Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
La cabeza que mató a todos La cabeza que mató a todos

La cabeza que mató a todos

Ad Minoliti, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Cristina Tufiño, Dalton Gata, Geles Cabrera, Isaac Olvera, Madeline Santil, Michael Luberry, REN Ellis Neyra

Galería Agustina Ferreyra Ciudad de México 12/01/2018 – 01/19/2019

Throwing baroque shade at the silken sulky lounge Filtro, ceniza, purpurina, moon rocks. Form forager throwing baroque shade. Spliff smoke, trueno en el cielo. Gata, vaca, hamaca, pik-a-bu, shipwreck. Aquitaa, aquitaa la beibi hair that won’t stay down. Distant transmissions, then gathering, then dancing. In the silken sulky lounge, the next angel of history unbound

Ad Minoliti, Queer Deco (2018). Imagen cortesía de Galería Agustina Ferreyra Isaac Olvera, Máscara de performance 1 (2018) y Ojos de garganta (2018). Imagen cortesía de Galería Agustina Ferreyra Madeline Santil, Úsese hasta agotar existencias de la serie ¿Es posible sexualizar la Geometría? (2018). Imagen cortesía de Galería Agustina Ferreyra Throwing baroque shade at the silken sulky

The Feminist School of Painting The Feminist School of Painting

The Feminist School of Painting

Ad Minoliti

KADIST San Francisco, California, USA 10/03/2018 – 12/15/2018

The Feminist School of Painting is a solo exhibition by Ad Minoliti. Culminating her residency at KADIST, the project transforms the galleries into an active classroom with new murals of vibrant silhouettes of animals, landscapes, and geometrical forms. Reimagining the structure of an art school, Minoliti collaborates with a group of Bay Area artists, scholars,

Ad Minoliti, Amigxs, 2018 Digital postcard. Courtesy of KADIST Ad Minoliti, Installation view of Dollhouse, 2018, at Peres Projects, Berlin. Courtesy of KADIST Ad Minoliti, PLAY C, 2016. Digital collage on canvas, 100 x 140cm. Courtesy of KADIST The Feminist School of Painting is a solo exhibition by Ad Minoliti. Culminating her residency at KADIST, the project

Art Basel Cities 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina Art Basel Cities 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Art Basel Cities 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Por Ixchel Ledesma Buenos Aires, Argentina 09/06/2018 – 09/12/2018

Signals: Public Space Appropriation by the Art Basel Cities Project in Buenos Aires A standard way of relating politics to art assumes that art represents political issues in one way or another. But there is a much more interesting perspective: the politics of the field of art as a place of work.1 Simply look at what

Art Basel Cities Buenos Aires, Rayuela, 2018. Obra de Eduardo Basualdo. Imagen cortesía de Art Basel Señalamientos: apropiación del espacio público por el proyecto Art Basel Cities en Buenos Aires Una manera típica de poner en relación la política con el arte, plantea que el arte puede representar de una u otra forma asuntos políticos. Pero hay un

Playground 2.0 CDMX

Playground 2.0 CDMX

Ad Minoliti

Galería Agustina Ferreyra Ciudad de México, México 02/05/2018 – 03/31/2018

The work of Ad Minoliti (Buenos Aires, 1980) is concerned with the relation between eroticism, queer theory, history, and geometry; as well as the anthropological importance and social implications of design. For the artist, geometry is the best tool to represent and investigate a trans-human utopia and heterotopia in which gender theories can be applied

  Ad Minoliti. Installation view of Playground 2.0 CDMX, at Galería Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of Galería Agustina Ferreyra Ad Minoliti. Installation view of Playground 2.0 CDMX, at Galería Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of Galería Agustina Ferreyra Ad Minoliti. Installation view of Playground 2.0 CDMX, at Galería Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico City,