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TERRITORY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPLORATIONS – FUERA DE FOCO AT PINTA BAphoto
One of Pinta BAphoto's already characteristic program is Fuera de Foco (Out of Focus). Curated by Bárbara Golubick, this section highlights emerging artists’ photography from different parts of the country. This year, Remota Galería (Salta) with Clara Johnston and Matías de la Guerra and Talenta (Buenos Aires) with Coni Rosman and Juan Pablo Tristán, are exhibiting.
CURIOSITIES, HISTORY AND URBAN LIFE IN PINTA BAphoto
Pinta BAphoto 2022 celebrates its eighteenth edition and presents not only an outstanding selection of galleries but also a program that offers renowned sectors and spaces that make room for more alternative work. Among them, Pinta BAphoto prides itself with Wunderkammer, dedicated to heritage photography, and Proyecto CALLE, whose photographers and protagonists are people without housing.
PINTA BAphoto 2022 OPENS ITS DOORS AT THE SPECTACULAR CASA BASAVILBASO
Pinta BAphoto, the Latin American photography fair with the longest history can be visited from September 21 to 25. The artistic meeting, dedicated to the promotion, dissemination and marketing of photographs, as of this year is presented as part of the Pinta Art universe accompanied by EFG Wealth Management as Main Sponsor. Tickets available for Friday 23, Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September can be purchased at Ticketek.
SARA FACIO: IMAGES TO LISTEN. THE TRIBUTE ARTIST OF PINTA BAphoto 2022.
Pinta BAPhoto opens its 2022 edition with a tribute to the outstanding photographer Sara Facio. The exhibition is dedicated to her intimate life and proposes a shift in the photographer's camera: she leaves aside her work as a portraitist to look at herself. It is curated by Francisco Medail and with the collaboration of Rolf Art.
AMIA ATTACK SURVIVORS AND THEIR PORTRAITS EXHIBITED IN MIAMI
Exhibited at the Tomás Redrado gallery and entitled “Ese día” (THAT DAY), the show curated by Elio Kapszuk presents portraits taken by Argentine photographer Alejandra López. In them are survivors of the attack, including brief stories.
PINTA BAphoto INAUGURATES SPRING WITH A WONDERFUL GATHERING
Pinta BAphoto presents its 18th edition at Casa Basavilbaso, Buenos Aires. The Latin American photography fair with the longest history can be visited from September 21 to 25. The artistic meeting, dedicated to the promotion, dissemination and marketing of photographs, as of this year is presented as part of the Pinta Art universe accompanied by EFG Wealth Management as Main Sponsor. Tickets available for Friday 23, Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September can be purchased at Ticketek
RURAL INSTALLATIONS - GUILLERMO SRODEK HART IN UNGALLERY
In his first exhibition since 2019, the photographer returns to deep Buenos Aires in search of reflections of our present through a documentary and poetic reading of the past.
THE INSEPARABILITY OF ART AND POLITICAL ACTION – LEÓN FERRARI AT THE POMPIDOU
The Centre Pompidou hosts for the first time the sculptures, collages, artist's books, drawings and assemblages by the artist León Ferrari (1920-2013), considered one of the most influential in Latin America.
CARMELO ARDEN QUIN’S PAINTINGS AND TRANSFORMATIONS
Buenos Aires - The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes inaugurated the exhibition "Carmelo Arden Quin, in the plot of constructive art", which offers an overview of the Uruguayan master's production through a hundred works from different periods of his career, exhibited along with pieces by colleagues with whom he forged links and joined artists groups. Curated by Cristina Rossi and open until November 20.
“PUPILA”, A REFLECTION ON THE LOOK´S POWER
Pupila is the ambitious individual exhibition that the Argentine artist Eduardo Basualdo (Buenos Aires, 1977) has developed especially for the Modern Museum in dialogue with its director Victoria Noorthoorn, with whom he has already collaborated in the past, and especially for the Pontevedra Biennials (2006) and Lyon (2011).
