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NEW MUSEUM ANNOUNCES CAMILO GODOY AS 2023-2024 ARTTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
The New Museum announced Camilo Godoy as its 2023–24 Artist-in-Residence. The annual Artist Residency supports an artist or collective working at the intersections of performance, pedagogy, and participatory art to develop and present new work.
EXERCISES IN TRANSFORMATION. SERGIO ZEBALLOS AT HKW
The exhibition Exercises in Transformation – Sergio Zevallos at HKW is dedicated to his more than forty years of practice in the incorporation, research and transformation of dominant knowledge systems.
SOUTH AMERICAN PERFORMANCE ART SERIES IN NEW YORK
Argentina Performance Art (APA), with the support of LATEA Theater and Grace Exhibition Space, will curate a three-night series to address critical and essential South American issues through the power of performance art.
The experience proposed by Martina Servio Olavide is composed of two parts, one that invokes dying and the other, as an organic counterpoint, living. The first, "dying", is represented by a non-naturalistic play, while the second, "living", manifests itself as an exhibition in an art gallery. Through these two dimensions, the artist challenges the viewer to question their understanding of self and others, and to explore a wide range of interpretations.
UÝRA’S HYDBRID UNIVERSES AND CREATURES
The Currier Museum of Art announces the first solo exhibition of UÝRA (they/them/their) in a US institution.
DORA GARCÍA: SHE HAS MANY NAMES
The exhibition She Has Many Names in Musesum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (M HKA) surveys some of the most important performances, drawings, installations, printed matter and films created throughout the artist’s three-decades career.
BODY AND EARTH CONNECTED IN REGINA JOSÉ GALINDO’S SOLO EXHIBITION
PAV (Parco Arte Vivente) is presenting Tierra (Earth), the solo exhibition of guatemaltecan artista Regina José Galino. She has been investigating for over 20 years the subject of social justice through the lens of performative practives.
IF THIS WERE A BEGINNING OF INFINITY: MACBA’S HOMAGE TO MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ
María Teresa Hincapié: If This Were A Beginning of Infinity, in MACBA, is an initial attempt to organize the physical and intangible legacy of this artist, so vital to understanding present-day practices.
MEDELLÍN - FIRST MUSEUM RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ
The Museum of Modern Art of Medellín (MAMM) exhibits María Teresa Hincapié. Si este fuera un principio de infinito (María Teresa Hincapié. If this were a principle of infinity), the first institutional exhibition dedicated to the practice of Colombian artist María Teresa Hincapié (Armenia, 1954 – Bogotá, 2008). A pioneer in Colombia and Latin America, Hincapié had a very particular definition of the performative discipline that she used to call “training” and which resisted any specific categorization; rather, it oscillated between life, creation in motion and the search for the sacred.
RAGNAR KJARTANSSON: EMOTIONAL LANDSCAPES
Opening on February 22, 2022, Emotional Landscapes by Ragnar Kjartansson features four monumental video installations from the TBA21 Collection, as well as some of his works on paper on loan from other collections, installed within the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza’s foremost collections of 19th and 20th-century American Art.
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.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME ON PERFORMANCE ART ARGENTINA
Argentina Performance Art, with the support of the Centro Cultural Recoleta, organizes two days of debate, exchange and collective reflection on Argentine Performance Art. This discipline has seen exponential growth, nationally and internationally, both in its visibility and in its circulation and in its impact on the media in recent years. This is why Argentina Performance Art considers it essential to build room for reflection around this practice, focusing on the historicity of the discipline and its incidence today.
KIMSOOJA AND BIENALSUR: THE NOMAD EXPERIENCE OF THREE EXHIBITIONS
The acclaimed Korean artist Kimsooja will inaugurate on Wednesday September 22nd the last part of her trilogy of simultaneous exhibitions through which she landed in Buenos Aires. Chapter 3: Kimsooja. An inner experience arrives at the Korean Cultural Center in the Argentine capital as a part of Bienalsur 2021, the biennial that emerged at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero and that now takes place simultaneously in more than 124 venues, 23 countries and 50 cities around the world, with the participation of about 400 artists.
ANSWERS TO A TIME: MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ 1987- 2006
Carried out by Casas Riegner in collaboration with the 1Mira Madrid gallery, and curated by Paula Bossa, Respuestas a una época: María Teresa Hincapié 1987- 2006 (Answers to a time) is the first posthumous exhibition held in Colombia that is dedicated to the artistic practice of one of the pioneers of performance in Latin America.
MARÍA SÁBATO EXPLORES THE NATURE OF LIMITS IN “INTERMITTENT GEOGRAPHIES”
In collaboration with Jimena Pérez Salerno, the Argentine artist carried out a performance in the river which she later translated to la_cápsula’s gallery space in Zurich, Switzerland.
FOUND IN TRANSLATION – ART PERFORMANCE BY DORA GARCÍA
The European Kunsthalle has invited the artist Dora García to bring the durational performance The Messenger to Vienna. A performer (The Messenger) receives an audio message that she/he has to memorize. The only information the messenger is given is that the message is composed in a language spoken by one of the many linguistic communities calling Vienna their home. She/he is neither able to understand the message nor capable of identifying the language. The messenger’s task is to find a person who speaks the language and deciphers the message’s meaning.
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.