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NEW MUSEUM ANNOUNCES CAMILO GODOY AS 2023-2024 ARTTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
The New Museum announced Camilo Godoy as its 2023–24 Artist-in-Residence. The annual Artist Residency supports an artist or collective working at the intersections of performance, pedagogy, and participatory art to develop and present new work.
AN EXHIBITION THAT CHALLENGES CONVENTIONAL VISUAL NARRATIVES AT MAMBO
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá the exhibition Viceversa will highlight the museum's collection.
THE FIBER OF TIME: A GROUP EXHIBITION AT MAP
Montenegro Art Projects (MAP) presented the group exhibition La Fibra del Tiempo (The Fiber of Time), with the participation of Adriana Barrio, Yuli Cadavid, Laura Reneé Maier, Aimé García, Melany Valdés, Ana Milena Gómez and Erika Díaz.
GALA PORRAS-KIM AT LEEUM MUSEUM OF ART
Leeum Museum of Art presents National Treasures by Gala Porras-Kim, an exhibition that explores the intricacies that arise when ancient objects, history, and modern systems intersect.
MARÍA A. IOVINO MOSCARELLA: ABOUT THE SPECIAL PROJECT "SOURCES"
María A. Iovino Moscarella has developed a recognized work in Colombian and Latin American art as a teacher, researcher, curator and advisor on cultural projects. In the 2023 edition of Pinta BAphoto, she is participating as curator of Special Project: Sources by Andrés Ramírez Gaviria.
FERNANDO BOTERO: THE END OF A LIFE OF GREAT ARTISTIC LEGACY
Renowned artist Fernando Botero died on Friday, September 15, at the age of 91 at his residence in the Principality of Monaco.
ARTISTS NOMINATED FOR THE 13TH LUIS CABALLERO AWARD
The Luis Caballero Award is back for its twelfth edition, which since 1996 has recognized the work of Colombian artists of long trajectory, becoming one of the most important incentives for the creation and circulation of art in Bogota, Colombia.
ANA GALLARDO AT MAMBO: THE JULIUS BAER AWARD EXHIBITION
(Te busco en otro nombre). Bitácora guatemalteca 1987/2023 [(I'm looking for you in another name). Guatemalan Journal 1987/2023] is the winning project of the second edition of the Julius Baer Prize for Latin American women artists. The winner Ana Gallardo, together with María Us, presents the exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO).
INTERVIEW WITH LEÓN TOVAR: TRAJECTORY AND VISION OF AN OUTSTANDING ART DEALER
León Tovar was born in Bogotá, Colombia, and is a prominent curator, expert, and collector dedicated to promoting and disseminating Latin American art worldwide. He has curated numerous exhibitions and collaborated with important international museums and galleries.
THE ARBITRARY CREATING THE NECESSARY
Mateo Lopez (b. 1978), a Colombian artist with an outstanding career, has his first solo exhibition in Lima. Pasado futurista (Futuristic Past) is the title of his exhibition, curated by Maria Wills and Julien Petit, and comes with the Miguel Urrutia Museum in Bogota's seal.
HIV NARRATIVES BY CARLOS MOTTA
Carlos Motta's Stigmata exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the Colombian artist's career, highlighting his concern for documenting the social conditions and political disputes of sexual, ethnic and gender minorities, with the intention of challenging dominant and normative discourses.
RUBY RUMIÉ: THE FALL
The Fall is the new body of work by artist Ruby Rumié conceived twelve months before the Covid-19 pandemic started. At the time the artist was reckoning the symptoms of a distressed society dedicated to a super production, consumerism and endless competition.
GALA PORRAS-KIM: A REFLECTION ON THE MEANING OF OBJECTS
Entre lapsos de historias (Between lapses of stories) is Gala Porras-Kim's exhibition at MUAC that investigates cultural artifacts and the relationship they maintain with their original functions.
QUESTIONING AND REDEMPTION IN COLOMBIAN ARTIST ROBERTO OCHOA'S INSTALLATION
Caliban. Roberto Ochoa at the Medellín Modern Art Museum.
ETCÉTERAS: JIM AMARAL AT MAMBO
The Museo de Arte Moderno in Bogota presents Jim Amaral: Etcétera, an exhibition dedicated to honour the extensive career of the eclectic artist, whose practice combines drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, assemblages and printmaking.
IF THIS WERE A BEGINNING OF INFINITY: MACBA’S HOMAGE TO MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ
María Teresa Hincapié: If This Were A Beginning of Infinity, in MACBA, is an initial attempt to organize the physical and intangible legacy of this artist, so vital to understanding present-day practices.
NOHEMÍ PÉREZ SELECTED IN ArtBo FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award, together with ArtNexus, announced Nohemí Pérez, from mor Charpentier (Paris and Bogotá), as the selected artist for the company’s annual acquisition award. The winner will be announced at Pinta Miami during Art Week in the city.
AN UNCERTAIN PLEASURE: QUESTIONING THROUGH TIME & SPACE
The exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO) in conjunction with the Cinemateca de Bogotá presents works that highlight and manifest sociopolitical questions, identity politics, the representation and fragmentation of the body, performativity and performance, globalization and diaspora.