LA INTERMUNDIAL HOLOBIENTE
La Intermundial Holobiente is an inter/un-disciplinary group that attempts to invent imaginative practices based on modes of thought that are more than human —that is, not anthropo-centered. Its members are Claudia Fontes, visual artist represented by the gallery, philosopher Paula Fleisner and writer Pablo M. Ruiz.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: NEW ACQUISITIONS FOR THE NATIONALGALERIE’S COLLECTION
The Hamburger Bahnhof is holding an exhibition entitled Under Construction, which will present the latest additions to the Nationalgalerie collection. The museum has been able to acquire these new objects over the past few years thanks in large part to funding from the Freunde der Nationalgalerie.
CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE AT FUNDACIÓN PROA BUENOS AIRES
Organized by Fundación Proa with the collaboration of the Estate of Christo V. Javacheff and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Atchugarry; curated by Lorenza Giovanelli. The retrospective exhibition Christo and Jeanne-Claude presents an exhaustive fundamental territory of concepts and images to appreciate the art of the second half of the twentieth century. The appropriation of public property, wrapping monuments and transforming the natural space with their interventions brings us closer to one of the most relevant trends in artistic practice.
TERESA MALUF EXHIBITS ‘404’ AT THE EMILIO CARAFFA MUSEUM IN CÓRDOBA
In Maluf's exhibition project, the language of three-dimensional works is combined with the installation format. With this in mind, and the characteristic spatial layout of Gallery 5 of the Emilio Caraffa Museum with its great heights, the works participate from their immanence in a dialogue with the circumstance.
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ORIGIN WILL BE IMPORTED BY THE ORIGIN OF THE SUBSTANCE – ARGENTINE PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
In this 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, the largest contemporary art event in the world, the artist selected to represent Argentina is Mónica Heller, who will show in the Argentine pavilion the video installation entitled The Origin of Substance Will Matter the Importance of Origin. The project, which has the curatorship of Alejo Ponce de León, was chosen among the 40 proposals that were presented in a public and open call.
MARCELO BRODSKY EXHIBITS “STAND FOR DEMOCRACY: MYANMAR”
Organized by Human Rights Art Initiative and art+château, this photographic exhibition in Zurich features artist and human rights activist Marcelo Brodsky (b. 1954, Buenos Aires, Argentina) along with video works and a performance by Ko Latt, Yadanar Win, Lily and Zoncy, who represent the new generation of Burmese artists and whose work reveal elements of Myanmar’s social, political, and cultural narrative. Curated by Giulia Busetti and Dr. Valentina Locatelli.
BORN OF INFORMALISMO: MARTA MINUJÍN AND THE NASCENT BODY OF PERFORMANCE
The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) announced the opening of Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance, curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann. The third in a series of exhibitions on Latin American modernism and its legacies, this show examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.
ROLF ART OBTAINS THE LEXUS AWARD FOR THE BEST STAND AT ARCOmadrid
Lexus, official partner of ARCOmadrid 2022, awarded for the second year the Prize for the Best Stand and Artistic Content of the edition with a prize of 10,000 euros. The purpose of the award is to highlight not only the great work that all the artists do in their galleries, but also those who stand out for their great presentation.
EIGHT ARGENTINE IN ARCO MADRID 40 (+1) ANNIVERSARY EDITION
From February 23 to 27 in pavilions 7 and 9 of IFEMA Madrid, the 40 (+1) edition of the most important international art fair on the Iberian Peninsula will take place.
"A COLLECTION, TWO LETTERS AND A METEOR" AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
On February 16th, the exhibition "Una colección, dos cartas y un meteoro" (A Collection, Two Letters and a Meteor) was inaugurated at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires) with the work of artist Cristian Segura and curatorship by art historian María Guadalupe Suasnábar. The exhibition revalues the sculpture Météore (1981) by Alicia Penalba (San Pedro, 1913-París, 1982) through an installation by Segura (Tandil, 1976) about the letters exchanged between Penalba and those responsible for the Torcuato Di Tella Institute between 1961 and 1962.
MÓNICA HELLER FOR THE ARGENTINE PAVILION AT THE 2022 VENICE BIENNIAL
Heller's proposal has been selected from more than 30 preliminary projects presented in an open call through the Argentine Foreign Ministry and consists of a multi-channel 3D animation video installation. The curator of the exhibition is Alejo Ponce de León.
