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CHRONOMORPHOSIS: ELIAS CRESPIN’S WORK AT SWEDEN
Bildmuseet presents Venezuelan artist Elias Crespin exhibition Chronomorphosis, opening March 15th, 2024.
THE MOBILE BODY PAINTINGS OF MAGDALENA FERNÁNDEZ
Magdalena Fernández's Mobile Body Paintings arrived at the Clavijero Cultural Center, in Morelia, to breathe with the Mexican public.
COLLABORATIVE PROJECT IN HOMAGE TO GEGO
With the intention of rethinking the legacy of the Venezuelan-German artist Gego and its historical significance from the contemporary context, LA ESCUELA___ created a project of dialogue, learning and exchange Collective Reticulárea: Communal Cartographies.
ANTONIO BRICEÑO REFLECTS ON THE VULNERABILITY AND SPLENDOR OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES
Born in Venezuela, Antonio Briceño is a photographer and biologist. His series Dioses de América. Panteón natural (Gods of America. Natural Pantheon) participates in the Special Project Amazonia of Pinta Miami 2023. He has been working for more than 20 years on this series, whose purpose is to make visible the indigenous mythologies that have survived Christianity and colonialism, but are still in danger of extinction.
OSWALDO VIGAS EXHIBITION AT THE MEXICAN MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (MAM)
The Museo de Arte Moderno de México (MAM) presents the exhibition Oswaldo Vigas: Looking Inward, which explores, 100 years after the birth of the visual artist, fundamental works of his prolific career, as well as his intellectual interests. The work of Oswaldo Vigas will dialogue with other Venezuelan, Latin American and European creators of the time.
BIG TOURISM: SIMULTANEOUS SIMULATIONS. PEDRO MEDINA AT CERQUONE MADRID
From September 13 to November 15, 2023, Venezuelan artist Pedro Medina inaugurated his first solo show in Spain, with Cerquone Gallery, at its headquarters in Madrid. Entitled Gran Turismo: Simulaciones Simultáneas (Big Tourism: Simultaneous Simulations), the exhibition is conceived as an exhibition of recent work on a process of observation of speed and resistance in painting.
ALEXANDER APÓSTOL: POSTURE AND GEOMETRY IN THE ERA OF TROPICAL AUTOCRACY
The exhibition of the multimedia conceptual artist Alexander Apóstol opened at the PROA21 space. Curated by the theorist and historian Cuauhtemoc Medina, it brings together works produced between 2009 and 2018 closely linked to the Venezuelan reality, his country of origin.
INTERVIEW WITH LEÓN TOVAR: TRAJECTORY AND VISION OF AN OUTSTANDING ART DEALER
León Tovar was born in Bogotá, Colombia, and is a prominent curator, expert, and collector dedicated to promoting and disseminating Latin American art worldwide. He has curated numerous exhibitions and collaborated with important international museums and galleries.
TWO VENEZUELAN ARTISTS AT THE MAISON DE L'AMÉRIQUE LATINE
La Maison de l'Amérique latine presents two Venezuelan artists, Milton Ceberra and Pancho Quilici in the exhibition L'outreligne (The other line). It is curated by Christin Frérot.
TRIBUTE TO ARTIST OWSALDO VIGAS BY HIS SON LORENZO
The Boca Raton Museum of Art exhibits Paintings between Latin America, Africa and Europe by artist Oswaldo Vigas (1923-2014).
PUBLIC BOOK SIGNING – MANUEL MÉRIDA
Espace Meyer Zafra announced the public book signing on December 17,2022 at their gallery. From 2 pm to 6 pm, Manuel Mérida presents his first monograph, a special limited-edition with an original work integrated within the cover.
GEGO: MEASURING INFINITY. THE ARTIST'S RETROSPECTIVE AT JUMEX
The Museo Jumex inaugurates a retrospective of the work of Gertrud Goldschmit, better known as Gego. The exhibition traces her interdisciplinary artistic production in her journey through the disciplines of architecture, design, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, fabric, installations, public art and pedagogy.
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.
CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ: CHROMOSATURATION AT PAMM
Acquired for PAMM’s collection in 2020 with funds provided by Jorge M. Pérez, Chromosaturation is an immersive environment that reimagines color as an embodied experience.
ART & ARCHITECTURE BETWEEN STUTTGART AND CARACAS
With “Gego. The Architecture of an Artist” the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is dedicating a second exhibition to the artist Gertrud Goldschmidt (Hamburg 1912–1994 Caracas).
MAGDALENA FERNÁNDEZ WINS INTERNATIONAL CODAawards
When artists, designers, industry resources, and clients work together, common places are transformed into spectacular spaces. CODAworx, the hub of the commissioned art economy, has announced the winners of the ninth annual international CODAawards: Collaboration of Design + Art. The CODAawards recognize collaborations that result in outstanding projects which successfully integrate commissioned art into interior, architectural, or public spaces.
MERCEDES PARDO IS HONORED ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF HER BIRTH AT THE ASCASO ART GALLERY
On the artist's centenary, the Ascaso Art Gallery of Caracas will present, together with the Otero-Pardo Foundation, an exhibition entitled “Contemplaciones y Memorias” (Contemplations and Memories), which under the curatorship of Bélgica Rodríguez and the museography of Rafael Santana, brings together a selection of paintings and serigraphs made by the outstanding creator.
ABRA GALLERY EXHIBITS PAINTINGS BY JUAN CARLOS PORTILLO IN 'IT WILL BE BETTER THAN YESTERDAY'
It is an individual exhibition by the Venezuelan artist Juan Carlos Portillo made up of a set of 23 works that unfold in the room as a journey towards memory, where the flight of birds and a translucent atmosphere on the canvas trace a network that introduces the viewer in an anachronic album, the artist's personal blog, according to the gallery representatives.
IVÁN CANDEO EXHIBITS “BEFORE, WHILE, LATER” IN CARMEN ARAUJO ARTE
The works presented make use of and reference to the image as a channel, as a concept, as a medium. Migrating from one ontological level to another, Candeo highlights the way in which the contemporary world is built from immediate registers, multiple narratives, and memory models.