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FERNANDO BOTERO: THE END OF A LIFE OF GREAT ARTISTIC LEGACY
Renowned artist Fernando Botero died on Friday, September 15, at the age of 91 at his residence in the Principality of Monaco.
IOSI ARAMBURU IS arteBA 2023'S ARTIST NOMINEE FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN AWARD
MANY FORMS OF CARE: AN EXHIBITION AT THE MFA BOSTON
Tender Loving Care: Contemporary Art from the Collection at the Museum of fine Arts in Boston invites visitors to explore how contemporary artists trace and address concepts of care through their materials, subjects, ideas, and processes.
MARTÍN REYNA PRESENTED FLUIDES AT GALERIE BESSIERE, PARIS
The experience of visiting the exhibition of Martín Reyna (Buenos Aires, Argentina) at the galerie Bessiere called Fluides is truly captivating. To achieve this, the artist took full advantage of the topographical qualities of the exhibition space. Fluides is an installation that maps the artist's work including a selection of paintings, many of them in large format on paper as the main support.
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.
EMILIO MARTINEZ’S DIALOGUES WITH VAN GOGH AND LAUTREC
Emilio Martinez’s first solo museum exhibition Van Gogh, Lautrec, and me in NSU Art Museum. Curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Director and Chief Curator of the Museum.
BETWEEN LAYOUTS, COLORS AND VIBRATIONS – JUDITH LAUAND: CONCRETE DETOUR
"Judith Lauand/Walking into the future". In that way Profilograma Judith (2000), by Augusto de Campos, one of the main names of concrete poetry in Brazil, celebrates the art of Judith Lauand (1922-2022). The São Paulo artist, a female figure almost isolated in the country, was given a long retrospective with 124 works and extensive documentation, opened before her death at the end of last year, at São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP).
LUCIAN FREUD. NEW PERSPECTIVES IN LONDON AND MADRID
The Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, in collaboration with the National Gallery of London, presents a retrospective dedicated to the British painter Lucian Freud (1922-2011), on the occasion of the centenary of his birth.
MARIO GIACOYA AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF VISUAL ARTS OF URUGUAY
"Giacoya" is the first solo exhibition of Floridian artist Mario Giacoya (1951) at the National Museum of Visual Arts (MNAV).
THE EPHEMERAL IN THINGS - MARTINA SERVIO OLAVIDE IN 1+1
In her first solo exhibition, the artist from Córdoba moves between and beyond the limits of what can be said, from words and beyond them, with curatorship by Agustina Rinaldi.
ANTONIO SEGUÍ AT GALERIE CLAUDE BERNARD, PARIS
The Claude Bernard Gallery is dedicating an exhibition as a tribute to the master Antonio Seguí, who passed away in February at the age of 88 in Buenos Aires.
RAQUEL FORNER AND HER SPATIAL WORKS TAKE THE BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM
Raquel Forner. Spatial Revelations. 1957-1987 at Museo de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires exhibits the series of paintings, drawings and engravings of the Argentine artist, dedicated to exploring the conquest of the cosmos.
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.
FLORENCIA BÖHTLINGK NOMINATED IN arteBA FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, presented the nominated artist for its annual acquisition award. Florencia Böhtlingk, from HACHE Gallery, Buenos Aires, adds up to the list of selected artists. The winner will be announced at Pinta Miami during Art Week in Miami.
A LEONORA CARRINGTON RETROSPECTIVE IN ARKEN MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
ARKEN Museum of Modern Art opens the first major Leonora Carrington exhibition in Scandinavia. The artist was one of Surrealism’s key figures, rebelling against power hierarchies and conventions with a magical universe filled with humor, witchcraft and spirit.
KAREN LAMASSONNE’S DESIRING LANDSCAPES IN RUIDO / NOISE, THE EXHIBITION AT SWISS INSTITUE
Ruido / Noise is the first international survey of the work of Colombian American artist Karen Lamassone. Spanning from her early years to today, the exhibit at Swiss Institute shows the artist’s commitment to portraying women as desiring subjects.
SKIN (NOTES ON THE DISAPPEARING PAINTING)
During the last years painting has continued its course in permanent metamorphosis, adapting to the times, reviving from its previous deaths, stripping itself of accessories, undressing and even disappearing. A part of this process has focused on the mechanisms of production; the other, has been accompanied by an intense reflection that goes beyond painting and meditates on the status of image.
