Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
WORK – DO + : Very (Anti)productive Systems WORK – DO + : Very (Anti)productive Systems

WORK – DO + : Very (Anti)productive Systems

Curated by Marta Ramos-Yzquierdo

Galeria Pilar São Paulo, Brazil 08/14/2016 – 09/24/2016

Artists: Adrián Melis, Alberto Casari, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck / Jan Balteo-Yabur, Ana Esteve Reig, Bruno Moreschi, Fábio Kacero, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Joana Bastos, Juan E. Odriozola, Julius Heinemann / Felix Leon Westner, María Sánchez, Pedro França and Vivian Caccuri. This exhibition is an invitation to reflect on the concepts of effectiveness and efficiency as forms of capitalist/neoliberal

Artistas: Adrián Melis, Alberto Casari, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck / Jan Balteo-Yabur, Ana Esteve Reig, Bruno Moreschi, Fábio Kacero, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Joana Bastos, Juan E. Odriozola, Julius Heinemann / Felix Leon Westner, María Sánchez, Pedro França y Vivian Caccuri. Esta exposición quiere reflexionar sobre los conceptos de eficacia y eficiencia como modos aplicados a la producción dentro

Art Basel Miami Beach Art Week 2015 Art Basel Miami Beach Art Week 2015

Art Basel Miami Beach Art Week 2015

by Dorothée Dupuis

Miami Convention Center and other venues Miami, Florida, USA 12/01/2015 – 12/06/2015

Things are changing in Miami. Stuck in traffic between closed highways and multiple deviation routes, Art Basel visitors might notice an impressive amount of construction work going on in the Floridian cultural capital these days. It is now the second financial center in the U.S. after New York, and the real estate business is thriving

Pauline Boudry y Renate Lorenz en Marcelle Alix (Paris), Art Basel Positions Las cosas están cambiando en Miami. Atascados en el tráfico entre autopistas cerradas y múltiples desvíos, los visitantes de Art Basel pueden notar una cantidad impresionante de trabajos de construcción en la capital cultural de Florida en estos días. Ahora es el segundo

Impenetrable Impenetrable

Impenetrable

Otto Berchem

Galeria Pilar São Paulo, Brazil 06/10/2015 – 08/01/2015

One of the tasks of art is to rewrite its own history. This is probably true of most other disciplines too, and of the adventure of life more generally, but art has a particular responsibility to liberate itself from tradition. Only by reforging its own traditions can it keep in touch with the present moment

One of the tasks of art is to rewrite its own history. This is probably true of most other disciplines too, and of the adventure of life more generally, but art has a particular responsibility to liberate itself from tradition. Only by reforging its own traditions can it keep in touch with the present moment