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HOW WE REMEMBER TOMORROW
How we remember tomorrow, an exhibition at the University of Queensland Art Museum celebrates storytelling across generations, through oceans and waterways and transcending eras and perspectives.
THE BRAZILIAN PAVILION AT THE 2024 VENICE BIENNALE
Ka’a Pûera: we are walking birds, Brazil’s participation at the 60th International Venice Biennale, features the resistance and artistic production of Brazil’s native peoples, updating the problematic issues of colonization.
ANTONIO BRICEÑO REFLECTS ON THE VULNERABILITY AND SPLENDOR OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES
Born in Venezuela, Antonio Briceño is a photographer and biologist. His series Dioses de América. Panteón natural (Gods of America. Natural Pantheon) participates in the Special Project Amazonia of Pinta Miami 2023. He has been working for more than 20 years on this series, whose purpose is to make visible the indigenous mythologies that have survived Christianity and colonialism, but are still in danger of extinction.
AMERICAN CIVILIZATIONS' TRAIL IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
Fundación Juan March presents at its Madrid headquarters Antes de América (Before America), an exhibition that reveals the imprint of ancient American civilizations on modern and contemporary culture.
NICHOLAS GALANIN: INTERFERENCE PATTERNS AT SITE SANTA FE
Interference Patterns is a solo exhibition of new and recent work by multidisciplinary Tlingit and Unangax̂ artist Nicholas Galanin at SITE Santa Fe. Rooted in his relationship to Land, Indigenous visual language, and thought, Galanin merges conceptual and material practices in his expansive creative approach.
SHEROANAWE HAKIHIIWE: YANOMAMI COSMOLOGY AT MASP
The exhibition All this is us by Yanomami artist Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe at MASP presented 48 works with the mission to preserve his community’s cultural value.
MASP LANDMANN LONG-TERM LOAN – PRE-COLUMBIAN CERAMICS AND METALS
The museum inaugurated the second of two exhibitions devoted to MASP Landmann long-term loan, with 906 pieces brought to the Museum in 2016, remaining until 2026.
ADRIANA ALMADA AT THE SECOND EDITION OF PINTA SUD ASU 2023
Adriana Almada is an art critic, curator and writer. Her area of work and reflection is contemporary art, both in terms of artistic production as well as exhibition, curatorship and collecting. Once again, she is the main curator of Pinta Sud | ASU, where she seeks to raise visibility of the contemporary Paraguayan art scene through exhibitions, talks and visits to galleries and other art spaces.
BLANTON MUSEUM PRESENTS MAJOR EXHIBITION OF ANCIENT MAYA ART
The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin presents Forces of Nature: Ancient Maya Art from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, an exploration into the rich world of the supernatural in Maya art of the Classic period (250–900 CE), featuring 200 objects from LACMA's renowned collection of Ancient American art.
NAOMI RINCÓN GALLARDO PRESENTS THE TZITZIMIME TRILOGY AT LA CASA ENCENDIDA
The Tzitzimime Trilogy consists of three films: Versos de porquería (2021), Soneto de alimañas (2022), and Eclipse (2023) premiering at Casa Encendida.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM ANNOUNCES DARIENNE TURNER AS CURATOR OF INDIGENOUS ART
The Brooklyn Museum expands curatorial team with the appointment of Darienne Turner as the Curator of Indigenous Art.
CLAUDIA ANDUJAR AND THE YANOMAMI STRUGGLE AT MUAC
Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami Struggle is the first major international retrospective at the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) dedicated to the long collaboration between Brazilian artist and activist Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami people.