Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
CON(TEXT) & Manos (Hands)

CON(TEXT) & Manos (Hands)

Richard Armendariz, Cecilia Biagini, Nate Cassie, Andrés Ferrandis, Leon Ferrari, Cecilia Paredes, Katie Pell and Ethel Shipton

Ruiz-Healy Art San Antonio, Texas and New York City, USA September 17, 2020 – October 31, 2020

  CON(TEXT) Ruiz-Healy Art presents ​​CON(TEXT) at the New York City gallery featuring works by Richard Armendariz, Cecilia Biagini, Nate Cassie, Andrés Ferrandis, Leon Ferrari, Cecilia Paredes, Katie Pell and Ethel Shipton. The exhibition opens on Thursday, September 17 and will be on view through October 17, 2020. The themes found in the works of

Cecilia Biagini, Direct and Indirect (2020). Acrylic on canvas, wire. Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art Nate Cassie, This Land is Your Land (2020). Stamped on the bottom. High fire stoneware with a wood ash glaze. Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art Ethel Shipton, Change Cambio (2020). House paint, vinyl on panel. Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art CON(TEXT) Ruiz-Healy Art

Dusk / Daybreak

Dusk / Daybreak

Lionel Cruet

Yi Gallery New York, USA August 21, 2020 – September 19, 2020

Yi Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Lionel Cruet, on view from August 21 through September 19. With a photographic aspect, focusing on the ecological state of coastal spaces, Dusk/Daybreak is a series of experimental digital prints that capture daylight transitions using bi-tone pigmented gradations. Working with audiovisual installations and

Lionel Cruet, Dusk / Daybreak (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist Lionel Cruet, Dusk / Daybreak (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist Lionel Cruet, Dusk / Daybreak (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist Yi Gallery se complace en presentar Dusk/Daybreak, una exposición de la obra reciente del artista puertorriqueño

Aprendiendo a beber agua de mar Aprendiendo a beber agua de mar

Aprendiendo a beber agua de mar

Yumnia Duarte

Aramauca - El Patio de mi Casa San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, México - New York, USA August 10, 2020 –

Across the Wall is an international exchange program that arises from the connection between Aramauca (Chiapas, Mexico) and El Patio de mi Casa (New York, USA), with the intention of using contemporary art to blur the illusory walls between both nations. Across the Wall as a project has been proposed to generate a dynamic of dialogue,

Yumnia Duarte en Aprendiendo a beber agua de mar (2020). Imagen cortesía de Aramauca Yumnia Duarte en Aprendiendo a beber agua de mar (2020). Imagen cortesía de Aramauca Yumnia Duarte en Aprendiendo a beber agua de mar (2020). Imagen cortesía de Aramauca Across the Wall es un programa de intercambio internacional que surge de la conexión entre Aramauca (Chiapas,

Mostronamiento

Mostronamiento

Jonathan Torres

EMBAJADA FOYER New York, USA - San Juan, Puerto Rico July 15, 2020 – August 15, 2020

Torres examines human experience through the lens of a fantastic and strange world embedded with notions of anxiety, anguish and crisis. Mostronamiento, composed of paintings, drawing and sculpture, reflects a building anxiety on the point of collapse. Figures are arrested in moments that intersect between calamity and catharsis, beauty and the grotesque. Layered and impastoed

Jonathan Torres, Some Kind of Creature (detail), 2019, Encaustic, latex, synthetic hair, feather, acrylic Jonathan Torres, Mostronamiento (installation view), 2020 Jonathan Torres, Untitled 2020, 8 x 6 inches, oil on canvas Torres examines human experience through the lens of a fantastic and strange world embedded with notions of anxiety, anguish and crisis. Mostronamiento, composed of

Transnational Transnational

Transnational

Curatorship by Daniel Garza Usabiaga

PROXYCO New York, USA February 15, 2020 – May 11, 2020

This exhibition focuses on a group of Mexican artists that lived and worked in the US as well as American artists that resided in Mexico from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present in order to dwell on the transnational character of their productions. By including works produced in the last century, the

Transnational (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of PROXYCO, photographs by Zach Hyman Transnational (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of PROXYCO, photographs by Zach Hyman Transnational (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of PROXYCO, photographs by Zach Hyman This exhibition focuses on a group of Mexican artists that lived and worked in the US as well as