THE OSWALDO VIGAS FOUNDATION LAUNCHES THE ARTIST'S ONLINE CATALOG RAISONNÉ
The new catalog raisonné of Oswaldo Vigas is now available online, thanks to the artist's foundation. This is the first Venezuelan artist to have a complete catalog of this kind.
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.
A BRIDGE BETWEEN PAINTING AND ARCHITECTURE
The Sala Alcalá 31 of the Community of Madrid presents the exhibition "A bridge to stay" in which the artist Guillermo Mora dialogues with the architecture of the room and influences how this space is perceived and transited. A questioning of hierarchies and pre-established orders that leads to new ways of traveling, looking at and experiencing space and painting.
DEAD TREE IN THE FRONT YARD
The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum (Madrid, Spain) contains the world view of the American people. Almost four centuries of American painting are on display in rooms 46 to 55 on the first floor of the museum. To name but a few names: Peale, Cole, Heade, Church, Hopper, Burchfield, Shahn, Rothko, de Kooning, Pollock, Estes... Probably the most complete collection of American art in Europe, and a must-see exhibition for anyone who wants to understand the history and thougt of the Western country.
AN AVANT-GARDE IN LOCAL COLORS - ONCE UPON A MODERN TIME
On the occasion of the centenary anniversary of the 1922 Modern Art Week, a key event for the artistic avant-gardes in Brazil and which consolidated what would become known as modernism in the country, several exhibitions throughout the year (and also in 2021) revolved around, discussed, explained, replaced and 'cancelled' such an initiative. Considered a milestone in the cultural renewal of Brazilian art, the week was about to turn around in its already canonical grave.
CUBAN LEGACY GALLERY PRESENTS BARUJ SALINAS: 1972–2022
Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Cuban Legacy Gallery, in collaboration with the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora, presents Baruj Salinas: 1972–2022, a thematic survey of the acclaimed Miami-based Cuban American painter’s abstract work. Curated by Adriana Herrera, the show spans a half century of Salinas’ artistic career and features 40 works and includes paintings, works on paper, glazed ceramics, and an artist’s book. The works are borrowed from Miami collections, including that of the Cintas Foundation. The exhibition will be on view until August 14, 2022.
ADRIANA VAREJÃO: SUTURES, FISSURES, RUINS
Pinacoteca de São Paulo presents Adriana Varejão: Sutures, Fissures, Ruins, a retrospective exhibition by Adriana Varejão (Rio de Janeiro, 1964). Curated by Jochen Volz, the museum’s general director, the show proposes a narrative that highlights the diversity and complexity of her production.
RAPHAEL MONTAÑEZ ORTIZ AT MUSEO DEL BARRIO
El Museo del Barrio presents Raphael Montañez Ortiz: A Contextual Retrospective, from April 14th to September 11th, 2022, the first large-scale exhibition dedicated to the artist, activist, educator and founder of El Museo del Barrio, since 1988. Curated by El Museo’s chief curator, Rodrigo Moura, and guest curator Julieta González, the exhibition spans several decades of his production, from the 1950s to the early 2020s, in different media such as film, painting, photography, video installations, documents, and assemblages. This is the largest exhibition-to-date dedicated to the artist.
WILLIAM OSORIO IN EL ESPACIO 23
LnS GALLERY announces the inclusion of The Face of Leviathan (2021) by William Osorio into the permanent collection of El Espacio 23. This work, which is inspired by the protests that erupted in Cuba throughout the summer while compositionally quoting Picasso's Guernica (1937), was acquired by the private collection and is set to debut early this year.
ES BALUARD MUSEU PRESENTS ITS NEW COLLECTION EXHIBITION "PERSONAE. MASKS AGAINST BARBARITY"
The project, curated by Imma Prieto, structures and defines the Collection from a line of research focused on the human body, understood as a reflection of socio-political situations in different contexts. In addition, it brings us closer to the construction of identity from the relationship between body, subject and image. The exhibition can be visited in Space C of the Museum until November 13, 2022.
NSU ART MUSEUM FORT LAUDERDALE EXHIBITS WORKS BY MARGARITA CANO
Celebrating the occasion of her 90th birthday, the exhibition will be on display until February 13, 2022. The aim is to celebrate the life and work of Cuban-born, Miami-based artist Margarita Cano.
JOSÉ CAEROLS NOMINATED IN Ch.ACO FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, announces José Caerols, from OMA Galeria, Santiago de Chile, as the nominated artist for its annual acquisition award. The list of selected artists is now finallyy complete, and the winner will be announced at Pinta Miami this week.