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LAST DAYS TO PRESENT PINTA BAphoto 2023 PROYECTS
The 2023 edition of Pinta BAphoto will take place from September 28th to October 1st at La Rural, Pavilion 8, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The deadline for the call for artists and galleries is Friday, March 31, 2023.
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).
LINE AND VIBRATION BY JOSEFINA ROBIROSA
MACBA presents the exhibition Line and Vibration by Josefina Robirosa. It is curated by Rodrigo Alonso.
PODRÍA SER YO. PHOTOGRAPHY AS A COLLECTIVE EXPERIENCE WITH ALICIA D'AMICO
At the Museo de Bellas Artes, images by artist Alicia D'Amico are displayed in Podría ser yo (It could be me), that wereincluded in the historic essay by Elizabeth Jelin and Pablo Vila, published in 1987, on daily life in working-class neighborhoods.
BUENOS AIRES-MADRID CONNECTION AT CASA DE AMERICA
The Spanish capital presents a series of activities aimed at strengthening the ties between both cities united by their history, tourism, culture and gastronomy.
TELAS Y TEXTOS. FELICIANO CENTURIÓN IN NEW YORK’S UNIVERSITY OF FINE ARTS
Centurión’s textiles reflect his upbringing in a matriarchal Paraguayan household, and his experiences as a queer artist in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he lived for most of his life. He often incorporated historically feminized crafts such as knitting, crocheting, and embroidering.
HUMANS AND NATURE: ARE THEY PART OF THE SAME LANDSCAPE?
As a way of closing 2022 and give a way to 2023, Rolf Art, curated by Francisco Medail, presented Eso que estalla no es el sol, a group show in which several artists talk about the conjunction nature-humans.
LITORAL LANDSCAPES AT ARCOmadrid: FLORENCIA BÖHTLINGK WITH HACHE GALERÍA
For the 2023 edition of ARCOmadrid, Hache Galería presents a selection of works by Florencia Böhtlingk as part of the program Nunca lo mismo. Latin American Art. It is curated by Mariano Meyer and Manuela Moscoso.
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS AT MEDIA GALERIA
Media Galería launches a second open call for artists, curators and researchers who want to carry out projects in their space in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during 2023.
THE MESSAGE BEHIND THE INTERVENED PHOTOGRAPHS OF MARCELO BRODSKY
Foto Colectania Foundation presents the exhibition Marcelo Bordsky. Poetic Resistance, curated by Irene de Mendoza.
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.
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).
ANDREANI FOUNDATION AWARD 2023: OPEN CALL DUE DATE EXTENDED
The call for the eighth edition of the Andreani Foundation Award is open until January 30, 2023. The application is 100% virtual through the foundation's website and is aimed at artists from all over Argentina.
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.
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.
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.
THE EPHEMERAL IN THINGS - MARTINA SERVIO OLAVIDE IN 1+1
In her first solo exhibition, the artist from Córdoba moves between and beyond the limits of what can be said, from words and beyond them, with curatorship by Agustina Rinaldi.
ANTONIO SEGUÍ AT GALERIE CLAUDE BERNARD, PARIS
The Claude Bernard Gallery is dedicating an exhibition as a tribute to the master Antonio Seguí, who passed away in February at the age of 88 in Buenos Aires.
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 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.
EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN. ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA
The Bass presents El fin de la imaginación (The end of imagination), an exhibition that combines Adrián Villar Rojas work with two sculptures of Mariana Telleria.
THE GEOGRAPHY OF MEANINGS BY ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO
MALBA presents a panoramic exhibition by Anna Maria Maiolino (Scalea Italy, 1942) with more than fifty years of works that include paintings, drawings, woodcuts, sculptures, photographs, videos, sound pieces and installations in an attempt to capture the prismatic spirit of the artist.
ARGENTINE CONTEMPORARY ART AT MAC NITERÓI.
Painting as the basis and as a problem, affective bonds and forms of unlearning. These are some of the themes that outline the exhibition "A Slow Coming - Chapter I", a new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) in Niterói, Brazil.
OFFERING TO THE SUN, THE EXHIBITION OF FLORENCIA SADIR THAT EXPLORES THE GROUND AND ITS POSSIBILITES
The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires presents the first solo exhibition of the young Argentine artist Florencia Sadir.
FLORENCIA BÖHTLINGK NOMINATED IN arteBA FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, presented the nominated artist for its annual acquisition award. Florencia Böhtlingk, from HACHE Gallery, Buenos Aires, adds up to the list of selected artists. The winner will be announced at Pinta Miami during Art Week in Miami.
20 YEARS AFTER THE INAUGURATION OF CURRICULUM CERO, RUTH BENZACAR GALLERY LAUNCHES NEW CALL FOR ENTRIES
Ruth Benzacar launches a new call for entries to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Currículum Cero, the gallery's visual arts competition. The new edition focuses on proposals, with no age limits. The deadline for registration is October 31, 2022.
ROB VERF PRESENTS "VANITAS" AT THE MUSEO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES
Dutch artist Rob Verf exhibits a series of works in dialogue with paintings from the National Museum of Fine Arts’ collection to explore the impacts of waste generation, consumption and discarding.
WHAT PINTA BAphoto LEFT US IN ITS 2022 EDITION
The eighteenth edition of BAphoto ended last Sunday, held for the second consecutive year at Casa Basavilbaso. With photography as the main protagonist, more than 8,200 artists, gallery owners, curators, collectors and art lovers gathered to explore, discover and pay tribute to latinamerican photographers.