HUMANITY IS NOT A COMPLETED PROJECT: JIMMIE DURHAM’S RETROSPECTIVE
The exhibition presented by the Madre Museum is the first retrospective after his death in late 2021, and features over 150 works, some never previously exhibited.
ARTISTS ARE NOT ONLY ARTISTS: GROUP SHOW IN BLANTON MUSEUM
This exhibition illuminates how day jobs can spur creative growth by providing artists with unexpected new materials and methods, working knowledge of a specific industry that becomes an area of artistic interest or critique, or a predictable structure that opens space for unpredictable ideas.
ART, CULTURE AND ENCOUNTER. SP–ARTE’S 19TH EDITION
SP–Arte 2023 will feature more than 150 exhibitors and an expansion of the design sector. From March 29 to April 2, the Biennial Pavilion welcomes national and international art galleries, design studios, publishers, cultural institutions and independent spaces.
SER PALLAY: THE COLLABORATIVE TEXTILE PROJECT
Ser Pallay is a textile project that revolves around the creation of kunan pallaykuna (contemporary Andean textile iconography) and is the result of a collaboration between textile artists María José Murillo and Verovcha.
MARCELO BRODSKY'S LA CLASE ENTERS THE MUSEO NACIONAL CENTRO DE ARTE REINA SOFÍA
Rolf Art announces the institutional acquisition by the MUSEO NACIONAL CENTRO DE ARTE REINA SOFIA (MNCARS) of the work La Clase, 1st year, 6th division, from the series Buena Memoria by Marcelo Brodsky (b.1954, Buenos Aires, Argentina).
THE EXHIBITION AND HOSTING OF THE BLACK MUSEUM HONOURING BRAZILIAN ARTIST ABDIAS NASCIMENTO
Co-organized with IPEAFRO, Inhotim features Third act: Sortilege (Black Mystery) an exhibition with more than 180 works, including documents, books, and artworks by Abdias Nascimento.
ADRIANO PEDROSA WILL RECEIVE THE 2023 AUDREY IRMAS AWARD FOR CURATORIAL EXCELLENCE
The Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard) announced that Adriano Pedrosa, Artistic Director of Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP), will receive the 2023 Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence.
MOTHERS PLANTS AND WOMEN FIGHTERS. VISIONS FROM CANTAGALLO
This exhibition at MAC Lima is the result of an invitation to Olinda Silvano [Reshinjabe] and the women's collective Non Shinanbo (Our Inspirations) to rethink and represent the last two years of health, social and political crisis from their concerns, urgencies and desires.
FEROCITY AND DEFIANCE. ANTONIO HENRIQUE AT MITCHELL-INNES & NASH
Mitchell-Innes & Nash presented first solo exhibition for Brazilian artist Antonio Henrique Amaral (1935-2015). Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso will feature 10 paintings ranging in date from the 1960s to the 1990s.
LINE AND VIBRATION BY JOSEFINA ROBIROSA
MACBA presents the exhibition Line and Vibration by Josefina Robirosa. It is curated by Rodrigo Alonso.
THE DESIGN OF CARTIER: A LIVING LEGACY
Museo Jumex presents The Design of Cartier: A Living Legacy, an exhibition that traces the history of the Maison through a selection of its most iconic jewelry.
ANASTASIA SAMOYLOVA: IMAGE CITIES
The exhibition Image Cities by the photographer Anastasia Samoylova is the culmination of the first edition of the KBr Photo Award launched by Fundación MAPFRE in 2021.
LOVE IS CALLING: YAYOI KUSAMA AT PAMM
Pérez Art Museum Miami presents Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING, the most immersive and kaleidoscopic of the artist’s renowned Infinity Mirror Rooms.
RUBY RUMIÉ: THE FALL
The Fall is the new body of work by artist Ruby Rumié conceived twelve months before the Covid-19 pandemic started. At the time the artist was reckoning the symptoms of a distressed society dedicated to a super production, consumerism and endless competition.
FRANCIS ALŸS: CHILDREN'S GAMES. ARCHIVES FROM 1999-2022
Since 1999, Alÿs has been producing videos documenting the games traditionally played by children in streets and backyards around the world.
