Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Little Death The Little Death

The Little Death

Carla Chaim

Raquel Arnaud Gallery São Paulo, Brazil 04/09/2018 – 06/10/2018

Struggle When looking at today’s artistic production, a large part of it deals directly with social problems. Artists, curators, galleries, museums, etc. are using “street” language, the grammar of struggle and political engagement which mirrors the militant tone that belongs to (or seems to belong to) everyone. In fact, it could not be otherwise. Brazil’s current scenario is particularly

Installation view: Carla Chaim, The Little Death, at Raquel Arnaud Gallery, 2018. Photo: Ding Musa. Image courtesy of Raquel Arnaud Gallery Installation view: Carla Chaim, The Little Death, at Raquel Arnaud Gallery, 2018. Photo: Ding Musa. Image courtesy of Raquel Arnaud Gallery Installation view: Carla Chaim, The Little Death, at Raquel Arnaud Gallery, 2018. Photo:

Poderes visibles e invisibles Poderes visibles e invisibles

Poderes visibles e invisibles

Curated by Kelly Gordon

Hacienda La Trinidad Parque Cultural Caracas, Venezuela 10/10/2016 – 11/06/2016

Organized by Backroom Caracas Poderes visibles e invisibles [Powers Seen and Unseen] is an open discussion, drawing attention to the ideas, influences and struggles that impact daily life, inform world views and nourish philosophical perspectives regarding the construction and dynamics of Power. Conditions expressed —ranging from psychic to existential, fearsome to romantic, mundane to magical, soothing

Organizado por Backroom Caracas Poderes visibles e invisibles es una discusión abierta que convoca la atención a las ideas, influencias y luchas que impactan la cotidianidad, dan forma a visiones de mundo y alimentan perspectivas filosóficas en relación a la construcción de las dinámicas del Poder. Las condiciones expresadas –que van de lo psíquico a