AMA AMOEDO FOUNDATION ANNOUNCED 2023 SCHOLARSHIPS AWARD WINNERS
The results of the first edition of the Ama Amoedo Foundation Grants were announced. Among approximately 2,000 applications, 10 projects were selected in the following categories: Artists, Art and Social Commitment, Organizations and Publications.
LIGHT, DESIRE AND TIME. AARON R. TURNER IN PENUMBRA FOUNDATION
Penumbra Foundation presented Black Alchemy: Resolve (attempt #1), the first solo exhibition in New York City by the photographer Aaron R. Turner.
PÉREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI PRESENTS JOAN DIDION’S EXHIBITION
What she means, curated by Hilton Als at Pérez Art Museum, is an exhibition that portraits Joan Didion featuring over 200 works by 50 artists, including Betye Saar, Ana Mendieta, and Felix Gonzalez-Torres, among many others.
MALBA PRESENTS AN EXHIBITION ON SPIRITUALITY
The Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA) opens Luz y Fuerza (Light and Strength), an exhibition that brings together nineteen contemporary Argentinean artists whose works revolve around spirituality.
INSTITUTO INHOTIM PRESENTS GALERIA YAYOI KUSAMA
Instituto Inhotim inaugurates a new permanent gallery dedicated to Yayoi Kusama. Galeria Yayoi Kusama features two of her works: I’m here, but nothing (2000) and Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity (2009), both belonging to the Instituto Inhotim Collection.
NAOMI RINCÓN GALLARDO PRESENTS THE TZITZIMIME TRILOGY AT LA CASA ENCENDIDA
The Tzitzimime Trilogy consists of three films: Versos de porquería (2021), Soneto de alimañas (2022), and Eclipse (2023) premiering at Casa Encendida.
ANA GALLARDO AT MAMBO: THE JULIUS BAER AWARD EXHIBITION
(Te busco en otro nombre). Bitácora guatemalteca 1987/2023 [(I'm looking for you in another name). Guatemalan Journal 1987/2023] is the winning project of the second edition of the Julius Baer Prize for Latin American women artists. The winner Ana Gallardo, together with María Us, presents the exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO).
GREEN MANIFESTO AT THE BUENOS AIRES MODERN MUSEUM
The exhibition Manifiesto verde (Green Manifesto) at the Museo Moderno de Buenos Aires takes its title from the declaration written in 1971 by artist Nicolás García Uriburu in which he expressed his desire to denounce the antagonism between nature and civilization.
RETRATISTAS DO MORRO (PORTRAITISTS OF THE HILL) AT SESC SÃO PAULO
The memories of a community narrated by the individuals who live in it. This is what visitors will discover at the exhibition Retratistas do Morro (Portraitists of the Hill), running at Sesc Pinheiros.
NEW DIGITIZATION PROJECT FOR THE CAYC FILES
The CAYC Files is the first initiative organized as an integral part of a long-term partnership between the ICAA (International Center for the Arts of the Americas) of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the New York-based ISLAA (Institute for Studies on Latin American Art).
LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN LIVERPOOL BIENNALE
The 12th edition of Liverpool Biennial ‘uMoya: The sacred Return of Lost Things’ addresses the history and temperament of the city of Liverpool and is a call for ancestral and indigenous forms of knowledge, wisdom and healing. In the isiZulu language, ‘uMoya’ means spirit, breath, air, climate and wind.
THE MICROMUSEO D'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA DELLA TUSCIA INAUGURATES IVÁN NAVARRO'S SITE-SPECIFIC WORK
The work Eccidio by Iván Navarro (Chile, 1972) will be installed from June 30, 2023 to June 30, 2024 in the Medieval Borgo of Sipicciano, Municipality of Graffignano in the Italian Province of Viterbo.
THE THYSSEN MUSEUM AND CASA DE AMERICA JOIN FORCES TO MAKE WOMEN VISIBLE
The Thyssen Museum's Vision and Presence series will be complemented with a set of lectures by Latin American women artists to be held at Casa de América.
PRIX ARS ELECTRONICA AWARDED ALBA TRIANA
Artist Alba Triana received the Prix Ars Electronica 2023 – Award of Disctinction in the category of Digital Musics & Sound Art.
