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.
AMAZON COSMOLOGY IN PERU'S CONTEMPORARY ART – THE AMAZONÍA SECTION AT PINTA PArC
In its tenth edition, Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art presented the Amazonía section, which exhibits renowned artists from native communities and is curated by Gredna Landolt.
EXPLORING PERCEPTION AS A GROUP
MAD Museo de Minerales Andrés del Castillo, presents Grados Conjuntos (Joint Degrees), a group exhibition by Melissa Dupont, Gianna Pollarolo and Michelle Prazak under the curatorship of GBG ARTS.
NEXT AT PINTA PArC: YOUNG EMERGING ARTISTS FROM LATIN AMERICA
Curated by Florencia Portocarrero, the NEXT section at Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art, proposes the visualization of emerging galleries that were selected for their relevance within the contemporary scene of their regions.
MODERN LEGACY FROM THE LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE - MAIN SECTION AND SOLO DUO AT PINTA PArC
Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art inaugurated its tenth edition. A unique opportunity to discover and explore contemporary art proposals from around the world and, especially, innovative initiatives from the region.
DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANÉ: ECOLOGY STUDIES
Deeply influenced by the socio-natural context of Brazil, the work of Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (Barcelona, 1977; lives and works in Rio de Janeiro) looks into ecology as a tool to analyse the relationships of mutual transformation.
A JOURNEY THROUGH THE WORK OF LILIANA PORTER
Les Abattoirs presents the first retrospective in France of Liliana Porter (born in Argentina in 1941, living in New York since 1964). With approximately one hundred works on display, the exhibition takes the viewer on a voyage through her art.
EMILIO MARTINEZ’S DIALOGUES WITH VAN GOGH AND LAUTREC
Emilio Martinez’s first solo museum exhibition Van Gogh, Lautrec, and me in NSU Art Museum. Curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Director and Chief Curator of the Museum.
ONE MILLION GERMAN PASSPORTS ON ALFREDO JAAR’S INSTALLATION
In Pinakothek der Moderne, the Chilean-born and New York-based architect who makes art—as Alfredo Jaar refers to himself— explores complex sociopolitical issues, bringing to the fore the ethics of representation.
JEAN TERRA NOMINATED IN SP ARTE FOR THE 2023 EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award –together with ArtNexus– presented Jean Terra, from Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), as the SP ARTE fair selected artist for its annual acquisition award.
ISHMAEL RANDALL-WEEKS’ LABORATORY OF FORMS
Curated by Miguel A. López, ICPNA inaugurates the exhibition ISHMAEL RANDALL WEEKS: 20 years. We metallize our memories.
MARCELA CANTUÁRIA: EL SUEÑO SUDAMERICANO
El sueño sudamericano es la primera exposición individual de la artista en el PAMM, en Estados Unidos. Marcela Cantuária invita al espectador a considerar la naturaleza de estos sueños.
PICASSO IN THE MUSEUM OF FINE ART’S PATRIMONY
The exhibition presents more than thirty works by the Spanish artist preserved in the institutional collection, commemorating the 50th anniversary of his death.
GABRIEL KURI IN ARANYA ART CENTER
Aranya Art Center presented the first museum exhibition in China by Gabriel Kuri, the Mexican-born and Brussels-based artist. The exhibition assembles nearly thirty works made between 1999-2023.
LIAM YOUNG AND HIS IMAGINARY WORLDS
The Museo de Arte de Lima together with Fundación Telefónica Movistar presents the new exhibition Liam Young. Building Worlds.
RAFAEL SORIANO’S RETROSPECTIVE. THE ARTIST AS A MYSTIC
The exhibition at Casa América presents the work of Cuban painter Rafael Soriano (1920-1915), a recognized master of geometric abstraction and a figure of global transcendence in the art world of the twentieth century.
TRIBUTE TO ARTIST OWSALDO VIGAS BY HIS SON LORENZO
The Boca Raton Museum of Art exhibits Paintings between Latin America, Africa and Europe by artist Oswaldo Vigas (1923-2014).
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.