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THE VENICE BIENNALE: CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLIC PAVILION

The heart of a giraffe in captivity is twelve kilos lighter tells the story of Lenka the giraffe, drawing on the history of Czechoslovakia’s acquisition of animals from the Global South. Interpreted through contemporary ecological and decolonial perspectives, Eva Kotátková’s project of the Czech and Slovak Republic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale builds a space for imagining a different way of relating to nature.

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THE VENICE BIENNALE: CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLIC PAVILION

The heart of a giraffe in captivity is twelve kilos lighter tells the story of Lenka the giraffe, drawing on the history of Czechoslovakia’s acquisition of animals from the Global South. Interpreted through contemporary ecological and decolonial perspectives, Eva Kotátková’s project of the Czech and Slovak Republic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale builds a space for imagining a different way of relating to nature.

COMPOSE: JAPAN PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

The Japan Foundation, the commissioner of the Japan Pavilion presents Compose, a solo exhibition created by Yuko Mohri and curated by Sook-Kyung Lee at the 60th International Venice Biennale.

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COMPOSE: JAPAN PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

The Japan Foundation, the commissioner of the Japan Pavilion presents Compose, a solo exhibition created by Yuko Mohri and curated by Sook-Kyung Lee at the 60th International Venice Biennale.

YOUNG CARIBBEAN PHOTOGRAPHY AT PHOTOESPAÑA

Included within the activities of the program Transcultura. Integrating Cuba, the Caribbean and the European Union through Culture and Creativity, an initiative coordinated by the European Union and implemented by UNESCO in Havana, fifteen young Caribbean photographers between the ages of 18 and 35 will participate in PHotoESPAÑA 2024 with the presentation of their recent work, in addition to being able to interact professionally with cultural agents and the sector.

By Álvaro de Benito
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YOUNG CARIBBEAN PHOTOGRAPHY AT PHOTOESPAÑA

By Álvaro de Benito

Included within the activities of the program Transcultura. Integrating Cuba, the Caribbean and the European Union through Culture and Creativity, an initiative coordinated by the European Union and implemented by UNESCO in Havana, fifteen young Caribbean photographers between the ages of 18 and 35 will participate in PHotoESPAÑA 2024 with the presentation of their recent work, in addition to being able to interact professionally with cultural agents and the sector.

THE GESTURES OF WORK

The group exhibition Los gestos del trabajo (The Gestures of Work), curated by Clarisa Appendino and Benedetta Casini, at MUNTREF Centro de Arte Contemporáneo presents works that explore the relationship between bodies, technology and work.

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THE GESTURES OF WORK

The group exhibition Los gestos del trabajo (The Gestures of Work), curated by Clarisa Appendino and Benedetta Casini, at MUNTREF Centro de Arte Contemporáneo presents works that explore the relationship between bodies, technology and work.

ENRIQUE BOSTELMANN: APERTURES AND BORDERSCAPES

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art presents the tour of Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures and Borderscapes. The exhibition will be available from June 18 to December 15, 2024.

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ENRIQUE BOSTELMANN: APERTURES AND BORDERSCAPES

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art presents the tour of Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures and Borderscapes. The exhibition will be available from June 18 to December 15, 2024.

ALFREDO JAAR WINS 2024 MEDITERRANEAN ALBERT CAMUS PRIZE

The jury of the IV Mediterranean Albert Camus Prize –composed of Javier Gomá, who acts as its president, and N’Goné Fall, Miquel Molina, José Luis Pérez Pont and Anne Prouteau– decided to unanimously award Alfredo Jaar the 2024 edition prize.

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ALFREDO JAAR WINS 2024 MEDITERRANEAN ALBERT CAMUS PRIZE

The jury of the IV Mediterranean Albert Camus Prize –composed of Javier Gomá, who acts as its president, and N’Goné Fall, Miquel Molina, José Luis Pérez Pont and Anne Prouteau– decided to unanimously award Alfredo Jaar the 2024 edition prize.

PATRICIO REIG AND THE ANATOMY OF THE GAZE

Patricio Reig (San Juan, Argentina, 1952) exhibits at the Centre Cultural La Mercè in Girona Anatomía de la mirada, a proposal that deals with the dissection of the act of looking and its individual and subjective approach.

By Álvaro de Benito
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PATRICIO REIG AND THE ANATOMY OF THE GAZE

By Álvaro de Benito

Patricio Reig (San Juan, Argentina, 1952) exhibits at the Centre Cultural La Mercè in Girona Anatomía de la mirada, a proposal that deals with the dissection of the act of looking and its individual and subjective approach.

THE PAVILION OF URUGUAY AT THE 60TH VENICE BIENNALE

Commissioned by Facundo de Almeida and curated by Elisa Valerio, the national pavilion of Uruguay presents the work of Eduardo Cardozo with the project Latent.

