CASA TRIÂNGULO EXHIBITS MAX GÓMEZ CANLE'S "FUERA DE LUGAR"
HILARIO: ONLINE AUCTION OF ART, LETTERS AND CRAFTS
PROYECTOS ULTRAVIOLETA EXHIBITS RIOS DE GENTE (RIVERS OF PEOPLE)
Proyectos Ultravioleta presents Ríos de Gente (Rivers of People), the second solo show by Regina José Galindo at the gallery, dedicated to Bernardo Caal, defender of the water, the earth, and of the rights of indigenous peoples.
TRAMA (PLOT): NELA OCHOA EXHIBITS AT SARO LEÓN
On Friday, January 21, at 6:30 p.m., the individual exhibition TRAMA, by Nela Ochoa, a Venezuelan/Spanish artist who has resided in Tenerife since 2017, will open at the Saro León gallery.
GASWORKS PRESENTS GALA PORRAS-KIM: OUT OF AN INSTANCE OF EXPIRATION COMES A PERENNIAL SHOWING
CASA TRIÂNGULO ANNOUNCES O BASTARDO’S PRETOS DE GRIFFE
GUATEMALA – MIDDAY’S NIGHT AT THE GALERÍA REBELDE
TREMOR: SANDRA RENGIFO EXPLORES THE NOTIONS OF BODY, MATERIALITY AND LABOR AT CASA HOFFMANN
TREMOR collects and revisits the reflections on painting, cinematographic noema and experimental video that Sandra Rengifo started in 2016 with the work Los Lirios del Campo y las Aves del Cielo. It is a kind of "synthetic Neo-romanticism" that gathers the premises of existentialism, the process of the everyday, the revisiting of the past and thinking about the present: carrying bodies, diseased bodies, caring bodies, bodies suffering from inclement weather.
MONTENEGRO ART PROJECTS (MAP) OPENS A NEW SPACE IN BOGOTÁ WITH “SILENT THREADS”
The thread is the element that stars in this exhibition, increasingly relevant in contemporary art. It is silent because of its "designation" as a material for women, reflected in techniques such as weaving, embroidery and sewing. The exhibition highlights these traditional activities and shows how artists from Nigeria, Argentina, Cuba, the United States and Colombia coincide in the use of thread and collage in their works. The exhibition is curated by Los Angeles-based design specialist Liliana Becerra and the MAP team (Ana Lucía Arbeláez, art historian, and Sandra Montenegro, director).
AMAZE ME AND I AMAZE YOU – FRIEDEBERG AT DOT FIFTYONE GALLERY, MIAMI
Dot Fiftyone presents the first solo show of the celebrated Mexican artist Pedro Friedeberg in the gallery. With a career spanning more than six decades, Friedeberg is considered an outstanding and emblematic cultural figure. Born in 1936, he was first recognized as a Surrealist artist alongside Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo. He originally trained as an architect and rejected modernism, turning to art with his mentor and friend Mathias Goeritz. In the early 1960s he was part of the interdisciplinary group Los Hartos (The Fed-Ups), always opposing the canon as well as visual and conceptual trends. The irony and absurdity that has characterized his broader artistic practice is embodied in the Mano-Silla (Hand Chair), which has elevated him to the global sphere since 1962. He remains prolific and is significant for new generations.
FTALO GALLERY EXHIBITS "TANTO TIEMPO" BY PAZ BARDI
The exhibition is the reflection of a series of paintings by Paz Bardi under a theme that is, at the same time, method. Taking time as a place, as a tool, and as a subject, the exhibition and its curatorship (by felisa) display a type of creation that can be summarized as: 1. Complicity 2. Fantastic architecture 3. Filtering and editing 4. Mediation
ON THE MEANING OF INTERSECTION – EAMON ORE-GIRON’S EXHIBITION IN GENEVA
Geneva-based gallery Espace Muraille presents Eamon Ore-Giron: Auto-Tune, the first-ever show of the Los Angeles-based artist in continental Europe. Curated by Valentina Locatelli and developed in close collaboration with the artist, the exhibition gathers eighteen paintings from his ongoing series Infinite Regress, conceived especially for the exhibition in Geneva, and two loom-woven tapestries created in collaboration with the Taller Mexicano de Gobelinos in Guadalajara, Mexico
INTIMATE, URBAN AND HUMAN - YAMADÚ CANOSA EXHIBITS IN BARCELONA
Galería Zielinsky presents Yamandú Canosa's exhibition "Entre ramas” (Between Branches) as an epilogue — a coda — to "El árbol de los frutos diferentes", the project that the artist presented in 2011 at the Fundació Suñol in Barcelona. “Entre ramas” is Yamandú Canosa's first solo exhibition for the Zielinsky Gallery, in which the artist revisits works from different periods that interweave different formal preferences and thematic subjects.
