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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.
PÉREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI PRESENTS JOAN DIDION’S EXHIBITION
What she means, curated by Hilton Als at Pérez Art Museum, is an exhibition that portraits Joan Didion featuring over 200 works by 50 artists, including Betye Saar, Ana Mendieta, and Felix Gonzalez-Torres, among many others.
OPEN CALL TO BECOME A PART OF PAMM’S CARIBBEAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE (CCI)
The CCI is a curatorial and research platform at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) that promotes the art of the Caribbean and its diasporas through scholarship, exhibitions, fellowships, public programs, and collection development. Deadline to apply June 15th, 2023.
CANVASES THAT SPEAK
The exhibition Claro que sí (Of course it is) by Mariana Ferrari (1975, Tucumán, Argentina) is on display at Tomás Redrado Art.
CALL FOR PINTA MIAMI 2023: LAST DAYS TO APPLY!
The 2023 edition of Pinta Miami will take from December 7th to 10th at The Hangar in Coconut Grove, Miami, USA. The deadline for the call for artists is May 15, 2023.
TO DRESS GODS: ABOUT PURPLE SPELL BY SANTIAGO PAREDES AND BRIGITTE HOFFMAN
In March 1985, a breakthrough in filmmaking was released in United States’ theaters. Signed by Woody Allen and titled "The Purple Rose of Cairo", the search for the purple rose is nothing more than a way of approaching the impossible.
LOVE IS CALLING: YAYOI KUSAMA AT PAMM
Pérez Art Museum Miami presents Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING, the most immersive and kaleidoscopic of the artist’s renowned Infinity Mirror Rooms.
MUSEUM OF ART AND DESIGN AT MDC PRESENTED RAFAEL DOMENECH: ESTUARY
The Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC) presents Estuary [Pavilion for MOAD], a work by Cuban American artist Rafael Domenech.
FROM ARGENTINA TO THE WORLD: MERIDIANO'S PARTICIPATION IN MIAMI ART WEEK 2022
Meridiano, the Argentine Chamber of Art Galleries, closed the year with the great participation of 15 galleries in some of the most important art fairs held in Miami: Art Basel Miami Beach, Pinta, Untitled Art and N.A.D.A.
MICHEL MAJERUS: PROGRESSIVE AESTHETICS
The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA Miami) presents Progressive Aesthetics, an exhibition by Michel Majerus wich explores de late artist’s prescient work by taking up his rich and varied interpretations of capitalism and cultural imperialism as they relate to art in American culture.
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 TRIBUTES IDES KIHLEN IN RED, BLACK AND WHITE
In its sixteenth edition, Pinta Miami pays tribute to Ides Kihlen in collaboration with the Aina Nowack / AAC gallery. Kihlen's works, exhibited both internationally and in the main Argentine museums, have sparked attention only recently but very heartily. Pinta seeks to honor this relentless artist whose rhythms and gestures express a playful intuition.
PINTA MIAMI IN ALL SHAPES AND LANGUAGES
Year after year, Pinta Miami affirms its commitment with the cultural expressions in America and Spain. This year’s Main Section, and the highlighted Design section, serve proof of this mission to offer the global public a panoramic view of what the artists in our region have to show.
FROM MONO TO DIALOGUE: SOLO-DUO AT PINTA MIAMI 2022
Curated by Oscar Roldán-Alzate, Solo-Duo is presented as an alternative to the traditional Solo Projects section, favoring contrasts and expanding the depth of dynamics and coexistence. This reinvention represents Pinta’s commitment with the historic and the contemporary, the young and the established, the local and the global.
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
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.
THE NEW, MOCA-AMERICAS: A CATALYST FOR DIALOGUE
The Kendall Art Center (KAC) goes from art center to Museum of Contemporary Art of the Americas (MoCAA) and celebrates it with new exhibition.
CAROLA BRAVO IS THE WINNER OF THE NEW MONUMENTS CALL
Venezuelan-american artist, architect and cultural activist Carola Bravo is the 2023 winner of the New Monuments open artist call, a project established in 2020 by The Bass Museum.
GABRIELA AYZA ASCHMANN: HER CALL TOWARDS WILD (LIGHT)
The Spanish-German artist Gabriela Ayza Aschmann (Cologne, Germany, 1991) presents in Tomas Redrado Art a series of paintings created in 2022, as an experience of inquiry into the expanded borders of portraiture that strengthens her. It is a sustained practice that she carries out advancing against the background of the history of the avant-garde, but above all she acts as if she were tearing pages from her own life, to add them to art.
PAULA DE SOLMINIHAC WINS FAENA PRIZE FOR THE ARTS 2022
Chilean artist Paula de Solminihac was selected as the winner of the 2022 Faena Prize for the Arts over 395 proposals from over 72 countries.
OPEN CALL FOR D+C FAMILY FOUNDATION RESIDENCE PROGRAM
D+C Family Foundation created a special space for artists who wish to get to know the vibrant scene of the visual arts in Miami. Their house-studio invites artists for periods between 6 to 12 weeks. Application process opens four times a year exclusively for visual artists.