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PROYECTOS ULTRAVIOLETA EXHIBITS RIOS DE GENTE (RIVERS OF PEOPLE)

Proyectos Ultravioleta presents Ríos de Gente (Rivers of People), the second solo show by Regina José Galindo at the gallery, dedicated to Bernardo Caal, defender of the water, the earth, and of the rights of indigenous peoples.

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PROYECTOS ULTRAVIOLETA EXHIBITS RIOS DE GENTE (RIVERS OF PEOPLE)

DISTENSIONES – PRESENT REVELATIONS OF A PAST OF ANTITHESIS

Exhibited at La Galería Rebelde (Guatemala City – Los Ángeles), Distensiones is a story, a metaphor of life, of technology versus nature, of the symbiosis and juxtaposition of the evolution of the human being. Within this series there is also a personal narrative of travels, experiences and connections with past generations and personal visions.

By Mercedes Abella
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DISTENSIONES – PRESENT REVELATIONS OF A PAST OF ANTITHESIS

By Mercedes Abella
DAY 2 OF ARCOmadrid WITH AN OUTSTANDING LATIN AMERICAN PRESENCE

As a novelty this year, the presence of Latin America takes a different role and adjusted to reality. ARCOmadrid incorporates the REMITENTE. Latin American Art section, produced with the complicity of Mariano Mayer. The proposal shows the importance of Latin American art at the Fair and its essence is to facilitate and support the galleries that this time cannot travel to Madrid.

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DAY 2 OF ARCOmadrid WITH AN OUTSTANDING LATIN AMERICAN PRESENCE

EDGAR CALEL QUESTIONS THE FETICHISMS AROUND INDIGENEITY

The artista exhibits Pa tu run ché (From the treetop) in Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City.

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EDGAR CALEL QUESTIONS THE FETICHISMS AROUND INDIGENEITY

"IN THIS BIENNIAL, ART HAS THE ROLE OF BREAKING THE ESTABLISHED SILENCE." INTERVIEW WITH ALEXIA TALA

Alexia Tala is curator of the 22nd Bienal de Arte Paiz that is taking place in Guatemala until June 7. The Biennial of Arte Paiz Guatemala is the most important in the country and the oldest in Latin America.

By Ilaria Landini
Interviews

"IN THIS BIENNIAL, ART HAS THE ROLE OF BREAKING THE ESTABLISHED SILENCE." INTERVIEW WITH ALEXIA TALA

By Ilaria Landini
PAZ ERRÁZURIZ: THE GREATNESS OF THE MARGIN

Probably anyone who is interested in the visual arts within the Latin American scene will be familiar with the work of the Chilean artist Paz Errázuriz. Her impressive work is characterized, above all, in working, through photography, themes linked to oblivion, marginality and exclusion, showing a particular interest in portraying those people that society, for various reasons, has left aside. This year, Errázuriz took a privileged spot at the 22nd Paiz Perdidos Art Biennial Perdidos. en Medio. Juntos. (Lost. In Between. Together) and she presents during the months of May and June a solo exhibition entitled La grandeza del margen (The Greatness of the Margin). From this exhibition, I find especially notable the Trans Guatemala (2020) and Sepur Zarco (2020) series, two unpublished series where problems of great contingency are evident.

By Jacinta Marín
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PAZ ERRÁZURIZ: THE GREATNESS OF THE MARGIN

By Jacinta Marín
June 02, 2021