Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Portadores de sentido. Arte contemporáneo en la Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, en Museo Amparo Portadores de sentido. Arte contemporáneo en la Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, en Museo Amparo

Portadores de sentido. Arte contemporáneo en la Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, en Museo Amparo

Por Irving Domínguez Puebla, México 02/09/2019 – 07/22/2019

Preface In the year 2016, the Museum of Modern Art of New York (MoMA) received a donation composed of 102 works of art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (CPPC). With it came the Cisneros Institute dedicated to the research of art produced in Latin America. [1] Both its director, Glenn Lowry, and the director

Vista de instalación, Portadores de sentido. Arte contemporáneo en la Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, Museo Amparo, Puebla, México, 2019. Imagen cortesía Museo Amparo Preámbulo En el año 2016 el Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York (MoMA) recibió en donación 102 obras de arte provenientes de la Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (CPPC). Con

I See You I See You

I See You

Curated by Storm Janse van Rensburg, Humberto Moro, and Ben Tollefson

SCAD Museum of Art Savannah, Georgia, USA 07/26/2018 – 12/30/2018

Presented by the SCAD Museum of Art, the group exhibition I See You considers the human body as terrain that is constantly subject to different forces. Through geographical, economic, political, historical, psychological and social dynamics, the body is pressured—even physically affected—by the weight of abstract structures. This exhibition explores the ways in which these factors

I See You. Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art I See You. Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art I See You. Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art Presented by the SCAD

Formas de libertad: Carlos Motta at MAMM, Medellín, Colombia Formas de libertad: Carlos Motta at MAMM, Medellín, Colombia

Formas de libertad: Carlos Motta at MAMM, Medellín, Colombia

by Nadia Moreno Moya Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia 11/29/2017 – 02/18/2018

Formas de Libertad (Shapes of Freedom), is the title of the exhibition by Carlos Motta (Bogotá, 1978), currently on view at the Museum of Modern Art of Medellín (MAMM), gathering a selection of projects and works made by this Colombian artist based in New York since the late nineties. As noted in the presentation text

Carlos Motta, Formas de libertad. Sala A y Sala de Fundiciones, piso 1. Imagen cortesía del Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín. Formas de libertad, título que lleva la exposición del artista Carlos Motta (Bogotá, 1978) y que se presenta en el Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín (MAMM), reúne una selección de proyectos y

A Decolonial Atlas: Group show at Vincent Price Art Museum, Los Angeles A Decolonial Atlas: Group show at Vincent Price Art Museum, Los Angeles

A Decolonial Atlas: Group show at Vincent Price Art Museum, Los Angeles

By Alexia Veytia-Rubio Los Angeles, California, USA 04/22/2017 – 07/22/2017

In the exhibition entitled A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies of Contemporary Art in the Americas, we encounter the questions Latin American artists face when it comes to their artistic practices’ contextualization in the contemporary environment that has historically been monopolized by notions of art based on the legacies of Occidental ideology. Curated by Pilar Tompkins-Rivas—who has

A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas (installation shot), 2017. Photograph by Monica Orozco. Courtesy of the Vincent Price Art Museum, Los Angeles. Un Atlas Decolonial: Exposición colectiva en el Vincent Price Art Museum, Los Ángeles En la exhibición Un Atlas Decolonial: Estrategias en Arte Contemporáneo de las Américas nos encontramos con las cuestiones

Histories for the future Histories for the future

Histories for the future

Carlos Motta

Pérez Art Museum Miami Miami, Florida, USA 07/15/2016 – 01/15/2017

Attempting to provide counter narratives that shed light on the dynamics of contemporary forms of social oppression, Carlos Motta (b. 1978, Bogotá, Colombia; lives in New York) is a multidisciplinary artist that explores the discourses of sexuality, gender, identity, and minority culture in his works to challenge dominant histories. At times working as an activist

Attempting to provide counter narratives that shed light on the dynamics of contemporary forms of social oppression, Carlos Motta (b. 1978, Bogotá, Colombia; lives in New York) is a multidisciplinary artist that explores the discourses of sexuality, gender, identity, and minority culture in his works to challenge dominant histories. At times working as an activist

A Decolonial Atlas: Videos from the Americas, 2010-2015 A Decolonial Atlas: Videos from the Americas, 2010-2015

A Decolonial Atlas: Videos from the Americas, 2010-2015

Curated by Pilar Tompkins Rivas

Oficina de Proyectos Culturales Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México 03/12/2016 – 05/07/2016

