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EL DORADO AT AMERICAS SOCIETY, NEW YORK
El Dorado: Myths of Gold is an extensively researched, impeccably installed exhibition featuring one-hundred objects and artworks from the Pre-Columbian period to the 21st century by sixty artists.
TROPICAL: STORIES FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA
National Gallery Singapore presents Tropical: Stories from Southeast Asia and Latin America, a major exhibition that takes a comparative approach towards the complex histories of art across these two regions.
A COLLECTIVE EXPLORATION ON TEXTILE TRADITION
To Weave the Sky: Textile Abstractions al Espacio 23 celebrates numerous textile-based works from the Pérez collection –many of which have never been publicly exhibited before – and engages these acquisitions as focal points from which to structure creative dialogues with artworks presented in other mediums.
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.
arteba 2023: A PROLIFIC EDITION IN VISITORS AND SALES
For the second time at the Costa Salguero Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the arteba Foundation held a new edition of its contemporary art fair, where artists, gallery owners, collectors, curators, cultural referents and a massive public attracted by a renewed proposal converged.
REVISION OF LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY IN MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ART
The Minneapolis Institute of Art presented a new exhibition, in partnership with the Denver Art Museum. ReVisión: Art in the Americas provides a poignant look into the history of Latin America.
EUROPEAN GALLERIES AND LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS AT ART BASEL 2023
Europe galleries meet Latin American artists at Art Basel: Nohemí Pérez, Ernesto Neto, Carlos Garaicoa, Alejandro Cesarco, Jesús R. Soto, Manuel Solano, Bayrol Jiménez, Paolo Salvador, Dalton Gata, Ad Minoliti, Rafa Silvares and Jorge Méndez Blake.
SIX LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS FROM US GALLERIES AT ART BASEL 2023
During Art Basel 2023, US galleries are representing Latin American artists such as Tomás Saraceno, Ernesto Neto, Belkis Ayón, Lucas Arruda, Óscar Murillo and Félix González-Torres.
LATIN AMERICAN GALLERIES AT ART BASEL 2023
Art Basel 2023 featured over 200 leading galleries and more than 4000 artists, where Latin-American galleries from Colombia, Mexico and Brazil, among other countries, participated.
OPEN CALL: ART AND EDUCATION IN LATIN AMERICA
LA ESCUELA__ invites artists, architects, scholars, educators, collectives, and community organizations to collaborate in the creation of artistic projects and research texts that link art and education in Latin America. The deadline to apply is June 15th, 2023.
THREE LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS AT MoMA
MoMA opened Chosen Memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond, an exhibition that brings together 65 works by Latin American artists who have a special interest in history.
BLANTON MUSEUM ANNOUNCES FIRST CURATOR OF LATINO ART
The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin announces the appointment of Dr. Claudia Zapata as the museum's first Associate Curator of Latino Art.
LATIN AMERICAN IDENTITY IN CONTEMPORARY ART AND CRITICISM. INTERVIEW WITH GERARDO MOSQUERA
Gerardo Mosquera is a Cuban-born art historian, critic, and curator. He is recognized for his contributions to the field of Latin American art and has worked extensively in the international art world.
JEAN TERRA NOMINATED IN SP ARTE FOR THE 2023 EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award –together with ArtNexus– presented Jean Terra, from Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), as the SP ARTE fair selected artist for its annual acquisition award.
GIRO GRÁFICO IN MUAC: AS IN THE IVY WALL
This exhibition at the Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo de México presents graphic actions in public space carried out by activists and artists at the intersection of art/politics in Latin America.
ABALOS AUSTRALIS - 13TH MERCOSUR BIENNIAL - TRAUMA, DREAM AND ESCAPE
The 13th edition of the Mercosul Biennial, anchored in the Trauma, dream and flight tripod and finished last November, had encouraging developments, especially due to the outstanding presence of emerging artists, the strong contact with the public and the resumption of powerful spaces and traditional attractions of the event, such as the Cais do Porto. However, there were problems in the organization of the exhibition, the most serious episode of which was the '(dis)invitation' of names to exhibit works, and a certain frustration with pieces that would have a technological appeal.
