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CONSTELAÇÃO: A TRIBUTE TO CLARICE LISPECTOR

Celebrating the work and legacy of the writer Clarice Lispector (1920-1977), the IMS brings the exhibition Constelação Clarice. An investigation into the poetics of the author, curated by Eucanaã Ferraz and Veronica Stigger, the exhibition brings together approximately 300 pieces, including manuscripts, photographs, letters, records, press materials and other documents.

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CONSTELAÇÃO: A TRIBUTE TO CLARICE LISPECTOR

UNDER CONSTRUCTION: NEW ACQUISITIONS FOR THE NATIONALGALERIE’S COLLECTION

The Hamburger Bahnhof is holding an exhibition entitled Under Construction, which will present the latest additions to the Nationalgalerie collection. The museum has been able to acquire these new objects over the past few years thanks in large part to funding from the Freunde der Nationalgalerie.

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: NEW ACQUISITIONS FOR THE NATIONALGALERIE’S COLLECTION

AMERICAS SOCIETY EXHIBITS SCULPTURES BY MEXICAN ARTIST GELES CABRERA

This is the first solo exhibition in the United States dedicated to Geles Cabrera, who is one of the most prominent female sculptors of her country. Geles Cabrera: Museo Escultórico will feature artwork created over 40 years of her career and will be on view from June 8 through July 30, 2022.

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AMERICAS SOCIETY EXHIBITS SCULPTURES BY MEXICAN ARTIST GELES CABRERA

LAST DAYS! SANDRA GAMARRA AT THE SPANISH MUSEUM CGAC

CGAC -Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea- exhibits Buen Gobierno (Good Government) by Peruvian artista Sandra Gamarra Heshiki.

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LAST DAYS! SANDRA GAMARRA AT THE SPANISH MUSEUM CGAC

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: ART AS A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT - BEATRIZ CHACHAMOVITS IN ART AND CULTURE CENTER, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA

Review about the exhibition Into the Great Dying: (The Steps We Take), on view until June 2022

By Amalia Caputo - Artist/Art Writer
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CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: ART AS A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT - BEATRIZ CHACHAMOVITS IN ART AND CULTURE CENTER, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA

By Amalia Caputo - Artist/Art Writer
May 24, 2022
TERESA MALUF EXHIBITS ‘404’ AT THE EMILIO CARAFFA MUSEUM IN CÓRDOBA

In Maluf's exhibition project, the language of three-dimensional works is combined with the installation format. With this in mind, and the characteristic spatial layout of Gallery 5 of the Emilio Caraffa Museum with its great heights, the works participate from their immanence in a dialogue with the circumstance.

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TERESA MALUF EXHIBITS ‘404’ AT THE EMILIO CARAFFA MUSEUM IN CÓRDOBA

EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD NOMINATION AT PINTA PArC

The EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, announced Ximena Garrido-Lecca, from the gallery 80m2 Livia Benavides, Lima, as the artist nominated for its annual acquisition award. The work was selected at the Pinta PArC fair with the  collaboration of Magali Arriola, art critic and independent curator, jointly with Celia Sredni de Birbragher, Director and Editor of ArtNexus.

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EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD NOMINATION AT PINTA PArC

CECILIA VICUÑA’S TATE MODERN COMMISSION

Tate Modern and Hyundai Motor announced that Chilean artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña will create the next annual Hyundai Commission. Vicuña (b.1948) is perhaps best known for her radical textile sculptures, combining natural materials and traditional crafts. A prolific multi-disciplinary artist, Vicuña explores the pressing concerns of ecology, community, and social justice. Her new site-specific work for the Turbine Hall will inaugurate on October 11th  2022.

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CECILIA VICUÑA’S TATE MODERN COMMISSION

CECILIA VICUÑA RECEIVES THE GOLDEN LION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña is a recipients of the Golden Lions for Lifetime Achievement of the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia - The Milk of Dreams.

