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DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANÉ’S LANDSCAPES AT MACBA BARCELONA
Drawing upon biology and new anthropological discourses as conceptual frameworks, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s exhibition at Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) A leaf Shapes the Eye, proposes a holistic worldview in which there is no distinction between humans and their environment, and where relationships between all elements are in constant flux.
MATÍAS DUVILLE IS CASA TRIÂNGULO’S NEW REPRESENTED ARTIST
Brazilian gallery Casa Triângulo announced the representation or Argentine artist Matías Duville.
ART, ART AND MORE ART! MARTA MINUJÍN AT THE PINACOTECA OF SÃO PAULO
The exhibition Marta Minujín: Vive at the Pinacoteca de São Paulo is the first panoramic exhibition in Brazil of one of the most important Latin American artists of her generation.
MARCELO BRODSKY AT THE MUSEO JUDAICO OF SÃO PAULO
Rolf Art presented within the framework of the 35th São Paulo Biennale Choreographies of the Impossible, an anthological exhibition by Marcelo Brodsky, curated by Márcio Seligmann-Silva at the Museu Judaico de São Paulo.
SHEROANAWE HAKIHIIWE: YANOMAMI COSMOLOGY AT MASP
The exhibition All this is us by Yanomami artist Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe at MASP presented 48 works with the mission to preserve his community’s cultural value.
ME, YOU AND THE MOON. TUNGA AT MAM SÃO PAULO
For the first time ever in Brazil, the installation Eu, Você e a Lua (2015) (Me, You and the Moon) –one of the last major works completed by the artist– will be presented at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo).
LIGIA D'ANDREA: VISUAL POETRY THAT ESCAPES FROM TWO-DIMENSIONALITY (part 2)
LIGIA D'ANDREA: VISUAL POETRY THAT ESCAPES FROM TWO-DIMENSIONALITY (part 1)
THE AMAZONAS AND SOUTHEAST ASIA: A CULTURAL EXCHANGE
The exhibition How many worlds are we? Presented in The Jim Thompson Art Center explores the notion of East and West in traditional and contemporary cultural practices between Amazonas and Southeast Asia.
3RD ACT – ABDIAS NASCIMENTO AND THE MUSEUM OF BLACK ART, MESTRE DIDI AND MÔNICA VENTURA – MYSTERIES TO EMERGE
With the third act dedicated to the memory of Abdias Nascimento (1914-2011), an exhibition focused on the work of Mestre Didi (1917-2013) and a large installation by the emerging Mônica Ventura, Inhotim is consolidating an important change in the profile of its collection and in the commissioning of new works.
RETRATISTAS DO MORRO (PORTRAITISTS OF THE HILL) AT SESC SÃO PAULO
The memories of a community narrated by the individuals who live in it. This is what visitors will discover at the exhibition Retratistas do Morro (Portraitists of the Hill), running at Sesc Pinheiros.
EXHIBITION AT MAM SÃO PAULO REFLECTS ON WHAT IS ELEMENTARY WHEN RELATING TO OTHERS
Curated by Valquíria Prates, Mirela Estelles and Cauê Alves, the exhibit at MAM São Paulo brings more than 70 collection pieces by artists ranging from painting to intervention.
THE COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION AT FONTE RESIDENCY
Melodia is a collective exhibition at Fonte residency featuring a compendium of distinctively composed artworks. Through a variety of processes, techniques, and multidimensional approaches, the exhibition poses the question: What if these diverse works formed a melody?
CLAUDIA ANDUJAR AND THE YANOMAMI STRUGGLE AT MUAC
Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami Struggle is the first major international retrospective at the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) dedicated to the long collaboration between Brazilian artist and activist Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami people.
EXPLORING THE IDEA OF INTERCONNECTION IN CAMILA SPOSATI’S EXHIBTION AT STUTTGART
Breath Pieces is Camila Sposati’s –a Brazilian artist and researcher– first solo exhibition in Germany. The artist creates a unique experiential space that vibrates throughout the city of Stuttgart and builds on her artistic exploration over the past years.
