Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
We are Many: Experiments in Collectivity We are Many: Experiments in Collectivity

We are Many: Experiments in Collectivity

Curated by Amanda Arantes, Fernanda Pitta and Jochen Volz

Pinacoteca de São Paulo São Paulo, Brazil August 10, 2019 – October 28, 2019

Pinacoteca de São Paulo, the museum of São Paulo State Secretariat for Culture and Creative Economy presents the group exhibition We are Many: Experiments in Collectivity, which investigates artistic practice as a collective exercise. Curated by Amanda Arantes, Fernanda Pitta and Jochen Volz, the show presents artistic experiences designed as direct or indirect dialogues with Joseph Beuys’ production,

Joseph Beuys, Honigpumpe am Arbeitsplatz [Bomba de mel no local de trabalho] (1977). Vista da instalação. Photo by Levi Fanan / Pinacoteca Mônica Nador and JAMAC, Projeto Educativa Extramuros (2019). Photo by Levi Fanan / Pinacoteca Vivian Caccuri, Ode ao Triângulo (2019). Installation view. Photo by Levi Fanan / Pinacoteca Pinacoteca de São Paulo, the museum of

Pop América, 1965-1975 Pop América, 1965-1975

Pop América, 1965-1975

Curatorship by Esther Gabara

Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University Durham, North Carolina, USA 02/21/2019 – 07/21/2019

Despite the wide appeal of Pop art’s engaging imagery, the broader public remains unaware of the participation and significant contribution of Latin American and Latino/a artists working at the same time and alongside their U.S. and European counterparts. The Nasher Museum presents Pop América, 1965-1975, the first exhibition with a hemispheric vision of Pop. The exhibition

Antonio Caro, Colombia Coca-Cola (1976). Enamel on sheet metal. Collection of the MIT List Visual Arts Center. Image courtesy of the artist and Casas Riegner, Bogota, Colombia. © Antonio Caro Antonio Dias, The Illustration of Art/Uncovering the Cover-Up (1973). Screenprint and acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Galeria Nara Roesler, New York, New

Baile da Aurora Sincera Baile da Aurora Sincera

Baile da Aurora Sincera

Curated by Bernardo Mosqueira

Solar dos Abacaxis Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 02/09/2019 – 02/09/2019

Artists: Ana Clara Tito, Ana Matheus Abbade, Arthur Chaves, Bárbara Wagner, Benjamin de Burca, Bruna Amaro, Carlos Vergara, Denilson Baniwa, Enrica Bernardelli, Fernanda Zerbini, Hélio Oiticica, Jo Serfaty e Mariana Kaufman, Juliana dos Santos, Maria Palmeiro, Marcos Chaves, Mariana Paraizo, Mariwô, Nathalie Nery, Natali Tubenchlak, Opavivará!, Rafael Bandeira, Rivane Neuenschwander e Cao Guimarães, Tiago Sant’Ana Curatorship:

Baile da Aurora Sincera (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of MANJAR Baile da Aurora Sincera (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of MANJAR Baile da Aurora Sincera (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of MANJAR Artists: Ana Clara Tito, Ana Matheus Abbade, Arthur Chaves, Bárbara Wagner, Benjamin de Burca, Bruna Amaro, Carlos Vergara, Denilson Baniwa, Enrica Bernardelli, Fernanda

AI-5 50 YEARS – it still isn’t over yet AI-5 50 YEARS – it still isn’t over yet

AI-5 50 YEARS – it still isn’t over yet

Curated by Paulo Miyada

Instituto Tomie Ohtake Sao Paulo 09/04/2018 – 11/04/2018

“What is the purpose of an art institution in a country like Brazil, today, in 2018? Even though this doesn’t directly reach the spectators, this is a question that Instituto Tomie Ohtake’s employees face every day, dealing with the responsibilities intrinsic to the work they develop. There are several different answers for this question and