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CECILIA VICUÑA RECEIVES THE GOLDEN LION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ORIGIN WILL BE IMPORTED BY THE ORIGIN OF THE SUBSTANCE – ARGENTINE PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

In this 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, the largest contemporary art event in the world, the artist selected to represent Argentina is Mónica Heller, who will show in the Argentine pavilion the video installation entitled The Origin of Substance Will Matter the Importance of Origin. The project, which has the curatorship of Alejo Ponce de León, was chosen among the 40 proposals that were presented in a public and open call.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ORIGIN WILL BE IMPORTED BY THE ORIGIN OF THE SUBSTANCE – ARGENTINE PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

PAMM REINSCRIBES MARISOL ESCOBAR INTO AMERICAN POP ART

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) presents Marisol and Warhol Take New York, an exhibition featuring iconic artworks and ephemera by artists Marisol Escobar and Andy Warhol, opening on April 15, 2022. The exhibition not only offers a glimpse into Marisol and Warhol’s close bond as friends and artistic collaborators, but chronicles the development of both artists' careers over an eight-year span from 1960–1968, while highlighting their influence on each other, their parallel rises to success, and their savvy navigation of the highly competitive 1960’s gallery world.

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PAMM REINSCRIBES MARISOL ESCOBAR INTO AMERICAN POP ART

THE SURREALIST INTRANSIGENCE OF THE TROPICS – MARIA MARTINS: IMAGINARY DESIRE

Reluctantly classified, with increasing complexity and interest, the work of Maria Martins (1894-1973) has yet to gain recognition in her native country. But a selection of some 50 pieces, on display in Rio de Janeiro through June, should help reposition the sculptor, draftswoman and engraver in the pantheon of leading Brazilian artists.

By Mario Gioia, art critic and independent curator
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THE SURREALIST INTRANSIGENCE OF THE TROPICS – MARIA MARTINS: IMAGINARY DESIRE

By Mario Gioia, art critic and independent curator
March 31, 2022
MEDELLÍN - FIRST MUSEUM RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ

The Museum of Modern Art of Medellín (MAMM) exhibits María Teresa Hincapié. Si este fuera un principio de infinito (María Teresa Hincapié. If this were a principle of infinity), the first institutional exhibition dedicated to the practice of Colombian artist María Teresa Hincapié (Armenia, 1954 – Bogotá, 2008). A pioneer in Colombia and Latin America, Hincapié had a very particular definition of the performative discipline that she used to call “training” and which resisted any specific categorization; rather, it oscillated between life, creation in motion and the search for the sacred.

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MEDELLÍN - FIRST MUSEUM RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ

GERMAN PAVILION AT THE 59TH VENICE BIENNALE: A QUESTION ON PAVILIONS THEMSELVES

The German Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition—la Biennale di Venezia in 2022 will feature the artist Maria Eichhorn. By choosing Eichhorn, who was born in Bamberg in 1962 and lives in Berlin, the curator Yilmaz Dziewior has decided in favor of an internationally highly recognized artist known as much for her conceptual approach as for her subtle sense of humor. With her visually minimal gestures, spatial interventions, and process-based works, Eichhorn critically examines institutional power structures and political and economic interrelationships.

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GERMAN PAVILION AT THE 59TH VENICE BIENNALE: A QUESTION ON PAVILIONS THEMSELVES

MUAC EXHIBITS “MOTHERING. BETWEEN STOCKHOLM SYNDROME AND ACTS OF PRODUCTION”

Stockholm syndrome occurs when a victim establishes an emotional bond with their captors. With motherhood many women feel like this: their life is no longer theirs and escaping is impossible. However, the kidnappers are not the daughters or the sons. The perpetrator is the patriarchal system that, under the story of love, hides the tasks that sustain life while exploiting them. The works exhibited here reveal motherhood as a disputed concept. On one side is the violence of labor and legal demands; on the other, the struggles that intertwine like a tide around the need for reproductive rights and care strategies that escape capitalist accumulation. This is an example of the enormous political power of motherhood.

