Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
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Curated by GeoVanna Gonzalez and Naiomy Guerrero

Supplement Projects Miami, Florida, USA 06/15/2019 – 08/04/2019

  [Unsubscribe] is a group show comprised of artists who use visual language dominant in the digital realm to engage questions of e-identity formation, and social interactions that play out in our imaginations—despite the absence of a physical presence. The exhibition considers the internet as a place not void of strategic categorization and intervention.  In Will

Danny Agnew (Roots Collective), Black is an Algorithm (2019). Printed t-shirt. Image courtesy of Supplement Projects Pastiche Lumumba, #EndlessScrollingGeneration No.1,2,3,4, animated GIFs. Image courtesy of Supplement Projects [UNSUBSCRIBE], Installation view (2019). Image courtesy of Supplement Projects [Unsubscribe] is a group show comprised of artists who use visual language dominant in the digital realm to engage questions of e-identity

Resistir el paraíso

Resistir el paraíso

Curaduría por Marina Reyes Franco

:Pública San Juan, Puerto Rico 06/09/2019 – 07/06/2019

Resisting Paradise is an exhibition featuring Jamaican and Dominican artists creating work at the intersections of tourism, sexuality, gender, environmental concern, music, and the internet. The exhibition consists of existing and commissioned work resulting from an examination of preconceived notions of paradise, and tourism as a new means of colonization. Through their work in painting, photography,

Resisting Paradise (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of apexart Joiri Minaya, Siboney, 2014, Video, 10 min (still). Image courtesy of apexart Joiri Minaya, Siboney, 2014, Video, 10 min (still). Image courtesy of apexart Resistir el paraíso es una exhibición con artistas de Jamaica y la República Dominicana haciendo trabajo sobre la intersección del turismo, sexualidad, género,