TATIANA CUEVAS GUEVARA IS THE NEW DIRECTOR OF MUAC
The team of the General Directorate of Visual Arts and the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo of the UNAM appointed Tatiana Cuevas Guevara, curator and art historian, as the next director of the MUAC.
WINNERS OF THE 2023-2024 CINTAS FELLOWSHIPS ANNOUNCED
The CINTAS Foundation announced the 2023-2024 Fellows for the programs of: Architecture & Design, Creative Writing, Brandon Fradd Music Composition, Sondra Gilman González-Falla Photography and Visual Arts.
LUCILA GRADÍN AT THE MARCO MUSEUM: NATIVE COSMOGONY
Cosmogony Nativa (Native Cosmogony) is Lucila Gradín's exhibition at the Museo Marco. It is curated by Eva Grinstein.
MAGALI LARA’S CORPOREAL EXPERIENCES AND INTERIOR LANDSCAPES
Magali Lara: Interior Landscapes is the artist’s exhibition at The James B. Duke House, together with the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University and ISLAA.
SAYING GOODBYE TO ROSA DE LA CRUZ: THE HEART BEHIND THE MIAMI ART SCENE
The great art collector Rosa de la Cruz passed away at the age of 81 at her home in Miami and left a great legacy in the city's art and cultural scene.
COSMIC TRACES: ROBERTO HUARCAYA AT THE VENICE BIENNIAL
Peruvian photographer Roberto Huarcaya will represent his country at the Venice Biennale 2024 with his project Cosmic Traces.
NEW SOCIETY: MIRANDA JULY’S FIRST SOLO MUSEUM EXHIBITION
Fondazione Prada presents Miranda July: New Society, the first solo museum exhibition of Miranda July’s work from March 7 to October 14, 2024 at the Osservatorio, located at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan.
CHRONOMORPHOSIS: ELIAS CRESPIN’S WORK AT SWEDEN
Bildmuseet presents Venezuelan artist Elias Crespin exhibition Chronomorphosis, opening March 15th, 2024.
HOW WE REMEMBER TOMORROW
How we remember tomorrow, an exhibition at the University of Queensland Art Museum celebrates storytelling across generations, through oceans and waterways and transcending eras and perspectives.
EVOKING A SPACE BEYOND CINEMA: ROSA BARBA IN PERU
The Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI) and proyectoamil present Evoking a Space Beyond Cinema, the first monographic museum exhibition by Rosa Barba in Peru.
LATIN AMERICA AT THE BIENNALE DI VENEZIA’S INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
The Biennale di Venezia’s 60th International Art Exhibition, titled Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere, will open to the public from Saturday April 20 to Sunday November 24, 2024, at the Giardini and the Arsenale; it will be curated by Adriano Pedrosa.
ARTISTS IN DIALOGUE WITH BISPO DO ROSÁRIO'S WORK
With more than 100 works, the exhibition "Sounds of Bispo do Rosário" at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum introduces the legacy of the renowned artist in dialogue with other figures who were strongly influenced by his work.
THE BRAZILIAN PAVILION AT THE 2024 VENICE BIENNALE
Ka’a Pûera: we are walking birds, Brazil’s participation at the 60th International Venice Biennale, features the resistance and artistic production of Brazil’s native peoples, updating the problematic issues of colonization.
PALOMA CONTRERAS LOMAS AND INÉS DOUJAK
The Center for Art, Research and Alliance’s spring 2024 exhibition presents an intergenerational, feminist dialogue between artists Paloma Contreras Lomas (b. Mexico, 1991) and Ines Doujak (b. Austria, 1959). The show opens March 2 and will remain on view through May 12, 2024.
RAVEN CHACÓN BRINGS HIS WORK TOGETHER AT SWISS INSTITUTE
Raven Chacon: A Worm’s Eye View from a Bird’s Beak at Swiss Institute Contemporary Art New York is the artist first major institutional solo exhibition, organized in partnership with Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum.
NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY AT PAMM
TRANSFER Download: Sea Change at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), together with TRANSFER is an immersive exhibition that reflects on the accelerating changes across climate, culture, and time.