PINTA MIAMI - CELEBRATION OF A 2022 WITH DIALOGUE, DYNAMICS AND SUCCESS
Pinta Miami concludes the 2022 cultural agenda with more than 14,000 visitors, 48 institutions and 28 cities present. The fair at The Hangar, Coconut Grove led to good sales and a record number of awards. Pinta closes the year with extensive ground covered and is preparing to continue growing on both sides of the Atlantic.
PINTA MIAMI 2022 INAUGURATES AND BRINGS SPECIAL PROJECTS AND DEEP CHANGES INTO THE END OF YEAR
Pinta Miami inaugurates today, and within the concepts of change and processes, the Special Projects section presents works by Carlos Medina, Richard Garet, Muu Blanco and Julia Zurilla.
RECIPROCITY IN EMERGING ART – NEXT AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
Curated by Florencia Portocarrero, NEXT is a new section at Pinta Miami 2022 that functions as an innovative and inclusive platform that allows the fair's audience to discover the latest and emerging art from Latin America. The curatorial structure is based on dialogue and collaboration between galleries. As a result, in five booths, NEXT brings together ten galleries and twelve artists.
HISTORICAL TIES IN CONTEMPORARY DELIGHT AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
PINTA MIAMI IS COMING TO THE GROVE
Pinta Miami celebrates its sixteenth iteration in The Hangar, the new venue in the artistic community of Coconut Grove. The Fair presents Latin American and Spanish modern and contemporary art at geographical crossroads. During Miami Art Week, new visitors will connect with larger national and global art enthusiasts and collectors in this landmark building of singular distinction.
RAFAEL VILLARES, THE Ch.ACO 2022 SELECTED ARTIST FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award –in collaboration with ArtNexus– presented the Ch.ACO 2022 selected artist, Rafael Villares, as one of the finalists for the company’s annual acquisition award. The winner will be announced at Pinta Miami this week.
NEW FRONTIERS AND INITIATIVES BY PINTA MIAMI 2022
Pinta comes to The Grove! 48 art institutions - 28 cities - 17 countries
MoMA ANNOUNCES MAJOR EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS, TO OPEN IN SPRING 2023
The exhibition will feature works donated to the museum by the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, as well as news acquisitions, loans and commissions from the late 1980s to the present.
20 YEARS AFTER THE INAUGURATION OF CURRICULUM CERO, RUTH BENZACAR GALLERY LAUNCHES NEW CALL FOR ENTRIES
Ruth Benzacar launches a new call for entries to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Currículum Cero, the gallery's visual arts competition. The new edition focuses on proposals, with no age limits. The deadline for registration is October 31, 2022.
PLURAL DOMAINS: AN EXHIBITION WITH SELECTED PIECES FROM THE CISNEROS FONTANALS ART FOUNDATION’S COLLECTION
The Museo de Arte de Zapopan presents selected works from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) to explore -and question- the ways contemporary Latin American art and its main exponents are conceived.
PINTA SUD ASU: WHAT THE FIRST EDITION OF THIS PROGRAM LEFT IN ASUNCIÓN, PARAGUAY.
In the past first week of August, from 1 to 7, the first edition of Pinta Sud ASU was held in the city of Asunción, Paraguay. This is a special program dedicated to promoting and giving visibility to Paraguayan contemporary art on the local and international scene, and which seeks to generate environments of cooperation and exchange between various public and private sectors of the Paraguayan cultural scene.
CONSTELAÇÃO: A TRIBUTE TO CLARICE LISPECTOR
Celebrating the work and legacy of the writer Clarice Lispector (1920-1977), the IMS brings the exhibition Constelação Clarice. An investigation into the poetics of the author, curated by Eucanaã Ferraz and Veronica Stigger, the exhibition brings together approximately 300 pieces, including manuscripts, photographs, letters, records, press materials and other documents.
NEW YORK - EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO EXHIBITS POPULAR PAINTERS & OTHER VISIONARIES
Popular Painters and Other Visionaries examines the practices of 35 artists working on the margins of modernism and the mainstream art world throughout the Americas around the mid-20th century.