LEONORA CARRINGTON’S INFINITE PORTAL
Fundación MAPFRE presents Leonora Carrington in Revelación, an exhibition that aims to pay tribute to her and to make her work known. This is the first exhibition of the artist in Spain.
SARAH CROWNER. SERPENTEAR: READINGS BETWEEN THE ANCIENT AND THE MODERN
The Museo Amparo presents Sarah Crowner's exhibition Serpentear: Readings between the ancient and the modern, which proposes a dialogue between the artist's work and the museum.
PODRÍA SER YO. PHOTOGRAPHY AS A COLLECTIVE EXPERIENCE WITH ALICIA D'AMICO
At the Museo de Bellas Artes, images by artist Alicia D'Amico are displayed in Podría ser yo (It could be me), that wereincluded in the historic essay by Elizabeth Jelin and Pablo Vila, published in 1987, on daily life in working-class neighborhoods.
BUENOS AIRES-MADRID CONNECTION AT CASA DE AMERICA
The Spanish capital presents a series of activities aimed at strengthening the ties between both cities united by their history, tourism, culture and gastronomy.
BEATRIZ SANTIAGO MUÑOZ: ORIANA
argos Center for Audiovisual Arts presents Oriana, the first solo exhibition in Belgium by Puerto Rican artist Beatriz Santiago Muñoz.
LUCIAN FREUD. NEW PERSPECTIVES IN LONDON AND MADRID
The Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, in collaboration with the National Gallery of London, presents a retrospective dedicated to the British painter Lucian Freud (1922-2011), on the occasion of the centenary of his birth.
TELAS Y TEXTOS. FELICIANO CENTURIÓN IN NEW YORK’S UNIVERSITY OF FINE ARTS
Centurión’s textiles reflect his upbringing in a matriarchal Paraguayan household, and his experiences as a queer artist in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he lived for most of his life. He often incorporated historically feminized crafts such as knitting, crocheting, and embroidering.
WHAT ARCOmadrid LEFT US IN ITS 2023 EDITION
ARCOmadrid ended its 2023 edition with a strong presence of Latin American galleries and artists, more than 93,000 visitors, and works that move and challenge.
LITORAL LANDSCAPES AT ARCOmadrid: FLORENCIA BÖHTLINGK WITH HACHE GALERÍA
For the 2023 edition of ARCOmadrid, Hache Galería presents a selection of works by Florencia Böhtlingk as part of the program Nunca lo mismo. Latin American Art. It is curated by Mariano Meyer and Manuela Moscoso.
AN ACT OF SEEING THAT UNFOLDS
The Reina Sofia Museum of Art proposes an approach to the Susana and Ricardo Steinbruch Collection with the exhibition Un acto de ver que se despliega (An act of seeing that unfolds).
GALA PORRAS-KIM: A REFLECTION ON THE MEANING OF OBJECTS
Entre lapsos de historias (Between lapses of stories) is Gala Porras-Kim's exhibition at MUAC that investigates cultural artifacts and the relationship they maintain with their original functions.
ARCOmadrid 2023: THE MEETING POINT BETWEEN EUROPE AND LATIN AMERICA.
A total of 211 galleries from 36 countries are participating in the Spanish fair from February 22nd to 26th. Latin American art is present with 11 galleries.
THE MESSAGE BEHIND THE INTERVENED PHOTOGRAPHS OF MARCELO BRODSKY
Foto Colectania Foundation presents the exhibition Marcelo Bordsky. Poetic Resistance, curated by Irene de Mendoza.
A BUTTERFLY FLYING ACROSS THE AMERICAN CONTINENT
Reynier Leyva Novo: Methuselah exhibited in El Museo del Barrio, reproduces through digital artwork the 6000-mile transnational migratory journey of a single monarch butterfly.
SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND SOLUTIONS THROUGH ART
SITE Santa Fe presents DIRECT ACTION, a new solo exhibition by Pedro Reyes, in which the artist explores art as activism through a selection of sculptures, prints, performance, and a newly commissioned video work.
DORA GARCÍA: SHE HAS MANY NAMES
The exhibition She Has Many Names in Musesum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (M HKA) surveys some of the most important performances, drawings, installations, printed matter and films created throughout the artist’s three-decades career.