Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
I’m Not Drunk I’m Not Drunk

I’m Not Drunk

Curaduría por Radamés “Juni” Figueroa

km 0.2 San Juan, Puerto Rico 03/28/2019 – 05/16/2019

I’m not drunk es un proyecto curado por Radamés Juni Figueroa para km 0.2. El proyecto retoma una iniciativa hecha por el artista desde al año 2011 titulada La Loseta. La Loseta fue una plataforma expositiva que albergó un total de 12 exhibiciones y varios eventos durante el 2011. La idea primordial de este proyecto

Chloe Wilcox, HA! HA! HA! (2019). Medio mixto. Imagen cortesía de km 0.2 Cristina Tufiño, Dos de hamburger (2019). Yeso. Imagen cortesía de km 0.2 Carolina Caycedo, Lolita Lebron (2018). Tinta sobre papel; Monica Rodríguez, Arsenal rodante (2014). Madera de flor de maga; Carolina Caycedo, Iris Chacon (2018). Tinta sobre papel. Imagen cortesía de km 2.0

Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico

Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico

Curated by Mariola Rosario and Emma Saperstein

Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery, Cuesta College San Luis Obispo, California, USA 01/31/2019 – 02/27/2019

“Here, however, we cannot avoid the tide. The island is tidal. The tide enjoys control, arguably more than the people she surrounds. You can only get on and off when the water lets you. The tide can physically stop you.” —Julie Crawshaw and Menelaos Gkartzios, The way art works: descriptions of community governance Ex·cess: the state

Installation view, Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico at Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery, Cuesta College, California, 2019. Image courtesy of the artists Installation view, Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico at Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery, Cuesta College, California, 2019. Image courtesy of the artists Installation

Bienal de MexiCali 2018: CALAFIA, California, USA Bienal de MexiCali 2018: CALAFIA, California, USA

Bienal de MexiCali 2018: CALAFIA, California, USA

By Arden Decker California, USA 10/06/2018 – 12/15/2018

CALAFIA: Manifesting the Terrestrial Paradise The MexiCali Biennial, now presenting its fourth edition, is a bi-national initiative curated by Ed Gomez, Luis G. Hernández, Daniela Lieja Quintanar, and April Lillard-Gómez taking place in venues on both sides of the California-Mexican border throughout this year. The biennial opened earlier this summer with a two-day series of

Artwork by Luis Alonso Sanchez. Installation view, CALAFIA: Manifesting the Terrestrial Paradise at the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art. Image courtesy of the MexiCali Biennial CALAFIA: Manifestando el paraíso terrenal La Bienal de MexiCali, presentando ahora su cuarta edición, es una iniciativa binacional curada por Ed Gomez, Luis G. Hernández, Daniela Lieja Quintanar, y April

Archiving for New Worlds Archiving for New Worlds

Archiving for New Worlds

by Eunsong Kim and Gelare Khoshgozaran

Monica Rodriguez’s research as practice explores international and intergenerational struggles for Caribbean independence. The Antilles for the Antilleans. This is how Puerto Rican nationalist Ramon Emeterio Betances calls for the independence of the Caribbean and the foundation of an Antillean Confederacy. Artist Monica Rodriguez describes her project Las Antillas para los Antillanos as a consideration

Video Antillano (still of contribution by Luis Vazquez from Trinidad & Tobago). One of the online “exquisite corpse” projects Monica Rodriguez’s research as practice explores international and intergenerational struggles for Caribbean independence. The Antilles for the Antilleans. This is how Puerto Rican nationalist Ramon Emeterio Betances calls for the independence of the Caribbean and the