ullrich’s anticipated solo exhibition at Piero Atchugarry. The artist presented a new collection of site-specific paintings and sculptures that entwines modern folklore and scientific inquiry.

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AN UNDERWATER KINGDOM – SOPHIE ULLRICH EN PIERO ATCHUGARRY

Until 09/07/2024
Miami, Estados Unidos
MARINA HACHEM’S ALCHEMICAL PAIRS AT CASA TRIÂNGULO

Casa Triângulo presented Between roots and ruins, the first solo exhibition of Marina Hachem at the gallery, with a critical essay by Victor Gorgulho.

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MARINA HACHEM’S ALCHEMICAL PAIRS AT CASA TRIÂNGULO

Until 08/03/2024
São Paulo, Brasil
JULIA ISÍDREZ’S WORLD IN NEW YORK

Kasmin gallery presented Mundo de Julia, an exhibition of ceramic sculpture by Julia Isídrez. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States and runs concurrently with Isídrez’s presentation in Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere, the 60th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia curated by Adriano Pedrosa.

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JULIA ISÍDREZ’S WORLD IN NEW YORK

Until 08/09/2024
New York, Estados Unidos
CANTANDO BAJITO: INCANTATIONS AT FORD FOUNDATION GALLERY

The Ford Foundation Gallery presented Catando Bajito: Incantations, the second movement of a year-long exhibition series that celebrates strategies for resistance in the wake of rising violence and incursions against bodily autonomy toward feminized bodies.

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CANTANDO BAJITO: INCANTATIONS AT FORD FOUNDATION GALLERY

Until 08/10/2024
New York, Estados Unidos
CLAUDIO GOULART’S WORK AT ZIELINSKY SÃO PAULO

Zielinsky opened a new space in São Paulo, Brazil and presented a solo exhibition by Brazilian artist Claudio Goulart (1954-2000), whose work was developed in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where he lived for over 30 years until he passed away due to complications from AIDS.

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CLAUDIO GOULART’S WORK AT ZIELINSKY SÃO PAULO

Until 07/27/2024
São Paulo, Brasil
IMAGE AND SCULPTURE: MAYANA REDIN AT MARLI MATSUMOTO

Marli Matsumoto Arte Contemporânea featured artist Mayana Redin’s solo show Nenhum Mistério (No Mistery) at the gallery, with a presentation and critical text by José Augusto Ribeiro.

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IMAGE AND SCULPTURE: MAYANA REDIN AT MARLI MATSUMOTO

Until 07/27/2024
São Paulo, Brasil
LISTENING TO GLENDA LEÓN'S RAIN, AT MAX ESTRELLA

The Madrid-based Max Estrella exhibits in its Project Room space Escuchando la Lluvia (Listening to the Rain), by artist Glenda León (Havana, Cuba, 1976), which also serves as a letter of introduction of the Cuban artist as the gallery's new representative. This piece of enormous stylization is presented as a blown glass sculpture handcrafted by the Royal Glass Factory of La Granja in Segovia that collects a visual representation of a drop of water falling.

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LISTENING TO GLENDA LEÓN'S RAIN, AT MAX ESTRELLA

Until 08/01/2024
Madrid, Spain
THE EUPHORIA OF COLOR: CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ IN GALLERIA CONTINUA

Galleria Continua presented in its Parisian space the Franco-Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez’s first solo exhibition The Euphoria of Color (L’euphorie de la couleur).

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THE EUPHORIA OF COLOR: CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ IN GALLERIA CONTINUA

Until 09/14/2024
Paris, France
THE BODY AS MEDIUM, MATERIAL AND METAPHOR

TOMAS REDRADO ART Gallery presented in Miami the fifth movement of MONTES NO VISIBLES (Unseen mountains), curated by Natalia Sosa Molina and Victor López Zumelzu. This new movement features the work of Andrea Ferrero (Peru), Julia Retz (Brazil), and Henry Palacio Clavijo (Colombia).

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THE BODY AS MEDIUM, MATERIAL AND METAPHOR

Until 07/16/2024
Miami, Estados Unidos
MARCOS LÓPEZ’S (SUD) AMÉRICA

As part of its participation in PhotoEspaña, the Fernando Pradilla Gallery presents the work of Marcos Lopez (Santa Fe, Argentina, 1958), one of the most outstanding Latin American photographers on the scene and a regular on the circuits with his peculiar and characteristic conception of life in South America, where everyday life is combined with exaggeration and color that give him an unmistakable trademark.

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MARCOS LÓPEZ’S (SUD) AMÉRICA

Until 07/13/2024
Madrid, Spain
NATURE AND SPIRITUALITY: JUANA SUBERCASEAUX IN OMR

Juana Subercaseaux, a Chilean artist based in Mexico City, presents Esto es Eso, her first exhibition at OMR, showcasing her latest works that intertwine a feminine perspective with the intimate, the mystical, the ephemeral, and the spiritual aspects of nature.

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NATURE AND SPIRITUALITY: JUANA SUBERCASEAUX IN OMR

Until 06/29/2024
México City, México
THE GEOMETRIC AND THE CONCRETE OF WALDO BALART IN CASADO SANTAPAU GALLERY

Madrid's Casado Santapau presents a retrospective exhibition of the work of Waldo Balart (Banes, Cuba, 1931), which covers the minimalist and precise, almost mathematical proposal of the geometries and the concrete abstraction of his works.

