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ARCOmadrid 2023: THE MEETING POINT BETWEEN EUROPE AND LATIN AMERICA.
A total of 211 galleries from 36 countries are participating in the Spanish fair from February 22nd to 26th. Latin American art is present with 11 galleries.
OPEN CALL FOR 2023 CHALOTTENBORG EXHIBITION
For the 166th time the Charlottenborg Foundation invites everyone to apply to the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, Denmark. Deadline to apply December 22nd.
PINTA MIAMI - CELEBRATION OF A 2022 WITH DIALOGUE, DYNAMICS AND SUCCESS
Pinta Miami concludes the 2022 cultural agenda with more than 14,000 visitors, 48 institutions and 28 cities present. The fair at The Hangar, Coconut Grove led to good sales and a record number of awards. Pinta closes the year with extensive ground covered and is preparing to continue growing on both sides of the Atlantic.
PINTA MIAMI 2022 INAUGURATES AND BRINGS SPECIAL PROJECTS AND DEEP CHANGES INTO THE END OF YEAR
Pinta Miami inaugurates today, and within the concepts of change and processes, the Special Projects section presents works by Carlos Medina, Richard Garet, Muu Blanco and Julia Zurilla.
RECIPROCITY IN EMERGING ART – NEXT AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
Curated by Florencia Portocarrero, NEXT is a new section at Pinta Miami 2022 that functions as an innovative and inclusive platform that allows the fair's audience to discover the latest and emerging art from Latin America. The curatorial structure is based on dialogue and collaboration between galleries. As a result, in five booths, NEXT brings together ten galleries and twelve artists.
HISTORICAL TIES IN CONTEMPORARY DELIGHT AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
PINTA MIAMI IS COMING TO THE GROVE
Pinta Miami celebrates its sixteenth iteration in The Hangar, the new venue in the artistic community of Coconut Grove. The Fair presents Latin American and Spanish modern and contemporary art at geographical crossroads. During Miami Art Week, new visitors will connect with larger national and global art enthusiasts and collectors in this landmark building of singular distinction.
NEW FRONTIERS AND INITIATIVES BY PINTA MIAMI 2022
Pinta comes to The Grove! 48 art institutions - 28 cities - 17 countries
GABRIELA AYZA ASCHMANN: HER CALL TOWARDS WILD (LIGHT)
The Spanish-German artist Gabriela Ayza Aschmann (Cologne, Germany, 1991) presents in Tomas Redrado Art a series of paintings created in 2022, as an experience of inquiry into the expanded borders of portraiture that strengthens her. It is a sustained practice that she carries out advancing against the background of the history of the avant-garde, but above all she acts as if she were tearing pages from her own life, to add them to art.
SLEEPING EMBAR - 37TH PANORAMA OF BRAZILIAN ART
Somewhat fused forms, in a dismantling that seems continuous, signaling a kind of tired geometry. The banal brilliance of a chromatic automotive cover in what could have been the label of a crumbling and volatile language typical of large urban agglomerations, in a tenuous cross between street art and graffiti.
BEYOND BAROQUE: CONTEMPORARY ART AT THE SCHLOSS WALDEGG
For the third consecutive year, the Berne-based non-profit organisation art+château its next exhibition of contemporary art in an historic castle. Open until September 25th, Beyond Baroque is curated by Dr. Valentina Locatelli, with the assistance of Giulia Busetti.
13 BRAZILIAN ARTISTS EXHIBIT IN FRAMER FRAMED, AMSTERDAM
Framer Framed in Amsterdam exhibits The Silence of Tired Tongues. Curated by Raphael Fonseca, the show presents the works of thirteen emerging artists born in Brazil. The artworks in the group exhibition bring together a sense of ‘saudade’, which can be translated as a mixture of melancholy and longing.
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.
AL DÍA (WITH ART)
I ask myself what it means to be Al día (up to date) with art, when it has already been decreed that we live in posthistory and that the present is now postpresent. The question I propose is not theoretical, but of a practical nature, since many decisions depend on its answer: which exhibitions to visit? what works to see? which artists to recommend? With these initial questions come others, also important, although not easy to answer: how much information is needed to be up to date? where can you get up-to-date information? Who has the news of the day?
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.
‘EL CHICO' LABORATORY OF THE NEW GENERATION - INTERVIEW WITH JAVIER APARICIO
Located on the border between La Latina and Embajadores neighbourhoods, inside a 60’s trade complex, El Chico is one of the main spaces of the emerging scene that is occupying Madrid’s centre. Space is just a general and practical nomenclature. Founder and director Javier Aparicio (Mexico 1985) explains that the limits of this project are not that important, but if we insist on defining it: "El Chico is, for now, a Podcast with a space," he explains. "The podcast has become an approximation tool for visitors.”
PEPE MAR AT THE DAVID CASTILLO GALLERY
Pepe Mar is a cognoscente of materiality at the forefront of social fluency and personal obsession. Mar excavates the ritual narratives inherent in secondhand stores, science fiction, celebrity, commercial design, and social media to create abstract and anthropomorphic barometers of contemporary culture. The artist’s work, available at the David Castillo Gallery, is committed to a personal and universal exploration of cultural alienation.
