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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.
DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANÉ’S LANDSCAPES AT MACBA BARCELONA
Drawing upon biology and new anthropological discourses as conceptual frameworks, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s exhibition at Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) A leaf Shapes the Eye, proposes a holistic worldview in which there is no distinction between humans and their environment, and where relationships between all elements are in constant flux.
AN EXHIBITION THAT CHALLENGES CONVENTIONAL VISUAL NARRATIVES AT MAMBO
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá the exhibition Viceversa will highlight the museum's collection.
FEMINISM, PROVOCATION AND INTROSPECTION. JUDY CHICAGO AT THE NEW MUSEUM
Judy Chicago: Herstory brings together six decades of the artist’s work. Hosted by The New Museum in New York, the show includes an exhibition-whithin-the-exhibition spotlighting women essential to the history of art and Chicago’s own practice.
DAMIÁN ORTEGA: CORN & INDUSTRY
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey presented the exhibition Corn & Industry, which brings together a vast selection of Damián Ortega’s work over the last thirty years, presenting a comprehensive portrait of his artistic production that showcases how his work engages in a dialogue with the construction of a “national culture".
GALA PORRAS-KIM AT LEEUM MUSEUM OF ART
Leeum Museum of Art presents National Treasures by Gala Porras-Kim, an exhibition that explores the intricacies that arise when ancient objects, history, and modern systems intersect.
THE JUMEX MUSEUM WILL CELEBRATE ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY IN NOVEMBER 2023
Museo Jumex will celebrate its 10th anniversary after a decade of exhibitions and public programs that have established it as an important contemporary art institution in Mexico.
MADE IN L.A. 2023: ACTS OF LIVING. THE EXHIBITION AT HAMMER MUSEUM
Made in L.A. 2023: Acts of living is the sixth iteration of the Hammer’s biennial exhibition highlighting the practices of artists working throughout the greater Los Angeles area.
EL DORADO: MYTHS OF GOLD. THE EXHIBTIION AT AMERICAS SOCIETY
Americas Society presents the first part of El Dorado: Myths of Gold, a two-part group exhibition exploring the legend of El Dorado as a foundational myth of the Americas.
DAVID HOCKNEY AT MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART TOKYO
The exhibition David Hockney, held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo is the largest ever solo exhibition in Asia devoted to the British artist David Hockney, one of the most innovative artists of the postwar era.
EXPLORING THE PRESENT IN A COLLECTIVE WAY AT PROA
The exhibition Conjeturas. Exploring art today, curated by Rodrigo Alonso, gathers pieces by Andrés Aizicovich, Sergio Avello, Elena Dahn, Iara Freiberg, Mauro Giaconi, Silvia Gurfein, Alicia Herrero, La Chola Poblete, Analía Sabán, Mariela Scafati, Alan Segal, Juan Sorrentino, Amparo Viau and Dolores Zinny & Juan Maidagan.
DANIEL SANTORO PRESENTS A DYSTOPIAN PANORAMA OF REALITY
Artist Daniel Santoro proposes an immersive experience at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Argentina with an unpublished 30-meter-long work, plus a series of ink works and a charcoal drawing on one of the walls of the second-floor hall.
A PERMANENT NOSTALGIA FOR DEPARTURE
Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinatti, United States (CAC) celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Zaha Hadid-designed building with the exhibition A Permanent Nostalgia for Departure: A Rehearsal on Legacy with Zaha Hadid.
ART AND IDENTITY IN THE 80'S AND 90'S ARGENTINE UNDERWORLD
Museo Moderno de Buenos Aires inaugurated Cultura Colibrí. Art and identity in the Argentine underworld of the 80s and 90s. With Fernando Noy as host artist, the exhibition is a chronicle of the sexual exiles during the last military dictatorship, the democratic recovery and the festive and countercultural experimentation of the 1980s and 1990s.
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.
THE VITAL ASPECT OF EXPERIENCE. EDGARDO GIMÉNEZ AT MALBA
In the eclectic and vibrant universe of Edgardo Giménez, the exhibition There Will Be None Like Him at Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA) emerges as an unforgettable journey through more than sixty years of artistic production.
MARÍA MAGDALENA CAMPOS-PONS IN BROOKLYN MUSEUM
María Magdalena Campos-Pons: Behold is a monographic exhibition at Brooklyn Museum of a visionary voice in photography, immersive installation, painting, and performance. On view since September 16th, 2023.
SHEROANAWE HAKIHIIWE: YANOMAMI COSMOLOGY AT MASP
The exhibition All this is us by Yanomami artist Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe at MASP presented 48 works with the mission to preserve his community’s cultural value.
TWO INTERCONNECTED EXHIBITIONS AT MACBA
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA) presents the exhibitions Trans Humo by Pablo La Padula and Flow Flow by Daniel Joglar.
THE CRISIS AS A STARTING POINT
Cien caminos en un solo día (One Hundred Roads in a Single Day) is the group exhibition staged by Luciana Lamothe at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires.
ME, YOU AND THE MOON. TUNGA AT MAM SÃO PAULO
For the first time ever in Brazil, the installation Eu, Você e a Lua (2015) (Me, You and the Moon) –one of the last major works completed by the artist– will be presented at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo).
THE CHAIR MUSEUM: A CHANCE TO CONNECT AND CREATE
The Chair Museum of Asuncion opened the first exhibition of National Industrial Design Diseña Paraguay 2023, where 38 exhibitors with innovative designs will participate. This exhibition will be part of the Pinta Sud | ASU program from August 7 to 13, 2023.
A VINDICATION TO OFFICES: AMALIA PICA AT THE JUMEX MUSEUM
¡Qué viva el papeleo! (Long live paperwork!) is Amalia Pica's exhibition at the Museo Jumex that deals with office culture and focuses on finding pleasure and the potential for playing within the tedious processes of paperwork.
ARCHITECTURE IN THE AGE OF INDUSTRY: MoMA COLLECTION 1880s–1940s
MoMA presents the topic of Architecture in the age of industry from the Collection 1880s–1940s in room 511. The exhibition explores how industrial structures in the United States sparked an architectural revolution in Europe.
THE ISHIR SKY. COSMOGONIC TALES OF THE PARAGUAYAN CHACO
Curated by art critic Adriana Almada, the exhibition El Cielo Ishir. Cosmogonic tales of the Paraguayan Chaco, brings together works by the late indigenous artist Ogwa and contemporaries Joaquin Sanchez and Fernando Allen.
A SHORT STORY OF PAIN. ARNALDO CRISTALDO AT MUSEO DEL BARRO
The Centro de Artes Visuales/Museo del Barro opens the exhibition Pequeña historia del dolor (Little Story of Pain), by artist Arnaldo Cristaldo.