WENDY RED STAR ON FEMINIST, INDIGENOUS REPRESENTATION – MONOGRAPH AND EXHIBITION
THE DUTY OF THE FORMS IN THE WORKS OF PAUL AMUNDARAI
MABEL POBLET EXHIBITS ‘WHEN I TALK TO THE OTHER, I CALLED THEM’ AT ODALYS GALLERY
FALCONÍ’S NEW ECOLOGICAL MAP AT +ARTE GALLERY
MARCIA DE MORAES: MATRIZ
STREAMLINE – DEDÉ LINS
SERGIO BAZÁN AND LOLE ASIKIAN EXHIBIT “TIME PLAYS” AT DIANA LOWENSTEIN GALLERY
(UN)EMBROIDERING PERIPHERIES AT CASA HOFFMANN
LALANA EXHIBITS ART AND DESIGN AT XIPPAS GALLERY
THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD IN PHOTOGRAPHS
PILAR ELGUETA: CADA DÍA, UN NUEVO FIN DE MUNDO
PERU – FRACTURED ATLAS AT VIGIL GONZALES GALLERY
DIAPHANOUS AND SACRED STRUCTURES IN THE GALERÍA REBELDE
THE POSSIBILITIES OF BUILDING IN THE DRAWINGS OF VELÁSQUEZ
REFLECTIONS ON CONTROL AND FRAGILITY IN NUEVEOCHENTA GALLERY
TRAVELS OF A TRUNCATED GLOBALIZATION
VIDEOKINESIS AT CASA HOFFMANN
“uncanny” EXPLORES THE ROOTING OF IDENTITIES
GALERÍA REBELDE EXHIBITS TEXTILE ART IN “LA HISTORIA DE LA LONA”
VISUAL PHENOMENA IN TWO EXHIBITIONS – NUEVEOCHENTA GALLERY
ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES REPRESENTATION OF RONNY QUEVEDO
The New York-based gallery will present Quevedo's first solo exhibition with the Gallery in fall 2022.
OSCAR MURILLO JOINS KURIMANZUTTO
Oscar Murillo has developed a multifaceted and inventive art practice, which constantly probes questions of collectivity and shared culture, while being fundamentally connected to the affective qualities of different materials.
ALCHEMIC CHANTS BY YANIRA COLLADO
“My work attempts to assemble a visual language that reconciles the process in which the history of this information is recorded, stored, and retrieved." Emerson Dorsch presents Alchemic Chants/ Reliquias Fragmentadas, Yanira Collado’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. A platform nearly covers the gallery floor, while objects and paintings punctuate the slim corridor around it. The platform echoes the footprint of a small house, one for living and for working.
ENRIQUE MARTÍNEZ CELAYA: THE ROSE GARDEN
UTA Artist Space and Unit London announce a new immersive environment by the celebrated Los Angeles-based artist Enrique Martínez Celaya. The Rose Garden ambitiously brings together new paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, garments, and writing, inviting viewers to consider the self—both its promise and its threat—through the mystical divination of memory.