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THIS MUST BE THE PLACE: INSIDE THE WALKER’S COLLECTION

Grounded in the many meanings and ideas of “home,” This Must Be the Place is a major new exhibition at Walker Art Center showcasing works drawn from across the Walker’s dynamic collections.

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THIS MUST BE THE PLACE: INSIDE THE WALKER’S COLLECTION

Grounded in the many meanings and ideas of “home,” This Must Be the Place is a major new exhibition at Walker Art Center showcasing works drawn from across the Walker’s dynamic collections.

TERESITA FERNÁNDEZ / ROBERT SMITHSON: A CONVERSATION

Artist-led and conceptually driven, Teresita Fernández / Robert Smithson is a subjective, intergenerational conversation between two practices, pulling the past into the present. The exhibition at Site Santa Fe critically considers entanglements between place, site, seeing, and deep time through the artists’ mutual engagement with material intelligence, geological agency, and cartographic fictions.

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TERESITA FERNÁNDEZ / ROBERT SMITHSON: A CONVERSATION

Artist-led and conceptually driven, Teresita Fernández / Robert Smithson is a subjective, intergenerational conversation between two practices, pulling the past into the present. The exhibition at Site Santa Fe critically considers entanglements between place, site, seeing, and deep time through the artists’ mutual engagement with material intelligence, geological agency, and cartographic fictions.

THE U.S. LATINX ART FORUM (USLAF) AWARDS LATINX ARTIST FELLOWSHIPS

Fifteen artists working across the United States and Puerto Rico have been awarded the 2024 Latinx Artist Fellowships by the U.S. Latinx Forum (USLAF), with $50,0000 in unrestricted funding and a year-long program of professional engagement opportunities.

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THE U.S. LATINX ART FORUM (USLAF) AWARDS LATINX ARTIST FELLOWSHIPS

Fifteen artists working across the United States and Puerto Rico have been awarded the 2024 Latinx Artist Fellowships by the U.S. Latinx Forum (USLAF), with $50,0000 in unrestricted funding and a year-long program of professional engagement opportunities.

CAC MALAGA HOSTS MARIO AYALA'S FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION IN A MUSEUM

The CAC Malaga hosts Milagro, the first solo exhibition in a museum of Mario Ayala (Los Angeles, USA, 1991), son of a Mexican-American mother and Cuban immigrant father, whose production reflects his personal experiences and artistic concerns of the world of garages, truck drivers and mechanics of Fontana.

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CAC MALAGA HOSTS MARIO AYALA'S FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION IN A MUSEUM

The CAC Malaga hosts Milagro, the first solo exhibition in a museum of Mario Ayala (Los Angeles, USA, 1991), son of a Mexican-American mother and Cuban immigrant father, whose production reflects his personal experiences and artistic concerns of the world of garages, truck drivers and mechanics of Fontana.

BODIES AND POLITICS: A GROUP EXHIBITION AT PAMM

Xican-a.o.x. Body in Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is the first major exhibition to showcase work by artists who foreground the body as a site of political agency and imagination, artistic investigation, decolonization, and alternative forms of community.

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BODIES AND POLITICS: A GROUP EXHIBITION AT PAMM

Xican-a.o.x. Body in Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is the first major exhibition to showcase work by artists who foreground the body as a site of political agency and imagination, artistic investigation, decolonization, and alternative forms of community.

NECROARCHIVOS DE LAS AMÉRICAS: AN UNRELENTING SEARCH FOR JUSTICE

The exhibition in Jordan Schnitzer Mueum of Art Necroarchivos de las Américas: an unrelenting search for justice, examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as an act of memory and witnessing, advocate research, and seek justice.

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NECROARCHIVOS DE LAS AMÉRICAS: AN UNRELENTING SEARCH FOR JUSTICE

The exhibition in Jordan Schnitzer Mueum of Art Necroarchivos de las Américas: an unrelenting search for justice, examines artistic responses to violence instigated by state regimes across the Americas to disclose censored narratives, argue for the importance of artmaking as an act of memory and witnessing, advocate research, and seek justice.

ANDRÉS SERRANO: PORTRAIS DE L'AMERIQUE IN MUSEÉ MAILLOL

Andres Serrano carries with him a sulfurous reputation that he has not tried to hide in this exhibition, where famous and forceful works are presented. Under the title “Portaits de L'Amérique” the Musée Maillol offers a survey of Serrano's “American” work from his earliest creations in the mid-1980s to his most recent.

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ANDRÉS SERRANO: PORTRAIS DE L'AMERIQUE IN MUSEÉ MAILLOL

By Patricia Avena Navarro

Andres Serrano carries with him a sulfurous reputation that he has not tried to hide in this exhibition, where famous and forceful works are presented. Under the title “Portaits de L'Amérique” the Musée Maillol offers a survey of Serrano's “American” work from his earliest creations in the mid-1980s to his most recent.

June 07, 2024
OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2025

Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture (PMRCAA) is inviting artists, ecological scientists and scholars whose work explores the theme of Care & Stewardship to apply for a 2025 residency in Sisters, Oregon (USA). Deadline to apply: June 30th, 2024.

