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ADRIANA ALMADA AT THE SECOND EDITION OF PINTA SUD ASU 2023
Adriana Almada is an art critic, curator and writer. Her area of work and reflection is contemporary art, both in terms of artistic production as well as exhibition, curatorship and collecting. Once again, she is the main curator of Pinta Sud | ASU, where she seeks to raise visibility of the contemporary Paraguayan art scene through exhibitions, talks and visits to galleries and other art spaces.
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.
QUEER THREADS. THE TRAVELLING EXHIBITION THAT ARRIVED TO CALIFORNIA
Queer Threads is a traveling group exhibition and coffee-table book exploring contemporary lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer experiences through fiber and textile traditions. It arrived at San José Museum Quilts & Textiles from may 12th to August 20th, 2023.
THE INTERCONNECTION BETWEEN ART, CULTURE AND NATURE - INTERVIEW WITH CURATOR GREDNA LANDOLT
In this interview, Gredna Landolt, a Peruvian graphic artist and curator, shares with us her work curating the Amazonías section of Pinta PArC 2023, a section that exhibits renowned native artists.
SER PALLAY IN GALLERY ICPNA LIMA CENTER
Ser Pallay is a "collaborative textile project'' that bet on an artistic praxis that critically responds to the ambivalent valuation of the extraordinary Andean textile tradition in the art narratives of Peru's cultural history.
SER PALLAY: THE COLLABORATIVE TEXTILE PROJECT
Ser Pallay is a textile project that revolves around the creation of kunan pallaykuna (contemporary Andean textile iconography) and is the result of a collaboration between textile artists María José Murillo and Verovcha.
TELAS Y TEXTOS. FELICIANO CENTURIÓN IN NEW YORK’S UNIVERSITY OF FINE ARTS
Centurión’s textiles reflect his upbringing in a matriarchal Paraguayan household, and his experiences as a queer artist in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he lived for most of his life. He often incorporated historically feminized crafts such as knitting, crocheting, and embroidering.
MADALENA SANTOS REINBOLT AT MASP: UNA CABEZA LLENA DE PLANETAS
The exhibition Madalena Santos Reinbolt: una cabeza llena de planetas (A head full of planets) is the first solo exhibition of the Brazilian artist at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo.
TERESA LANCETA: WEAVING AS OPEN SOURCE
The exhibition Teresa Lanceta: Weaving as Open Source traces the artist's trajectory from the 1970s through to the present day and includes a broad selection of tapestries, weavings, fabrics, drawings, photographs and videos, offering the most comprehensive overview of her work to date. The exhibition traces a narrative through various series of projects with the aim of identifying Lanceta's voice, and presents works that poetically question concepts formerly considered antagonistic.
CONTEMPORARY TRADITION - TEXTILE ART AT PINTA PARC 2022
As a novelty, this year Pinta PArC presents a new space with a leading role marked by the textile art of Tiodoro Pacco. Institutionally and with the curatorship of Jerson Ramirez, the aim is to recover, highlight and celebrate the traditional techniques and artistic work of the region. The space is thus dedicated to the exploration of memory, the transmission of cultural valuesand the examination of the processes and formats that are interwoven in the Peruvian artistic identity.
BLACK STAR – GHANA PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
Following its highly acclaimed debut at the 2019 Biennale, Ghana will present the exhibition Black Star—The Museum as Freedom for the Ghana Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition—la Biennale di Venezia in 2022. With the patronage of Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and curatorship by Nana Oforiatta Ayim, the featured artists are Na Chainkua Reindorf, Afroscope and Diego Araúja.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT EXHIBITS “THE EARTH LAUGHS IN FLOWERS”
As travelers walk near Miami International Airport's gate D29, Miami-based painter Yolanda Sánchez invites them to also walk through an imaginary garden of Korean-inspired, translucent fiber constructions in luscious, vibrant colors with The Earth Laughs in Flowers, the latest exhibition at MIA's “The Eye Has to Travel” Gallery.
GERARDO GOLDWASSER: REPRESENTING URUGUAY AT THE VENICE BIENNALE
Goldwasser (Montevideo, 1961) will be representing Uruguay in the 59th Venice Biennale 2022 with his project Persona. Curated by Laura Malosetti Costa and Pablo Uribe, Persona disputes uniformity and disputes the idea itself of persona. Goldwasser's project was chosen by the National Visual Arts Commission in an open competition declared by the Uruguayan Ministry of Education and Culture. The Uruguay pavilion occupies a privileged spot in the Gardens of the Biennale, flanked by those of France and the United States.
MONTENEGRO ART PROJECTS (MAP) OPENS A NEW SPACE IN BOGOTÁ WITH “SILENT THREADS”
The thread is the element that stars in this exhibition, increasingly relevant in contemporary art. It is silent because of its "designation" as a material for women, reflected in techniques such as weaving, embroidery and sewing. The exhibition highlights these traditional activities and shows how artists from Nigeria, Argentina, Cuba, the United States and Colombia coincide in the use of thread and collage in their works. The exhibition is curated by Los Angeles-based design specialist Liliana Becerra and the MAP team (Ana Lucía Arbeláez, art historian, and Sandra Montenegro, director).
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
“OLGA DE AMARAL: TO WEAVE A ROCK” AT THE HOUSTON MUSEUM
Olga de Amaral has pioneered her own visual language within the fiber arts movement. Her radical experimentation with color, form, material, composition, and space transforms weaving from a flat design element into an architectural component that defies the confines of any genre or medium.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM EXHIBITS CHRISTIAN DIOR: DESIGNER OF DREAMS
The New York premiere of the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams traces the groundbreaking history and legacy of the House of Dior. The exhibition brings to life Dior's many sources of inspiration—from the splendor of flowers and other natural forms to classical and contemporary art.
THE FIBERS’ EXPRESSION
Invisible Threads, Evelyn Politzer’s solo exhibition at the Miami Dade College Hialeah Art Gallery, curated by Noor Blazekovic of Irreversible Projects.
NUDO NIDO – MADRILENIAN EXHIBITION AND LATIN AMERICAN MEETING POINT
The Sala de Arte Joven presents the exhibition “Nudo Nido” (Knot Nest), one of the winning projects of the XII edition of the Curator Wanted open call, which seeks new curatorial formats, facilitating access to the professional world of young curators.