CÓDIGO DE REUNIÓN - REOPENING OF THE ESPACIO FTALO GALLERY IN BUENOS AIRES
On Wednesday, August 12 at 2:00 pm, Espacio Ftalo reopens its doors with the group exhibition "Código de reunión” (Reunion Code), a forceful exhibition with paintings by the gallery’s artists Julio Alan Lepez, Diego Cirulli, Paz Bardi, Santiago Erausquin, Paula Cecci and Pablo Noce.
PAUSA, A PROJECT BY MEXICAN GALLERY PATRICIA CONDE WHERE “LITTLE THINGS BEGIN TO MATTER”
It’s a unique, exclusive, historical document that will show, with the eyes of each of the photographers, the reality we are experiencing and that we do not know how it will evolve. It is a document with the force that only these radical movements can have that completely change our way of seeing and living life.
SO (SEW) AMERICA CARES, A SOCIAL ART PROJECT BY AURORA MOLINA THAT INTERWEAVES PUBLIC SPHERES
Cuban artist Aurora Molina is presenting with Bernice Steimbaum Gallery a participatory project with a commitment to raise awareness about the lives of the children separated from their parents at the border. All the faces stitched together to strengthen the very fabric of our own society.
THIS SATURDAY, NO LUGAR GALLERY OPENS ITS DOORS INTO ITS RESIDENT ARTISTS’ STUDIO
Saturday, August 1, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Within the framework of its Residency Program, the Ecuadorian gallery conducts an Open Studio of Rocío Soria Díaz and Leonardo Jiménez, current artists selected in the project La Casa en el Aire. Thanks to its Covid-19 Common Emergency Fund campaign, the Casa en el Aire program offers access to housing and studio spaces for 2 artists residing in Ecuador from June to August. The project defends the positive effects that a basic access to housing and to the rent of spaces for studies could have on the artistic community.
PORTRAIT OF A LANDSCAPE
July 2020 - The subsuelo gallery, in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, presents the work of the Argentine photographer Matías Sarlo where the plain works as a motif, atmosphere and even character.
NUEVEOCHENTA GALLERY PRESENTS EXHIBITIONS OF ALDO CHAPARRO AND LUIS HERNÁNDEZ MELLIZO
Now in virtual format, the Bogotá-based gallery developed an immersive experience for the public to “visit” Economía del color (Color Economy) by the Colombian artist Luis Hernández Mellizo, and Songs for Fernanda, by Aldo Chaparro, born in Peru.
DOT FIFTYONE PRESENTS ANASTASIA SAMOYLOVA'S EXHIBITION IN A VIRTUAL TALK WITH DAVID CAMPANY
Dot Fiftyone, a Miami based gallery, announces a Virtual Talk between artist Anastasia Samoylova and David Company, Managing Director of Programs at the International Center of Photography (ICP) New York, on Thursday July 16, 12 pm EST (1 pm ARG). They will engage in a conversation about Samoylova’s photographic work and current exhibition ‘FloodZone’, on view at the gallery.
THE SCOPE OF FEMINISM IN THE ARTISTIC FIELD – ROLF ART THINKS EVERYTHING OVER AGAIN
To think everything over again, a virtual exhibition by Buenos Aires based gallery Rolf Art, presents contemporary elements along those of Argentine history that the curator, Andrea Giunta, organizes in 6 chapters. Each one of them delves into different concepts regarding the excluded and the hidden, the relationships with life, with absence, with the closeness and distance of affections with the new forms of daily life and the State. […] In this scenario, feminism emerges to observe global change, contemporary notions of community, the crisis of anthropocentric models and of human exceptionalism.
SICARDI | AYERS | BACINO PRESENTS THREADS OF MEMORY BY GUATEMALAN ARTIST SANDRA MONTERROSO
This is the gallery’s first solo exhibition of Monterroso, and it is accompanied by a curatorial text by art historian Isabela Villanueva.
CASA TRIÂNGULO PRESENTS BOTH COMFORTING AND DISTURBING ARTWORKS BY THIAGO ROCHA PITTA
Nature, darkness and portals to other posible worlds are all present in this artist’s oeuvre.
