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ISLAA PRESENTS “EROS RISING: VISIONS OF THE EROTIC IN LATIN AMERICAN ART”

Exhibited by The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) and curated by Mariano López Seoane and Bernardo Mosqueira, Eros Rising presents drawings, paintings, and photographs by Artur Barrio, Oscar Bony, Carmelo Carrá, Feliciano Centurión, David Lamelas, Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Carlos Motta, Wynnie Mynerva, La Chola Poblete, and Tadáskía that seek to give form to the intangible experience of eroticism.

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ISLAA PRESENTS “EROS RISING: VISIONS OF THE EROTIC IN LATIN AMERICAN ART”

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM PRESENTS “DEATH TO THE LIVING, LONG LIVE TRASH” BY DUKE RILEY

The artist has created a full-fledged maritime museum within the walls of the Brooklyn Museum, debuting approximately 250 new and recent works made entirely out of discarded plastic found in New York waterways. DEATH TO THE LIVING, Long Live Trash, a critical, provocative look at the ecological impact of capitalism across centuries, connects the history of American maritime art to current themes of environmental justice.

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THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM PRESENTS “DEATH TO THE LIVING, LONG LIVE TRASH” BY DUKE RILEY

AMERICAS SOCIETY EXHIBITS SCULPTURES BY MEXICAN ARTIST GELES CABRERA

This is the first solo exhibition in the United States dedicated to Geles Cabrera, who is one of the most prominent female sculptors of her country. Geles Cabrera: Museo Escultórico will feature artwork created over 40 years of her career and will be on view from June 8 through July 30, 2022.

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AMERICAS SOCIETY EXHIBITS SCULPTURES BY MEXICAN ARTIST GELES CABRERA

PLASTIC PRINTS IN ‘OCÉANOS’ – PENUMBRA FOUNDATION

The New York based photography foundation Penumbra exhibits OCÉANOS by Roberto Huarcaya (Lima, Perú, 1959) until July 22nd. The show presents the first-ever exhibition of this Peruvian artist’ large-scale photograms of the Pacific Ocean. In what could be described as a "photogrammatic performance," Huarcaya immerses himself into the waters of the sea to record its virulent nature and traces of contamination.

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PLASTIC PRINTS IN ‘OCÉANOS’ – PENUMBRA FOUNDATION

HÉLIO OITICICA’S INSTALLATION IN NEW YORK

Exhibited at the Spcrates Sculpture Park, in collaboration with Projeto Hélio Oiticica and Americas Society. Titled Subterranean Tropicália Projects: PN15 1971/2022, this immersive environment is the first realization of a never-before-executed idea by the late Brazilian artist.

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HÉLIO OITICICA’S INSTALLATION IN NEW YORK

ELSEWHERE(S): OTHER WORLDS, OTHER TIMES, OTHER TERRITORIES

Another Space announces Elsewhere(s), an exploration of otherworldliness. Cocurated by Estrellita B. Brodsky and José Falconi, the exhibition brings together works by over 25 artists from Latin America and its diaspora, from the 9th Century BCE to the present. Grouped around themes of cosmology, magic, and non-Western forms of knowledge, Elsewhere(s) seeks to reflect on the traditional role of artists and their potential to envision alternative societies as utopian or reclaimed territories.

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ELSEWHERE(S): OTHER WORLDS, OTHER TIMES, OTHER TERRITORIES

BORN OF INFORMALISMO: MARTA MINUJÍN AND THE NASCENT BODY OF PERFORMANCE

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) announced the opening of Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance, curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann. The third in a series of exhibitions on Latin American modernism and its legacies, this show examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

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BORN OF INFORMALISMO: MARTA MINUJÍN AND THE NASCENT BODY OF PERFORMANCE

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.

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NEW YORK - EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO EXHIBITS POPULAR PAINTERS & OTHER VISIONARIES

GUADALUPE MARAVILLA EXHIBITS IN MoMA AND OFFERS HEALING SESSIONS

Guadalupe Maravilla: Luz y Fuerza exhibits sculptures and other pieces by the Salvadoran artist while also hosting Healing Sound Baths for the public. “I create new mythologies that take the form of real and fictionalized rituals based on my own lived experiences,” says Guadalupe Maravilla.

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GUADALUPE MARAVILLA EXHIBITS IN MoMA AND OFFERS HEALING SESSIONS

ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES REPRESENTATION OF RONNY QUEVEDO

The New York-based gallery will present Quevedo's first solo exhibition with the Gallery in fall 2022.

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ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES REPRESENTATION OF RONNY QUEVEDO

PART II: LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN NEW YORK – AMERICAS SOCIETY’S EXHIBITION

Americas Society presents the second part of This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, a group exhibition that explores the artworks, performances, and experimental practices of this generation of artists who lived in New York City in the 1960s and 1970s. Diversifying the city’s artistic life, these artists helped shape New York into the global art center it is today.