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THE GEOMETRIC AND THE CONCRETE OF WALDO BALART IN CASADO SANTAPAU GALLERY

Until 07/27/2024
Madrid, Spain
NOÉ MARTÍNEZ: VISUAL CHRONICLES & COMMUNAL HEALING

PATRON presented Las raíces conversan por debajo de la tierra (Roots converse below the ground), the second exhibition with Mexico City based artista, Noé Martínez.

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NOÉ MARTÍNEZ: VISUAL CHRONICLES & COMMUNAL HEALING

Until 08/17/2024
Chicago, Estados Unidos
RESISTANCE AND VIOLENCE IN MAYA GODED, IN MEMORIA GALLERY

Soy mujer que habla con el viento is the proposal that, around the production of the famous photographer Maya Goded (Mexico City, Mexico, 1967), presents the Madrid gallery Memoria (at its Centro venue) within the PhotoEspaña program.

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RESISTANCE AND VIOLENCE IN MAYA GODED, IN MEMORIA GALLERY

Until 07/20/2024
Madrid, Spain
VERA CHAVES BARCELLOS' COMBINATIONS AT ZIELINSKY

Zielinsky presented Vera Chaves Barcellos' second solo exhibition at the gallery, entitled Objects 1969-1970.

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VERA CHAVES BARCELLOS' COMBINATIONS AT ZIELINSKY

Until 06/21/2024
Barcelona, Spain
MARTA MINUJÍN ON JOY AND VULNERABILITY

Kurimanzutto presented Making a Presence, Marta Minujin’s exhibition in New York.

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MARTA MINUJÍN ON JOY AND VULNERABILITY

Until 06/08/2024
New York, Estados Unidos
ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE OF MEXICO BY SALAS PORTUGAL AND FERNÁNDEZ BALBUENA IN FREIJO GALLERY

Madrid's Galería Freijo presents a photographic exhibition that materializes two singular views of Mexico in the mid-20th century: that of Armando Salas Portugal (Monterrey, Mexico, 1916 - Mexico City, Mexico, 1995) and his photographic work on the buildings of architect Félix Candela (Madrid, Spain, 1910 - Durham, USA, 1997), and that of architect Roberto Fernández Balbuena (Madrid, Spain, 1890 - Mexico City, Mexico, 1966), and his almost botanical devotion to documenting the ahuehuetes.

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ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE OF MEXICO BY SALAS PORTUGAL AND FERNÁNDEZ BALBUENA IN FREIJO GALLERY

Until 06/20/2024
Madrid, Spain
ALGARAVIA: ANDY VILLELA’S DEBUT IN CASA TRIÂNGULO

Casa Triângulo presented Algaravia, the first solo exhibition by Andy Villela at the gallery, featuring critical texts by Carolina Lauriano, Clarissa Diniz, Lucas Albuquerque, Lorraine Mendes and Victor Gorgulho.

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ALGARAVIA: ANDY VILLELA’S DEBUT IN CASA TRIÂNGULO

Until 06/22/2024
São Paulo, Brasil
IRVING RAMÓ’S EXHIBITION IN THE NEW LOCATION OF CASA DEL BARRIO

The Casa del Barrio gallery reopened its doors in Samborondón, Ecuador. The gallery presented the exhibition MOTO & AZIONE by visual artist Irving Ramó, curated by Rodolfo Kronfle.

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IRVING RAMÓ’S EXHIBITION IN THE NEW LOCATION OF CASA DEL BARRIO

Until 06/08/2024
Samborondón, Ecuador
A COLLECTIVE REFLECTION IN LA_CÁPSULA

The exhibition as far as we can see in la_cápsula gallery is an invitation to reflect and resonate collaboratively on the ways of interpreting the world/s.

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A COLLECTIVE REFLECTION IN LA_CÁPSULA

Until 06/13/2024
Zurich, Switzerland
GABRIELA GOLDER: REVISITING THE WORKS OF FACIO HEBEQUER

The exhibition at Rolf Art REVUELTAS by Gabriela Golder - one of Argentina's most internationally recognized audiovisual artists - presents video works in dialogue with the historic lithographic works of master printmaker Guillermo Facio Hebequer.

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GABRIELA GOLDER: REVISITING THE WORKS OF FACIO HEBEQUER

Until 07/31/2024
Buenos Aires, Argentina
JO-HS PRESENTS NYC EXHIBITION FEATURING LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS

JO-HS, a global gallery specializing in emerging contemporary art, debuts its inaugural exhibition in New York, titled Techne. A curated showcase of works by 10 emerging Latin American artists, Techne grapples with how technology shapes humanity.

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JO-HS PRESENTS NYC EXHIBITION FEATURING LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS

Until 06/01/2024
New York, Estados Unidos
LORIEL BELTRÁN’S CHROMATIC LANGUAGE IN LEHMANN MAUPIN

Lehmann Maupin presents To Name the Light, the London debut of Miami-based, Venezuelan-born artist Loriel Beltrán. Featuring five new paintings, including the monumental work Total Collapse (Miami / Seoul), 2024, the exhibition foregrounds the artist’s engagement with time––geological, biological, historical, linguistic––as a conceptual framework to explore the phenomenological effects of light, color, and materiality.

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LORIEL BELTRÁN’S CHROMATIC LANGUAGE IN LEHMANN MAUPIN

Until 06/22/2024
London, Reino Unido
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