Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Aún: 44 Salón Nacional de Artistas, Pereira, Colombia Aún: 44 Salón Nacional de Artistas, Pereira, Colombia

Aún: 44 Salón Nacional de Artistas, Pereira, Colombia

By Ericka Flórez Hidalgo Pereira, Colombia 09/16/2016 – 11/14/2016

To represent or perform the path? Artistic Director: Rosa Ángel Curators: Víctor Albarracín, Inti Guerrero, Guillermo Vanegas Artists: Adriana Arenas, Alberto De Michele, Alfonso Suárez, Alicia Barney, Álvaro Herazo, Amadou Keita, Ana María Millán, Andreas Siekmann, Andres Felipe Gallo, Andrés Felipe Uribe Cárdenas, Antonio Caro, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Barış Doğrusöz, Beatriz González, Bruno Mazzoldi, Cajón de Sastre,

Ming Wong, Ascent to the Heavenly Palace (III) [Ascención al Palacio Celestial (III)], Scenography for a Chinese Science Fiction Opera (I) [Escenografía para una ópera china de Ciencia Ficción (I)], 2015, Instalación, Variables. Cortesía: AÚN 44 Salón Nacional de Artistas | David Escobar Parra ¿Representar o performar la trocha? Directora artística: Rosa Ángel Curadores: Víctor

Power – Line

Power – Line

Agustina Woodgate

Spinello Projects Miami, Florida, USA 09/08/2016 – 11/08/2016

Power-Line is an installation of two new critical works —National Times and $8.05— that explore timekeeping as labor and value. Power-Line continues a series of works by Woodgate that investigate the ways in which the poetic-politics of infrastructure organize public and private space. Entering the exhibition through a long narrow hallway painted in fluorescent safety orange —the official color of OSHA

Power-Line is an installation of two new critical works —National Times and $8.05— that explore timekeeping as labor and value. Power-Line continues a series of works by Woodgate that investigate the ways in which the poetic-politics of infrastructure organize public and private space. Entering the exhibition through a long narrow hallway painted in fluorescent safety orange —the official color of OSHA

Aquatania. Parte I

Aquatania. Parte I

Cristóbal Gracia

El cuarto de máquinas Mexico City, Mexico 09/23/2016 – 12/17/2016

El Cuarto de Máquinas inaugurates its new space with the exhibition Aquatania. Parte I, by Cristóbal Gracia (Mexico City, 1987), who has developed an investigation project about the port of Acapulco based on the reinterpretation/appropriation of the movie Tarzan and the mermaids (1948), filmed on the Mexican port and starring the veteran Hollywood actor Johnny

El Cuarto de Máquinas inaugurates its new space with the exhibition Aquatania. Parte I, by Cristóbal Gracia (Mexico City, 1987), who has developed an investigation project about the port of Acapulco based on the reinterpretation/appropriation of the movie Tarzan and the mermaids (1948), filmed on the Mexican port and starring the veteran Hollywood actor Johnny

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:

Miruca

Miruca

Janina McQuoid

BFA Boatos Fine Arts São Paulo, Brazil 09/03/2016 – 12/22/2016

Miruca sharpens her nails on the cloth ball, looks at the landscape out the window. Miruca is fascinated by the light in the table lamp and rolls up in the basket. Janina McQuoid is presenting a new series of “light box” sculptures, that find their place within the domestic environment and in the neighbourhood’s wood shops

Miruca sharpens her nails on the cloth ball, looks at the landscape out the window. Miruca is fascinated by the light in the table lamp and rolls up in the basket. Janina McQuoid is presenting a new series of “light box” sculptures, that find their place within the domestic environment and in the neighbourhood’s wood shops

Les Chemins de la Honte Les Chemins de la Honte

Les Chemins de la Honte

Nicolas Ceccaldi

House of Gaga Mexico City, México 09/08/2016 – 10/22/2016

Les Chemins de la Honte is a solo exhibition by artist Nicolas Ceccaldi in which flora and fauna, the two essential elements of the natural world, are the main thematic and structural components of the show. In the same way that wildlife is re-appropriated in this new body of artworks, pre-manufactured paintings such as the ones sold at

Les Chemins de la Honte es la primera muestra individual de Nicolas Ceccaldi en México en la cual Flora y Fauna, los dos elementos esenciales de la naturaleza se vuelven el tema central y estructural de la exhibición. De la misma manera en la que la naturaleza es reapropiada en esta nueva serie, pinturas pre-fabricadas como las que

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Dustin Hodges

Galería Mascota Mexico City, México 09/23/2016 – 11/04/2016

Galería Mascota is pleased to present toke of proof krept shep’ly an exhibition by Dustin Hodges. Hodges’ work considers painting as a form of labyrinth in relation to the gallery’s architecture. Labyrinth here is understood in the Borgesian sense of a self-enclosing structure wherein endless loops seem to deny linear time in favor of obstinate circularity. toke of proof

Galería Mascota is pleased to present toke of proof krept shep’ly an exhibition by Dustin Hodges. Hodges’ work considers painting as a form of labyrinth in relation to the gallery’s architecture. Labyrinth here is understood in the Borgesian sense of a self-enclosing structure wherein endless loops seem to deny linear time in favor of obstinate circularity. toke of proof

Interfaz Interfaz

Interfaz

Felipe Rivas San Martín

Sagrada Mercancía Santiago, Chile 09/30/2016 – 09/30/2016

Una interfaz es al mismo tiempo una membrana de separación, un límite o umbral, una entrada o salida. Esa cadena de asociaciones vincula a la interfaz con el espacio. Pero al mismo tiempo, la interfaz es también una pantalla, el dispositivo que permite hacer funcionar un sistema, aquello que podemos ver del sistema operativo, pero

Una interfaz es al mismo tiempo una membrana de separación, un límite o umbral, una entrada o salida. Esa cadena de asociaciones vincula a la interfaz con el espacio. Pero al mismo tiempo, la interfaz es también una pantalla, el dispositivo que permite hacer funcionar un sistema, aquello que podemos ver del sistema operativo, pero

Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 07/08/2016 – 10/30/2016

In his first solo exhibition in the US, Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents a site-specific installation created for ICA Miami. Part of an emergent generation of contemporary artists, Renaud works across disciplines, but with a concentration on sculpture —creating innovative, anthropomorphic, and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials, the artist is

In his first solo exhibition in the US, Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents a site-specific installation created for ICA Miami. Part of an emergent generation of contemporary artists, Renaud works across disciplines, but with a concentration on sculpture —creating innovative, anthropomorphic, and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials, the artist is

Bougainvillea Begonia Bougainvillea Begonia

Bougainvillea Begonia

Joshua Abelow, Michael Kennedy Costa, Chelsea Culprit, and more

Jonathan Hopson Houston, Texas, USA 09/11/2016 – 10/09/2016

Artists: Joshua Abelow, Michael Kennedy Costa, Chelsea Culprit, Ryan Hawk, Paul Kremer, Keith J. Varadi, Alison Veit, Yui Yaegashi   http://jonathanhopsongallery.com/ Courtesy of Jonathan Hopson, Houston

Artists: Joshua Abelow, Michael Kennedy Costa, Chelsea Culprit, Ryan Hawk, Paul Kremer, Keith J. Varadi, Alison Veit, Yui Yaegashi   http://jonathanhopsongallery.com/ Courtesy of Jonathan Hopson, Houston