Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Avalanche

Avalanche

Katinka Bock

Pivô São Paulo, Brazil August 31, 2019 – November 9, 2019

The exhibition is about places where people live together, populations, problem zones, contact zones and tenderness, polluted bodies, loss of control, suspended moments, reasons to hold together. Cities are all different but the same. Paris and São Paulo, who cares, humans and animals, concrete and words, vessels and cracks, maybe it’s just a question of

Katinka Bock, Avalanche (2019). Installation view. Photo by Everton Ballardin. Image courtesy of Pivô Katinka Bock, Avalanche (2019). Installation view. Photo by Everton Ballardin. Image courtesy of Pivô Katinka Bock, Avalanche (2019). Installation view. Photo by Everton Ballardin. Image courtesy of Pivô The exhibition is about places where people live together, populations, problem zones, contact zones and tenderness, polluted bodies, loss of control, suspended

Configurations Configurations

Configurations

Katinka Bock, Guillaume Leblon, Gabriel Rico

IK LAB Tulum, Yucatán, México 12/23/2018 – 01/31/2019

Alchemical forces, ephemeral transformations, surreal transitions and post-apocalyptic ruins are just some of the themes explored in Configurations, which opened on September 23, at the contemporary art space, IK LAB, founded by Roth (Eduardo Neira). Curated by Claudia Paetzold, Configurations presents a selection of work by Franco-German artist Katinka Bock, whose recent presentation at Manifesta in Palermo, Sicily, evocatively uses

Installation view. Guillaume Leblon, Portrait (2016), for Configurations at IK LAB, 2018. Courtesy of IK LAB Installation view. Guillaume Leblon, Abandoned Window (2018), for Configurations at IK LAB, 2018. Courtesy of IK LAB IK LAB, 2018. Courtesy of Fernando Artigas Architect / Photographer Alchemical forces, ephemeral transformations, surreal transitions and post-apocalyptic ruins are just some of the

El tiempo dirá

El tiempo dirá

Curated by Thomas Boutoux and Paola Santoscoy

Museo Experimento El Eco Mexico City, México 12/09/2016 – 02/26/2017

Artists: Boris Achour, Camille Blatrix, Katinka Bock, Isabelle Cornaro, Tatiana Trouvé, Lili Reynaud-Dewar and Raphaël Zarka Winning a prize is an honor, a reward, a bliss. It is a feeling more than anything else. Even the attention it brings to the winner is a fugitive one. Prize-winners come and go, like seasons. An exhibition based on

Vista de sala principal. De izquierda a derecha: Boris Achour, News from Friends (André Caderé), 2016. Tarjeta postal / postcard; Katinka Bock, Smog, 2016. Bronce / bronze; Tatiana Trouvé, The Guardian, 2013. Bronce patinado, cobre, pintura / patinated bronze, cooper, paint; Boris Achour, Leftovers (Nora), 2016. Lámpara, poliestireno, cable / lamp, polystyrene, cable; Isabelle Cornaro,

For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only

Katinka Bock

LABOR Mexico City, México 09/22/2016 – 11/05/2016

Katinka Bock’s work consists of spatial constructions —understanding space as what contains and connects—, where the relevance of materiality and body presence is stressed. Her works occupy the space multidimensionally to their limits and from them; they define the flows and movements, as well as interpersonal, interspatial and intertemporal relationships. Opposite to the mechanization of

El trabajo de Katinka Bock consiste en construcciones espaciales —entendiendo el espacio como lo que contiene y lo que conecta—, en las que se subraya la importancia de la materialidad y el cuerpo. Sus obras ocupan multidimensionalmente el espacio hasta los límites de cada una y a partir de ellos determinando flujos y movimientos, relaciones