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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.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: DIRECTOR OF CASTELLO DI RIVOLI MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art opened applications for the position of Director. Deadline to participate on the selection process: July 15th, 2023.
MEASURING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN BUENOS AIRES
In line with the Carbon Neutral 2050 Plan that brings together the main cities of the world –including Buenos Aires– the Museo de Arte Moderno measured its carbon footprint as a first step to know its environmental impact and begin to take measures to reduce it.
LEÓN FERRARI AT BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM. A LIFE OF COMMITMENT AND SENSITIVITY
León Ferrari. Recurrencias (León Ferrari. Recurrences) is the first solo exhibition that the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes dedicates to the Argentinean artist.
MANUEL SEGADE IS THE NEW DIRECTOR OF THE REINA SOFÍA MUSEUM
Manuel Segade was elected as the new director of the Museo Reina Sofía, a position held by Manuel Borja-Villel between 2008 and 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.
THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM BILBAO JOINS GALLERY CLIMATE COALITION
It is the first museum in Spain to become an active member of the international community of art organizations working to reduce the environmental impact of the museum sector.
GOLDEN PRISM. WEALTH AS A TRAP
Fundación PROA presented a reflection on the myth of "El Dorado" in the American continent, with a selection of works by artists from different countries and times to rethink the impact and meaning of one of the most influential legends in history.
THE ARBITRARY CREATING THE NECESSARY
Mateo Lopez (b. 1978), a Colombian artist with an outstanding career, has his first solo exhibition in Lima. Pasado futurista (Futuristic Past) is the title of his exhibition, curated by Maria Wills and Julien Petit, and comes with the Miguel Urrutia Museum in Bogota's seal.
VISIONS BY ARTISTIC COLLECTIVE MAHKU AT MASP
MAHKU (Movimento dos Artistas Huni Kuin, or Huni Kuin Artists Movement), founded in 2013, is a collective of artists based between the city of Jordão and the Chico Curumim village, in the Kaxinawá (Huni Kuin) Indigenous Land of the Jordão River, state of Acre. Currently, MAHKU is one of the main players in the Brazilian contemporary art scene in general and Indigenous art in particular.
HUMANITY IS NOT A COMPLETED PROJECT: JIMMIE DURHAM’S RETROSPECTIVE
The exhibition presented by the Madre Museum is the first retrospective after his death in late 2021, and features over 150 works, some never previously exhibited.
ARTISTS ARE NOT ONLY ARTISTS: GROUP SHOW IN BLANTON MUSEUM
This exhibition illuminates how day jobs can spur creative growth by providing artists with unexpected new materials and methods, working knowledge of a specific industry that becomes an area of artistic interest or critique, or a predictable structure that opens space for unpredictable ideas.
MARCELO BRODSKY'S LA CLASE ENTERS THE MUSEO NACIONAL CENTRO DE ARTE REINA SOFÍA
Rolf Art announces the institutional acquisition by the MUSEO NACIONAL CENTRO DE ARTE REINA SOFIA (MNCARS) of the work La Clase, 1st year, 6th division, from the series Buena Memoria by Marcelo Brodsky (b.1954, Buenos Aires, Argentina).
THE EXHIBITION AND HOSTING OF THE BLACK MUSEUM HONOURING BRAZILIAN ARTIST ABDIAS NASCIMENTO
Co-organized with IPEAFRO, Inhotim features Third act: Sortilege (Black Mystery) an exhibition with more than 180 works, including documents, books, and artworks by Abdias Nascimento.
LINE AND VIBRATION BY JOSEFINA ROBIROSA
MACBA presents the exhibition Line and Vibration by Josefina Robirosa. It is curated by Rodrigo Alonso.
THE DESIGN OF CARTIER: A LIVING LEGACY
Museo Jumex presents The Design of Cartier: A Living Legacy, an exhibition that traces the history of the Maison through a selection of its most iconic jewelry.
AN ACT OF SEEING THAT UNFOLDS
The Reina Sofia Museum of Art proposes an approach to the Susana and Ricardo Steinbruch Collection with the exhibition Un acto de ver que se despliega (An act of seeing that unfolds).
BROOKLYN MUSEUM AND INSTAGRAM ANNOUNCE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2022 BLACK VISIONARIES’ GRANTS
The Brooklyn Museum and Instagram, in collaboration with #BlackVisionaries Creative Chair Antwaun Sargent announced the ten recipients of the 2022 grant program.
EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN. ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA
The Bass presents El fin de la imaginación (The end of imagination), an exhibition that combines Adrián Villar Rojas work with two sculptures of Mariana Telleria.
RIVERS CAN EXIST WITHOUT WATER BUT NOT WITHOUT SHORES. THE EXHIBITION AT MAC LIMA
The exhibition proposes a review of the concepts and imaginaries with which the territories of the Amazon have been represented and covered from a perspective that sought to defend property over it, in order to assert sovereignty for the exploitation of its resources and its inhabitants.