AI-5 50 YEARS – still hasn’t ended yet. Installation view at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, 2018. Photo courtesy of Instituto Tomie Ohtake AI-5 50 YEARS – still hasn’t ended yet. Installation view at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, 2018. Photo courtesy of Instituto Tomie Ohtake. AI-5 50 YEARS – still hasn’t ended yet. Instalation View at Instituto Tomie

Memorias del subdesarrollo Memorias del subdesarrollo

Memorias del subdesarrollo

Organizada por Julieta González

Museo Jumex Ciudad de México 03/22/2018 – 09/09/2018

El Museo Jumex presenta Memorias del subdesarrollo: el giro descolonial en el arte de América Latina, 1960–1985, organizada por Julieta González, directora artística del Museo Jumex. La exposición examina un cambio de paradigma clave en la cultura y las artes visuales, caracterizado por la articulación de un discurso que oponía resistencia a la retórica del

Vista de la exposición Memorias del subdesarrollo: El giro descolonial en el arte de América Latina, 1960-1985, Museo Jumex, 2018. Foto: Abigail Enzaldo y Emilio García. Imagen cortesía de Museo Jumex. Vista de la exposición Memorias del subdesarrollo: El giro descolonial en el arte de América Latina, 1960-1985, Museo Jumex, 2018. Foto: Abigail Enzaldo y Emilio García.

Verboamérica Verboamérica

Verboamérica

Curated by Andrea Giunta and Agustín Pérez Rubio

MALBA Buenos Aires, Argentina 09/21/2016 –

Artistas: Francis Alÿs, Fernando Bryce, Lygia Clark, Miguel Covarrubias, Mirtha Dermisache, Antônio Dias, Paz Errázuriz, Ricardo Garabito,  Anna Bella Geiger, Mathias Goeritz, José Gurvich, Annemarie Heinrich, Alfredo Jaar, Kenneth Kemble, Guillermo Kuitca, Fernanda Laguna, Wilfredo Lam, Julio Le Parc, Jorge Macchi, Liliana Maresca, Mónica Mayer, José Carlos Martinat, María Martins, Ana Mendieta, Marta Minujín, Helio Oiticica, José Clemente

Vista de instalación. Verboamérica, 2017. Imagen cortesía de MALBA, Buenos Aires. Fotografía: Javier Agustín Rojas Las Yeguas del Apocalipsis, Las dos Fridas. Cortesía de MALBA, Buenos Aires. Nicolás García Uriburu, Portfolio (manifiesto), 1973. Cortesía de MALBA, Buenos Aires. Fotografía: Pablo Jantus Artistas: Francis Alÿs, Fernando Bryce, Lygia Clark, Miguel Covarrubias, Mirtha Dermisache, Antônio Dias, Paz Errázuriz, Ricardo Garabito,  Anna Bella Geiger,

Chromophilia vs Chromophobia Chromophilia vs Chromophobia

Chromophilia vs Chromophobia

Organized by Alexandra Garcia Waldman

Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo, Brazil 11/21/2016 – 01/21/2017

The group exhibition Chromophilia vs. Chromophobia: an exploration of color features eighteen pieces by Abraham Palatnik, Antonio Dias, Bruno Dunley, Cao Guimarães, Carlito Carvalhosa, Daniel Buren, Daniel Senise, Haegue Yang, Hélio Oiticica, Julio Le Parc, Karin Lambrecht, Lucia Koch, Marco Maggi, Rodolpho Parigi, Sérgio Sister, Tomie Ohtake, Vik Muniz, and Xavier Veilhan. Organized by the gallery’s artistic director Alexandra Garcia Waldman,

Lucia Koch, Showcase – gradients, 2012. Exhibitor containing 10 printed canvas, backlighted. Translucent vinyl. Ed 1/3. 200 x 95 x 100 cm. Courtesy of Galeria Nara Roesler. Exhibition View, Chromophilia vs. Chromophobia, 2016. Photo: Everton Ballardin ® Galeria Nara Roesler. Exhibition View, Chromophilia vs. Chromophobia, 2016. Photo: Everton Ballardin ® Galeria Nara Roesler. The group exhibition