ADRIANA VAREJÃO: SUTURES, FISSURES, RUINS
Pinacoteca de São Paulo presents Adriana Varejão: Sutures, Fissures, Ruins, a retrospective exhibition by Adriana Varejão (Rio de Janeiro, 1964). Curated by Jochen Volz, the museum’s general director, the show proposes a narrative that highlights the diversity and complexity of her production.
TERESA LANCETA: WEAVING AS OPEN SOURCE
The exhibition Teresa Lanceta: Weaving as Open Source traces the artist's trajectory from the 1970s through to the present day and includes a broad selection of tapestries, weavings, fabrics, drawings, photographs and videos, offering the most comprehensive overview of her work to date. The exhibition traces a narrative through various series of projects with the aim of identifying Lanceta's voice, and presents works that poetically question concepts formerly considered antagonistic.
GUADALUPE MARAVILLA: TIERRA BLANCA JOVEN
The exhibition Tierra Blanca Joven at the Brooklyn Museum, draws from the artist’s own experiences as an undocumented immigrant and cancer survivor to weave together themes of displacement, illness, recovery, and healing in new and existing works; objects from the Museum’s Maya art collection; and a Healing Room.
PINTA PArC EXHIBITS RUNAWAY NARRATIVES – ONLY PROJECTS
The SOLO PROJECTS section exhibits six artists represented by their respective galleries. The section is intended as an opportunity to highlight the production of contemporary artists in such a way that visitors can relate to their work in a deeper and more personal way.
JUMEX MUSEUM EXHIBITS URS FISCHER: LOVERS
Internationally recognized for creating works that are thoughtful, bewildering, and playful, Urs Fischer works across sculpture, photography, drawing, painting, and publishing, employing a variety of materials and processes that resist easy classification.
RAGNAR KJARTANSSON: EMOTIONAL LANDSCAPES
Opening on February 22, 2022, Emotional Landscapes by Ragnar Kjartansson features four monumental video installations from the TBA21 Collection, as well as some of his works on paper on loan from other collections, installed within the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza’s foremost collections of 19th and 20th-century American Art.
PINTA PArC ANNOUNCES ITS 2022 EDITION WITH ENTHUSIASM AND AMBITION
The ninth edition of PArC, Perú Arte Contemporáneo, will take place between April 20th and 24th, 2022. Integrated into the Pinta universe, the most relevant international art fair in Peru is characterized by an experimental program and a selection of galleries with diverse and contemporary proposals. Pinta PArC, positioned among the most relevant cultural exchange platforms in the region, can be visited at Casa Prado (Av. 28 de Julio 878, Miraflores). For more information: www.parc.pinta.art
THE PERIPHERY OF THE AGONY: TERESA MARGOLLES
Mexican artist, Teresa Margolles, transfers the space of death to the sphere of art, a metaphor par excellence of the border, of a limit that paradoxically is reached only when we are no longer and, therefore, we will no longer be able to tell it. An attempt to counter addiction and impotence in the face of daily tragedies such as gender violence or the exploitation of illegal immigration, caused by the inaction of governments and by a melodramatic or sensationalistic media exploitation.
CHILE AT THE VENICE BIENNALE – “TURBA TOL” BY CAMILA MARAMBIO
The Chilean pavilion that will represent Chile at the upcoming 59th Venice Art Biennale will host the collective and interdisciplinary project Turba Tol, curated by Camila Marambio and with the participation of Ariel Bustamante, sound artist, Dominga Sotomayor, filmmaker, Carla Macchiavello, art historian and Alfredo Thiermann, architect. The management is in charge of Juan Pablo Vergara and also includes scientists, indigenous activists and other collaborators from the creative field.
FROM PARTICIPATION TO IMMERSION
A few decades ago, the art utopia consisted of incorporating the viewer into the work, either physically or sensorially. Frank Popper called these practices with the term "participation art".
rīvus - 23RD BIENNALE OF SYDNEY
From March 12th to June 13th 2022, the Biennale of Sydney will present over 330 artworks by 89 participants and 400 events. The Biennale, titled rīvus, meaning “stream” in Latin, will feature new work and commissions responding to water ecology and relationships with the natural world.
CONCLUSIONS FROM ARCOmadrid AND THE EUROPEAN REACTIVATION
ARCOmadrid, organized by IFEMA MADRID, closed its 40+1 Anniversary on Sunday with a commercial balance described by the participating galleries as very positive. The attractive presentation of galleries and artistic programs that have made up the contents of this edition have attracted a global figure of 75,000 visitors, among which were 30,000 art professionals.
SP–Arte ANNOUNCES ITS 18TH EDITION AT THE PAVILHÃO DA BIENAL
The fair takes place from April 6th to 10th at the Bienal Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park, reaffirming its leading role in the arts market and bringing together around 130 galleries, nine of which are international.