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THE PAVILION OF URUGUAY AT THE 60TH VENICE BIENNALE

Commissioned by Facundo de Almeida and curated by Elisa Valerio, the national pavilion of Uruguay presents the work of Eduardo Cardozo with the project Latent.

TORONTO BIENNIAL OF ART: PRECARIOUS JOYS

The curatorial team of the Toronto Biennial of Art (the Biennial/TBA) and its curatorial team of Dominique Fontaine and Miguel A. López announced the title, full artist list and venues for its third edition.

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TORONTO BIENNIAL OF ART: PRECARIOUS JOYS

The curatorial team of the Toronto Biennial of Art (the Biennial/TBA) and its curatorial team of Dominique Fontaine and Miguel A. López announced the title, full artist list and venues for its third edition.

LATIN AMERICAN ART TRIUMPHS AT AUCTION

The NY spring season has concluded with the major auctions of Contemporary and Modern art. While the sales have not been a disaster, most lots have sold either below or close to the low estimate, with some last-minute withdrawals. One year ago, the May sales already marked a clear recalibration of prices. Over the past 12 months, the market has continued its slowdown, and this week's sales have confirmed the trend. It is not a brusque fall or a crash, but a slow-motion downward spiral in prices, with very few but exciting surprises.

By MARÍA SANCHO-ARROYO. ART MARKET SPECIALIST
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LATIN AMERICAN ART TRIUMPHS AT AUCTION

By MARÍA SANCHO-ARROYO. ART MARKET SPECIALIST

The NY spring season has concluded with the major auctions of Contemporary and Modern art. While the sales have not been a disaster, most lots have sold either below or close to the low estimate, with some last-minute withdrawals. One year ago, the May sales already marked a clear recalibration of prices. Over the past 12 months, the market has continued its slowdown, and this week's sales have confirmed the trend. It is not a brusque fall or a crash, but a slow-motion downward spiral in prices, with very few but exciting surprises.

ANDREA MANCINI & EVERY ISLAND: LUXEMBOURG PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

A Comparative Dialogue Act, a project by the Luxembourgish artist Andrea Mancini and the multidisciplinary collective Every Island is representing the Luxembourg Pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale.

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ANDREA MANCINI & EVERY ISLAND: LUXEMBOURG PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

A Comparative Dialogue Act, a project by the Luxembourgish artist Andrea Mancini and the multidisciplinary collective Every Island is representing the Luxembourg Pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale.

ERNESTO NETO AND HIS CROSSROADS OF CULTURES AT MAAT

Ernesto Neto (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1964) presents Nosso Barco Tambor Terra at Lisbon's Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT), an impressive large-scale installation with which he evokes and stages the crossing of different cultures and the relationships between individuals from different continents.

By Álvaro de Benito
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ERNESTO NETO AND HIS CROSSROADS OF CULTURES AT MAAT

By Álvaro de Benito

Ernesto Neto (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1964) presents Nosso Barco Tambor Terra at Lisbon's Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT), an impressive large-scale installation with which he evokes and stages the crossing of different cultures and the relationships between individuals from different continents.

MATISSE: THE RED STUDIO AT FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON

Fondation Louis Vuitton, in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art, New York and the SMK—Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, is hosting the exhibition Matisse: The Red Studio, focusing on the genesis and history of the 1911 masterpiece.

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MATISSE: THE RED STUDIO AT FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON

Fondation Louis Vuitton, in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art, New York and the SMK—Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, is hosting the exhibition Matisse: The Red Studio, focusing on the genesis and history of the 1911 masterpiece.

VIRGINIA JARAMILLO’S WORK IN THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGO

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presented Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence, the first major retrospective and largest monographic exhibition to date of the work of Virginia Jaramillo.

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VIRGINIA JARAMILLO’S WORK IN THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGO

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presented Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence, the first major retrospective and largest monographic exhibition to date of the work of Virginia Jaramillo.

AFFECTIVE POETICS: ROSANA PAULINO AT MALBA

Rosana Paulino. Amefricana is the most complete exhibition outside Brazil of this artist born in Sao Paulo in 1967. The exhibition at Malba brings together a group of works made during 30 years, between 1994 and 2024, from the perspective that the Atlantic inscribes in the Afro-descendant America.

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AFFECTIVE POETICS: ROSANA PAULINO AT MALBA

Rosana Paulino. Amefricana is the most complete exhibition outside Brazil of this artist born in Sao Paulo in 1967. The exhibition at Malba brings together a group of works made during 30 years, between 1994 and 2024, from the perspective that the Atlantic inscribes in the Afro-descendant America.

MALTA PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE 2024

Malta’s pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale presented artist Matthew Attard’s solo project, I Will Follow the Ship. Curated by Elyse Tonna and Sara Dolfi Agostini.