PIERO ATCHUGARRY PRESENTS (t, x, y, z) - 4 LATIN AMERICAN SCULPTORS IN 4 DIMENSIONS
A satellite exhibition in Miami’s Design District celebrates contemporary Latin American artists Verónica Vázquez (1970, Uruguay), Pablo Rasgado (1984, Mexico), Artur Lescher (1962, Brazil) and Túlio Pinto (1974, Brazil).
KURIMANZUTTO PRESENTS SIEMBRA, WHERE 8 ARTISTS DELVE INTO SYNERGY AND SYMBIOSIS
How can one reimagine kurimanzutto after its 20 years of existence? How can one propose a different way of experiencing time? What place does the gallery occupy in the world, the country, and within each of the communities to which it belongs? What permeates its surroundings and what will shape its future? Art asks questions, it doesn’t give answers. Over the course of 2020, kurimanzutto will formulate questions that have emerged after having undergone various cycles.
A SATIRE OF THE MARKET, SALA GASCO PRESENTS SOME ECONOMIES BY ALEJANDRO SÁNCHEZ
Santiago de Chile - Until July 3 the exhibition by Colombian artist Alejandro Sánchez SOME ECONOMIES will be available, which questions the apparent benefits of the free market and global flows.
PRESENT MEMORY, AN ONLINE EXHIBITION BY ANGEL OTERO IN LEHMANN MAUPIN
Present Memory is an online-only, bilingual presentation of new works by Angel Otero created in upstate New York in a new studio he recently opened.
TO THINK EVERYTHING OVER AGAIN - ROLF ART ONLINE EXHIBITION
Curated by Andrea Giunta, To Think Everything Over Again, is an exhibition conceived shortly before the pandemic began and which was resignified in the context of isolation that began in March 2020.
BUENOS AIRES - THE GALLERY OdA ARTE OPENS ITS DOORS TO AN EXHIBITION BY JOSEFINA ROBIROSA
With previous appointment, the public can visit the exhibition Dibujos. Cinco momentos 1956-1993 (Drawings. Five moments 1956-1993)
GALERÍA DEL PASEO: KEEPING THE SPARK ALIVE IN THE FACE OF THE GLOBAL SITUATION
The Galería del Paseo was founded in 1998 Uruguay and since then has developed a program of activities aimed at promoting Latin American artists in contemporary creation.
CARACAS - CARMEN ARAUJO ARTE: TWO GALLERIES AND A CLEAR VISION
Carmen Araujo, director of the Carmen Araujo Arte gallery, tells us about her experience in Venezuela
SANTIAGO DE CHILE - ART FACTORY SANTA ROSA: HISTORY AND MODERNITY
Factoría Santa Rosa constitutes a valuable cultural heritage, from multiple dimensions, which make it an exceptional space. Its director, Carola Musalem, tells us about her transition from a textile factory to an art gallery.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE - ANINAT GALLERY AND THE HYPE OF CHALLENGE
Isabel Aninat and Javiera García Huidobro, from the highly renowned Galería Aninat, share their experience.
PANAMA CITY - MARIÓN ART GALLERY CELEBRATES ITS 10th ANNIVERSARY
The Panamanian gallery celebrates its 10-year history and the renewal of its image. Its director, Gabriel Cruz, shares a few words:
LIMA - ALDO CHAPARRO PRESENTS A RETRSOPECTIVE IN HIS HOMETOWN
The Germán Krüger Espantoso Space - ICPNA Miraflores presents “Too Late to Die Young”, Aldo Chaparro's retrospective, represented by Ginsberg Gallery in Peru.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE - ARTESPACIO GALLERY: CONTEMPORANEITY AND TRAJECTORY
The Chilean gallery ARTESPACIO was founded in 1995. Its directors, María Elena Comandari and Rosita Lira, have aimed to present, promote and market contemporary Chilean and foreign artists, encouraging collecting and the circulation of art.
MADRID - THE PONCE + ROBLES GALLERY AND THE CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS THEY FIND DAY BY DAY
The gallery owners Raquel and José tell us a little about their work and answer some questions asked by the curator Max Hernández Calvo (Lima)