Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Atlas sobre papel

Atlas sobre papel

Octavio Abundez, Edgardo Aragón, Andrea Bárcenas, Javier Barrios, and more

Páramo Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 06/24/2016 – 08/13/2016

Artistas: Octavio Abundez, Edgardo Aragón, Andrea Bárcenas, Javier Barrios, Isa Carrillo, Maurizio Chavira, Edgar Cobián, Hiram Constantino, Sofía Crimen, Pedro Escapa, Cristian Franco, Alberto Fregoso Gafford, José García, Guillermo Guarino, Lisa Gutiérrez, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Daniel Guzmán, Ursula Hernández, Bayrol Jiménez, Héctor Jiménez, JIS, Gonzalo Lebrija, Alberto López Corcuera, Iván López de los Santos, Javier M. Rodríguez, Felipe Manzano, Rubén Méndez, Jorge Méndez Blake,

Artistas: Octavio Abundez, Edgardo Aragón, Andrea Bárcenas, Javier Barrios, Isa Carrillo, Maurizio Chavira, Edgar Cobián, Hiram Constantino, Sofía Crimen, Pedro Escapa, Cristian Franco, Alberto Fregoso Gafford, José García, Guillermo Guarino, Lisa Gutiérrez, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Daniel Guzmán, Ursula Hernández, Bayrol Jiménez, Héctor Jiménez, JIS, Gonzalo Lebrija, Alberto López Corcuera, Iván López de los Santos, Javier M. Rodríguez, Felipe Manzano, Rubén Méndez, Jorge Méndez Blake,

Feathered Changes, Serpent Disappearances Feathered Changes, Serpent Disappearances

Feathered Changes, Serpent Disappearances

Mariana Castillo Deball

San Francisco Art Institute San Francisco, California, USA 04/14/2016 – 07/30/2016

​Berlin-based artist Mariana Castillo Deball (b. Mexico City, 1975) reveals gaps in the often unquestioned narratives of museology and archaeology in a new exhibition at San Francisco Art Institute’s (SFAI) Walter and McBean Galleries this spring. The installation brings together new work by Deball inspired by the archaeological archives of the Fine Arts Museums of

Courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Berlin-based artist Mariana Castillo Deball (b. Mexico City, 1975) reveals gaps in the often unquestioned narratives of museology and archaeology in a new exhibition at San Francisco Art Institute’s (SFAI) Walter and McBean Galleries this spring. The installation brings together new work by Deball inspired by

Beyond Zero Beyond Zero

Beyond Zero

Curated by Arturo Delgado and Corinna Koch

Almanaque Mexico City, Mexico 06/02/2016 – 08/31/2016

Artistas: Anouk Kruithof, Fabiola Menchelli, Jon Cazenave, Konstantin Grebnev, Fernando Etulain, Roger Steffens & The Family Acid Hace un siglo —en 1916— Supremus, el colectivo de artistas encabezado por el pintor ruso Kasimir Malévich, se reunía para discutir la filosofía del movimiento artístico llamado Suprematismo y su desarrollo en otras áreas de la intelectualidad. En una carta Malévich explicaba a un colega: “Planeamos

Abstract II, Constantin Grebnev Unovis élevè 2, Fernando Etulain Artistas: Anouk Kruithof, Fabiola Menchelli, Jon Cazenave, Konstantin Grebnev, Fernando Etulain, Roger Steffens & The Family Acid Hace un siglo —en 1916— Supremus, el colectivo de artistas encabezado por el pintor ruso Kasimir Malévich, se reunía para discutir la filosofía del movimiento artístico llamado Suprematismo y su desarrollo en otras áreas de la intelectualidad.

Gente de bien: interview with Franco Lolli

Gente de bien: interview with Franco Lolli

Franco Lolli and Natalia Valencia discuss class discrimination problematics in contemporary Colombian society, as portrayed in Lolli’s feature film Gente de Bien (2014).

Franco Lolli y Natalia Valencia discuten sobre los problemas de discriminación de clase de la sociedad colombiana contemporánea y cómo éstos fueron retratados en el largometraje Gente de Bien (2014) dirigido por Lolli.

— By Natalia Valencia
Please have enough acid in the dish! Please have enough acid in the dish!

Please have enough acid in the dish!