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MUAC EXHIBITS “MOTHERING. BETWEEN STOCKHOLM SYNDROME AND ACTS OF PRODUCTION”

BORN OF INFORMALISMO: MARTA MINUJÍN AND THE NASCENT BODY OF PERFORMANCE

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) announced the opening of Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance, curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann. The third in a series of exhibitions on Latin American modernism and its legacies, this show examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

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BORN OF INFORMALISMO: MARTA MINUJÍN AND THE NASCENT BODY OF PERFORMANCE

CECILIA VICUÑA. SEEHEARING THE ENLIGHTENED FAILURE

The Miguel Urrutia Art Museum of the Banco de la República presents the exhibition Veroír el fracaso iluminado (Seehearing the Enlightened Failure), a retrospective that brings together more than 100 works by the Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña, whose work addresses issues such as the environment, feminism, human rights humans, decolonization and the relationship between art and politics. The exhibition, curated by Miguel López, one of the most outstanding curators on the current Latin American art scene, arrives in Colombia thanks to the collaboration between the Kunstinstituut Melly (Rotterdam) and the Banco de la República.

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CECILIA VICUÑA. SEEHEARING THE ENLIGHTENED FAILURE

“GRACIELA ITURBIDE: HELIOTROPO 37” AT FONDATION CARTIER POUR L’ART CONTEMPORAIN

The Cartier Foundation presents "Heliotropo 37", the first major exhibition in France dedicated to the work of Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide. It brings together more than 200 images from the 1970s to today. Photographs from the most iconic to the most recent, as well as a color series specially produced for the exhibition. If today she is famous for her portraits of the Indians of the Sonoran Desert, the women of Juchitán, or for her photographic essays on the ancestral communities and traditions of Mexico, Graciela Iturbide also draws an almost spiritual focus to landscapes and objects. Showing for the first time these two facets, these two points of view of the artist's work, the exhibition thus offers a renewed vision and reveals her great contribution to photographic art.

By Patricia Avena Navarro
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“GRACIELA ITURBIDE: HELIOTROPO 37” AT FONDATION CARTIER POUR L’ART CONTEMPORAIN

By Patricia Avena Navarro
February 28, 2022
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT EXHIBITS “THE EARTH LAUGHS IN FLOWERS”

As travelers walk near Miami International Airport's gate D29, Miami-based painter Yolanda Sánchez invites them to also walk through an imaginary garden of Korean-inspired, translucent fiber constructions in luscious, vibrant colors with The Earth Laughs in Flowers, the latest exhibition at MIA's “The Eye Has to Travel” Gallery.

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MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT EXHIBITS “THE EARTH LAUGHS IN FLOWERS”

MÓNICA HELLER FOR THE ARGENTINE PAVILION AT THE 2022 VENICE BIENNIAL

Heller's proposal has been selected from more than 30 preliminary projects presented in an open call through the Argentine Foreign Ministry and consists of a multi-channel 3D animation video installation. The curator of the exhibition is Alejo Ponce de León.

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MÓNICA HELLER FOR THE ARGENTINE PAVILION AT THE 2022 VENICE BIENNIAL

GRACIELA ITURBIDE EXHIBITS IN FONDATION CARTIER

From February 12 to May 29, 2022, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents Heliotropo 37, the first large exhibition devoted to Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide in France, spanning works dating from the 1970s to the present day.

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GRACIELA ITURBIDE EXHIBITS IN FONDATION CARTIER

MoMA’S COLLECTION GALLERY EXHIBITS MARTA MINUJÍN’S “MINUCODE”

The exhibition includes this piece by Argentine artist Minujín which exposes a meta-narrative of the art world and other spheres, their different agents and interrelations.

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MoMA’S COLLECTION GALLERY EXHIBITS MARTA MINUJÍN’S “MINUCODE”

NSU ART MUSEUM FORT LAUDERDALE EXHIBITS WORKS BY MARGARITA CANO

Celebrating the occasion of her 90th birthday, the exhibition will be on display until February 13, 2022. The aim is to celebrate the life and work of Cuban-born, Miami-based artist Margarita Cano.

