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AUTO ITALIA IS SEEKING DIRECTOR
Open Call for the position of Director at Auto Italia, a non-profit contemporary art institution at London, UK, dedicated to researching, producing and exhibiting work on the intersections of queer studies and social change. Deadline to apply: March 4th, 2024.
ADRIANA BUSTOS TRACES A MAP OF MAMBO HISTORY
Argentine multidisciplinary artist Adriana Bustos presents her site-specific project entitled Genealogy of a Collection conceived for Viceversa, an exhibition project celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO).
GREEN SNAKE: WOMEN-CENTERED ECOLOGIES
Presented at Tai Kwun Contemporary, Green Snake: women-centred ecologies gather more than 60 works—16 of them new commissions—from 30 artists and collectives in an exhibition that draws on mythologies and world views with women at their heart to explore possibilities for other ecological relationships.
CELEBRATING THE GRANDMOTHER AS A FIGURE OF KNOWLEDGE
Kunstinstituut Melly presented My Oma, a project that involves a group exhibition, concerts, performance, public programs and education activities. Conceptually interlaced throughout these formats are the figure of the grandmother, queries on ancestral knowledge, and ideas of cultural heritage.
EXPLORING THE CONCEPT OF FREEDOM THROUGH SENSORY EXPERIENCES
KADIST San Francisco and Delfina Foundation presented iterations of de montañas submarinas el fuego hace islas (from the underwater mountains fire makes islands).
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: CURATORIAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
Independent Curators International (ICI) is now accepting applications for the 2024 Curatorial Research Fellowships.
GIULIANA VIDARTE: "THROUGH EXHIBITIONS WE CAN LOOK AT THE PAST IN ORDER TO THINK ABOUT TODAY"
Giuliana Vidarte is a curator, art historian and teacher. Her work focuses on the rewriting of history from the perspective of the discourse of the Peruvian Amazon. In an interview with Arte al Día, she talks about her career and how she developed the curatorial proposal for the NEXT section for Pinta Miami 2023.
EL DORADO AT AMERICAS SOCIETY, NEW YORK
El Dorado: Myths of Gold is an extensively researched, impeccably installed exhibition featuring one-hundred objects and artworks from the Pre-Columbian period to the 21st century by sixty artists.
PINTA MIAMI 2023: A PORTAL TO THE AMAZON
FIFTH EDITION OF THE KYIV BIENNALE: AGAINST THE LOGIC OF WAR
The fifth edition of the Kyiv Biennial is taking place across Europe: in Kyiv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhhorod, Berlin, Vienna as the main exhibition venue, and Warsaw.
NYC OPEN CALL FOR GROUP EXHIBITIONS AT APEXART
apexart is accepting proposals for its NYC Open Call from October 1-31, 2023. Five winning proposals will become exhibitions presented at apexart as part of the 2024–25 exhibition season. Curators, artists, writers, and creative individuals, regardless of location or past experience, are invited to submit a proposal.
PINTA BAphoto RETURNS TO LA RURAL IN ITS 2023 EDITION
From September 28 to October 1, 2023, the 19th edition of Pinta BAphoto will take place at La Rural, Pavilion 8. With EFG Wealth Management as Main Sponsor, BAphoto is the only art fair specialized in photography in Latin America. Tickets are available for Friday, September 29, Saturday, September 30, and Sunday, October 1, at Ticketek.
GLOBAL CURATORIAL OPEN CALL AT ART JAMEEL
Art Jameel, an organization that supports artists and creative communities, launches an international open call for early career curators to submit exhibition proposals developed for Hayy Jameel’s museum space –Hayy Arts– in Jeddah for a May 2024 opening.
PINTA Sud ASU 2023 – A DIALOGUE WITH AIMÉ IGLESIAS LUKIN
Aimé Iglesias Lukin is an art historian and curator. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, she has been living in New York since 2011. She earned her PhD in art history from Rutgers University with a dissertation titled "This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York 1965–1975," which became an exhibition at Americas Society in 2021. Her writings have been featured at international conferences and published by prestigious museums and academic journals, including the New Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim Museum.
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.
MALBA PRESENTS AN EXHIBITION ON SPIRITUALITY
The Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA) opens Luz y Fuerza (Light and Strength), an exhibition that brings together nineteen contemporary Argentinean artists whose works revolve around spirituality.
FRAME CONTEMPORARY ART FINLAND: CURATORIAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP CALL
Frame Contemporary Art Finland announced the second open call for the Frame Curatorial Research Fellowship, a five-year program between 2020 and 2024 for contemporary art curators.
OPEN CALL POR CURATORIAL PROPOSALS. THE EUROPEAN PAVILION 2024
The European Cultural Foundation announced a brand-new commissioning grant of up to 500000 EUR to be awarded to one single organization or consortium of partners for the curation and hosting of the European Pavilion 2024.
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?
THE 2024 VENICE BIENNALE ARTE’S THEME: STRANIERI OVUNQUE / STRANGERS EVERYWHERE
The President of La Biennale di Venezia, Roberto Cicutto, and the Curator of the 60th International Art Exhibition, Adriano Pedrosa announced the title and theme of the Venice Biennale Arte 2024, which will take place from 20th April to 24th November 2024.
AN ECOSYSTEM OF UNITED TERRITORIES. THE COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION IN CARA
Center for Art, Reserch and Alliances (CARA), presents the exhibition And we learn to keep the soil wet, gathering the practices of nine artists engaged with an ethics of intimacy and reciprocity.
GOLDEN PRISM. WEALTH AS A TRAP
Fundación PROA presented a reflection on the myth of "El Dorado" in the American continent, with a selection of works by artists from different countries and times to rethink the impact and meaning of one of the most influential legends in history.
MUSEO DEL BARRIO’S AMBITIOUS RESTATEMENT ON THEIR PERMANENT COLLECTION
Museo del Barrio annouces Something Beautiful: Reframing La Colección, the museum’s most ambitious presentation of its unique, complex and culturally diverse permanent collection in over two decades.
FLORENCIA PORTOCARRERO: VISION AND APPROACH IN EMERGING ART
Florencia Portocarrero, curator of the NEXT section at Pinta PArC, opens a space for us on her agenda from Lima to talk about her curatorial work this year. He brings us closer to his vision and his way of approaching this task through sensitivity and openness to dialogue with galleries and their emerging artists. As the director of Bisagra, an independent art collective that she directs together with Miguel A. López, and the artists Andres Pereira Paz, Eliana Otta, Iosu Aramburu and Juan Diego Tobalina, she shares with us her desire to "horizontalize" relationships when thinking and to create an exhibition, an attitude that translates into the moment of curating NEXT.
THE INTERCONNECTION BETWEEN ART, CULTURE AND NATURE - INTERVIEW WITH CURATOR GREDNA LANDOLT
In this interview, Gredna Landolt, a Peruvian graphic artist and curator, shares with us her work curating the Amazonías section of Pinta PArC 2023, a section that exhibits renowned native artists.
MODERN LEGACY FROM THE LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE - MAIN SECTION AND SOLO DUO AT PINTA PArC
Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art inaugurated its tenth edition. A unique opportunity to discover and explore contemporary art proposals from around the world and, especially, innovative initiatives from the region.
MOTHERS PLANTS AND WOMEN FIGHTERS. VISIONS FROM CANTAGALLO
This exhibition at MAC Lima is the result of an invitation to Olinda Silvano [Reshinjabe] and the women's collective Non Shinanbo (Our Inspirations) to rethink and represent the last two years of health, social and political crisis from their concerns, urgencies and desires.