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WALTER BARRIOS AND NICOLÁS TROMBETTA JOIN TOGETHER IN AN EXHIBITION IN MAR DEL PLATA
La arquitectura de los peces y el perfume del error (The architecture of fish and the perfume of error) is the photography exhibition of Walter Barrios and Nicolás Trombetta at the Museo Municipal de Arte Juan Carlos Castagnino, in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
arteba 2023: A PROLIFIC EDITION IN VISITORS AND SALES
For the second time at the Costa Salguero Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the arteba Foundation held a new edition of its contemporary art fair, where artists, gallery owners, collectors, curators, cultural referents and a massive public attracted by a renewed proposal converged.
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.
VALENTIN DEMARCO GETS INTO MALBA COLLECTION
Thanks to a private donation, the video Cebame (2019) and the installation Panoplia de mates culeros (2022) by artist Valentín Demarco entered the museum’s collection.
THE CRISIS AS A STARTING POINT
Cien caminos en un solo día (One Hundred Roads in a Single Day) is the group exhibition staged by Luciana Lamothe at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires.
ART WEEK 2023 ARRIVES IN BUENOS AIRES
From August 27 to September 3, 2023, the fourth edition of Art Week will take place with more than 100 activities to enjoy throughout the city of Buenos Aires and 8 new works to discover in public spaces.
AMANCIO WILLIAMS IN THE CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURE
The Argentine architecture Amancio Williams was chosen for the iteration of Canadian Centre for Architecture’s Out of the Box exhibition series.
MARTÍN REYNA PRESENTED FLUIDES AT GALERIE BESSIERE, PARIS
The experience of visiting the exhibition of Martín Reyna (Buenos Aires, Argentina) at the galerie Bessiere called Fluides is truly captivating. To achieve this, the artist took full advantage of the topographical qualities of the exhibition space. Fluides is an installation that maps the artist's work including a selection of paintings, many of them in large format on paper as the main support.
PINTA Sud ASU 2023 – A DIALOGUE WITH AIMÉ IGLESIAS LUKIN
Aimé Iglesias Lukin is an art historian and curator. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, she has been living in New York since 2011. She earned her PhD in art history from Rutgers University with a dissertation titled "This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York 1965–1975," which became an exhibition at Americas Society in 2021. Her writings have been featured at international conferences and published by prestigious museums and academic journals, including the New Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim Museum.
MALBA PRESENTS AN EXHIBITION ON SPIRITUALITY
The Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA) opens Luz y Fuerza (Light and Strength), an exhibition that brings together nineteen contemporary Argentinean artists whose works revolve around spirituality.
GREEN MANIFESTO AT THE BUENOS AIRES MODERN MUSEUM
The exhibition Manifiesto verde (Green Manifesto) at the Museo Moderno de Buenos Aires takes its title from the declaration written in 1971 by artist Nicolás García Uriburu in which he expressed his desire to denounce the antagonism between nature and civilization.
NEW DIGITIZATION PROJECT FOR THE CAYC FILES
The CAYC Files is the first initiative organized as an integral part of a long-term partnership between the ICAA (International Center for the Arts of the Americas) of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the New York-based ISLAA (Institute for Studies on Latin American Art).
GABRIEL CHAILE AT HIGH LINE
The wind blows where it wishes is Gabriel Chaile’s adobe sculpture on the High Line at 24th Street.
PHOTOGRAPHY AS A WAY TO CELEBRATE DEMOCRACY
After 40 years of uninterrupted democracy in Argentina, the Kirchner Cultural Center presents Sistema de representación. Fotografía y democracia 1983-2023 (Representation System. Photography and Democracy 1983-2023), an exhibition of photographic projects that revisit Argentina's recent past and provide a better understanding of the present time. It is curated by Francisco Medail.
MEASURING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN BUENOS AIRES
In line with the Carbon Neutral 2050 Plan that brings together the main cities of the world –including Buenos Aires– the Museo de Arte Moderno measured its carbon footprint as a first step to know its environmental impact and begin to take measures to reduce it.
OPEN CALL FOR GRUPO CHOMER AWARD IN ALLIANCE WITH MERIDIANO
The call for the Chomer Award together with Meridiano opened. An unpublished work will be selected to be part of the Selene building in La Lucila. Deadline to apply: June 30.
TOMÁS SARACENO IN COLLABORATION: WEB(S) OF LIFE IN SERPENTINE SOUTH GALLERY
Tomás Saraceno launched in Serpentine South Gallery a living collaborative and multi-species exhibition that delves into how different life forms, technologies and energy systems are connected in the climate emergency.
LEÓN FERRARI AT BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM. A LIFE OF COMMITMENT AND SENSITIVITY
León Ferrari. Recurrencias (León Ferrari. Recurrences) is the first solo exhibition that the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes dedicates to the Argentinean artist.
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.
OPEN CALL FOR THE XVI ARGENTINA'S NATIONAL CENTRAL BANK PAINTING AWARD
A new call for the Central Bank National Painting Award from Argentina opened. The deadline to apply is July 15, 2023.
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.
CANVASES THAT SPEAK
The exhibition Claro que sí (Of course it is) by Mariana Ferrari (1975, Tucumán, Argentina) is on display at Tomás Redrado Art.
GOLDEN PRISM. WEALTH AS A TRAP
Fundación PROA presented a reflection on the myth of "El Dorado" in the American continent, with a selection of works by artists from different countries and times to rethink the impact and meaning of one of the most influential legends in history.
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).
OPEN CALL FOR GRANTS AT FUNDACIÓN AMA AMOEDO
Fundación Ama Amoedo announces the call for the Grants Fundación Ama Amoedo. With the aim of providing resources and opportunities for the strengthening of the art ecosystem and its institutions, a total of 100,000 USD will be divided into 10 grants of 10,000 USD. Deadline to apply: May 15th, 2023.
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.
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.
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.