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SAYING GOODBYE TO ROSA DE LA CRUZ: THE HEART BEHIND THE MIAMI ART SCENE
The great art collector Rosa de la Cruz passed away at the age of 81 at her home in Miami and left a great legacy in the city's art and cultural scene.
FIGURATION AND CONCEPTUALISM IN CRAIG ROBINS COLLECTION
The Craig Robins Collection in Miami is comprised of over 1300 pieces of contemporary art and innovative design, and exhibited within the Dacra headquarters in the Miami Design District. The 2023-2024 exhibition is titled A Train of Thoughts, focusing on two core subgroups from the collection holdings: figuration and conceptualism.
A COLLECTIVE EXPLORATION ON TEXTILE TRADITION
To Weave the Sky: Textile Abstractions al Espacio 23 celebrates numerous textile-based works from the Pérez collection –many of which have never been publicly exhibited before – and engages these acquisitions as focal points from which to structure creative dialogues with artworks presented in other mediums.
MASP LANDMANN LONG-TERM LOAN – PRE-COLUMBIAN CERAMICS AND METALS
The museum inaugurated the second of two exhibitions devoted to MASP Landmann long-term loan, with 906 pieces brought to the Museum in 2016, remaining until 2026.
eDigital.ART IS THE NEW NFT INITIATIVE THAT CONNECTS COLLECTORS TO WORKS OF LEADING LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS
A new NFT initiative connects artists represented by the renowned Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection with collectors. eDigital.ART launches an inaugural collection NFTarot with works from Glenda León and Gustavo Pérez Monzón.
PLURAL DOMAINS: AN EXHIBITION WITH SELECTED PIECES FROM THE CISNEROS FONTANALS ART FOUNDATION’S COLLECTION
The Museo de Arte de Zapopan presents selected works from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) to explore -and question- the ways contemporary Latin American art and its main exponents are conceived.
'INHOTIM IS ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE,' SAYS JULIETA GONZÁLEZ
An institution that is more attentive and permeable to public debate, that has its own collection as a living witness to the changes. This could be one of the guiding axes of the work of the Venezuelan Julieta González at the head of the artistic direction of Inhotim, one of the main centers of contemporary art in Brazil and one of the most inspiring open-air museums in the world.
BERLIN - “CHURCH FOR SALE” EXPOSES THE VIOLENCE OF POLITICS AND THE POETICS OF COMMUNITY
On its 25th anniversary, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin shows important works from the Nationalgalerie Collection and the Haubrok Collection. A spacious architectural design was developed in the museum’s Historical Hall especially for the occasion. Highlighted among the works are those by Alfredo Jaar and Ruben Ochoa.
JAN MULDER COLLECTION EXHIBITS ‘MARTÍN CHAMBI AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES’
The Jan Mulder Collection, in collaboration with the Foto Colectania Foundation in Barcelona, presents for the first time in Europe "Martín Chambi and his Contemporaries. The Andes Photographed", an exhibition with original photographs by Martín Chambi and 15 other Peruvian and foreign photographers who have traveled through the southern Peruvian Andes during the period of Chambi's activity.
CIFO COLLECTION EXHIBITS “PLURAL DOMAINS” IN FLORIDA, US.
The exhibition with selected works from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Collection (CIFO) reflects on both the multidisciplinary practices of Latin American contemporary art and on its diversity as a conceptual frame that is inclusive of a carried universe of voices. It comprises 31 established, mid-career, and emerging artists from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela, and features works of art in multiple media, including painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, video, as well as large-scale multimedia installations. Having debuted at the Cuenca Biennial in 2018, this is the first time this exhibition is presented at an arts institution in the United States.
THE LATEST ACQUISITIONS OF EDUARDO COSTANTINI
Eduardo F. Costantini adds key pieces of Latin American art to his collection, setting Wilfredo Lam and Remedios Varo records for the highest price in the first auction broadcast live from Sotheby's, adding to the 21 central works of Latin American art he acquired in the last year with an investment of more than 25 million dollars, most of which belonged to private collections and will be publicly exhibited again after 30 years.
SIGNS, ABSTRACTIONS & METAPHORS AT THE JUAN CARLOS MALDONADO ART COLLECTION
Curated by Ariel Jiménez, this exhibition is where abstract-geometrical and concrete artists such as Lygia Clark and Tomás Maldonado engage in dialogue with those of artists who, while bordering abstraction, or even clearly abstract in nature, such as Julio Alpuy, Martín Blaszko and César Pasternosto, still bestow their works with a metaphorical and/or symbolic dimension that they consider to be essential. It is also an opportunity to discuss concepts that are not always well-comprehended, such as the difference between geometric abstraction and concrete abstraction, or between works that, while geometric, can work in a radically different manner; some with the plastic autonomy sought by the concrete artist, and others integrating a metaphoric dimension that many Latin American artists consider to be fundamental in maintaining the ties that bind them to the history of the continent.
ARCO FOUNDATION’S "A" AWARDS FOR COLLECTORS
The Maria and Armando Cabral Collection, the Eulogio Sánchez Collection and the "la Caixa" Foundation Contemporary Art Collection have been awarded on this occasion for their artistic value and work in supporting the dissemination of contemporary art.
IN REAL TIME. THE RAFAEL TOUS COLLECTION OF CONCEPTUAL ART
The Rafael Tous Collection, donated to MACBA (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona) just one year ago, is the portrait of a moment and specific artistic practices. A passionate collector linked to the textile world, Rafael Tous opted for conceptual art as a set of plural practices that prioritized the idea and the process over the object. Without speculative intention and in an intuitive way, Tous set up a collection that brings together the attitudes and experimental works of a group of artists with whom, in many cases, he established bonds of friendship, in addition to accompanying them in their artistic growth. Exhibition curated by: Antònia Maria Perelló, curator and head of the MACBA Collection, and Claudia Segura, curator of exhibitions and Collection.