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NSU ART MUSEUM FORT LAUDERDALE EXHIBITS WORKS BY MARGARITA CANO

TREMOR: SANDRA RENGIFO EXPLORES THE NOTIONS OF BODY, MATERIALITY AND LABOR AT CASA HOFFMANN

TREMOR collects and revisits the reflections on painting, cinematographic noema and experimental video that Sandra Rengifo started in 2016 with the work Los Lirios del Campo y las Aves del Cielo. It is a kind of "synthetic Neo-romanticism" that gathers the premises of existentialism, the process of the everyday, the revisiting of the past and thinking about the present: carrying bodies, diseased bodies, caring bodies, bodies suffering from inclement weather.

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TREMOR: SANDRA RENGIFO EXPLORES THE NOTIONS OF BODY, MATERIALITY AND LABOR AT CASA HOFFMANN

MONTENEGRO ART PROJECTS (MAP) OPENS A NEW SPACE IN BOGOTÁ WITH “SILENT THREADS”

The thread is the element that stars in this exhibition, increasingly relevant in contemporary art. It is silent because of its "designation" as a material for women, reflected in techniques such as weaving, embroidery and sewing. The exhibition highlights these traditional activities and shows how artists from Nigeria, Argentina, Cuba, the United States and Colombia coincide in the use of thread and collage in their works. The exhibition is curated by Los Angeles-based design specialist Liliana Becerra and the MAP team (Ana Lucía Arbeláez, art historian, and Sandra Montenegro, director).

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MONTENEGRO ART PROJECTS (MAP) OPENS A NEW SPACE IN BOGOTÁ WITH “SILENT THREADS”

ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - VIBRATIONAL STATES BY ALBA TRIANA AT MAMBO

The Museum of Modern Art of Bogota- MAMBO presents Vibrational States by artist Alba Triana. An exhibition that uses technology through multisensory experiences. The public will find pieces exploring energy and vibration; a line of inquiry that stems from a deep urge to listen to an invisible world.

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ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - VIBRATIONAL STATES BY ALBA TRIANA AT MAMBO

THE SELF-PORTRAIT THAT BROKE RECORDS FOR FRIDA KAHLO AND EDUARDO COSTANTINI

At a Sotheby’s auction, the Argentine businessman and collector acquired Diego y yo (1949) for $ 34.8 million. Thus, the oil painting became the most expensive work in the history of Frida Kahlo, in the history of Latin American art, Mexican art and by a woman artist from the region.

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THE SELF-PORTRAIT THAT BROKE RECORDS FOR FRIDA KAHLO AND EDUARDO COSTANTINI

A FIRE OFFERING BY DESIRÉE DE RIDDER, ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT COLLECTIVE62

Designed as an immersive dining experiment in Miami, A Fire Offering is curated by Sofia Bastidas. This installation and performative object art is part of the Collective62’s interest in creating a collective space that foments creative reflection among its residents.

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A FIRE OFFERING BY DESIRÉE DE RIDDER, ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT COLLECTIVE62

ARTISTIC CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN BRAZIL AND PORTUGAL

Curated by Isabella Lenzi, and running until November 20th, Só é possível se formos 2 [It is only possible if there are 2 of us] is exhibited in the Sala Fernando Pessoa of the Consulate General of Portugal in São Paulo. The exhibition proposes a dialogue between the Brazilian Anna Costa e Silva and the Portuguese Fernanda Fragateiro, two artists from different generations, practices and trajectories, who converge in their desires to think beyond the limits of the individual.

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ARTISTIC CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN BRAZIL AND PORTUGAL

DE PONT MUSEUM ACQUIRES WORKS BY COLOMBIAN ARTIST BEATRIZ GONZÁLEZ

The De Pont Museum in the Netherlands has acquired an assemble of works by González, seminal figure in Latin American art. The works address the themes of migration, disappearance and collective grief.

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DE PONT MUSEUM ACQUIRES WORKS BY COLOMBIAN ARTIST BEATRIZ GONZÁLEZ

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