AN ANTHOLOGICAL EXHIBITION BY MARÍA SILVIA CORCUERA TERÁN
Art and childhood meet in many points. One of them is the ability to transform reality into something else by reformulating it, questioning it, expanding it. This is shown in the work of Argentine artist María Silvia Corcuera Terán (Buenos Aires, 1955), which includes paintings, sculptures, textiles and reliefs, with a preeminence of objects and collage.
AMERICAS SOCIETY PRESENTS BISPO DO ROSARIO: ALL EXISTING MATERIALS ON EARTH
The first solo exhibition in the United States of the afro-brazilian artist Arthur Bispo. Co-curated by Aimé Iglesias Lukin, Ricardo Resende, and Javier Téllez, with Tie Jojima.
POLITICAL/SUBJECTIVE MAPS: ANNA BELLA GEIGER, MAGALI LARA, LEA LUBLIN AND MARGARITA PASKA
The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) presents Political/Subjective Maps: Anna Bella Geiger, Magali Lara, Lea Lublin, and Margarita Paksa. It will explore how these four visionary Conceptual artists have appropriated the visual language of maps to highlight entrenched power structures; mine social, political, emotional, and personal subjects; and imagine new ways of apprehending the world.
ADRIANO PEDROSA IS THE APPOINTED CURATOR OF THE VENEZIA BIENNALE ARTE 2024
The Board of La Biennale di Venezia appointed Adriano Pedrosa as Director of the Visual Arts Sector, with the specific task of curating the 60th International Art Exhibition to be held in 2024 (from April 20th to November 24th).
MARIO GIACOYA AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF VISUAL ARTS OF URUGUAY
"Giacoya" is the first solo exhibition of Floridian artist Mario Giacoya (1951) at the National Museum of Visual Arts (MNAV).
PINTA ART ANNOUNCES NEW TEAM MEMEBERS FOR 2023
Having concluded a 2022 of strong dynamics and international growth, Pinta is expanding its team with great enthusiasm and incorporating Inés Starc as Gallery & Project Manager for all fairs, and Irene Gelfman as Curator and Project Manager at Pinta Art.
HABITAT BY LUCIANA LEVINTON. THE SHOW AT MACBA
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Buenos Aires presents Habitat, a selection of works by artist Luciana Levinton that includes large canvases and unusual supports.
RETORNO SOLAR. THE MAC LIMA ART AND INNOVATION AWARD 2022
The project Retorno Solar (Solar Return) by Luis Enrique Zela-Koort, winner of the MAC Lima Art and Innovation Award 2022, proposes to return to the Sun as the representation of all that exists and has existed, witness and creative agent of the facts of the history of the Earth and of the fragment that, in this case, represents the history of humanity.
ETCÉTERAS: JIM AMARAL AT MAMBO
The Museo de Arte Moderno in Bogota presents Jim Amaral: Etcétera, an exhibition dedicated to honour the extensive career of the eclectic artist, whose practice combines drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, assemblages and printmaking.
MUSEUM OF ART AND DESIGN AT MDC PRESENTED RAFAEL DOMENECH: ESTUARY
The Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC) presents Estuary [Pavilion for MOAD], a work by Cuban American artist Rafael Domenech.
FROM ARGENTINA TO THE WORLD: MERIDIANO'S PARTICIPATION IN MIAMI ART WEEK 2022
Meridiano, the Argentine Chamber of Art Galleries, closed the year with the great participation of 15 galleries in some of the most important art fairs held in Miami: Art Basel Miami Beach, Pinta, Untitled Art and N.A.D.A.
MICHEL MAJERUS: PROGRESSIVE AESTHETICS
The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA Miami) presents Progressive Aesthetics, an exhibition by Michel Majerus wich explores de late artist’s prescient work by taking up his rich and varied interpretations of capitalism and cultural imperialism as they relate to art in American culture.
ANTHROPOCENE: THE ENVIRONMENT GROUP SHOW AT PROA
For the first time in Argentina Anthropocene is showing at PROA Foundation. A world-renowned exhibition by Canadian artists Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwall and Nicholas de Pencier.
TORONTO BIENNAL OF ART ANNOUNCES ITS CURATORSHIP TEAM FOR 2024 EDITION
Toronto Biennal of Art announced the appointment of Dominique Fontaine and Miguel A. López as co-curators to guide the exhibition’s third edition, taking place in 2024.
PUNTO DE VISTA: RODRIGO ARTEAGA'S EXHIBITION AT MAC
Curated by Carolina Castro Jorquera, Punto de vista (Point of view), Rodrigo Arteaga's exhibition, is a continuation of the artist's explorations and concerns about the way in which we perceive the beings and forms with which we coexist.
GLADYS TRIANA'S TWO SIMULTANEOUS EXHIBITIONS
The Fairfield University Art Museum and the Art Museum at the University of Saint Joseph announce the closing of the monographic exhibition Gladys Triana: A Path to Enlightenment, 1971-2021, which displays the work of Gladys Triana (b. Cuba, 1937) at these two venues simultaneously. This exhibition, which opened on September 23, 2022, marked the first collaboration between both exhibitions to provide a two-venue survey of an artist’s work.
ISABELLA SOLAR VILLASECA: MEMORY MARKETPLACE ON O-OVERGARDEN
The first major show of the multi-media artist on O-Overgarden, in which she explores her Chilean heritage.
BODY AND EARTH CONNECTED IN REGINA JOSÉ GALINDO’S SOLO EXHIBITION
PAV (Parco Arte Vivente) is presenting Tierra (Earth), the solo exhibition of guatemaltecan artista Regina José Galino. She has been investigating for over 20 years the subject of social justice through the lens of performative practives.
PUBLIC BOOK SIGNING – MANUEL MÉRIDA
Espace Meyer Zafra announced the public book signing on December 17,2022 at their gallery. From 2 pm to 6 pm, Manuel Mérida presents his first monograph, a special limited-edition with an original work integrated within the cover.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM AND INSTAGRAM ANNOUNCE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2022 BLACK VISIONARIES’ GRANTS
The Brooklyn Museum and Instagram, in collaboration with #BlackVisionaries Creative Chair Antwaun Sargent announced the ten recipients of the 2022 grant program.
MADALENA SANTOS REINBOLT AT MASP: UNA CABEZA LLENA DE PLANETAS
The exhibition Madalena Santos Reinbolt: una cabeza llena de planetas (A head full of planets) is the first solo exhibition of the Brazilian artist at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo.
RAQUEL FORNER AND HER SPATIAL WORKS TAKE THE BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM
Raquel Forner. Spatial Revelations. 1957-1987 at Museo de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires exhibits the series of paintings, drawings and engravings of the Argentine artist, dedicated to exploring the conquest of the cosmos.
PINTA MIAMI - CELEBRATION OF A 2022 WITH DIALOGUE, DYNAMICS AND SUCCESS
Pinta Miami concludes the 2022 cultural agenda with more than 14,000 visitors, 48 institutions and 28 cities present. The fair at The Hangar, Coconut Grove led to good sales and a record number of awards. Pinta closes the year with extensive ground covered and is preparing to continue growing on both sides of the Atlantic.
IF THIS WERE A BEGINNING OF INFINITY: MACBA’S HOMAGE TO MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ
María Teresa Hincapié: If This Were A Beginning of Infinity, in MACBA, is an initial attempt to organize the physical and intangible legacy of this artist, so vital to understanding present-day practices.
BREAKING REALITY BARRIERS AT UNSUPERVISED, REFIK ANADOL’S EXHIBITION AT MOMA
The Museum of Modern Art presents Refik Anadol: Unsupervised. This major installation will feature three new digital artworks by the artist using artificial intelligence to interpret and transform more than 200 years of art from MoMA’s collection.
PINTA MIAMI TRIBUTES IDES KIHLEN IN RED, BLACK AND WHITE
In its sixteenth edition, Pinta Miami pays tribute to Ides Kihlen in collaboration with the Aina Nowack / AAC gallery. Kihlen's works, exhibited both internationally and in the main Argentine museums, have sparked attention only recently but very heartily. Pinta seeks to honor this relentless artist whose rhythms and gestures express a playful intuition.
PINTA MIAMI IN ALL SHAPES AND LANGUAGES
Year after year, Pinta Miami affirms its commitment with the cultural expressions in America and Spain. This year’s Main Section, and the highlighted Design section, serve proof of this mission to offer the global public a panoramic view of what the artists in our region have to show.
FROM MONO TO DIALOGUE: SOLO-DUO AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
Curated by Oscar Roldán-Alzate, Solo-Duo is presented as an alternative to the traditional Solo Projects section, favoring contrasts and expanding the depth of dynamics and coexistence. This reinvention represents Pinta’s commitment with the historic and the contemporary, the young and the established, the local and the global.
PINTA MIAMI 2022 INAUGURATES AND BRINGS SPECIAL PROJECTS AND DEEP CHANGES INTO THE END OF YEAR
Pinta Miami inaugurates today, and within the concepts of change and processes, the Special Projects section presents works by Carlos Medina, Richard Garet, Muu Blanco and Julia Zurilla.
RECIPROCITY IN EMERGING ART – NEXT AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
Curated by Florencia Portocarrero, NEXT is a new section at Pinta Miami 2022 that functions as an innovative and inclusive platform that allows the fair's audience to discover the latest and emerging art from Latin America. The curatorial structure is based on dialogue and collaboration between galleries. As a result, in five booths, NEXT brings together ten galleries and twelve artists.
HISTORICAL TIES IN CONTEMPORARY DELIGHT AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
PINTA MIAMI IS COMING TO THE GROVE
Pinta Miami celebrates its sixteenth iteration in The Hangar, the new venue in the artistic community of Coconut Grove. The Fair presents Latin American and Spanish modern and contemporary art at geographical crossroads. During Miami Art Week, new visitors will connect with larger national and global art enthusiasts and collectors in this landmark building of singular distinction.