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POST-HUMANISM AND COLLABORATION. AN INTERVIEW WITH TRINIDAD METZ BREA
Argentine artist Trinidad Metz Brea is part of the 2023 edition of Pinta Miami, within the NEXT section that presents emerging artists from Latin America. In an interview with Arte al Día, she explores the contradictions and challenges of our present and how this is the seedbed for her sculptures, murals and post-human figures.
MANOELA MEDEIROS ESCAPES ARTISTIC DEFINITIONS AND EXPLORES THE EVOLUTION OF THE NON-PLACE
In her practice, Brazilian artist Manoela Medeiros questions artistic media by going beyond their conventional formats, producing paintings and in situ installations that explore the relationships between space, time, and the corporeality of art and of the viewer. Together with Felipe Cohen, they are part of Kubik Gallery’s proposal for Pinta Miami 2023.
INFINITE REALITIES OF GRONDONA AND GÓMEZ CANLE ON PINTA'S RADAR
CLEMENCIA ECHEVERRI NOMINATED IN ArtBo FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, presented the ArtBo nominated artist as a finalist for its annual acquisition award. Clemencia Echeverri from Bogotá, represented by Rolf Art gallery, Buenos Aires, adds up to the list of selected artists. The winner will be announced at Pinta Miami during Art Week in Miami.
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.
JOSÉ DELGADO ZUÑIGA’S SOLO EXHIBITION AT MAP
Marquez Art Projects presents Cusp, a new body of work by José Delgado Zuñiga. In dynamic paintings and drawings that explode with surreal, humorous and intensely personal images, Zuñiga reflects the complexities of Chicano experiences, with a focus on the formation of identity and freedom.
GIULIANA VIDARTE: "THROUGH EXHIBITIONS WE CAN LOOK AT THE PAST IN ORDER TO THINK ABOUT TODAY"
Giuliana Vidarte is a curator, art historian and teacher. Her work focuses on the rewriting of history from the perspective of the discourse of the Peruvian Amazon. In an interview with Arte al Día, she talks about her career and how she developed the curatorial proposal for the NEXT section for Pinta Miami 2023.
SASHA GORDON’S SURREAL SCENES AT ICA MIAMI
ICA Miami presents the first solo museum presentation for New York–based artist Sasha Gordon, Surrogate Self. The surreal paintings and drawings that Gordon creates explore the complexities of bodily experience in gorgeous and hyper-realistic detail.
D+C FOUNDATION ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
Since the D+C Foundation’s Residency Program started –in 2022–, mid-career artists such as Sandra Monterroso, Jeronimo Villa, Guillermo García Cruz, Youdhisthir Maharjan and Loris Cecchini participated. The 2024 selected residents will be announced soon.
MELISSA WALLEN’S PORTAL PAINTINGS
Laundromat Art Space presented Worlds Behind You, the debut solo exhibition by Miami-based artist Melissa Wallen. Curated by Ray-Anthony Eddie, the presentation comprises several new and recent works from the artist’s ongoing series of dream-like “portal” paintings.
PINTA MIAMI 2023: A PORTAL TO THE AMAZON
THE DOMINATING FORCE OF COLORS AT NSU ART MUSEUM
NSU ART Museum Fort Lauderdale presented Glory of the World: Color Field Painting, an exhibition exploring Color Field, a tendency in mid-twentieth century American abstract painting in which vast areas of color appear as the dominating force.
FIGURATION AND CONCEPTUALISM IN CRAIG ROBINS COLLECTION
The Craig Robins Collection in Miami is comprised of over 1300 pieces of contemporary art and innovative design, and exhibited within the Dacra headquarters in the Miami Design District. The 2023-2024 exhibition is titled A Train of Thoughts, focusing on two core subgroups from the collection holdings: figuration and conceptualism.
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.
PINTA MIAMI 2023: A NEW EDITION COMITTED TO THE DISSEMINATION OF CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN ART
ON THE EDGE OF VISIBILITY: AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
Focused on Black and Indigenous women and non-binary artists, On the edge of visibility – An international Symposium will focus on photographic practices within three broad geographical zones: Latin American, the Caribbean, and the United States.