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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.
RAPHAEL MONTAÑEZ ORTIZ AT MUSEO DEL BARRIO
El Museo del Barrio presents Raphael Montañez Ortiz: A Contextual Retrospective, from April 14th to September 11th, 2022, the first large-scale exhibition dedicated to the artist, activist, educator and founder of El Museo del Barrio, since 1988. Curated by El Museo’s chief curator, Rodrigo Moura, and guest curator Julieta González, the exhibition spans several decades of his production, from the 1950s to the early 2020s, in different media such as film, painting, photography, video installations, documents, and assemblages. This is the largest exhibition-to-date dedicated to the artist.
AUSTRALIA EXHIBITS FUSINATO’S “DESASTRES” AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
The Australia Council for the Arts has announced the first details of Marco Fusinato’s presentation at the Venice Biennale 2022, curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor and titled ‘DESASTRES’.
ES BALUARD MUSEU EXHIBITS "MOUNIR FATMI: WHILE THE STORM ARRIVES"
While the Storm Arrives is a project for our tumultuous times in which mounir fatmi assesses the sheer weight of accounts and commentaries we increasingly have to bear—physically and intellectually violent narratives that have marked our past and are now shaping our future.
AUSTRIAN PAIVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
For the Austrian Pavilion in Venice in 2022, Jakob Lena Knebl and Ashley Hans Scheirl have conceived stage-like installations, entitled Invitation of the Soft Machine and Her Angry Body Parts, in which they unfurl their entire artistic cosmos – from paintings, sculptures, textile works, photographs, text and video to a fashion collection and a publication in the form of a magazine. These “spaces of desire” upset conventional notions of museum presentations and subvert the hierarchies of art and design, of high and low.
IGNASI ABALLÍ EXHIBITS AT THE MEADOWS MUSEUM IN DALLAS
The Meadows Museum, SMU, presents an exhibition by the Spanish conceptual artist Ignasi Aballí (b. 1958), ahead of his solo presentation at the Spanish Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale.
THE SHAPES OF COLOR AS PRESENTED BY FEDERICO HERRERO
Kunsthalle Lissabon presents Tactiles, the first solo show in Portugal by the Costa Rican artist Federico Herrero.
BLACK STAR – GHANA PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
Following its highly acclaimed debut at the 2019 Biennale, Ghana will present the exhibition Black Star—The Museum as Freedom for the Ghana Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition—la Biennale di Venezia in 2022. With the patronage of Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and curatorship by Nana Oforiatta Ayim, the featured artists are Na Chainkua Reindorf, Afroscope and Diego Araúja.
FANTASTIC INTERIOR AT THE CASA ENCENDIDA – MONTEMADRID FOUNDATION
Fantastic Interior is made up of four scenes, interventions that take place throughout the year by four different artists, whose common thread is issues such as intimacy, self-care and the construction of subjectivity. Through the practice of these artists -Ad Minoliti, Marina González Guerreiro, Eva Kot'átková and Korakrit Arunanondchai-, the curator Rafa Barber Cortell invites us to think about the imaginary that has been created around the "inner world".
THE PERIPHERY OF THE AGONY: TERESA MARGOLLES
Mexican artist, Teresa Margolles, transfers the space of death to the sphere of art, a metaphor par excellence of the border, of a limit that paradoxically is reached only when we are no longer and, therefore, we will no longer be able to tell it. An attempt to counter addiction and impotence in the face of daily tragedies such as gender violence or the exploitation of illegal immigration, caused by the inaction of governments and by a melodramatic or sensationalistic media exploitation.
FROM PARTICIPATION TO IMMERSION
A few decades ago, the art utopia consisted of incorporating the viewer into the work, either physically or sensorially. Frank Popper called these practices with the term "participation art".
ROLF ART OBTAINS THE LEXUS AWARD FOR THE BEST STAND AT ARCOmadrid
Lexus, official partner of ARCOmadrid 2022, awarded for the second year the Prize for the Best Stand and Artistic Content of the edition with a prize of 10,000 euros. The purpose of the award is to highlight not only the great work that all the artists do in their galleries, but also those who stand out for their great presentation.
IVÁN ARGOTE WINS LAND ART COMMISSION IN DUBLIN
Sculpture Dublin announced Iván Argote as the winner of the St. Anne's Park land art commission.
OSCAR MURILLO JOINS KURIMANZUTTO
Oscar Murillo has developed a multifaceted and inventive art practice, which constantly probes questions of collectivity and shared culture, while being fundamentally connected to the affective qualities of different materials.
AMARANTUS - MARIANA CASTILLO DEBALL’S FIRST RETROSPECTIVE
Amarantus is the first retrospective in Mexico of Mariana Castillo Deball's art, who has created a vast body of work in the space between science, narrative, fiction and the visual arts, as well as their relationship with the ways in which Mexico’s precolonial history has been appropriated and investigated at different times.
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.
CARLOS GUINZBURG IN BUENOS AIRES: AN ODE TO SUSTAINABILITY, SCIENCE AND ART
Almost 51 years after the inauguration of an artwork that extolled communication and symbiosis between non-human living beings, science has now come to reinforce and update artistic concepts, with the reversion of an exhibition by the renowned Argentine artist Carlos Ginzburg. The conceptual and theoretical artist returned to Buenos Aires with the exhibition "MYCORHIZES: Trees communicate with each other through an ecological internet formed by the root-fungus symbiosis". The exhibition takes place within the framework of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South (BIENALSUR 2021), and can be visited at the MUNTREF Sede Hotel de Inmigrantes, kilometer 0 of the international biennial that emerged at the University of Tres de Febrero in Argentina and is held in 50 cities around the world.