DIANA EUSEBIO IS THE 2024 YoungArts JORGE M. PÉREZ AWARD WINNER
YoungArts announces 2024 Jorge M. Pérez Award Winner. Diana Eusebio is a Peruvian-Dominican multidisciplinary artist, fashion designer, 2016 YoungArts award winner in Visual Arts and U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts.
ADRIANA BUSTOS TRACES A MAP OF MAMBO HISTORY
Argentine multidisciplinary artist Adriana Bustos presents her site-specific project entitled Genealogy of a Collection conceived for Viceversa, an exhibition project celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO).
CAROLINA CAYCEDO: SPIRAL FOR SHARED DREAMS AT MoMA
Spiral for Shared Dreams is Colombian artist Carolina Caycedo’s exhibition at MoMA, presenting 11 handmade atarrayas, or fishing nets, denouncing the impact of hydroelectrical dams and other infrastructure on water bodies.
REYNIER LEYVA NOVO REFLECTS ABOUT THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
The Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston presented the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of Cuban conceptual artist Reynier Leyva Novo.
THE FIAVOVICH-GOLDBERG DUO AT THE MUSEO MODERNO
Otumpa is the first exhibition of the artists Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolás Goldberg at the Museo Moderno in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Curated by Javier Villa.
THE MULTIFACETED COMPOSITIONS OF CHRISTIAN MARCLAY
Graphic Scores at PROA 21 presents, for the first time in Argentina, a selection of works by the Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay (1955), an unavoidable reference in the field of visual-sound experimentation.
MARIANA CASTILLO DEBALL’S PALIMPSESTS AT MILAN
Luce dietro tracce incompiute is the textile installation by Mexican artist Mariana Castillo Deball, whose monumental dimensions welcome visitors to the heart of the Museo delle Culture di Milano (MUDEC).
MELISSA CODY’S NAVAJO TAPESTRY SYMBOLS AND PATTERNS
North-American artist Melissa Cody featured at MASP the exhibition Webbed Skies, with curatorship of Isabella Rjeille and Ruba Katrib.
GREEN SNAKE: WOMEN-CENTERED ECOLOGIES
Presented at Tai Kwun Contemporary, Green Snake: women-centred ecologies gather more than 60 works—16 of them new commissions—from 30 artists and collectives in an exhibition that draws on mythologies and world views with women at their heart to explore possibilities for other ecological relationships.
CELEBRATING THE GRANDMOTHER AS A FIGURE OF KNOWLEDGE
Kunstinstituut Melly presented My Oma, a project that involves a group exhibition, concerts, performance, public programs and education activities. Conceptually interlaced throughout these formats are the figure of the grandmother, queries on ancestral knowledge, and ideas of cultural heritage.
LIGHT AND LIGHTNESS: CELEBRATING 10 YEARS AT JUMEX
Featuring works by 67 national and international artists, Everything Becomes Lighter is a thematic exploration in keeping with the current times. The exhibition at JUMEX considers the healing power of light and lightness as an antidote to the forces of darkness and heaviness that surround humanity today.
SARACENO’S CATHOLIC CONFESSIONAL BOX INSTALLATION
Life(s) of Webs, arachnophobias, arachnophilias, and other stories is a permanent installation at Chiesa della Madonna del Carmine, Palazzo Lanfranchi by Tomás Saraceno, arrived in Matera, Italy with a project of the Matera Basilicata 2019 Foundation in collaboration with the National Museum of Matera.
MYSTICISM, MUSIC AND INTELLECTUALISM. HARRY SMITH AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM
Fragments of a Faith Forgotten: The Art of Harry Smith at Whitney Museum puts the artist's life on display alongside his art and collections.
CARLOS TRILNICK’S LEGACY AT PROA
Paisajes políticos (Political Landscapes) is an exhibition on the work of Carlos Trilnick. Curated by Marcela Römer, PROA presents a small group of photographs and video installations made between 1989 and 2019 that introduce the universe of this artist, curator, disseminator and teacher considered a pioneer of video art in Argentina and Latin America.