QUEER THREADS. THE TRAVELLING EXHIBITION THAT ARRIVED TO CALIFORNIA
Queer Threads is a traveling group exhibition and coffee-table book exploring contemporary lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer experiences through fiber and textile traditions. It arrived at San José Museum Quilts & Textiles from may 12th to August 20th, 2023.
A NEW GALLERY TOUR IN BUENOS AIRES CITY
On Friday, June 9, 2023 Gallery returns to explore the art circuit in the neighborhoods of Recoleta and Retiro in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Microcentro will also be added.
THE SKY AND ITS HISTORY: THE GROUP EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART OF BUENOS AIRES
The exhibition A 18 minutos del sol (At 18 Minutes from the Sun) at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires addresses astronomical observation and access to outer space as the key elements to activate a dialogue between artistic imagination and scientific exploration.
CLAUDIA ANDUJAR AND THE YANOMAMI STRUGGLE AT MUAC
Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami Struggle is the first major international retrospective at the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) dedicated to the long collaboration between Brazilian artist and activist Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami people.
MANUEL SEGADE IS THE NEW DIRECTOR OF THE REINA SOFÍA MUSEUM
Manuel Segade was elected as the new director of the Museo Reina Sofía, a position held by Manuel Borja-Villel between 2008 and 2023.
MARTÍN CHAMBI AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES IN AN EXHIBITION AT CASA DE AMERICA
The Jan Mulder Collection in collaboration with Casa de América and PHotoESPAÑA inaugurated the exhibition Martín Chambi and his Contemporaries. The Andes Photographed. The exhibition is part of the official tour of the PHotoESPAÑA2023 festival.
TWO VENEZUELAN ARTISTS AT THE MAISON DE L'AMÉRIQUE LATINE
La Maison de l'Amérique latine presents two Venezuelan artists, Milton Ceberra and Pancho Quilici in the exhibition L'outreligne (The other line). It is curated by Christin Frérot.
EVA FÀBREGAS' VISCERAL SCULPTURES
Enredos: Eva Fàbregas proposes an intuitive relationship between the artist’s sculptures and drawings and a selection of works from Centro Botín's art collection.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN PRESENTS FIRST MAJOR RETROSPECTIVE OF ARTIST ROBERT HOULE
The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., will open "Robert Houle: Red is Beautiful”.
GEGO’S EXHIBITION AT GUGGENHEIM, NEW YORK
Gego: Measuring Infinity at Guggenheim is the first major museum retrospective of the artist work to be presented in the United States since 2005. It offers a fully integrated view of the influential German-Venezuelan artist and her distinctive approach to the language of abstraction.
EXPLORING THE IDEA OF INTERCONNECTION IN CAMILA SPOSATI’S EXHIBTION AT STUTTGART
Breath Pieces is Camila Sposati’s –a Brazilian artist and researcher– first solo exhibition in Germany. The artist creates a unique experiential space that vibrates throughout the city of Stuttgart and builds on her artistic exploration over the past years.
AVAF'S IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION
AVAF began using wallpapers as a first way to occupy the exhibition space, sometimes as a way to enhance it, sometimes as a way to transform it, among several other elements that make up his immersive installations. He works with a wide range of media, including installations, painting, sculpture, tapestry, neon and wallpaper, and his trainings vary depending on the projects he undertakes.
BRAVARIA: BETWEEN EVERYDAY LIFE AND DARK FANTASIES
The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires presented the exhibition Bravaria, the first solo show of artist Sofia Torres Kosiba in a museum of the city. It is curated by Raúl Flores.
MALI 2023 ART AUCTION
The Museo de Arte de Lima presents this May 31 the 29th edition of its traditional Art Auction.
23rd BIENAL DE ARTE PAIZ IN GUATEMALA: I DRANK WORDS SUBMERGED IN DREAMS
The Guatemalan Biennale Arte Paiz will open July 13th, 2023, in Guatemala City and July 15th, 2023, in Antigua Guatemala.
AN ECOSYSTEM OF UNITED TERRITORIES. THE COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION IN CARA
Center for Art, Reserch and Alliances (CARA), presents the exhibition And we learn to keep the soil wet, gathering the practices of nine artists engaged with an ethics of intimacy and reciprocity.
