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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.

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THE OSWALDO VIGAS FOUNDATION LAUNCHES THE ARTIST'S ONLINE CATALOG RAISONNÉ

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”

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.

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A BRIDGE BETWEEN PAINTING AND ARCHITECTURE

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.

By Matías Helbig
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DEAD TREE IN THE FRONT YARD

By Matías Helbig
June 08, 2022
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.

By Mario Gioia, art critic and independent curator
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AN AVANT-GARDE IN LOCAL COLORS - ONCE UPON A MODERN TIME

By Mario Gioia, art critic and independent curator
May 21, 2022
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.

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CUBAN LEGACY GALLERY PRESENTS BARUJ SALINAS: 1972–2022

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.

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ADRIANA VAREJÃO: SUTURES, FISSURES, RUINS

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.

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RAPHAEL MONTAÑEZ ORTIZ AT MUSEO DEL BARRIO

The Face of Leviathan, 2021 - oil and acrylic on canvas, 108 x 240 inches

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.

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WILLIAM OSORIO IN EL ESPACIO 23

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.

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ES BALUARD MUSEU PRESENTS ITS NEW COLLECTION EXHIBITION "PERSONAE. MASKS AGAINST BARBARITY"

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.

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NSU ART MUSEUM FORT LAUDERDALE EXHIBITS WORKS BY 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.

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JOSÉ CAEROLS NOMINATED IN Ch.ACO FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD

THE SELF-PORTRAIT THAT BROKE RECORDS FOR FRIDA KAHLO AND EDUARDO COSTANTINI

At a Sotheby’s auction, the Argentine businessman and collector acquired Diego y yo (1949) for $ 34.8 million. Thus, the oil painting became the most expensive work in the history of Frida Kahlo, in the history of Latin American art, Mexican art and by a woman artist from the region.

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THE SELF-PORTRAIT THAT BROKE RECORDS FOR FRIDA KAHLO AND EDUARDO COSTANTINI

FTALO GALLERY EXHIBITS "TANTO TIEMPO" BY PAZ BARDI

The exhibition is the reflection of a series of paintings by Paz Bardi under a theme that is, at the same time, method. Taking time as a place, as a tool, and as a subject, the exhibition and its curatorship (by felisa) display a type of creation that can be summarized as: 1. Complicity 2. Fantastic architecture 3. Filtering and editing 4. Mediation

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FTALO GALLERY EXHIBITS "TANTO TIEMPO" BY PAZ BARDI

ON THE MEANING OF INTERSECTION – EAMON ORE-GIRON’S EXHIBITION IN GENEVA

Geneva-based gallery Espace Muraille presents Eamon Ore-Giron: Auto-Tune, the first-ever show of the Los Angeles-based artist in continental Europe. Curated by Valentina Locatelli and developed in close collaboration with the artist, the exhibition gathers eighteen paintings from his ongoing series Infinite Regress, conceived especially for the exhibition in Geneva, and two loom-woven tapestries created in collaboration with the Taller Mexicano de Gobelinos in Guadalajara, Mexico

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ON THE MEANING OF INTERSECTION – EAMON ORE-GIRON’S EXHIBITION IN GENEVA

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."

By Kristin Knox
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LYDIA RUBIO: THE ARTIST IN ARCADIA

By Kristin Knox
September 30, 2021
INTIMATE, URBAN AND HUMAN - YAMADÚ CANOSA EXHIBITS IN BARCELONA

Galería Zielinsky presents Yamandú Canosa's exhibition "Entre ramas” (Between Branches) as an epilogue — a coda — to "El árbol de los frutos diferentes", the project that the artist presented in 2011 at the Fundació Suñol in Barcelona. “Entre ramas” is Yamandú Canosa's first solo exhibition for the Zielinsky Gallery, in which the artist revisits works from different periods that interweave different formal preferences and thematic subjects.

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INTIMATE, URBAN AND HUMAN - YAMADÚ CANOSA EXHIBITS IN BARCELONA

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

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

“ANTONIO HERNIQUE AMARAL: INSIDE OUT” IN CASA TRIÂNGULO

Casa Triângulo exhibits Antonio Henrique Amaral: Pelo Avesso, Antonio Henrique Amaral's first exhibition at the gallery, curated by Pollyana Quintella and Raphael Fonseca. Multiple and polyphonic, Antonio Henrique Amaral (1935 - 2015) endeavored to create a body of work that would resist univocal meanings. His more than six decades of production have drawn a multifaceted path that has been the subject of recent revisions through essays and monographic exhibitions that place the artist beyond his iconic and emblematic Bananas, made between 1968 and 1975.

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“ANTONIO HERNIQUE AMARAL: INSIDE OUT” IN CASA TRIÂNGULO

VARIATIONS ON A THEME - THE McMULLEN MUSEUM OF ART IN BOSTON EXHIBITS MARIANO RODRÍGUEZ’ RETROSPECTIVE

The first major exhibition on Cuban artist Mariano Rodríguez (1912–90) in the United States, this retrospective features over 140 oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings from leading museum and private collections, including the artist's estate, which has provided unprecedented access to rarely seen works and archives.

