Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
MARGINALIA #14

MARGINALIA #14

by Natalia Ibáñez Lario 03/01/2016 – 03/31/2016

The project I’m presenting in Marginalia is a tour of my Instagram feed featuring images related to the way in which I present myself in social media and the project I’m now working on, which is a kind of Reggaeton Feminist Manifesto, a project about reggaeton and twerking or perreo and the cult of booty

El proyecto que expongo en Marginalia es un recorrido a través de mi Instagram mostrando las imágenes generadas alrededor de la forma en la que me presento en redes y alrededor del proyecto que estoy desarrollando, que básicamente es una especie de Manifiesto Feminista Reguetonero, un proyecto en torno al reguetón y al twerk o perreo y

ARCHIVO(S) Hotel Camino Real

ARCHIVO(S) Hotel Camino Real

A proposal by Pablo León de la Barra

Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura Mexico City, Mexico 02/04/2016 – 05/27/2016

Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura presenta ARCHIVO(S) Hotel Camino Real, una propuesta del renombrado curador Pablo León de la Barra, enfocada en el icónico Hotel Camino Real (1968) diseñado por el arquitecto Ricardo Legorreta. La inauguración fue parte de Zona MACO México Arte Contemporáneo, la feria de arte contemporáneo más importante de América Latina. La propuesta ofrece una reconstrucción,

Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura presenta ARCHIVO(S) Hotel Camino Real, una propuesta del renombrado curador Pablo León de la Barra, enfocada en el icónico Hotel Camino Real (1968) diseñado por el arquitecto Ricardo Legorreta. La inauguración fue parte de Zona MACO México Arte Contemporáneo, la feria de arte contemporáneo más importante de América Latina. La propuesta ofrece una reconstrucción,

New Grammar, Double Fault and the Possible Ones New Grammar, Double Fault and the Possible Ones

New Grammar, Double Fault and the Possible Ones

José León Cerrillo

joségarcía ,mx Mexico City, Mexico 02/02/2016 – 03/12/2016

joségarcía ,mx is pleased to present New Grammar, Double Fault and the Possible Ones, an exhibition of new work by José León Cerrillo. The exhibition consists on new bodies of work: a series of silkscreen and painting on wood, a floor piece and cast concrete sculptures. Cerrillo continues his interest in complicating and codifying notions of language and perception

joségarcía ,mx is pleased to present New Grammar, Double Fault and the Possible Ones, an exhibition of new work by José León Cerrillo. The exhibition consists on new bodies of work: a series of silkscreen and painting on wood, a floor piece and cast concrete sculptures. Cerrillo continues his interest in complicating and codifying notions of language and perception

A Universe of Fragile Mirrors A Universe of Fragile Mirrors

A Universe of Fragile Mirrors

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz

Pérez Art Museum Miami Miami, Florida, USA 02/18/2016 – 11/13/2016

Curated by María Elena Ortiz Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: A Universe of Fragile Mirrors marks the artist’s first exhibition in a US museum. Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (b. 1972, San Juan, Puerto Rico; lives in San Juan) creates video works that explore Caribbean environments, politics, and identity —specifically in Haiti and Puerto Rico—and counter stereotypical depictions of the region and

Curated by María Elena Ortiz Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: A Universe of Fragile Mirrors marks the artist’s first exhibition in a US museum. Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (b. 1972, San Juan, Puerto Rico; lives in San Juan) creates video works that explore Caribbean environments, politics, and identity —specifically in Haiti and Puerto Rico—and counter stereotypical depictions of the region and

Si tiene dudas… Pregunte Si tiene dudas… Pregunte

Si tiene dudas… Pregunte

Mónica Mayer

Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo Ciudad de México, México 02/06/2016 – 07/31/2016

The exhibition, curated by Karen Cordero Reiman, is a retrospective of Mónica Mayer’s artwork, whose production and role as artist, critic, teacher and activist has positioned her, at both national and international level, as the clearest and most prominent example of Mexican feminist art since the 1970’s. Si tiene dudas… Pregunte features Mayer’s work as

La muestra, curada por Karen Cordero Reiman, representa la primera retrospectiva del trabajo artístico de Mónica Mayer, cuya producción y acción como creadora, crítica, docente y activista la ha ubicado en el ámbito nacional e internacional como la referente más clara y consistente en el arte feminista mexicano desde la década de 1970. Si tiene