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MALTA PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE 2024

Malta’s pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale presented artist Matthew Attard’s solo project, I Will Follow the Ship. Curated by Elyse Tonna and Sara Dolfi Agostini.

LEONORA CARRINGTON'S BID FOR LATIN AMERICAN RECORD

Leonora Carrington’s painting "Les Distractions de Dagobert" (1945), valued between $12 to $18 million, is generating considerable excitement as it heads to auction at Sotheby's this May. Having been in an American collection since 1995, its upcoming sale not only reflects the escalating market demand for Carrington's pieces but also underscores the rising interest in female Surrealist artists.

By Maria Sancho-Arroyo. Art Market Specialist
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LEONORA CARRINGTON'S BID FOR LATIN AMERICAN RECORD

By Maria Sancho-Arroyo. Art Market Specialist

Leonora Carrington’s painting "Les Distractions de Dagobert" (1945), valued between $12 to $18 million, is generating considerable excitement as it heads to auction at Sotheby's this May. Having been in an American collection since 1995, its upcoming sale not only reflects the escalating market demand for Carrington's pieces but also underscores the rising interest in female Surrealist artists.

 AMALIA MESA-BAINS: ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEMORY

El Museo del Barrio presented the exhibition Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory, the first retrospective exhibition by the pioneering artist, curator, and theorist. Born in 1943 to a Mexican immigrant family, Mesa-Bains has been a leading figure in Chicanx art for nearly half a century.

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AMALIA MESA-BAINS: ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEMORY

El Museo del Barrio presented the exhibition Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory, the first retrospective exhibition by the pioneering artist, curator, and theorist. Born in 1943 to a Mexican immigrant family, Mesa-Bains has been a leading figure in Chicanx art for nearly half a century.

CHAOS THEORY AT THE GUGGENHEIM BILBAO

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Metahaven. Chaos Theory. This is the first exhibition of the year in the Film & Video room, a space that the Museum dedicates entirely to video art, audiovisual installation and moving image as artistic languages, and which celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2024.

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CHAOS THEORY AT THE GUGGENHEIM BILBAO

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Metahaven. Chaos Theory. This is the first exhibition of the year in the Film & Video room, a space that the Museum dedicates entirely to video art, audiovisual installation and moving image as artistic languages, and which celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2024.

MEIAC PRESENTS MARTÍN LÓPEZ LAM’S PAISAJE TRANSFERIDO

The Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo (MEIAC) in Badajoz is exhibiting, under the title Paisaje Transferido, a wide-ranging show by MartÍn Lopez Lam (Lima, Peru, 1981), one of the main exponents of graphic art in Spain, where he has been living for the last two decades.

By Álvaro de Benito
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MEIAC PRESENTS MARTÍN LÓPEZ LAM’S PAISAJE TRANSFERIDO

By Álvaro de Benito

The Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo (MEIAC) in Badajoz is exhibiting, under the title Paisaje Transferido, a wide-ranging show by MartÍn Lopez Lam (Lima, Peru, 1981), one of the main exponents of graphic art in Spain, where he has been living for the last two decades.

JULIA ISÍDREZ AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH AT THE 60TH VENICE BIENNIAL

A week away from its official opening, the 60th edition of the Venice Biennale has generated press urbi et orbi. While some articles celebrated the irruption of the Global South in the Arsenale and the Giardini, others -truly devastating- reported on the disturbance and discomfort that the proposal of Adriano Pedrosa -the first Latin American to cure La Biennale in more than a century of existence- has awakened in the Western art system.

By Adriana Almada, in the Paraguayan newspaper El Nacional.
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JULIA ISÍDREZ AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH AT THE 60TH VENICE BIENNIAL

By Adriana Almada, in the Paraguayan newspaper El Nacional.

A week away from its official opening, the 60th edition of the Venice Biennale has generated press urbi et orbi. While some articles celebrated the irruption of the Global South in the Arsenale and the Giardini, others -truly devastating- reported on the disturbance and discomfort that the proposal of Adriano Pedrosa -the first Latin American to cure La Biennale in more than a century of existence- has awakened in the Western art system.

LA CHOLA POBLETE WAS AWARDED AT THE VENICE BIENNIAL

Argentine artist La Chola Poblete received a special mention at the Venice Biennale 2024, selected together with artist Samia Halaby.

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LA CHOLA POBLETE WAS AWARDED AT THE VENICE BIENNIAL

Argentine artist La Chola Poblete received a special mention at the Venice Biennale 2024, selected together with artist Samia Halaby.

EXPLORING THE MULTIVALENT NOTION OF DISPOSSESSION AT THE MAC PANAMÁ

Pies bajo fuego: sobre el espejo (Feet under fire: on the mirror) is the two-part exhibition at MAC Panama. Curated by Miguel A. López, it explores the multivalent notion of dispossession and its forms of representation through a group of video works from the last decade.