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VARIATIONS ON A THEME - THE McMULLEN MUSEUM OF ART IN BOSTON EXHIBITS MARIANO RODRÍGUEZ’ RETROSPECTIVE

PRODUCTION / REPRODUCTION - SANDRA GAMARRA’S INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION AT MALI

The Museum of Art of Lima - MALI presents this exhibition of the outstanding Peruvian artist curated by the historian and art critic Luis Eduardo Wuffarden. Based on the so-called mixed race paintings commissioned by Viceroy Manuel de Amat y Junyent and sent to the King of Spain Carlos III in 1770, Sandra Gamarra commissioned their reproduction to a copyists' workshop in China. On these she added quotes from different contemporary feminist thinkers. In response to the absence of original works in Peru, this series, made up of twenty paintings, has been donated by LiMac to the MALI collection of contemporary art.

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PRODUCTION / REPRODUCTION - SANDRA GAMARRA’S INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION AT MALI

“POEMS BY TWO | BURNT LETTERS” AT FONTE ART RESIDENCY

Drawing from possibilities of artistic creation through affectations, the artists Marcelo Amorim and Nino Cais present a joint exhibition at FONTE, an independent art and residency space they founded in 2013. With curatorship by Ana Roman, "Poemas a Dois e Cartas Queimadas" (Poems by Two and Burnt Letters) investigates the male body and its relations of nearness and distance with violence and love.

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“POEMS BY TWO | BURNT LETTERS” AT FONTE ART RESIDENCY

“EL ATAJO”. A DISPLACEMENT IN THE AUTHOR

José Luis Landet has been searching for the image of the Latin American landscape for years. And in El Atajo (The Shortcut), the exhibition that he presents in Marco, he finds some ways of approaching that idea. He builds ramps, connects vestiges, shreds colors, traces identikits, joins random images, creates an alphabet ... and ends up building a total idea of ​​our landscape, but above all of another subject that also haunts him: the painting. There is a large installation, a physical shortcut, and a set of 467 works that point to something that is clear in the subtitle: a displacement in the author.

By Maria Paula Zacharías
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“EL ATAJO”. A DISPLACEMENT IN THE AUTHOR

By Maria Paula Zacharías
August 31, 2021
VOLVAMOS, PAINTINGS IN A CYCLE TO BE UNVEILED

The Galería del Paseo Lima presents Volvamos (Let’s Return), the solo show by Sylvia Fernández under the curatorship of Nicolás Gómez Echeverri.

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VOLVAMOS, PAINTINGS IN A CYCLE TO BE UNVEILED

OTHER POSSIBLE WORLDS

Is a visual manifesto possible? How to show the possible dialogues between art and education? How many images are within each image? How many words are in each word? What's in between? With these questions, the Argentine artist Marina De Caro introduces us to her exhibition Tierra de las emociones perdidas (Land of Lost Emotions), at the Ruth Benzacar gallery in the city of Buenos Aires, which brings together her most recent production.

By Laura Casanovas - Art critic and independent curator
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OTHER POSSIBLE WORLDS

By Laura Casanovas - Art critic and independent curator
August 09, 2021
MEXICO - LANAO EXHIBITS "TO EAT ONE’S EYE, TO METABOLIZE PAINTING"

The group show runs until August 26 at the laNao space in La Condesa, Mexico City. Curated by Manuel Sentíes, COMERSE EL OJO (TO EAT ONE’S EYE) revolves around painting. The artists Anaís Vasconcelos, Luis Figueroa, Lucas Lugarinho and Enrique López Llamas participate.

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MEXICO - LANAO EXHIBITS "TO EAT ONE’S EYE, TO METABOLIZE PAINTING"

SPECIAL DEFECTS - FERNANDO UHÍA IN NUEVEOCHENTA GALLERY

It is inevitable to mention the history of painting when we refer to the work of Fernando Uhía, since it seems in the first instance to allude to the theories of color, the purism of the medium and the ruptures of the mimetic representation that occurred during the emergence of the artistic avant-gardes in the first decades of the 20th century. However, Special Defects departs from such assumptions and invites the viewer to an aesthetic experience of color through a unique treatment of paint. The above, from a global language that is expressed through the construction of shapes and colors, which today are not only present in fine arts but also in design and advertising. " Luciana Rizo introduces in the curatorial text.

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SPECIAL DEFECTS - FERNANDO UHÍA IN NUEVEOCHENTA GALLERY

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

ESPEJO QUEMADA – DONNA HUANCA’S EXPERIMENTAL INSTALLATION AT BALLROOM MARFA

The artworks draw on visual, cultural, and mythological cues informed by feminism, decolonialism and the artist’s personal and familial histories, while simultaneously engaging with the biodiversity, geology, and dark skies of Far West Texas. The sky was particularly striking for Huanca–animated with cosmic and extraterrestrial forces while also revealing the natural rhythms of the sun and moon. ESPEJO QUEMADA is curated by Daisy Nam, Ballroom Marfa curator.

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ESPEJO QUEMADA – DONNA HUANCA’S EXPERIMENTAL INSTALLATION AT BALLROOM MARFA