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ART AND ECOLOGY: BIENALSUR IN CUENCA, ECUADOR

BIENALSUR 2021, the third edition of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South, opens in Cuenca, Ecuador, the exhibition Juliana Vidal. The Silence of Forms in the Municipal Museum of Modern Art. Vidal (Cuenca, Ecuador, 1993) has been developing a subtle poetics of the imprint - intimately linked to time and memory - using alginate, a chemical substance sensitive to the impression of physical signals. The renowned writer and curator Cristóbal Zapata, who directed the Cuenca Art Biennial, joins BIENALSUR to curate this necessary and intelligent exhibition.

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ART AND ECOLOGY: BIENALSUR IN CUENCA, ECUADOR

THE MORTALITY OF THE PROCESS AS A PHOTOGRAPHIC AXIS

The Ecuadorian gallery/workshop + ARTE exhibits photography by Raúl Borja Arboleda in The Hill

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THE MORTALITY OF THE PROCESS AS A PHOTOGRAPHIC AXIS

HOW FAR IS FAR? - NO LUGAR EXHIBITS "A CIRCLE CALLED ZERO"

The Ecuadorian gallery presents A circle called zero, a solo exhibition by David Rickard (New Zealand/UK) curated by Rubén Darío Díaz Chávez. The proposal brings together works in painting, objects, installation, sculpture, video and photography and reflects on the territory, its representation and how we relate to each other in times of pandemic.

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HOW FAR IS FAR? - NO LUGAR EXHIBITS "A CIRCLE CALLED ZERO"

+ ARTE AND TALŌ OFFER A NEW APPROACH TO ECUADORIAN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

Collaborating to energize the local market, the galleries + Arte and Talō (both Ecuadorian) present parte de mí / aparte de mí (part of me / apart from me) by the artists Karen Miranda Rivadeneira and Misha Vallejo Prut. Exhibited at Talō and curated by Gabriela Moyano (+ Arte), the show will be open until July 26.

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+ ARTE AND TALŌ OFFER A NEW APPROACH TO ECUADORIAN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

NATURE TRANSLATED INTO SCULPTURE - ON DIANA MUÑOZ’ EXHIBITION AT NO LUGAR GALLERY

No Lugar and Proyecto N.A.S.A. (L) present Noetic, by the Ecuadorian artist. Curated by Pily Estrada Lecaro, the proposal brings together works in sculpture, photography, objects, videoperfomance and interactive installations to reflect on the relationship between art, nature and technology. Open until Saturday June 19.

By Mercedes Abella
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NATURE TRANSLATED INTO SCULPTURE - ON DIANA MUÑOZ’ EXHIBITION AT NO LUGAR GALLERY

By Mercedes Abella