Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era

Curated by Irene Tsatsos and Daniela Lieja

Armory Center for the Arts Pasadena, California, USA 05/07/2017 – 09/17/2017

The Armory Center for the Arts presents Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era  [​Abajo y a la izquierda: Reflexiones sobre México en la era del TLC]​,​ a group exhibition in the Armory’s Caldwell Gallery. The exhibition was conceived of and organized by Irene Tsatsos, Director of Exhibition Programs/Chief Curator,

Installation View. Courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts. Photo by Jeff McLane Studio Installation View. Courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts. Photo by Jeff McLane Studio Installation View. Courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts. Photo by Jeff McLane Studio The Armory Center for the Arts presents Down and to the Left: Reflections

False Flags False Flags

False Flags

Curated by Noah Simblist

Pelican Bomb New Orleans, USA 04/01/2016 – 05/29/2016

Artists: William Binnie, Ariel Reichman, Rona Yefman, Nicolás Guagnini, Exterritory Project, Tania Bruguera, Minerva Cuevas, Public Movement and Jamal Cyrus In his 1983 book, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, political scientist Benedict Anderson famously called a nation an “imagined community,” a group of people who most probably will never meet but imagine themselves as a part of one

Artists: William Binnie, Ariel Reichman, Rona Yefman, Nicolás Guagnini, Exterritory Project, Tania Bruguera, Minerva Cuevas, Public Movement and Jamal Cyrus In his 1983 book, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, political scientist Benedict Anderson famously called a nation an “imagined community,” a group of people who most probably will never meet but imagine themselves as a part of one

Feast and Famine Feast and Famine

Feast and Famine

Minerva Cuevas

kurimanzutto Ciudad de México 09/18/2015 – 10/24/2015

En una época de indiferencia y escepticismo generalizados, los proyectos de Minerva Cuevas (México, 1975) se caracterizan por llevar a cabo una investigación crítica de la realidad social. Su obra busca provocar la reflexión política, empleando ironía y humor para analizar las relaciones de poder que permean los vínculos sociales y económicos. En esta exposición, Cuevas utiliza el cacao

En una época de indiferencia y escepticismo generalizados, los proyectos de Minerva Cuevas (México, 1975) se caracterizan por llevar a cabo una investigación crítica de la realidad social. Su obra busca provocar la reflexión política, empleando ironía y humor para analizar las relaciones de poder que permean los vínculos sociales y económicos. En esta exposición, Cuevas utiliza el cacao

Unsettled Landscapes Unsettled Landscapes

Unsettled Landscapes

Curated by Candice Hopkins and Lucía Sanromán

SITE Santa Fe Santa Fe, USA 07/20/2014 – 01/11/2015

  With Shuvinai Ashoona, Jamison Chas Banks, Raymond Boisjoly, Andrea Bowers, Matthew Buckingham, Adriana Bustos, Johanna Calle, Luis Camnitzer, Liz Cohen, Minerva Cuevas, Blue Curry, Agnes Denes, Juan Downey, Gianfranco Foschino, Futurefarmers, Anna Bella Geiger, Andrea Geyer, Frank Gohlke, Pablo Helguera, James Hyde, Deborah Jack, Yishai Jusidman, Leandro Katz, Irene Kopelman, Miler Lagos, Glenda León, Ric

July 20, 2014 – January 11, 2015 With Shuvinai Ashoona, Jamison Chas Banks, Raymond Boisjoly, Andrea Bowers, Matthew Buckingham, Adriana Bustos, Johanna Calle, Luis Camnitzer, Liz Cohen, Minerva Cuevas, Blue Curry, Agnes Denes, Juan Downey, Gianfranco Foschino, Futurefarmers, Anna Bella Geiger, Andrea Geyer, Frank Gohlke, Pablo Helguera, James Hyde, Deborah Jack, Yishai Jusidman, Leandro Katz, Irene