THE BEAUTY OF DANGER AS STIMULUS – NAN GONZÁLEZ IN PINTA CONCEPT
With the curatorship of Félix Suazo, Pinta Miami 2021 becomes a scenario for immersive and thought provoking installations. The aim of Pinta’s section Special Projects is to accentuate the individuality and artistry of contemporary artists who, through their works and installations, bring to life the concerns and possibilities of the near future.
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.
JORGE PARDO’S EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF ART AND DESIGN, MIAMI
Titled Mongrel, this site-specific installation transforms MOAD’s largest gallery into a dynamic interior that evokes domestic space and the artist’s early experiences as a Cuban refugee. A series of twenty-five new drawings created expressly for this exhibition meld a wide variety of images into arresting abstractions of pulsing color and form, while still occasionally revealing their representational sources.
TWO EXHIBITIONS AT JUMEX THAT REFLECT ON HEAT AS A TRANSITIONAL AXIS
Until February 13th, 2022, Museo Jumex will present two exhibitions in dialogue; the solo show Sofía Táboas: Gama térmica (Sofía Táboas: Thermal Range), organized by Kit Hammonds, Curator in Chief, and Colección Jumex: Temperatura ambiente (Jumex Collection: Ambient Temperature), curated by the artist Sofía Táboas.
FROM TRAGIC ARCHIVES, CONTEMPORARY ART
Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma exhibits “The Archive of Dust: An Ongoing Project”, an exhaustive overview of the fundamental lines that characterize Elena del Rivero’s (Valencia, 1949) work gravitating around the attacks of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, in New York. The project deals with loss, the collective memory and pain, as well as with the construction of the existential pillars that make up the beliefs and values of society to rethink the future.
BIENALSUR INTERVENES THE GERMAN EMBASSY IN BUENOS AIRES
The work of Carola Zech, Argentinian artist of German descent, arrived, starting September 25th, at the German Embassy in Buenos Aires. A site-specific intervention, “Al azar del viento” (At the wind’s random will) is curated by Diana Weschler, also of German descent, and can be visited until November 28th as part of BIENALSUR 2021’s expositions.
BETWEEN CULTURE AND NATURE - BIENALSUR IINSTALLATIONS N SWITZERLAND
How to situate the artistic dimension - and with it the reflection on the environment and the human condition - in a natural landscape that dazzles those who inhabit it?
KIMSOOJA AND BIENALSUR: THE NOMAD EXPERIENCE OF THREE EXHIBITIONS
The acclaimed Korean artist Kimsooja will inaugurate on Wednesday September 22nd the last part of her trilogy of simultaneous exhibitions through which she landed in Buenos Aires. Chapter 3: Kimsooja. An inner experience arrives at the Korean Cultural Center in the Argentine capital as a part of Bienalsur 2021, the biennial that emerged at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero and that now takes place simultaneously in more than 124 venues, 23 countries and 50 cities around the world, with the participation of about 400 artists.
L'ARC DE TRIOMPHE, VICTIM OF ART
By next Saturday, September 18, visitors will be able to view Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s completed artwork L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped, Paris, 1961-2021. In accordance with Christo’s wishes, the artwork is being completed by his team in partnership with the Centre des monuments nationaux (CMN) and with the support of the Centre Pompidou and the City of Paris.
FROM SAUDI ARABIA TO BUENOS AIRES: MUHANNAD SHONO IN BIENALSUR
The Saudi artist presents his work for the first time in Argentina in the framework of BIENALSUR 2021. Under the curatorial axis Politics of art, his solo exhibition “Silence still inhabits us” opened at the MUNTREF Sede Hotel de Inmigrantes. Its curator, Diana Wechsler, states that this exhibition reflects on the memory of culture and language, and surprises with a strongly poetic installation about words. Muhannad Shono's production includes intimate drawings, large-scale sculptures, and robotic and technological pieces, with a personal style characterized by versatility and disinhibition.
“OLGA DE AMARAL: TO WEAVE A ROCK” AT THE HOUSTON MUSEUM
Olga de Amaral has pioneered her own visual language within the fiber arts movement. Her radical experimentation with color, form, material, composition, and space transforms weaving from a flat design element into an architectural component that defies the confines of any genre or medium.
ART AND ECOLOGY: BIENALSUR IN CUENCA, ECUADOR
BIENALSUR 2021, the third edition of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South, opens in Cuenca, Ecuador, the exhibition Juliana Vidal. The Silence of Forms in the Municipal Museum of Modern Art. Vidal (Cuenca, Ecuador, 1993) has been developing a subtle poetics of the imprint - intimately linked to time and memory - using alginate, a chemical substance sensitive to the impression of physical signals. The renowned writer and curator Cristóbal Zapata, who directed the Cuenca Art Biennial, joins BIENALSUR to curate this necessary and intelligent exhibition.
CONTEMPORANEITY OR FICTION? BIENALSUR INAUGURATES “LITERATURE OF THE SELF”
It’ll be the third time that BIENALSUR comes to the Brazilian embassy in Buenos Aires, in the imposing Pereda Palace. Starting September 8th, Paula Parisot, the Rio-born artist, will be presenting her exhibition Literatura del yo (“Literature of the self”), curated by Argentinian María José Herrera.