Manfred Pernice Manfred Pernice

Manfred Pernice

Manfred Pernice

Lulu Ciudad de México, México 02/06/2016 – 04/03/2016

A sculptor by trade, Pernice’s work exists at the juncture of autonomous sculpture and installation. Its specific constellation of reference includes everything from vernacular or anonymous urban architectural elements, product display design, and the accidental cumulative aesthetics of, say, the garage, as well as an elaborate, on-going discourse regarding the sculpture and its pedestal that

A sculptor by trade, Pernice’s work exists at the juncture of autonomous sculpture and installation. Its specific constellation of reference includes everything from vernacular or anonymous urban architectural elements, product display design, and the accidental cumulative aesthetics of, say, the garage, as well as an elaborate, on-going discourse regarding the sculpture and its pedestal that

Cargadores, equilibristas y suicidas

Cargadores, equilibristas y suicidas

Cristián Silva

Curro & Poncho Zapopan, Jalisco, México 01/20/2016 – 04/15/2016

After a period of almost seven years, the Chilean artist, Cristián Silva (1969) , returns to Mexico to present a solo exhibition at Curro & Poncho gallery. Cargadores, equilibristas y suicidas brings together over 50 works on paper with different formats and techniques, in which people are depicted in conflictive situations, in either urban or

Después de un período de casi siete años, el artista chileno Cristián Silva (1969), regresa a México para presentar una muestra individual en la galería Curro & Poncho. Cargadores, equilibristas y suicidas reúne medio centenar de obras sobre papel, de distintos formatos y técnicas, en las que se representa a personas en situaciones de conflicto,

A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek

A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek

Laure Prouvost

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 01/31/2016 – 04/09/2016

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum « When we move by night at the speed of desire With you at the wheel my limit goes higher Just turn me on, you turn me on You are my petrol, my drive, my dream, my exhaust » Fahrenheit is delighted to present A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek, Laure

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum « When we move by night at the speed of desire With you at the wheel my limit goes higher Just turn me on, you turn me on You are my petrol, my drive, my dream, my exhaust » Fahrenheit is delighted to present A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek, Laure

Reconstrucción Reconstrucción

Reconstrucción

A project by Abraham Cruzvillegas

Museo de Arte de Zapopan (MAZ) Zapopan, Jalisco, México 01/31/2016 – 05/29/2016

Artists: Adrián S. Bará, Javier Barrios, Javier Cárdenas Tavizon, Isa Carrillo, César Castillo, Claudia Cisneros, Edgar Cobián, Santino Escatel, Mónica Escutia, Paula Espinoza, Alejandro Fournier, Cristian Franco, Angel García Avalos, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Luisa Fernanda Gutiérrez, Daniel Guzmán, N. Samara Guzmán Fernández, Enrique Hernández, Héctor Jiménez, Felipe Manzano, Lourdes Martínez, Luis Rodrigo Medina, Mario Navarro, Humberto Ramírez,

Artistas: Adrián S. Bará, Javier Barrios, Javier Cárdenas Tavizon, Isa Carrillo, César Castillo, Claudia Cisneros, Edgar Cobián, Santino Escatel, Mónica Escutia, Paula Espinoza, Alejandro Fournier, Cristian Franco, Angel García Avalos, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Luisa Fernanda Gutiérrez, Daniel Guzmán, N. Samara Guzmán Fernández, Enrique Hernández, Héctor Jiménez, Felipe Manzano, Lourdes Martínez, Luis Rodrigo Medina, Mario Navarro, Humberto Ramírez,

Callejero

Callejero

Andrew Birk

Anonymous Gallery Ciudad de México, México 02/06/2016 – 03/26/2016

Andrew Birk is a fan of Mexico City. He’s been obsessively recording images with his phone for years. The pictures from his Instagram account (@andrewbirk) offer particular views and fragments of the city which seek to emphasize solutions of contemporary art and stand out as a persistence of painting. The latter is logical when you

Andrew Birk is a fan of Mexico City. He’s been obsessively recording images with his phone for years. The pictures from his Instagram account (@andrewbirk) offer particular views and fragments of the city which seek to emphasize solutions of contemporary art and stand out as a persistence of painting. The latter is logical when you