Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
io e io io e io

io e io

José Lerma

DiabloRosso Panamá City, Panamá 04/14/2018 – 06/09/2018

DiabloRosso presents io e io, a new solo exhibition by José Lerma. Drawing inspiration from his personal history, as well as historical figures and events, José Lerma incorporates research and an inventive approach to the traditions of painting and portraiture. Using a myriad of methods and alternative materials, Lerma’s gestures and depictions continue to unfold

José Lerma. Exhibition view of io e io at DiabloRosso, Panamá City, Panamá, 2018. Foto: Raphael Salazar. Cortesía de  DiabloRosso José Lerma. Exhibition view of io e io at DiabloRosso, Panamá City, Panamá, 2018. Foto: Raphael Salazar. Cortesía de  DiabloRosso José Lerma. Exhibition view of io e io at DiabloRosso, Panamá City, Panamá, 2018. Foto: Raphael Salazar. Cortesía de  DiabloRosso DiabloRosso presenta io e io, una nueva exposición individual de

iNCISOR

iNCISOR

Kate Steciw

Gamma Galería Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 03/24/2018 – 06/09/2018

Gamma Galería is pleased to present iNCISOR, an individual exhibition of Kate Steciw (1978, Pennsylvania, United States) featuring a new body of works that reveal a new direction in the artist´s constant reassessment of the photographic image and its boundless physicality. By questioning the meaning and appliance of photography within her creational process, Steciw´s work

Kate Steciw. Vista de la exhibición iNCISOR en Gamma Galería, Guadalajara, Jalisco, 2018. Cortesía de Gamma Galería Kate Steciw. iNCISOR (detail), 2018. Cortesía de Gamma Galería Kate Steciw. Vista de la exhibición iNCISOR en Gamma Galería, Guadalajara, Jalisco, 2018. Cortesía de Gamma Galería Gamma Galería se complace en presentar iNCISOR, una exposición individual de Kate Steciw (1978, Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos)

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:

De Métrico a Imperial De Métrico a Imperial

De Métrico a Imperial

Ištvan Išt Huzjan

Proyectos Monclova Ciudad de México 03/22/2018 – 06/02/2018

De Métrico a Imperial is an intensive dialogue between Ištvan Išt Huzjan’s poetic experiments and the exhibition space. Continuously flirting with avant-gardes and neo-avant-gardes, Huzjan’s work always reflects his ability to create multi-layered structures in terms of both content and form. In this respect, Huzjan’s work is not a revival of Dada’s attack on the

Vista del montaje De Métrico a Imperial,  2018. Foto: Rodrigo Viñas. Cortesía del artista y PROYECTOSMONCLOVA Vista del montaje De Métrico a Imperial,  2018. Foto: Rodrigo Viñas. Cortesía del artista y PROYECTOSMONCLOVA Vista del montaje De Métrico a Imperial,  2018. Foto: Rodrigo Viñas. Cortesía del artista y PROYECTOSMONCLOVA De Métrico a Imperial es un diálogo