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PART II: LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN NEW YORK – AMERICAS SOCIETY’S EXHIBITION

CATHOLIC, BOUNDARY-BREAKING ANDY WARHOL

Presenting more than one hundred works—from iconic paintings such as The Last Supper to archival materials, drawings, prints, film, and rarely seen and newly discovered items—Andy Warhol: Revelation brings a fresh perspective to the canonical artist, exploring his career-long engagement with Catholic themes, as well as the tension between Warhol’s spiritual upbringing and his life as an out gay man.

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CATHOLIC, BOUNDARY-BREAKING ANDY WARHOL

MoMA’S COLLECTION GALLERY EXHIBITS MARTA MINUJÍN’S “MINUCODE”

The exhibition includes this piece by Argentine artist Minujín which exposes a meta-narrative of the art world and other spheres, their different agents and interrelations.

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MoMA’S COLLECTION GALLERY EXHIBITS MARTA MINUJÍN’S “MINUCODE”

FROM TRAGIC ARCHIVES, CONTEMPORARY ART

Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma exhibits “The Archive of Dust: An Ongoing Project”, an exhaustive overview of the fundamental lines that characterize Elena del Rivero’s (Valencia, 1949) work gravitating around the attacks of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, in New York. The project deals with loss, the collective memory and pain, as well as with the construction of the existential pillars that make up the beliefs and values ​​of society to rethink the future.

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FROM TRAGIC ARCHIVES, CONTEMPORARY ART

LYDIA RUBIO: THE ARTIST IN ARCADIA

Lydia Rubio was born in Havana, Cuba, with art in her bones. She comes from three generations of women painters, to be precise. "My grandmother painted every day, whenever she could," Lydia recalls. "She worked at an office but painted in the living room. The whole family lived together, so I used to see her painting there and was trained visually. My cousin, everybody was drawing and painting, but I was the only one that took it to another level of development and commitment."

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RAQUEL RABINOVICH EXHIBITS “PORTALS” IN NEW YORK

Presented by Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, the exhibition features a selection of the artist’s work from the 1960s to the present. Over the course of a seventy-year-long career, New York-based Argentinian-American artist Raquel Rabinovich (b. 1929, Buenos Aires) has been concerned with the paradox of making the invisible visible. Her interest in mythology, existence, poetry, nature, and transcendence is reflected in her monochromatic paintings and drawings, as well as in her sculptural practice that encompasses large-scale glass environments and site-specific stone installations along the shores of the Hudson River.

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RAQUEL RABINOVICH EXHIBITS “PORTALS” IN NEW YORK

CECILIA VICUÑA RAISES AWARENESS ABOUT BIODIVERSITY IN NEW YORK’S HIGH LINE

High Line Art presents Insectageddon, a free day-long festival conceived by artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña. As a celebration of insects and call to action to address global insect die-off, Insectageddon will consist of interdisciplinary and interactive performances, poetry readings, workshops, and more throughout the High Line. Taking place on September 25, 2021.

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CECILIA VICUÑA RAISES AWARENESS ABOUT BIODIVERSITY IN NEW YORK’S HIGH LINE

NOHRA HAIME GALLERY EXHIBITS JULIO LARRAZ: MAJOR WORKS FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

The exhibition comprises fourteen key works from major collections, including most of Larraz’ notorious themes.

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NOHRA HAIME GALLERY EXHIBITS JULIO LARRAZ: MAJOR WORKS FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN NEW YORK – AMERICAS SOCIETY’S EXHIBITION

This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975 is a group exhibition that explores the artworks, performances, and experimental practices of this generation of artists, as well as their involvement in the local art scene. Diversifying the city’s artistic life, these artists helped shape New York into the global art center it is today. The artworks presented in this exhibition are central to understanding the social and political landscape in the Americas and the tensions and bridges between north and south, exploring issues of migration, identity, politics, exile, and nostalgia.

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LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN NEW YORK – AMERICAS SOCIETY’S EXHIBITION

OPEN CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS AT APEXART NEW YORK

apexart is accepting exhibition proposals for its NYC Open Call from October 1–31, 2021. Five winning proposals will become apexart exhibitions presented at apexart’s NYC space as part of its 2022-23 exhibition season. Curators, artists, writers, and creative individuals, regardless of experience level or location, are invited to submit a proposal online.

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OPEN CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS AT APEXART NEW YORK

POETIC ACTIVISM IN PINK AND RED – SCAFATI’S EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK

Storefront for Art and Architecture exhibits Something Broke: 2011-Windows-2021, an exhibition by Buenos Aires-based artist Mariela Scafati that presents an installation of hand-painted posters lettered by the artist with her writings and reflections on art, activism, and community. The exhibition, hosted at Storefront’s gallery space in New York, is open until September 15th, 2021.

