Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Feminist Histories: Artists after 2000

Feminist Histories: Artists after 2000

Curatorship by Isabella Rjeille

Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand São Paulo, Brazil September 22, 2019 – November 17, 2019

Every year MASP’s programme is guided by a thematic axis designed around different histories, created from different perspectives, including fictional and non-fictional, personal and documentary narratives, diverse mediums and distinct temporalities and territories. Histórias da infância (Histories of Childhood) was set up in 2016, followed by Histórias da sexualidade (Histories of Sexuality) in 2017 and Histórias afro-atlânticas

Monica Restrepo, Estatuas (Ella volverá en cualquier momento) (2012-2014). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist Kaj Osteroth & Lydia Hamann, Staying with the trouble (2019). Credit: Kaj Osteroth & Lydia Hamann Tuesday Smillie, Again (2017). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist. Credit: Charles Mayer Every year MASP’s programme is guided by a thematic axis

Elementos de belleza: Carla Zaccagnini en Ladera Oeste, Guadalajara, México Elementos de belleza: Carla Zaccagnini en Ladera Oeste, Guadalajara, México

Elementos de belleza: Carla Zaccagnini en Ladera Oeste, Guadalajara, México

por Mónica Ramírez Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 03/17/2018 – 06/09/2018

Elements of Violence: an Image is Never Only an Image Proposition This is March 1914 and Velázquez’s Venus del espejo rests calmly in the National Gallery of London. Untouchable, she basks in the impressed faces of the visitors. Suffragette Mary Richardson enters the museum, approaches the painting, and slashes it with a knife. Seven cuts

Carla Zaccagnini, Elementos de belleza: un juego de té nunca es sólo un juego de té, 2014. Mural y audioguías. Cortesía de la artista y Ladera Oeste Elementos de violencia: una imagen nunca es sólo una imagen La premisa Estamos en marzo de 1914 y la tranquila Venus del espejo de Velázquez descansa en la

A Universal History of Infamy

A Universal History of Infamy

Curated by Rita Gonzalez, José Luis Blondet and Pilar Tompkins Rivas

LACMA Los Angeles, California, USA 08/20/2017 – 02/19/2018

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents A Universal History of Infamy featuring sixteen U.S. Latino and Latin American artists and collaborative teams who work across a range of media—from installation and performance to sculpture and video—and adopt methodologies from diverse disciplines, including anthropology, history, linguistics, and literature. Most of the works on view are new projects that

Ángela Bonadies, The Kitchen/La cocina (LA New Times Western School; Onnuri Church; Jin Young Yoon), 2016 and Street Meeting, 2016, 2017 from the series David Alfaro Siqueiros, Street Meeting, LA, 1932, 2016–2017, courtesy of the artist, installation view in A Universal History of Infamy, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018,