RAQUEL RABINOVICH EXHIBITS “PORTALS” IN NEW YORK
Presented by Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, the exhibition features a selection of the artist’s work from the 1960s to the present. Over the course of a seventy-year-long career, New York-based Argentinian-American artist Raquel Rabinovich (b. 1929, Buenos Aires) has been concerned with the paradox of making the invisible visible. Her interest in mythology, existence, poetry, nature, and transcendence is reflected in her monochromatic paintings and drawings, as well as in her sculptural practice that encompasses large-scale glass environments and site-specific stone installations along the shores of the Hudson River.
NOHRA HAIME GALLERY EXHIBITS JULIO LARRAZ: MAJOR WORKS FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
The exhibition comprises fourteen key works from major collections, including most of Larraz’ notorious themes.
CASA HOFFMANN EXHIBITS ARTIFACTS, A PROJECT ABOUT PRIVACY AND TECHNOLOGY
ARTIFACTS is a project curated by researchers Barbara Krulik (US/NL) and Mildred Durán (CO/FR) that revolves around the ubiquity of information and data, and our relationship with them in the contemporary world. It was the winner of the Santa Fe Gallery Network Grant 2021 - Continuous Programming.
“ANTONIO HERNIQUE AMARAL: INSIDE OUT” IN CASA TRIÂNGULO
Casa Triângulo exhibits Antonio Henrique Amaral: Pelo Avesso, Antonio Henrique Amaral's first exhibition at the gallery, curated by Pollyana Quintella and Raphael Fonseca. Multiple and polyphonic, Antonio Henrique Amaral (1935 - 2015) endeavored to create a body of work that would resist univocal meanings. His more than six decades of production have drawn a multifaceted path that has been the subject of recent revisions through essays and monographic exhibitions that place the artist beyond his iconic and emblematic Bananas, made between 1968 and 1975.
ANSWERS TO A TIME: MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ 1987- 2006
Carried out by Casas Riegner in collaboration with the 1Mira Madrid gallery, and curated by Paula Bossa, Respuestas a una época: María Teresa Hincapié 1987- 2006 (Answers to a time) is the first posthumous exhibition held in Colombia that is dedicated to the artistic practice of one of the pioneers of performance in Latin America.
HYPERLEAK. PAST → PRESENT ← FUTURE
The exhibition HyperLeak at Diana Lowenstein Gallery brings together two artists, Alex Trimino and Felice Grodin, who, through installation, moving image, and sculpture, collectively engage with material to understand different experiences of time as a poetic proposition towards redefining our relationships with ecosystems.
POETIC ACTIVISM IN PINK AND RED – SCAFATI’S EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK
Storefront for Art and Architecture exhibits Something Broke: 2011-Windows-2021, an exhibition by Buenos Aires-based artist Mariela Scafati that presents an installation of hand-painted posters lettered by the artist with her writings and reflections on art, activism, and community. The exhibition, hosted at Storefront’s gallery space in New York, is open until September 15th, 2021.
MARÍA SÁBATO EXPLORES THE NATURE OF LIMITS IN “INTERMITTENT GEOGRAPHIES”
In collaboration with Jimena Pérez Salerno, the Argentine artist carried out a performance in the river which she later translated to la_cápsula’s gallery space in Zurich, Switzerland.
LEME NFT: GALERIA LEME LAUNCHES PROJECT TO COMMERCIALIZE NFT ART
Over more than 15 years of history, Galeria Leme has always aimed to promote contemporary art in its multiple scopes, understanding the complexity and constant change that are part of it. It is in this sense that, in 2021, the gallery initiates Leme NFT, a project conceived to produce, promote and commercialize art in NFT format, as well as to develop this still-rising market. The project was launched last Monday, August 16th and its English version can be accessed on their website.
NOCTURNAL MAPS TO THINK LATIN AMERICA - COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITION BETWEEN VIGIL GONZALES AND ESPACIO EL DORADO
The exhibition, at the Vigil Gonzales gallery in Valle Sagrado, brings together the work of seven Latin American artists who question the generalizations imposed on the countries and cultures of their region, and address issues such as politics, neoliberalism, and the art market.
VOLVAMOS, PAINTINGS IN A CYCLE TO BE UNVEILED
The Galería del Paseo Lima presents Volvamos (Let’s Return), the solo show by Sylvia Fernández under the curatorship of Nicolás Gómez Echeverri.