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POETIC ACTIVISM IN PINK AND RED – SCAFATI’S EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK

JULIANA CERQUEIRA LEITE EXHIBITS IN HER KIND AT SARGENT’S DAUGHTERS GALLERY NEW YORK

The Brazilian sculptor explores the materiality of the human body and what it means to be human through her work in the group exhibition Her Kind. The show takes its title from the iconic and unsettling poem by American poet Anne Sexton. The works on view blend and warp pre-existing materials, transforming them into uncanny, anthropomorphic presences.

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JULIANA CERQUEIRA LEITE EXHIBITS IN HER KIND AT SARGENT’S DAUGHTERS GALLERY NEW YORK

DAVID E. LITTLE APPOINTED AS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY

The Board of Trustees of the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York announced today the selection of David E. Little as its new executive director, following an international search. Little will join ICP in mid-September 2021, after six years as director and chief curator of the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, and will succeed Mark Lubell, who announced his decision to depart ICP in March 2021.

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DAVID E. LITTLE APPOINTED AS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY

SOMXS PODEMX - VIDEO PERFORMANCE BY PONCILÍ CREACIÓN FOR EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO

Known for their fantastical and improvisational approach to puppetry, Poncilí Creación is an art collective composed of identical twin brothers Pablo and Efrain Del Hierro who describe their practice as “speculative alchemy.” For their newly commissioned performance Somxs Podemx, the group takes to the streets for a durational progression across the neighborhoods of San Juan, the duo’s hometown and where they have been in quarantine during the global pandemic.

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SOMXS PODEMX - VIDEO PERFORMANCE BY PONCILÍ CREACIÓN FOR EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO

EVELATED MATTER GALLERY EXHIBITS LYDIA RUBIO’S FORBIDDEN LANDSCAPES

The exhibition PROHIBIDO (Forbidden) showcases selection of 13 paintings and an oversized travel journal completed from 1992 to 2014 by artist Lydia Rubio, who represents her environment in a naturalistic style reminiscent of the Hudson River School. For four decades, she has painted highly technical oils on panel, using the traditions of the old masters with a systematic conceptual approach; the traditional style transformed through her subversive allegorical and poetic play.

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EVELATED MATTER GALLERY EXHIBITS LYDIA RUBIO’S FORBIDDEN LANDSCAPES

ABSENCE/PRESENCE: LATINX AND LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN DIALOGUE AT ANOTHER SPACE NEW YORK

Guest curated by independent curator and art historian Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and produced by ANOTHER SPACE, the exhibition examines the dynamics of exclusion and violence affecting Latinx and Latin Americans, as well as artists’ strategies to embody justice and creative and personal freedom. Featuring artists from twelve different countries, diverse ethnicities, and multiple generations in a conversation around three intersecting themes: affectivity, justice and self/being

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ABSENCE/PRESENCE: LATINX AND LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN DIALOGUE AT ANOTHER SPACE NEW YORK

TERENCE GOWER ON MEXICAN MODERNISM THROUGH ARCHITECTURE, INSTALLATION AND VIDEO

The Good Neighbour, the Canadian artist’s solo show in Americas Society, is focused on his relationship with Mexico since the early 1990s. The exhibition offers an overview of his work from his arrival in Mexico City in 1993 to his involvement with the city’s bustling international art scene, dubbed the “multinational Mexican underground” by Olivier Debroise.

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TERENCE GOWER ON MEXICAN MODERNISM THROUGH ARCHITECTURE, INSTALLATION AND VIDEO

ADRIANA VAREJÃO EXPLORES COLONIALISM THROUGH AESTHETIC SYNCRETISM AT GAGOSIAN NEW YORK

Varejão’s rich and diverse artistic oeuvre embodies the mythic pluralism of Brazilian identity and the fraught social, cultural, and aesthetic interactions that engendered it. Living and working in Rio de Janeiro, she draws upon the potent visual legacy of colonial histories and transnational exchange, creating confluent forms that expose the multivalent nature of memory and representation.

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ADRIANA VAREJÃO EXPLORES COLONIALISM THROUGH AESTHETIC SYNCRETISM AT GAGOSIAN NEW YORK

FREDDY RODRÍGUEZ ENTERS THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

His painting Y me quedé sin nombre (1974) is the first work by a Dominican-born New York artist to be acquired by the museum.

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FREDDY RODRÍGUEZ ENTERS THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

WHO ARE THE SELECTED ARTISTS FOR NEW YORK’S PENUMBRA WORKSPACE PROGRAM?

With this program, Penumbra Foundation supports outstanding emerging artists working in the photographic arts. Six artists and photographers based in the United States were selected from a variety of backgrounds and cultural contexts.  

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WHO ARE THE SELECTED ARTISTS FOR NEW YORK’S PENUMBRA WORKSPACE PROGRAM?