EXHIBITION AT MAM SÃO PAULO REFLECTS ON WHAT IS ELEMENTARY WHEN RELATING TO OTHERS
Curated by Valquíria Prates, Mirela Estelles and Cauê Alves, the exhibit at MAM São Paulo brings more than 70 collection pieces by artists ranging from painting to intervention.
THE 2024 VENICE BIENNALE ARTE’S THEME: STRANIERI OVUNQUE / STRANGERS EVERYWHERE
The President of La Biennale di Venezia, Roberto Cicutto, and the Curator of the 60th International Art Exhibition, Adriano Pedrosa announced the title and theme of the Venice Biennale Arte 2024, which will take place from 20th April to 24th November 2024.
GABRIEL CHAILE AT HIGH LINE
The wind blows where it wishes is Gabriel Chaile’s adobe sculpture on the High Line at 24th Street.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM ANNOUNCES DARIENNE TURNER AS CURATOR OF INDIGENOUS ART
The Brooklyn Museum expands curatorial team with the appointment of Darienne Turner as the Curator of Indigenous Art.
PHOTOGRAPHY AS A WAY TO CELEBRATE DEMOCRACY
After 40 years of uninterrupted democracy in Argentina, the Kirchner Cultural Center presents Sistema de representación. Fotografía y democracia 1983-2023 (Representation System. Photography and Democracy 1983-2023), an exhibition of photographic projects that revisit Argentina's recent past and provide a better understanding of the present time. It is curated by Francisco Medail.
KBr FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE PRESENTED TINA MODOTTI’S EXHIBITION
The exhibition at KBr Fundación MAPFRE Photo Center gathers Mexican artist Tina Modotti’s work, recovering her facets as an artist/photographer and as a revolutionary/anti-fascist militant.
MEASURING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN BUENOS AIRES
In line with the Carbon Neutral 2050 Plan that brings together the main cities of the world –including Buenos Aires– the Museo de Arte Moderno measured its carbon footprint as a first step to know its environmental impact and begin to take measures to reduce it.
PABLO ATCHUGARRY'S ANTHOLOGICAL EXHIBITION AT LECCO
As a celebration of the aniversary of artist Pablo Atchugarry's first exhibition in Italy, which took place in Lecco in 1978, the municipal administration of the city pays tribute to the artist who, throughout his career, transformed the material into work of opens and brought prestige to the capital of Como.
SONORAN QUIPU. CECILIA VICUÑA’S SCULPTURE AT MOCA TUCSON
Sonoran Quipu is a sprwaling sculpture at Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson composed of natural and human debris collected by indivuals and organizations across the city.
EUROPEAN GALLERIES AND LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS AT ART BASEL 2023
Europe galleries meet Latin American artists at Art Basel: Nohemí Pérez, Ernesto Neto, Carlos Garaicoa, Alejandro Cesarco, Jesús R. Soto, Manuel Solano, Bayrol Jiménez, Paolo Salvador, Dalton Gata, Ad Minoliti, Rafa Silvares and Jorge Méndez Blake.
SIX LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS FROM US GALLERIES AT ART BASEL 2023
During Art Basel 2023, US galleries are representing Latin American artists such as Tomás Saraceno, Ernesto Neto, Belkis Ayón, Lucas Arruda, Óscar Murillo and Félix González-Torres.
LATIN AMERICAN GALLERIES AT ART BASEL 2023
Art Basel 2023 featured over 200 leading galleries and more than 4000 artists, where Latin-American galleries from Colombia, Mexico and Brazil, among other countries, participated.
TOMÁS SARACENO IN COLLABORATION: WEB(S) OF LIFE IN SERPENTINE SOUTH GALLERY
Tomás Saraceno launched in Serpentine South Gallery a living collaborative and multi-species exhibition that delves into how different life forms, technologies and energy systems are connected in the climate emergency.
LEÓN FERRARI AT BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM. A LIFE OF COMMITMENT AND SENSITIVITY
León Ferrari. Recurrencias (León Ferrari. Recurrences) is the first solo exhibition that the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes dedicates to the Argentinean artist.