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EXPLORING THE MULTIVALENT NOTION OF DISPOSSESSION AT THE MAC PANAMÁ

Pies bajo fuego: sobre el espejo (Feet under fire: on the mirror) is the two-part exhibition at MAC Panama. Curated by Miguel A. López, it explores the multivalent notion of dispossession and its forms of representation through a group of video works from the last decade.

RUSSIA’S VENICE BIENNALE PAVILION WILL HOST BOLIVIA’S PROPOSAL

The Russian Venice Biennale pavilion is hosting a group exhibition of artists from South America organized by Bolivia’s Ministry of Cultures, Decolonization and Depatriarchalizing.

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RUSSIA’S VENICE BIENNALE PAVILION WILL HOST BOLIVIA’S PROPOSAL

The Russian Venice Biennale pavilion is hosting a group exhibition of artists from South America organized by Bolivia’s Ministry of Cultures, Decolonization and Depatriarchalizing.

FRIEZE NEW YORK 2024: CELEBRATING ART AND THE CITY

Frieze New York 2024 returns to The Shed in New York with a new curator for Focus, more than 60 galleries from 25 countries and an extensive program of events and activations. This year’s edition will be held from May 1-5.

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FRIEZE NEW YORK 2024: CELEBRATING ART AND THE CITY

Frieze New York 2024 returns to The Shed in New York with a new curator for Focus, more than 60 galleries from 25 countries and an extensive program of events and activations. This year’s edition will be held from May 1-5.

PINTA PArC 2024 AMPLIFIED THE LATIN-AMERICAN ARTISTIC EXPRESSION

Pinta PArC closed its 14th edition with more than 200 artists and 44 galleries. From April 24 to 28, 2024 at Casa Prado, the fair brought together curators, gallery owners, artists, collectors and art lovers.

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PINTA PArC 2024 AMPLIFIED THE LATIN-AMERICAN ARTISTIC EXPRESSION

Pinta PArC closed its 14th edition with more than 200 artists and 44 galleries. From April 24 to 28, 2024 at Casa Prado, the fair brought together curators, gallery owners, artists, collectors and art lovers.

BONAVENTURE SOH BEJENG NDIKUNG WILL BE THE CHIEF CURATOR OF THE 36TH SÃO PAULO BIENNALE

The Fundação Biennale de São Paulo announced that Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung will be the chief curator of the 36th São Paulo Biennale, to be held during the second half of 2025.

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BONAVENTURE SOH BEJENG NDIKUNG WILL BE THE CHIEF CURATOR OF THE 36TH SÃO PAULO BIENNALE

The Fundação Biennale de São Paulo announced that Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung will be the chief curator of the 36th São Paulo Biennale, to be held during the second half of 2025.

VIDEO PROJECT: THE PERSISTENCE OF THE SELF

Curated by Irene Gelfman, the Video Project section at Pinta PArC invited galleries to present projects that revolve around the themes of ancestral practices, community work, Amazonia and nature.

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VIDEO PROJECT: THE PERSISTENCE OF THE SELF

Curated by Irene Gelfman, the Video Project section at Pinta PArC invited galleries to present projects that revolve around the themes of ancestral practices, community work, Amazonia and nature.

SCULPTURE GARDEN: EXCHANGING LANGUAGES

The Sculpture Garden is one of the characteristic sections of Pinta PArC. Located outdoors at the main entrance of Casa Prado and curated by Max Hernández Calvo, the proposal explores the relationship between sculpture, architecture and green areas.

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SCULPTURE GARDEN: EXCHANGING LANGUAGES

The Sculpture Garden is one of the characteristic sections of Pinta PArC. Located outdoors at the main entrance of Casa Prado and curated by Max Hernández Calvo, the proposal explores the relationship between sculpture, architecture and green areas.

MIGUEL AGUIRRE: PINTA PArC'S NOMINATED ARTIST FOR EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD

The EFG Latin America Art Award, in association with ArtNexus, announced Miguel Aguirre as Pinta PArC's nominated artist for the award.

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MIGUEL AGUIRRE: PINTA PArC'S NOMINATED ARTIST FOR EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD

The EFG Latin America Art Award, in association with ArtNexus, announced Miguel Aguirre as Pinta PArC's nominated artist for the award.

CURATORIAL PROJECTS AT PINTA PArC 2024

Pinta PArC is the official contemporary art fair in Peru. In its 11th edition –from April 25 to 28– the fair presents an experimental and ambitious program, with unique curatorial projects.

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CURATORIAL PROJECTS AT PINTA PArC 2024

Pinta PArC is the official contemporary art fair in Peru. In its 11th edition –from April 25 to 28– the fair presents an experimental and ambitious program, with unique curatorial projects.

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