Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch & Division Lamp TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch & Division Lamp

TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch & Division Lamp

Ignacio Gatica and Gregory Kalliche

Interstate Projects Brooklyn, New York, USA 04/05/2019 – 05/05/2019

TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch For his first US solo exhibition, Ignacio Gatica presents TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch, a new series of work that maps out distinct forms of technology and quotidian interfaces throughout the gallery space. The aphorism the show takes as its title was

Ignacio Gatica, TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist Ignacio Gatica, TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist TANSTAAFL: There’s no such thing as a free lunch For his first US solo exhibition, Ignacio Gatica presents TANSTAAFL: There’s no

Sangre y Sol

Sangre y Sol

Sara Mejia Kriendler

The Chimney Brooklyn, New York, USA 03/15/2019 – 05/05/2019

What myth do you live by? —Joseph Campbell In Sangre y Sol, Sara Mejia Kriendler’s first solo exhibition at The Chimney, the Colombian-American artist juxtaposes two large scale sculptures that explore the conflict between the sacred and the profane, the disposable and the everlasting, the earthly and the otherworldly. In 2015, Kriendler returned to Colombia for

Sara Mejia Kriendler, Sangre (2019). Terracotta. Courtesy of the artist and The Chimney. Photography by Reggie Shiobara Sara Mejia Kriendler, Sol (2019). Gold foil. Courtesy of the artist and The Chimney. Photography by Reggie Shiobara Sara Mejia Kriendler, Sangre (2019). Terracotta. Courtesy of the artist and The Chimney. Photography by Reggie Shiobara What myth do you

Bodega Run Bodega Run

Bodega Run

Tschabalala Self

Hammer Museum Los Angeles, California, USA 02/02/2019 – 04/28/2019

It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others. —W. E. B. Du Bois New York City is a patchwork quilt of distinct neighborhoods spread across all five boroughs and punctuated by renowned cultural and historic landmarks—the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty,

Hammer Projects: Tschabalala Self, installation view, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Joshua White Tschabalala Self, Bodega Run Diptych, 2017. Acrylic, watercolor, flashe, gouache, colored pencil, pencil, hand-colored photocopy, hand-colored canvas on canvas. Collection of the Luma Foundation, New York Tschabalala Self, Bodega Run, installation view, Pilar Corrias Gallery, London, September 7—27, 2017 It is a

Told and Untold

Told and Untold

Kati Horna

Americas Society / Council of the Americas New York, USA 09/13/2016 – 12/17/2016

Renowned for her innovative images documenting Mexico City’s urban expansion and vibrant cultural scene, Kati Horna (Budapest, 1912 – Mexico City, 2000) was already a widely published photographer of the Spanish Civil War when she arrived in Mexico at the end of 1939. Her prolific career is the focus of the exhibition Told and Untold:

Renowned for her innovative images documenting Mexico City’s urban expansion and vibrant cultural scene, Kati Horna (Budapest, 1912 – Mexico City, 2000) was already a widely published photographer of the Spanish Civil War when she arrived in Mexico at the end of 1939. Her prolific career is the focus of the exhibition Told and Untold: