TWO INTERCONNECTED EXHIBITIONS AT MACBA
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA) presents the exhibitions Trans Humo by Pablo La Padula and Flow Flow by Daniel Joglar.
Trans Humo by Pablo La Padula
The exhibition features installations in which one can observe the artist's work with three minimal elements: paper, glass and smoke. It proposes a journey from the informal beginnings of the use of smoke in the search for a personal grammar.
The human figure appears through self-portraits of smoke and its link with science is present with herbariums and alchemical cabinets of transilluminated glass. It is curated by Eduardo Stupía.
Flow Flow by Daniel Joglar
The artist's work is based on the genesis of space and the viewer's perception of it. The viewer is introduced to the experimentation and observation of a poetics of objects and their potentiality that have been stripped of their functionality and pose a reflection on the relationships established with them on a daily basis. Flow Flow is curated by artist Pablo La Padula.
Pablo La Padula (Buenos Aires, 1966) has a PhD and a degree in Biological Sciences from the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences, University of Buenos Aires. He conducts biological research at the Alberto Taquini Institute of Translational Medicine Research, School of Medicine (UBA-CONICET). Member of the Cultural Council of the City of Buenos Aires, Ministry of Culture of the City, 2019-2021; Academic Advisor of Contents of the Center of Art and Nature of the Museums of the National University of Tres de Febrero (MUNTREF) and of BIENALSUR. Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral professor of art, science and nature at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero and Universidad Nacional de San Martín. From 2017 to date he dictates science and art seminars for the Centro Cultural de la Ciencia del Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología de la Nación (C3-MinCyT). Curator of the MUNTREF Art and Science Center pavilion of the 2022 edition of Tecnópolis, articulating contemporary art and scientific thought through an extensive theoretical-practical educational platform open to the community. His works are part of the collections of the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Buenos Aires and the Museum of Contemporary Art of the City of Buenos Aires (MACBA), among others.
Daniel Joglar (Buenos Aires, 1966) was born in Mar del Plata, province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1966. He graduated as a Professor at the Martín Malharro School of Visual Arts (1989-93) in his hometown and completed the Guillermo Kuitca Scholarship Program (1997-99) in Buenos Aires. Among his most outstanding solo exhibitions are those developed in: Ruth Benzacar (2013-2017), Dabbah Torrejon (2001-2005- 2009), Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin (2006) and at Artists' Space in New York (2006). Throughout his career, he received grants from the Fundación Antorchas (2002) and the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (2002 and 2009), and the Elena Poggi (2004) and the Bienal Regional de Bahía Blanca (1998) awards.