AVAF'S IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION
AVAF began using wallpapers as a first way to occupy the exhibition space, sometimes as a way to enhance it, sometimes as a way to transform it, among several other elements that make up his immersive installations. He works with a wide range of media, including installations, painting, sculpture, tapestry, neon and wallpaper, and his trainings vary depending on the projects he undertakes.
UÝRA’S HYDBRID UNIVERSES AND CREATURES
The Currier Museum of Art announces the first solo exhibition of UÝRA (they/them/their) in a US institution.
FERNANDA GALVÃO’S DYSTOPIAN LANDSCAPES
FOUNDRY SEOUL presented São Paulo-based emerging artist Fernanda Galvão in her first solo exhibition in Asia Oyster Dream.
DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANÉ: ECOLOGY STUDIES
Deeply influenced by the socio-natural context of Brazil, the work of Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (Barcelona, 1977; lives and works in Rio de Janeiro) looks into ecology as a tool to analyse the relationships of mutual transformation.
JEAN TERRA NOMINATED IN SP ARTE FOR THE 2023 EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award –together with ArtNexus– presented Jean Terra, from Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), as the SP ARTE fair selected artist for its annual acquisition award.
MARCELA CANTUÁRIA: EL SUEÑO SUDAMERICANO
El sueño sudamericano es la primera exposición individual de la artista en el PAMM, en Estados Unidos. Marcela Cantuária invita al espectador a considerar la naturaleza de estos sueños.
FEROCITY AND DEFIANCE. ANTONIO HENRIQUE AT MITCHELL-INNES & NASH
Mitchell-Innes & Nash presented first solo exhibition for Brazilian artist Antonio Henrique Amaral (1935-2015). Antonio Henrique Amaral: O Discurso will feature 10 paintings ranging in date from the 1960s to the 1990s.
DESIRE, TRANCE AND SHAPPER – JONATHAS DE ANDRADE IN ‘THE WORLD IS THE THEATER OF MAN’ AND ‘POUNCE AND BOUNCE’
This is one of the unique moments of the most recent contemporary art in Brazil. The final tracking shot of Olho da Rua, a video by Jonathas de Andrade now on display at Inhotim, one of Brazil's leading visual arts centers, is one of those happy moments in which the artist manages to capture with such precision the zeitgeist of his country (in this case, on a continental scale).
INSIDE MARLI MATSUMOTO´S HOUSE/GALLERY IN VILA MADALENA, SÃO PAULO.
With the recent exhibition by Rosario López, Tapizar el Paisaje, Marli Matsumoto's gallery received and sheltered a strong artistic expression that, through apocalyptic tapestries and photographs of recent industrial history, tells the story of how the landscape is shaped, built or destroyed. In this interview, the founder of the gallery in São Paulo delves into the bases that gave life to the gallery and her interest in providing a space for young artists and experimental contemporary art.
ANALIVIA CORDEIRO: FROM BODY TO CODE
From Body to Code at ZKM (Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe) will gather, for the first time in Europe, the most representative pieces of her artistic trajectory.
JUDITH LAUAND: CONCRETE DEVIATION AT MASP
The largest exhibition ever dedicated to the work of Judith Lauand, with more than seven decades of production.
ABALOS AUSTRALIS - 13TH MERCOSUR BIENNIAL - TRAUMA, DREAM AND ESCAPE
The 13th edition of the Mercosul Biennial, anchored in the Trauma, dream and flight tripod and finished last November, had encouraging developments, especially due to the outstanding presence of emerging artists, the strong contact with the public and the resumption of powerful spaces and traditional attractions of the event, such as the Cais do Porto. However, there were problems in the organization of the exhibition, the most serious episode of which was the '(dis)invitation' of names to exhibit works, and a certain frustration with pieces that would have a technological appeal.
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.