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OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2025

Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture (PMRCAA) is inviting artists, ecological scientists and scholars whose work explores the theme of Care & Stewardship to apply for a 2025 residency in Sisters, Oregon (USA). Deadline to apply: June 30th, 2024.

ENRIQUE BOSTELMANN: APERTURES AND BORDERSCAPES

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art presents the tour of Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures and Borderscapes. The exhibition will be available from June 18 to December 15, 2024.

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ENRIQUE BOSTELMANN: APERTURES AND BORDERSCAPES

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art presents the tour of Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures and Borderscapes. The exhibition will be available from June 18 to December 15, 2024.

VIRGINIA JARAMILLO’S WORK IN THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGO

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presented Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence, the first major retrospective and largest monographic exhibition to date of the work of Virginia Jaramillo.

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VIRGINIA JARAMILLO’S WORK IN THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGO

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presented Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence, the first major retrospective and largest monographic exhibition to date of the work of Virginia Jaramillo.

 AMALIA MESA-BAINS: ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEMORY

El Museo del Barrio presented the exhibition Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory, the first retrospective exhibition by the pioneering artist, curator, and theorist. Born in 1943 to a Mexican immigrant family, Mesa-Bains has been a leading figure in Chicanx art for nearly half a century.

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AMALIA MESA-BAINS: ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEMORY

El Museo del Barrio presented the exhibition Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory, the first retrospective exhibition by the pioneering artist, curator, and theorist. Born in 1943 to a Mexican immigrant family, Mesa-Bains has been a leading figure in Chicanx art for nearly half a century.

FRIEZE NEW YORK 2024 – A VIEW FROM THE FLOOR

With the opening of Frieze NY last Wednesday, the NY Contemporary sales season has kicked off (if it ever truly stops!). From now until mid-May, it's a whirlwind of fairs and gallery openings, culminating in the grand auctions. May is a crucial time for the US art market calendar and the results will have global repercussion for the remainder of the year.

By María Sancho-Arroyo. Art Market specialist
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FRIEZE NEW YORK 2024 – A VIEW FROM THE FLOOR

By María Sancho-Arroyo. Art Market specialist

With the opening of Frieze NY last Wednesday, the NY Contemporary sales season has kicked off (if it ever truly stops!). From now until mid-May, it's a whirlwind of fairs and gallery openings, culminating in the grand auctions. May is a crucial time for the US art market calendar and the results will have global repercussion for the remainder of the year.

CRAFTING MODERNITY AT MoMA: DESIGN IN LATIN AMERICA, 1940-1980

The Museum of Modern Art presents Crafting Modernity: Design in Latin America, 1940–1980, the first exhibition by a major American museum to examine modern design in the region on a broad scale.

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CRAFTING MODERNITY AT MoMA: DESIGN IN LATIN AMERICA, 1940-1980

The Museum of Modern Art presents Crafting Modernity: Design in Latin America, 1940–1980, the first exhibition by a major American museum to examine modern design in the region on a broad scale.

SANDRA VÁSQUEZ DE LA HORRA AT DENVER ART MUSEUM

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) presented Sandra Vásquez de la Horra: The Awake Volcanoes, the first solo show in a U.S. Museum for the Chilean artist, known for her participation at the 2022 Venice Biennale and being the recipient of the prestigious Käthe Kollwitz Prize for 2023.

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SANDRA VÁSQUEZ DE LA HORRA AT DENVER ART MUSEUM

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) presented Sandra Vásquez de la Horra: The Awake Volcanoes, the first solo show in a U.S. Museum for the Chilean artist, known for her participation at the 2022 Venice Biennale and being the recipient of the prestigious Käthe Kollwitz Prize for 2023.

FIRELEI BÁEZ: ALTERNATE PASTS AND POTENTIAL FUTURES

ICA Boston presents Firelei Báez’s exhibition, the first North American show dedicated to the artist’s work.

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FIRELEI BÁEZ: ALTERNATE PASTS AND POTENTIAL FUTURES

ICA Boston presents Firelei Báez’s exhibition, the first North American show dedicated to the artist’s work.

CARIBBEAN AND AFRICAN SURREALISM

Organized by Curator María Elena Ortiz, Surrealism and Us at Modern Art Museum of Forth Worth is inspired by the history of Surrealism in the Caribbean with connections to notions of the Afrosurreal in the United States. Representing a global perspective, this exhibition is the first intergenerational show dedicated to Caribbean and African diasporic art presented at the Modern.

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CARIBBEAN AND AFRICAN SURREALISM

Organized by Curator María Elena Ortiz, Surrealism and Us at Modern Art Museum of Forth Worth is inspired by the history of Surrealism in the Caribbean with connections to notions of the Afrosurreal in the United States. Representing a global perspective, this exhibition is the first intergenerational show dedicated to Caribbean and African diasporic art presented at the Modern.

THE PLANET’S GUARDIANS AT PAMM

Spirit in the Land at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a contemporary art exhibition that examines today’s urgent ecological concerns from a cultural perspective, demonstrating how intricately our identities and natural environments are intertwined.