Assistant Curator: Ana Iwataki Artists: Ivan Argote, Raul Baltazar, Tania Candiani, Carolina Caycedo, Laura Huertas Millán, Carlos Motta, Camilo Ontiveros, Eamon Ore-Giron, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa, Javier Tapia Drawing from the hemispheric context of the Americas, and broad questions of civilization and culture, A Decolonial Atlas: Videos from the Americas, 2010-2015 presents recent video works by ten artists from Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States grappling with

Assistant Curator: Ana Iwataki Artists: Ivan Argote, Raul Baltazar, Tania Candiani, Carolina Caycedo, Laura Huertas Millán, Carlos Motta, Camilo Ontiveros, Eamon Ore-Giron, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa, Javier Tapia Drawing from the hemispheric context of the Americas, and broad questions of civilization and culture, A Decolonial Atlas: Videos from the Americas, 2010-2015 presents recent video works by ten artists from Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States grappling with

Leé mis labios Leé mis labios

Leé mis labios

Curated by Miguel A. López

TEOR/éTica San José, Costa Rica 10/21/2015 – 02/27/2016

Artists: Lucy Argueta, Victoria Cabezas, Giuseppe Campuzano, CUDS (Coordinadora Universitaria de Disidencia Sexual), Erreakzioa – Reacción, Jaume Ferrete, fierce pussy, Bob Flanagan, Regina Galindo, GANG, Roberto Guerrero, Solange Jacobs, Jeleton, Zoe Leonard, Priscilla Monge, Carlos Motta con José Daniel Clarke, Mujeres Públicas, Daniela Ortiz, Jorge Pineda, Victoria Santa Cruz, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle en polinización cruzada

Artistas: Lucy Argueta, Victoria Cabezas, Giuseppe Campuzano, CUDS (Coordinadora Universitaria de Disidencia Sexual), Erreakzioa – Reacción, Jaume Ferrete, fierce pussy, Bob Flanagan, Regina Galindo, GANG, Roberto Guerrero, Solange Jacobs, Jeleton, Zoe Leonard, Priscilla Monge, Carlos Motta con José Daniel Clarke, Mujeres Públicas, Daniela Ortiz, Jorge Pineda, Victoria Santa Cruz, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle en polinización cruzada

Unerasable Memories: A historic look at the videobrasil collection Unerasable Memories: A historic look at the videobrasil collection

Unerasable Memories: A historic look at the videobrasil collection

Curated by Agustín Pérez Rubio

Videobrasil São Paulo, Brazil 10/31/2014 – 11/30/2014

  With Akram Zaatari, Ayrson Heráclito & Danillo Barata, Aurélio Michiles, Bouchra Khalili, Carlos Motta, Coco Fusco, Dan Halter, Enio Staup, Jonathas de Andrade, Léón Ferrari & Ricardo Pons, Liu Wei, Luiz de Abreu, Mwangu Hutter, Rabih Mroué, Rosangela Rennó, Sebastian Diaz-Morales, Vincent Carelli & Dominique Gallois, and Walid Raad   From the “discovery” of Brazil

  Con Akram Zaatari, Ayrson Heráclito & Danillo Barata, Aurélio Michiles, Bouchra Khalili, Carlos Motta, Coco Fusco, Dan Halter, Enio Staup, Jonathas de Andrade, Léón Ferrari & Ricardo Pons, Liu Wei, Luiz de Abreu, Mwangu Hutter, Rabih Mroué, Rosangela Rennó, Sebastian Diaz-Morales, Vincent Carelli & Dominique Gallois, y Walid Raad   From the “discovery” of Brazil

#1: Cartagena #1: Cartagena

#1: Cartagena

Cartagena de Indias Atlántico, Colombia 02/07/2014 – 04/07/2014

Curators : Berta Sichel with co-curators Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, Paul Willemsen (International exhibition) and Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriela Rangel, Stephanie Rosenthal (Colombian artists exhibition) #1: Cartagena is an issue-oriented project with works spread throughout the historic district. #1: Cartagena reflects on the cultural traditions of the people, the history and the deep connections to the colonial past, as well

Curators : Berta Sichel with co-curators Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, Paul Willemsen (International exhibition) and Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriela Rangel, Stephanie Rosenthal (Colombian artists exhibition)     #1: Cartagena is an issue-oriented project with works spread throughout the historic district. #1: Cartagena reflects on the cultural traditions of the people, the history and the deep connections to the colonial past,