THREE LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS AT MoMA
MoMA opened Chosen Memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond, an exhibition that brings together 65 works by Latin American artists who have a special interest in history.
THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM BILBAO JOINS GALLERY CLIMATE COALITION
It is the first museum in Spain to become an active member of the international community of art organizations working to reduce the environmental impact of the museum sector.
UÝRA’S HYDBRID UNIVERSES AND CREATURES
The Currier Museum of Art announces the first solo exhibition of UÝRA (they/them/their) in a US institution.
FERNANDA GALVÃO’S DYSTOPIAN LANDSCAPES
FOUNDRY SEOUL presented São Paulo-based emerging artist Fernanda Galvão in her first solo exhibition in Asia Oyster Dream.
FEDERICO CURUCHET IS THE NEW CO-DIRECTOR OF W GALLERY
With more than ten years of career working in the contemporary art world, Federico Curuchet assumes a new role as co-director of W Gallery (Buenos Aires, Argentina) / Walden Naturae (Pueblo Garzón, Uruguay).
BLANTON MUSEUM ANNOUNCES FIRST CURATOR OF LATINO ART
The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin announces the appointment of Dr. Claudia Zapata as the museum's first Associate Curator of Latino Art.
MUSEO DEL BARRIO’S AMBITIOUS RESTATEMENT ON THEIR PERMANENT COLLECTION
Museo del Barrio annouces Something Beautiful: Reframing La Colección, the museum’s most ambitious presentation of its unique, complex and culturally diverse permanent collection in over two decades.
LATIN AMERICAN ART FUSIONS WITH HISTORY AT MoMA
Chosen memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond is a mayor exhibition at MoMA that gathers approximately 65 works by Latin American artists who, over the last four decades, have looked at history as the source material for new work.
VISIONS BY ARTISTIC COLLECTIVE MAHKU AT MASP
MAHKU (Movimento dos Artistas Huni Kuin, or Huni Kuin Artists Movement), founded in 2013, is a collective of artists based between the city of Jordão and the Chico Curumim village, in the Kaxinawá (Huni Kuin) Indigenous Land of the Jordão River, state of Acre. Currently, MAHKU is one of the main players in the Brazilian contemporary art scene in general and Indigenous art in particular.
HIV NARRATIVES BY CARLOS MOTTA
Carlos Motta's Stigmata exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the Colombian artist's career, highlighting his concern for documenting the social conditions and political disputes of sexual, ethnic and gender minorities, with the intention of challenging dominant and normative discourses.
AN ECCLECTIC APPROACH TO THE IDEA OF DISSAPEARANCE
The Jamestown Arts Center announced A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall: An Intersection of Art and Science. This exhibition brings together 11 artists from all over the world.
NOSTALGIA, SYMBOLISM AND TRADITION AT MALBA
Del cielo a casa. Conexiones e intermitencias en la cultura material argentina (From Heaven to Home. Connections and Intermittences in Argentina's Material Culture) is the exhibition at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA) that brings together more than 600 pieces, including objects, works of art and documents that make up Argentina's everyday life.
A GEOMOPHOLOGICAL MAP OF THE RIVER SIL: THE EXHIBITION OF IRENE KOPELMAN
The exhibition Río Sil, lines and geometries by Irene Kopelman at the Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia, approaches the landscape of the Sil river bank reiterating a model of observation that affects the relationship between art and natural sciences.
PINTA PArC 2023 - CELEBRATING A DECADE OF DIFFUSION OF LATIN AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY ART IN PERU
The tenth edition of Pinta PArC ended last Sunday, held at the mythical Casa Prado, in Lima, Perú. An epicenter of artistic identities of the region in which more than 200 artists and cultural institutions participated.
A REFLECTION ON HOW WE RELATE TO NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY - VIDEO PROJECT & SCULPTURE GARDEN
Last two days to visit Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art! In its tenth edition, the renowned fair presents the sections Sculpture Garden, curated by Max Hernandez Calvo and Video Project, curated by Irene Gelfman.