FOR FREEDOMS LANDS IN FOTOGRAFISKA WITH COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION
The artist-led organization For Freedoms presented Listen Until You Hear, an exhibition in Fotografiska New York featuring artworks by Hank Willis Thomas, Cassils, Maia Ruth Lee, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Eric Gottesman and Kameelah Janan Rasheed.
COLLECTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION AT MoMA
MoMA’s collective exhibition New Photography 2023: Kelani Abass, Akinbode Akinbiyi, Yagazie Emezi, Amanda Iheme, Abraham Oghobase, Karl Ohiri, Logo Oluwamuyiwa explores the photographic work of seven artists, all at various stages in their careers.
NOT ANOTHER LOVE SONG: A ROMANTIC EXHIBITION AT ICP
Love songs at ICP is a group show conceived as a mixtape of songs gifted to a lover, featuring photographic projects about love and intimacy from 16 contemporary photographers.
TWO INTERCONNECTED EXHIBITIONS AT MACBA
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA) presents the exhibitions Trans Humo by Pablo La Padula and Flow Flow by Daniel Joglar.
MASP LANDMANN LONG-TERM LOAN – PRE-COLUMBIAN CERAMICS AND METALS
The museum inaugurated the second of two exhibitions devoted to MASP Landmann long-term loan, with 906 pieces brought to the Museum in 2016, remaining until 2026.
VALENTIN DEMARCO GETS INTO MALBA COLLECTION
Thanks to a private donation, the video Cebame (2019) and the installation Panoplia de mates culeros (2022) by artist Valentín Demarco entered the museum’s collection.
ART IN THE TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin presents a special two-part exhibition that explores the history and contemporary urgency of climate-related issues.
THE CRISIS AS A STARTING POINT
Cien caminos en un solo día (One Hundred Roads in a Single Day) is the group exhibition staged by Luciana Lamothe at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires.
ME, YOU AND THE MOON. TUNGA AT MAM SÃO PAULO
For the first time ever in Brazil, the installation Eu, Você e a Lua (2015) (Me, You and the Moon) –one of the last major works completed by the artist– will be presented at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo).
ART WEEK 2023 ARRIVES IN BUENOS AIRES
From August 27 to September 3, 2023, the fourth edition of Art Week will take place with more than 100 activities to enjoy throughout the city of Buenos Aires and 8 new works to discover in public spaces.
ART AND ACTIVISIM BETWEEN CHICAGO AND PUERTO RICO
Entre horizontes: art and activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art examines the artistic genealogies and social justice movements that connect Puerto Rico with Chicago.
MANY FORMS OF CARE: AN EXHIBITION AT THE MFA BOSTON
Tender Loving Care: Contemporary Art from the Collection at the Museum of fine Arts in Boston invites visitors to explore how contemporary artists trace and address concepts of care through their materials, subjects, ideas, and processes.
SERGIO HERNÁNDEZ: AN EXHIBITION AT THE COLEGIO DE SAN IDEFONDO
Mexican artist Sergio Hernández presented an exhibition at the Colegio de San Idefondo with 143 works. It is the most important and complete exhibition so far, which includes unpublished pieces.
THE SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATION BY JOAQUÍN SÁNCHEZ AT CASA M
Within the framework of Pinta Sud ASU 2023 in Asunción, Paraguay, Casa M becomes for a few days the perfect setting for the site-specific intervention by artist Joaquín Sánchez, entitled The architecture of the body. Poetics of space and other fictions.
THE AMAZONAS AND SOUTHEAST ASIA: A CULTURAL EXCHANGE
The exhibition How many worlds are we? Presented in The Jim Thompson Art Center explores the notion of East and West in traditional and contemporary cultural practices between Amazonas and Southeast Asia.
ARTISTS NOMINATED FOR THE 13TH LUIS CABALLERO AWARD
The Luis Caballero Award is back for its twelfth edition, which since 1996 has recognized the work of Colombian artists of long trajectory, becoming one of the most important incentives for the creation and circulation of art in Bogota, Colombia.
ALFREDO JAAR RECIEVED THE 11TH HIROSHIMA ART PRIZE
The Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar is the winner of the 11th Hiroshima Art Prize and will present an exhibition at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art.
THE CHAIR MUSEUM: A CHANCE TO CONNECT AND CREATE
The Chair Museum of Asuncion opened the first exhibition of National Industrial Design Diseña Paraguay 2023, where 38 exhibitors with innovative designs will participate. This exhibition will be part of the Pinta Sud | ASU program from August 7 to 13, 2023.
COLECCIÓN MENDONCA: A QUEST FOR CULTURAL IDENTITY
The Mendonca Collection, part of the second edition of Pinta Sud | ASU, houses key works of contemporary Paraguayan art -although it also includes works by artists of other nationalities- and counts with the collaboration and curatorship of expert art critics such as Adriana Almada, Felix Toranzos, Osvaldo Salerno and Ticio Escobar.
CARLOS BUNGA’S NEW INSTALLATION AT SARASOTA ART MUSEUM
For the exhibition Reassembling Split Light at Sarasota Art Museum, Carlos Bunga will create a temporary cardboard structure in the 30-foot-high Koski Gallery located on the Museum’s third floor. Beginning and ending as a dialogue with the existing architecture, this installation will transform the gallery’s spatial configuration for the duration of the exhibition. By deploying light as his primary conceptual basis, just as James Turrell has done before him, Bunga explains that he will sculpt light, which cannot be touched, but only felt viscerally.
A VINDICATION TO OFFICES: AMALIA PICA AT THE JUMEX MUSEUM
¡Qué viva el papeleo! (Long live paperwork!) is Amalia Pica's exhibition at the Museo Jumex that deals with office culture and focuses on finding pleasure and the potential for playing within the tedious processes of paperwork.
BLANTON MUSEUM PRESENTS MAJOR EXHIBITION OF ANCIENT MAYA ART
The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin presents Forces of Nature: Ancient Maya Art from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, an exploration into the rich world of the supernatural in Maya art of the Classic period (250–900 CE), featuring 200 objects from LACMA's renowned collection of Ancient American art.
REVISION OF LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY IN MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ART
The Minneapolis Institute of Art presented a new exhibition, in partnership with the Denver Art Museum. ReVisión: Art in the Americas provides a poignant look into the history of Latin America.
THE ISHIR SKY. COSMOGONIC TALES OF THE PARAGUAYAN CHACO
Curated by art critic Adriana Almada, the exhibition El Cielo Ishir. Cosmogonic tales of the Paraguayan Chaco, brings together works by the late indigenous artist Ogwa and contemporaries Joaquin Sanchez and Fernando Allen.
A SHORT STORY OF PAIN. ARNALDO CRISTALDO AT MUSEO DEL BARRO
The Centro de Artes Visuales/Museo del Barro opens the exhibition Pequeña historia del dolor (Little Story of Pain), by artist Arnaldo Cristaldo.