DORIS SALCEDO’S REFUGEES HOMAGE IN PALIMPSEST
In a large-scale installation, the Foundation Beyeler presents Palimpsest by internationally acclaimed Colombian artist Doris Salcedo. The exhibition is dedicated to the refugees and migrants who over the past twenty years have died attempting dangerous journeys across the Mediterranean or the Atlantic in search of a better life in Europe.
HERRAMIENTAS: THE REVOLUTIONARY TRANSMEDIA GAMING PROTOTYPE BY ARTIST LEO CASTAÑEDA WITH OTRO INVENTARIO
Locust Projects presents Herramientas (Levels & Bosses), a transmedia gaming prototype by multimedia artist Leo Castañeda with Otro Inventario. The immersive installation invites visitors to play the videogame and enjoy the artist’s oil paintings, virtual reality experiences, sculptural gaming furniture, immersive video and more.
STITCHING THE GAP: ALEX TRIMINO’S EXHIBITION AT LOWE ART MUSEUM
The Miami-based artist Alex Trimino presents Stitching The Gap, the inaugural exhibition for the Project Room at the Lowe Art Museum curated by Lance M. Fung.
KAREN LAMASSONNE’S DESIRING LANDSCAPES IN RUIDO / NOISE, THE EXHIBITION AT SWISS INSTITUE
Ruido / Noise is the first international survey of the work of Colombian American artist Karen Lamassone. Spanning from her early years to today, the exhibit at Swiss Institute shows the artist’s commitment to portraying women as desiring subjects.
SUEÑOS ILUSTRADOS BY ÁLVARO BARRIOS: A COMBINATION OF ARTISTIC LANGUAGES
Fundación Canaria para el Desarrollo de la Pintura (FCDP) presents for the first time, an exhibition by the Colombian artist Álvaro Barros in the Canary Islands. Barros' work is a fusion of different expressions and traditional modern art techniques placed at the service of conceptual art.
CARLOS MOTTA PRESENTS YOUR MONSTERS, OUR IDOLS IN WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Colombian Artist Carlos Motta is presenting his largest exhibition in the US to date. Your Monsters, Our Idols celebrates commitment to radical difference and the debut of his Wex-commissioned project.
MEDELLÍN - FIRST MUSEUM RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ
The Museum of Modern Art of Medellín (MAMM) exhibits María Teresa Hincapié. Si este fuera un principio de infinito (María Teresa Hincapié. If this were a principle of infinity), the first institutional exhibition dedicated to the practice of Colombian artist María Teresa Hincapié (Armenia, 1954 – Bogotá, 2008). A pioneer in Colombia and Latin America, Hincapié had a very particular definition of the performative discipline that she used to call “training” and which resisted any specific categorization; rather, it oscillated between life, creation in motion and the search for the sacred.
CECILIA VICUÑA. SEEHEARING THE ENLIGHTENED FAILURE
The Miguel Urrutia Art Museum of the Banco de la República presents the exhibition Veroír el fracaso iluminado (Seehearing the Enlightened Failure), a retrospective that brings together more than 100 works by the Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña, whose work addresses issues such as the environment, feminism, human rights humans, decolonization and the relationship between art and politics. The exhibition, curated by Miguel López, one of the most outstanding curators on the current Latin American art scene, arrives in Colombia thanks to the collaboration between the Kunstinstituut Melly (Rotterdam) and the Banco de la República.
CATALINA LOZANO APPOINTED CHIEF CURATOR OF THE ARTIUM MUSEOA
In this position within The Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basque Country, Lozano will work closely with the Collection Department and the Museum's director.
IVÁN ARGOTE WINS LAND ART COMMISSION IN DUBLIN
Sculpture Dublin announced Iván Argote as the winner of the St. Anne's Park land art commission.
TREMOR: SANDRA RENGIFO EXPLORES THE NOTIONS OF BODY, MATERIALITY AND LABOR AT CASA HOFFMANN
TREMOR collects and revisits the reflections on painting, cinematographic noema and experimental video that Sandra Rengifo started in 2016 with the work Los Lirios del Campo y las Aves del Cielo. It is a kind of "synthetic Neo-romanticism" that gathers the premises of existentialism, the process of the everyday, the revisiting of the past and thinking about the present: carrying bodies, diseased bodies, caring bodies, bodies suffering from inclement weather.
MONTENEGRO ART PROJECTS (MAP) OPENS A NEW SPACE IN BOGOTÁ WITH “SILENT THREADS”
The thread is the element that stars in this exhibition, increasingly relevant in contemporary art. It is silent because of its "designation" as a material for women, reflected in techniques such as weaving, embroidery and sewing. The exhibition highlights these traditional activities and shows how artists from Nigeria, Argentina, Cuba, the United States and Colombia coincide in the use of thread and collage in their works. The exhibition is curated by Los Angeles-based design specialist Liliana Becerra and the MAP team (Ana Lucía Arbeláez, art historian, and Sandra Montenegro, director).