Abrigo

Abrigo

Feliciano Centurión

Americas Society New York, USA February 14, 2020 –

Feliciano Centurión (1962-1996) was a key artist of the 1990s artistic scene in Buenos Aires and a pioneer in the development of queer aesthetics. Born in Paraguay, the exuberant tropical landscape and flora and fauna of his childhood informed his work, as did his early exposure to the traditionally female craft traditions of embroidery, crochet,

Ave del paraiso florecido (Bird of flowering paradise), c. 1995. Embroidery on fabric, 16 ½ × 22 ½ inches (42 × 57 cm). Private collection, London. © Estate of the Artist, Familia Feliciano Centurión Installation view of Feliciano Centurión: Abrigo at Americas Society, February 14-May 16, 2020. Photo by OnWhiteWall.com Feliciano Centurión (1962-1996) was a

Le hablo a tu fantasma (todas las cosas se borran)

Le hablo a tu fantasma (todas las cosas se borran)

Juan Pablo Garza

Proxyco New York, USA September 28, 2019 – November 10, 2019

Terremoto is pleased to present the exhibitions selected for Terremoto Art Weekend NYC 2019, an initiative gathering more than 20 institutions, galleries and spaces in New York City featuring Latin American, Latinx and Afrodescendant artists. If you are in town, make sure you rsvp for a group walkthrough of each show at rsvp@terremoto.mx and stay

Juan Pablo Garza, Le hablo a tu fantasma (todas las cosas se borran) (2019). Installation view. Photo by Zach Hayman Juan Pablo Garza, Le hablo a tu fantasma (todas las cosas se borran) (2019). Installation view. Photo by Zach Hayman Juan Pablo Garza, Le hablo a tu fantasma (todas las cosas se borran) (2019). Installation

Marginalia Marginalia

Marginalia

Iñaki Bonillas

Kurimanzutto New York, USA October 5, 2019 – December 7, 2019

Terremoto is pleased to present the exhibitions selected for Terremoto Art Weekend NYC 2019, an initiative gathering more than 20 institutions, galleries and spaces in New York City featuring Latin American, Latinx and Afrodescendant artists. If you are in town, make sure you rsvp for a group walkthrough of each show at rsvp@terremoto.mx and stay

Iñaki Bonillas, vistas de instalación de Marginalia, kurimanzutto, Nueva York, 2019. Cortesía del artista y kurimanzutto, Ciudad de México / Nueva York. Foto: Documentation Art Iñaki Bonillas, vistas de instalación de Marginalia, kurimanzutto, Nueva York, 2019. Cortesía del artista y kurimanzutto, Ciudad de México / Nueva York. Foto: Documentation Art Iñaki Bonillas, Marginalia, 2019. Cortesía

INITIALISM (From Obscurantism to Enlightenment)

INITIALISM (From Obscurantism to Enlightenment)

Marco Maggi

Josée Bienvenu New York, USA September 12, 2019 – November 16, 2019

Terremoto is pleased to present the exhibitions selected for Terremoto Art Weekend NYC 2019, an initiative gathering more than 20 institutions, galleries and spaces in New York City featuring Latin American, Latinx and Afrodescendant artists. If you are in town, make sure you rsvp for a group walkthrough of each show at rsvp@terremoto.mx and stay

Marco Maggi, INITIALISM (From Obscurantism to Enlightenment) (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of Josée Bienvenu Marco Maggi, INITIALISM (From Obscurantism to Enlightenment) (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of Josée Bienvenu Marco Maggi, INITIALISM (From Obscurantism to Enlightenment) (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of Josée Bienvenu Terremoto is pleased to present the exhibitions selected for Terremoto Art Weekend NYC 2019, an initiative

The Devil Sees Beauty In A Pair Of Horns, Four Claws, And A Tail

The Devil Sees Beauty In A Pair Of Horns, Four Claws, And A Tail

Dalton Gata

Chapter NY New York, USA September 13, 2019 – October 27, 2019

Terremoto is pleased to present the exhibitions selected for Terremoto Art Weekend NYC 2019, an initiative gathering more than 20 institutions, galleries and spaces in New York City featuring Latin American, Latinx and Afrodescendant artists. If you are in town, make sure you rsvp for a group walkthrough of each show at rsvp@terremoto.mx and stay

Dalton Gata, Bathroom Line (2019). Installation view. Courtesy of the artist and Galería Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico City. Photo by Dario Lasagni Dalton Gata, The Devil Sees Beauty In A Pair Of Horns, Four Claws, And A Tail (2019). Installation view. Courtesy of the artist and Galería Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico City. Photo by Dario Lasagni Dalton Gata, Bathroom