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SOM FOUNDATION & MAK CENTER RESEARCHER-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
The SOM Foundation and the MAK Center for Art and Architecture announce a new Los Angeles-based residency program. Deadline to apply: March 8th, 2024.
NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY AT PAMM
TRANSFER Download: Sea Change at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), together with TRANSFER is an immersive exhibition that reflects on the accelerating changes across climate, culture, and time.
CAROLINA CAYCEDO: SPIRAL FOR SHARED DREAMS AT MoMA
Spiral for Shared Dreams is Colombian artist Carolina Caycedo’s exhibition at MoMA, presenting 11 handmade atarrayas, or fishing nets, denouncing the impact of hydroelectrical dams and other infrastructure on water bodies.
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.
SARACENO’S CATHOLIC CONFESSIONAL BOX INSTALLATION
Life(s) of Webs, arachnophobias, arachnophilias, and other stories is a permanent installation at Chiesa della Madonna del Carmine, Palazzo Lanfranchi by Tomás Saraceno, arrived in Matera, Italy with a project of the Matera Basilicata 2019 Foundation in collaboration with the National Museum of Matera.
PINTA MIAMI 2023: A PORTAL TO THE AMAZON
DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANÉ’S LANDSCAPES AT MACBA BARCELONA
Drawing upon biology and new anthropological discourses as conceptual frameworks, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s exhibition at Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) A leaf Shapes the Eye, proposes a holistic worldview in which there is no distinction between humans and their environment, and where relationships between all elements are in constant flux.
EMERGING ECOLOGIES: ARCHITECTURE AND THE RISE OF ENVIRONMENTALISM
The Museum of Modern Art announced Emerging Ecologies: Architecture and the Rise of Environmentalism, an exhibition dedicated to both realized and unrealized projects that address ecological and environmental concerns by architects who practiced in the United States from the 1930s through the 1990s.
THE JUMEX MUSEUM WILL CELEBRATE ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY IN NOVEMBER 2023
Museo Jumex will celebrate its 10th anniversary after a decade of exhibitions and public programs that have established it as an important contemporary art institution in Mexico.
A COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION AT FUNDACIÓN PABLO ATCHUGARRY
The55project announced the opening of the Collective Show, curated by Josué Mattos at Fundación Pablo Atchugarry.
GUT_BRAIN 1: DESTRUCTIVE DESIRES AND OTHER DESTINITIES OF EXCESS
The Blackwood Gallery at University of Toronto Mississauga presented GUT_BRAIN, an exhibition series inspired by the primary movements of the digestive system: ingestion, propulsion, mechanical breakdown, chemical digestion, absorption, and elimination.
ART IN THE TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin presents a special two-part exhibition that explores the history and contemporary urgency of climate-related issues.
NATURE OF HOPE: INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE ROTTERDAM
Under the title Nature of Hope, the eleventh edition of the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) examines nature, culture and hope from the perspective of architectural thought and action, as a driving force for social change.
MEASURING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN BUENOS AIRES
In line with the Carbon Neutral 2050 Plan that brings together the main cities of the world –including Buenos Aires– the Museo de Arte Moderno measured its carbon footprint as a first step to know its environmental impact and begin to take measures to reduce it.
SONORAN QUIPU. CECILIA VICUÑA’S SCULPTURE AT MOCA TUCSON
Sonoran Quipu is a sprwaling sculpture at Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson composed of natural and human debris collected by indivuals and organizations across the city.
TOMÁS SARACENO IN COLLABORATION: WEB(S) OF LIFE IN SERPENTINE SOUTH GALLERY
Tomás Saraceno launched in Serpentine South Gallery a living collaborative and multi-species exhibition that delves into how different life forms, technologies and energy systems are connected in the climate emergency.
EVERLASTING PLASTICS. UNITED STATES PAVILION AT THE VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE
Everlasting Plastics is the United States Pavilion’s proposal at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
DISECTING THE IDEA OF PROGESS. THE KOREAN PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
2086: Together now? asks why there is so much isolation at an era where humans are supposed to be hyper-connected through globalization of information, finance, and event culture.
THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM BILBAO JOINS GALLERY CLIMATE COALITION
It is the first museum in Spain to become an active member of the international community of art organizations working to reduce the environmental impact of the museum sector.
UÝRA’S HYDBRID UNIVERSES AND CREATURES
The Currier Museum of Art announces the first solo exhibition of UÝRA (they/them/their) in a US institution.
AN ECCLECTIC APPROACH TO THE IDEA OF DISSAPEARANCE
The Jamestown Arts Center announced A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall: An Intersection of Art and Science. This exhibition brings together 11 artists from all over the world.
A GEOMOPHOLOGICAL MAP OF THE RIVER SIL: THE EXHIBITION OF IRENE KOPELMAN
The exhibition Río Sil, lines and geometries by Irene Kopelman at the Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia, approaches the landscape of the Sil river bank reiterating a model of observation that affects the relationship between art and natural sciences.
DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANÉ: ECOLOGY STUDIES
Deeply influenced by the socio-natural context of Brazil, the work of Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (Barcelona, 1977; lives and works in Rio de Janeiro) looks into ecology as a tool to analyse the relationships of mutual transformation.
BIENNALE ARCHITETTURA 2023: THE LABORATORY OF THE FUTURE
The 18th International Architecture Exhibition, titled The Laboratory of the Future, will be open to the public from Saturday May 20 to Sunday November 26, 2023 at the Giardini and the Arsenale, and at Forte Marghera; it will be curated by Lesley Lokko and organised by La Biennale di Venezia.
HUMANS AND NATURE: ARE THEY PART OF THE SAME LANDSCAPE?
As a way of closing 2022 and give a way to 2023, Rolf Art, curated by Francisco Medail, presented Eso que estalla no es el sol, a group show in which several artists talk about the conjunction nature-humans.
A BUTTERFLY FLYING ACROSS THE AMERICAN CONTINENT
Reynier Leyva Novo: Methuselah exhibited in El Museo del Barrio, reproduces through digital artwork the 6000-mile transnational migratory journey of a single monarch butterfly.
ANTHROPOCENE: THE ENVIRONMENT GROUP SHOW AT PROA
For the first time in Argentina Anthropocene is showing at PROA Foundation. A world-renowned exhibition by Canadian artists Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwall and Nicholas de Pencier.
PUNTO DE VISTA: RODRIGO ARTEAGA'S EXHIBITION AT MAC
Curated by Carolina Castro Jorquera, Punto de vista (Point of view), Rodrigo Arteaga's exhibition, is a continuation of the artist's explorations and concerns about the way in which we perceive the beings and forms with which we coexist.
BODY AND EARTH CONNECTED IN REGINA JOSÉ GALINDO’S SOLO EXHIBITION
PAV (Parco Arte Vivente) is presenting Tierra (Earth), the solo exhibition of guatemaltecan artista Regina José Galino. She has been investigating for over 20 years the subject of social justice through the lens of performative practives.
TERRA: THE LISBON ARCHITECTURE TRIENNALE 2022
The Lisbon Architecture Triennale 2022 explores how new paradigms are changing our ways of place-making in a globalized Planet and proposes a future based in intersecting and exchanging knowledge to make a more sustainable world.