Organized by Vinny Dotolo

M+B Los Angeles, California, USA 07/07/2016 – 09/02/2016

Artists: Harold Ancart, Alex Becerra, Louise Bonnet, Derek Paul Boyle, Matthew Brandt, Greg Colson, Bjorn Copeland, Cameron Crone, Awol Erizku, Kim Fisher, Samara Golden, Rives Granade, Joel Kyack, Dwyer Kilcollin, Friedrich Kunath, Shio Kusaka, Candice Lin, Nevine Mahmoud, Josh Mannis, Calvin Marcus, Max Maslansky, Joshua Nathanson, Claire Nereim, Ariana Papademetropoulos, Ana Prvacki, Sean Raspet, Charles Ray, Fay Ray, Ed Ruscha, Adam Silverman, Marisa Takal, Kenneth Tam, Paul Pascal Theriault, Charlie White, Chase Wilson, Jonas Wood, Eric Yahnker Please have enough acid in the dish! explores the intersections between food, daily life and

Artists: Harold Ancart, Alex Becerra, Louise Bonnet, Derek Paul Boyle, Matthew Brandt, Greg Colson, Bjorn Copeland, Cameron Crone, Awol Erizku, Kim Fisher, Samara Golden, Rives Granade, Joel Kyack, Dwyer Kilcollin, Friedrich Kunath, Shio Kusaka, Candice Lin, Nevine Mahmoud, Josh Mannis, Calvin Marcus, Max Maslansky, Joshua Nathanson, Claire Nereim, Ariana Papademetropoulos, Ana Prvacki, Sean Raspet, Charles Ray, Fay Ray, Ed Ruscha, Adam Silverman, Marisa Takal, Kenneth Tam, Paul Pascal Theriault, Charlie White, Chase Wilson, Jonas Wood, Eric Yahnker Please have enough acid in the dish! explores the intersections between food, daily life and

Pseudo-Fourier Pseudo-Fourier

Pseudo-Fourier

Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven

Solo Shows São Paulo, Brazil 06/25/2016 – 08/13/2016

When I mix old and new works, together with theories and lists that are dear to me, this must be read as an accumulation of testimonies of this private social utopic worldview that is mine. I name this exhibition Pseudo-Fourier: a list of 17 pseudo-theories, in the tradition of what social utopist François-Marie-Charles Fourier (1772-1837)

When I mix old and new works, together with theories and lists that are dear to me, this must be read as an accumulation of testimonies of this private social utopic worldview that is mine. I name this exhibition Pseudo-Fourier: a list of 17 pseudo-theories, in the tradition of what social utopist François-Marie-Charles Fourier (1772-1837)

Achiote

Achiote

Antonio Caro

Organized by kurimanzutto Mexico City, Mexico 06/01/2016 – 08/31/2016

For the second edition of sonora 128, artist Antonio Caro (Bogotá, 1950) presents Achiote (2001) a piece that began when the artist received a large sheet of Mexican amate paper (an indigenous variety of bark paper) in 1990. Two years later, during Proyecto 500 (1987-1992), a series of presentations organized to reflect upon the identity in the Americas five hundred years after Cristobal Colon’s arrival, Caro pondered how to

Para la segunda edición de sonora 128 el artista Antonio Caro (Bogotá, 1950) presenta Achiote (2002), una pieza que comenzó tras haber recibido un papel amate mexicano en 1990. Dos años después, durante la serie de presentaciones Proyecto 500 (1987-1992) organizadas para reflexionar sobre la identidad americana a quinientos años de la llegada de Cristóbal Colón, Caro pensó en la posibilidad de materializar las conferencias e intercambios del

GLMAOUR GLMAOUR

GLMAOUR

Renaud Jerez with Anina Troesch and Hardy Hill

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 05/14/2016 – 07/30/2016

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Fahrenheit is delighted to present GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b. 1982 in Narbonne, France; lives and works in Berlin), in collaboration with artist Anina Troesch (b. 1987 in Emmental, Switzerland; lives and works in Frankfurt am Main) and writer Hardy Hill (b. 1993 in Wilmington, Delaware; lives and works in

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Fahrenheit is delighted to present GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b. 1982 in Narbonne, France; lives and works in Berlin), in collaboration with artist Anina Troesch (b. 1987 in Emmental, Switzerland; lives and works in Frankfurt am Main) and writer Hardy Hill (b. 1993 in Wilmington, Delaware; lives and works in

The Inverse The Inverse

The Inverse

Laura Lima

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 06/03/2016 – 10/30/2016

At a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice and a time of heightened international interest in her work, Laura Lima is creating a new, site-specific installation for ICA Miami’s Atrium Gallery, marking the Brazilian artist’s first solo American museum exhibition. A conceptual artist who subverts the mediums of performance, sculpture, and painting, Lima subjects the body to juxtapositions with objects and

At a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice and a time of heightened international interest in her work, Laura Lima is creating a new, site-specific installation for ICA Miami’s Atrium Gallery, marking the Brazilian artist’s first solo American museum exhibition. A conceptual artist who subverts the mediums of performance, sculpture, and painting, Lima subjects the body to juxtapositions with objects and

The Last Ones Standing: Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin

The Last Ones Standing: Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin

Dorothée Dupuis discusses with artists Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin about their collaborative practice and living in the Midwest from a queer and feminist perspective.

Dorothée Dupuis habla con los artistas Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin sobre su práctica colaborativa y su vida en el Midwest, desde una perspectiva queer y feminista.

— By Dorothée Dupuis