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JAN MULDER COLLECTION EXHIBITS ‘MARTÍN CHAMBI AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES’
The Jan Mulder Collection, in collaboration with the Foto Colectania Foundation in Barcelona, presents for the first time in Europe "Martín Chambi and his Contemporaries. The Andes Photographed", an exhibition with original photographs by Martín Chambi and 15 other Peruvian and foreign photographers who have traveled through the southern Peruvian Andes during the period of Chambi's activity.
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.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND 'VEROÍR EL FRACASO ILUMINADO' - INTERVIEW WITH MIGUEL A. LÓPEZ
“We live in a world that demands of us clear meanings and pragmatic definitions of things, that wants to possess and that rejects uncertainty. Taking our focus back to poetry allows us to understand that knowing is not synonymous with dominating, but rather with being with, generating interconnectedness and bonding”.
UNTIL THE SONGS SPRING - MEXICO AT THE VENICE BIENNALE 2022
Under the curatorship of Catalina Lozano and Mauricio Marcin, this proposal offers a collective approach, from a decolonial perspective, reflecting on worldviews, technologies, territories, and the reconfiguration of gender subjectivities. The artists Mariana Castillo Deball, Naomi Rincón Gallardo, Fernando Palma Rodríguez and Santiago Borja Charles offer allegories to imagine a coexistence based on complex relationships of reciprocity and respect. To construct a paradigm that addresses the mystery of regenerative coexistence of the most heterogeneous cultures, and not that of the exclusion of other living beings, both human and non-human.
ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES REPRESENTATION OF RONNY QUEVEDO
The New York-based gallery will present Quevedo's first solo exhibition with the Gallery in fall 2022.
SILENT RISINGS - 34th BIENNIAL OF SÃO PAULO, JURACI DÓREA AND GIORGIO MORANDI
One of the key works of the 34th São Paulo Biennial literally anchors the robust and uncomfortable presence between the interstitial areas of this modernist building, so questioned today. However, its meanings go beyond the perimeters of the construction and extend to, for example, some of the civic sculptures that populate public places throughout Brazil and that are also located in the surroundings.
IN BUENOS AIRES, BIENALSUR INAUGURATES EXHIBITIONS CENTERED ON ABORIGINAL CULTURE
Two new exhibitions were presented last week in the framework of BIENALSUR, the international biennial of contemporary art that is held simultaneously in 124 venues in 50 cities around the world. In this case, the expo’s are held at the Enrique Udaondo Provincial Museum Complex in Luján (Province of Buenos Aires), and are dedicated to the native peoples of the American continent.
DIASPORAS AND ATLANTIC COMMUNIONS - YORUBÁIANO AND JUNTÓ: AYRSON HERÁCLITO
“Moving with great fluidity between spirituality, the production of visuality, academic reflection and political action, Heráclito is explicit when he says that he wants to ‘act, in a symbolic way, on the devastating consequences of racism and social inequality that affect the black populations'." In this way, the curator and researcher Solange Farkas (Videobrasil and ex-MAM Bahía) summarizes the approach to the production of Ayrson Heráclito, a Bahian artist who won a retrospective at the MAR (Museu de Arte do Rio) and who had an important recent solo show at the Simões de Assis Gallery, in São Paulo.
“MOQUÉM_SURARÎ: CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS ART” AT THE MUSEU DE ARTE MODERNA DE SÃO PAULO
Curated by Jaider Esbell, and within the context of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo, the group exhibition Moquém_Surarî gathers contemporary artworks by indigenous artists. The exhibition at MAM São Paulo will include drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures referring to the visual transformations on the cosmological and the narrative Amerindian thinking.
NOCTURNAL MAPS TO THINK LATIN AMERICA - COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITION BETWEEN VIGIL GONZALES AND ESPACIO EL DORADO
The exhibition, at the Vigil Gonzales gallery in Valle Sagrado, brings together the work of seven Latin American artists who question the generalizations imposed on the countries and cultures of their region, and address issues such as politics, neoliberalism, and the art market.
BIENALSUR INAUGURATES ITS CARTOGRAPHY OF EXPANDED ACTIVITIES
The third edition of the Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo del Sur (BIENALSUR) organized by the National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF), an Argentine public university, will take place until December 2021 in more than 120 venues in 50 cities in 23 countries and the Vatican, with the participation of around 400 artists of various nationalities and different backgrounds.
EDGAR CALEL QUESTIONS THE FETICHISMS AROUND INDIGENEITY
The artista exhibits Pa tu run ché (From the treetop) in Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City.
+ 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.
PAMM INAUGURATES AN EXHIBITION BY FELIPE MUJICA IN COLLABORATION WITH THE MICCOSUKEE TRIBE IN SOUTH FLORIDA
Felipe Mujica: The Swaying Motion on the Bank of the River Falls highlights the ecological and cultural diversity of South Florida in collaboration with the Miccosukee tribe. It features an installation of over 20 new fabric panels, or “curtains,” that spatially interact with the museum as well as function as visual, tactile and conceptual surfaces of inclusion, dialogue, specifically with the tradition of Patchwork of the Miccosukee Tribe. The project is the result of a years-long collaboration between the Chilean artist and Khadijah Cypress, a Miccosukee artisan.