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THE PLANET’S GUARDIANS AT PAMM

Spirit in the Land at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a contemporary art exhibition that examines today’s urgent ecological concerns from a cultural perspective, demonstrating how intricately our identities and natural environments are intertwined.

CELEBRATING CARIBBEAN AND AFRICAN DIASPORIC’S SURREALISM CURRENTS

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presented Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940.

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CELEBRATING CARIBBEAN AND AFRICAN DIASPORIC’S SURREALISM CURRENTS

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presented Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940.

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM FROM ALEX BROWN FOUNDATION

The artist-in-residence program from the Alex Brown Foundation aims to provide emerging and established artists a space to create their work at Des Moines, Iowa. Deadline to apply: March 15th, 2024.

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ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM FROM ALEX BROWN FOUNDATION

The artist-in-residence program from the Alex Brown Foundation aims to provide emerging and established artists a space to create their work at Des Moines, Iowa. Deadline to apply: March 15th, 2024.

NEW SOCIETY: MIRANDA JULY’S FIRST SOLO MUSEUM EXHIBITION

Fondazione Prada presents Miranda July: New Society, the first solo museum exhibition of Miranda July’s work from March 7 to October 14, 2024 at the Osservatorio, located at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan.

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NEW SOCIETY: MIRANDA JULY’S FIRST SOLO MUSEUM EXHIBITION

Fondazione Prada presents Miranda July: New Society, the first solo museum exhibition of Miranda July’s work from March 7 to October 14, 2024 at the Osservatorio, located at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan.

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.

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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.

PALOMA CONTRERAS LOMAS AND INÉS DOUJAK

The Center for Art, Research and Alliance’s spring 2024 exhibition presents an intergenerational, feminist dialogue between artists Paloma Contreras Lomas (b. Mexico, 1991) and Ines Doujak (b. Austria, 1959). The show opens March 2 and will remain on view through May 12, 2024.

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PALOMA CONTRERAS LOMAS AND INÉS DOUJAK

The Center for Art, Research and Alliance’s spring 2024 exhibition presents an intergenerational, feminist dialogue between artists Paloma Contreras Lomas (b. Mexico, 1991) and Ines Doujak (b. Austria, 1959). The show opens March 2 and will remain on view through May 12, 2024.

RAVEN CHACÓN BRINGS HIS WORK TOGETHER AT SWISS INSTITUTE

Raven Chacon: A Worm’s Eye View from a Bird’s Beak at Swiss Institute Contemporary Art New York is the artist first major institutional solo exhibition, organized in partnership with Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum.

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RAVEN CHACÓN BRINGS HIS WORK TOGETHER AT SWISS INSTITUTE

Raven Chacon: A Worm’s Eye View from a Bird’s Beak at Swiss Institute Contemporary Art New York is the artist first major institutional solo exhibition, organized in partnership with Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum.

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.

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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.

AMERICAS SOCIETY PRESENTS PART II OF EXHIBITION EL DORADO

Americas Society opened Part II of El Dorado: Myths of Gold, an exhibition showcasing artworks by more than 60 artists that challenge, reinforce and question the continuity of the myth of El Dorado into the present.

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AMERICAS SOCIETY PRESENTS PART II OF EXHIBITION EL DORADO

Americas Society opened Part II of El Dorado: Myths of Gold, an exhibition showcasing artworks by more than 60 artists that challenge, reinforce and question the continuity of the myth of El Dorado into the present.

CARLOS ROSALES-SILVA IS BEMIS CENTER’S ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE ON SPRING 2024

Carlos Rosales-Silva is the Spring 2024’s Artist-in-Residence at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art.

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CARLOS ROSALES-SILVA IS BEMIS CENTER’S ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE ON SPRING 2024

Carlos Rosales-Silva is the Spring 2024’s Artist-in-Residence at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art.

MATTRESS FACTORY 2024 INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL

Mattress Factory announces the 2024 International Open Call for artists-in-residence. Each artist will produce a solo exhibition of new work at the museum. Deadline to apply: February 8, 2024.

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MATTRESS FACTORY 2024 INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL

Mattress Factory announces the 2024 International Open Call for artists-in-residence. Each artist will produce a solo exhibition of new work at the museum. Deadline to apply: February 8, 2024.

REYNIER LEYVA NOVO REFLECTS ABOUT THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

The Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston presented the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of Cuban conceptual artist Reynier Leyva Novo.

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REYNIER LEYVA NOVO REFLECTS ABOUT THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

The Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston presented the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of Cuban conceptual artist Reynier Leyva Novo.

MELISSA CODY’S NAVAJO TAPESTRY SYMBOLS AND PATTERNS

North-American artist Melissa Cody featured at MASP the exhibition Webbed Skies, with curatorship of Isabella Rjeille and Ruba Katrib.

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MELISSA CODY’S NAVAJO TAPESTRY SYMBOLS AND PATTERNS

North-American artist Melissa Cody featured at MASP the exhibition Webbed Skies, with curatorship of Isabella Rjeille and Ruba Katrib.

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).

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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).

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