THE MACA IN MANANTIALES EXHIBITS LEÓN FERRARI: ENCAPSULATED GRAPHICS
The MACA (Atchugarry Museum of Contemporary Art) hosts until mid-April the great exhibition entitled Gráfica Encapsulada (Encapsulated Graphics) by the Argentine artist León Ferrari. The show features a series of works dating back to the 1980s.
NO WALLS, BUT TRANSPARENCIES
"The ruins in their singularity are the most living thing in history, since only what has survived its destruction, what has remained in ruins, lives historically," says María Zambrano. Jorge Scrimaglio, Argentine architect, is a builder who appeals to that spirit that Kahn defined in the same sense: “you have to surround buildings with ruins”. And a building that appeals to be a ruin, with walls that are not such, that house emptiness and serve as support to a sense that extends triumphant; as a way of survival, not from what it was, but from what it did not become. Empty as absence. Making concrete a possibility not yet realized, like the life of the ruins that are indefinite and more than any other spectacle awakens in the mind of those who contemplate them the impression of an infinity.
MoMA’S COLLECTION GALLERY EXHIBITS MARTA MINUJÍN’S “MINUCODE”
The exhibition includes this piece by Argentine artist Minujín which exposes a meta-narrative of the art world and other spheres, their different agents and interrelations.
CARLOS GUINZBURG IN BUENOS AIRES: AN ODE TO SUSTAINABILITY, SCIENCE AND ART
Almost 51 years after the inauguration of an artwork that extolled communication and symbiosis between non-human living beings, science has now come to reinforce and update artistic concepts, with the reversion of an exhibition by the renowned Argentine artist Carlos Ginzburg. The conceptual and theoretical artist returned to Buenos Aires with the exhibition "MYCORHIZES: Trees communicate with each other through an ecological internet formed by the root-fungus symbiosis". The exhibition takes place within the framework of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South (BIENALSUR 2021), and can be visited at the MUNTREF Sede Hotel de Inmigrantes, kilometer 0 of the international biennial that emerged at the University of Tres de Febrero in Argentina and is held in 50 cities around the world.
PINTA UNIFIES ITS FAIRS AND EXPANDS LATIN AMERICAN ART TO THE WORLD
-With an experience of more than fifteen years bringing Latin American art to the world, we unify our art and photography fairs, and our cooperation and integration programs, under the Pinta brand; renewing our purpose of highlighting and enhancing the talent of emerging and established artists linked to the region.
CHAOS AND REALITY: LUIS FELIPE NOÉ’S “ENTREVEROS” IN BIENALSUR
The renowned Argentine artist Luis Felipe “Yuyo” Noé is also a part of BIENALSUR 2021, the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South, which emerged at Argentina’s Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero and is held in 124 venues in 24 countries around the world. The installation "Entreveros BIENALSUR / MUNTREF" can be visited in Buenos Aires, at the MUNTREF Centro de Arte Contemporáneo (at its Hotel de Inmigrantes venue), until the end of December.
THE SELF-PORTRAIT THAT BROKE RECORDS FOR FRIDA KAHLO AND EDUARDO COSTANTINI
At a Sotheby’s auction, the Argentine businessman and collector acquired Diego y yo (1949) for $ 34.8 million. Thus, the oil painting became the most expensive work in the history of Frida Kahlo, in the history of Latin American art, Mexican art and by a woman artist from the region.
BIENALSUR AT THE CCK (BUENOS AIRES): MASS CULTURE. DOMINANT HISTORICAL NARRATIONS AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS
The International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South, BIENALSUR 2021, arrives on November 10th and 17th at the Kirchner Cultural Center (CCK) with three exhibitions featuring works by almost 20 artists from America, Asia and Europe. The exhibitions analyze how information impacts on our subjectivities, and at the same time question the social, gender and ethnic inequalities that traditional historiography entails, drawing attention to the need to strengthen an ecological conscience in the face of our planet’s growing degradation.