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SARACENO’S CATHOLIC CONFESSIONAL BOX INSTALLATION
Life(s) of Webs, arachnophobias, arachnophilias, and other stories is a permanent installation at Chiesa della Madonna del Carmine, Palazzo Lanfranchi by Tomás Saraceno, arrived in Matera, Italy with a project of the Matera Basilicata 2019 Foundation in collaboration with the National Museum of Matera.
JOANA VASCONCELOS’ MAGICAL WORLD AT THE OSCAR NIEMEYER MUSEUM
Extravagances is Portuguese artist Joava Vasconcelos’ largest solo show at Brazil in the Oscar Niemeyer Museum (MON). Curated by Marc Pottier, the exhibition invites the audience to an immersion into the magical world of the artist.
PINTA MIAMI 2023: A PORTAL TO THE AMAZON
ART, ART AND MORE ART! MARTA MINUJÍN AT THE PINACOTECA OF SÃO PAULO
The exhibition Marta Minujín: Vive at the Pinacoteca de São Paulo is the first panoramic exhibition in Brazil of one of the most important Latin American artists of her generation.
LIGIA D'ANDREA: VISUAL POETRY THAT ESCAPES FROM TWO-DIMENSIONALITY (part 2)
LIGIA D'ANDREA: VISUAL POETRY THAT ESCAPES FROM TWO-DIMENSIONALITY (part 1)
THE SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATION BY JOAQUÍN SÁNCHEZ AT CASA M
Within the framework of Pinta Sud ASU 2023 in Asunción, Paraguay, Casa M becomes for a few days the perfect setting for the site-specific intervention by artist Joaquín Sánchez, entitled The architecture of the body. Poetics of space and other fictions.
CARLOS BUNGA’S NEW INSTALLATION AT SARASOTA ART MUSEUM
For the exhibition Reassembling Split Light at Sarasota Art Museum, Carlos Bunga will create a temporary cardboard structure in the 30-foot-high Koski Gallery located on the Museum’s third floor. Beginning and ending as a dialogue with the existing architecture, this installation will transform the gallery’s spatial configuration for the duration of the exhibition. By deploying light as his primary conceptual basis, just as James Turrell has done before him, Bunga explains that he will sculpt light, which cannot be touched, but only felt viscerally.
TOMÁS SARACENO IN COLLABORATION: WEB(S) OF LIFE IN SERPENTINE SOUTH GALLERY
Tomás Saraceno launched in Serpentine South Gallery a living collaborative and multi-species exhibition that delves into how different life forms, technologies and energy systems are connected in the climate emergency.
QUESTIONING AND REDEMPTION IN COLOMBIAN ARTIST ROBERTO OCHOA'S INSTALLATION
Caliban. Roberto Ochoa at the Medellín Modern Art Museum.
RETORNO SOLAR. THE MAC LIMA ART AND INNOVATION AWARD 2022
The project Retorno Solar (Solar Return) by Luis Enrique Zela-Koort, winner of the MAC Lima Art and Innovation Award 2022, proposes to return to the Sun as the representation of all that exists and has existed, witness and creative agent of the facts of the history of the Earth and of the fragment that, in this case, represents the history of humanity.
HELEN ESCOBEDO: AMBIENTES TOTALES AT MARCO
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey (MARCO) presents the exhibition Helen Escobedo: Ambientes totales (Total Environments), which offers a contemporary look at one of the pioneers of installation art in Mexico.
TRAPEZE CONTORTIONISTS: THE INSTALLATION BY DUVAL-CARRIÉ IN MIAMI BEACH
Miami Beach launches Elevate Española, a dedicated art presentation site that will commission installations suspended above the Española Way corridor, including Haitian-born artist Edouard Duval-Carrié’s installation.
OFFERING TO THE SUN, THE EXHIBITION OF FLORENCIA SADIR THAT EXPLORES THE GROUND AND ITS POSSIBILITES
The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires presents the first solo exhibition of the young Argentine artist Florencia Sadir.
DORIS SALCEDO’S REFUGEES HOMAGE IN PALIMPSEST
In a large-scale installation, the Foundation Beyeler presents Palimpsest by internationally acclaimed Colombian artist Doris Salcedo. The exhibition is dedicated to the refugees and migrants who over the past twenty years have died attempting dangerous journeys across the Mediterranean or the Atlantic in search of a better life in Europe.
IN THE DEPTH HEAT LEAKS. THE EXHIBITION OF LAURE PROUVOST
Currently on view at La Casa Encendida, In the depth heat leaks is Prouvost's first solo show in Spain and traces the path of a 12-year period in which she has produced five audiovisual installations.
A SHARED AND OPTIMISTIC FUTURE IN LANDSCAPE AND HIERARCHIES, THE EXHIBITION BY ALEXANDRE ARRECHEA.
ArtYard inaugurated the new exhibition by Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea. LANDSCAPE AND HIERARCHIES explores the relationship between the individual and the collective, and the domino effect that human actions may have on society and nature.
THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM PRESENTS “DEATH TO THE LIVING, LONG LIVE TRASH” BY DUKE RILEY
The artist has created a full-fledged maritime museum within the walls of the Brooklyn Museum, debuting approximately 250 new and recent works made entirely out of discarded plastic found in New York waterways. DEATH TO THE LIVING, Long Live Trash, a critical, provocative look at the ecological impact of capitalism across centuries, connects the history of American maritime art to current themes of environmental justice.
CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ: CHROMOSATURATION AT PAMM
Acquired for PAMM’s collection in 2020 with funds provided by Jorge M. Pérez, Chromosaturation is an immersive environment that reimagines color as an embodied experience.
RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER: "PULSE TOPOLOGY" AT DESIGN MIAMI/BASEL
Presented by Superblue and BMW i, this art installation uses new technology to create an immersive chorus of 6,000 heartbeats. "Pulse Topology" will be presented in the foyer of Design Miami/ Basel from June 14 to 19.
CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE AT FUNDACIÓN PROA BUENOS AIRES
Organized by Fundación Proa with the collaboration of the Estate of Christo V. Javacheff and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Atchugarry; curated by Lorenza Giovanelli. The retrospective exhibition Christo and Jeanne-Claude presents an exhaustive fundamental territory of concepts and images to appreciate the art of the second half of the twentieth century. The appropriation of public property, wrapping monuments and transforming the natural space with their interventions brings us closer to one of the most relevant trends in artistic practice.
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
HÉLIO OITICICA’S INSTALLATION IN NEW YORK
Exhibited at the Spcrates Sculpture Park, in collaboration with Projeto Hélio Oiticica and Americas Society. Titled Subterranean Tropicália Projects: PN15 1971/2022, this immersive environment is the first realization of a never-before-executed idea by the late Brazilian artist.
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.
GUADALUPE MARAVILLA: TIERRA BLANCA JOVEN
The exhibition Tierra Blanca Joven at the Brooklyn Museum, draws from the artist’s own experiences as an undocumented immigrant and cancer survivor to weave together themes of displacement, illness, recovery, and healing in new and existing works; objects from the Museum’s Maya art collection; and a Healing Room.
BETWEEN SUNRISE AND SUNSET - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
The National Pavilion UAE exhibitis Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim: Between Sunrise and Sunset at the Biennale Arte 2022 (Venice Biennale). Curated by Maya Allison, Executive Director of The New York University Abu Dhabi Art Gallery, the exhibition presents an installation of human-sized, abstract and organic sculptural forms.
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.