Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Impenetrable Impenetrable

Impenetrable

Otto Berchem

Galeria Pilar São Paulo, Brazil 06/10/2015 – 08/01/2015

One of the tasks of art is to rewrite its own history. This is probably true of most other disciplines too, and of the adventure of life more generally, but art has a particular responsibility to liberate itself from tradition. Only by reforging its own traditions can it keep in touch with the present moment

One of the tasks of art is to rewrite its own history. This is probably true of most other disciplines too, and of the adventure of life more generally, but art has a particular responsibility to liberate itself from tradition. Only by reforging its own traditions can it keep in touch with the present moment

Clip-Clapper Clip-Clapper

Clip-Clapper

Otto Berchem

(bis) | oficina de Proyectos Cali, Colombia 01/21/2015 – 02/14/2015

There was a man with tongue of wood Who essayed to sing, And in truth it was lamentable. But there was one who heard The clip-clapper of this tongue of wood And knew what the man Wished to sing, And with that the singer was content. Stephen Crane, There was a man with tongue of

There was a man with tongue of wood Who essayed to sing, And in truth it was lamentable. But there was one who heard The clip-clapper of this tongue of wood And knew what the man Wished to sing, And with that the singer was content. Stephen Crane, There was a man with tongue of

We’re so very Miami We’re so very Miami

We’re so very Miami

Fabrizio Arrieta, Stefan Benchoam, Otto Berchem, Jose Castrellon, Jonathan Harker, Karlo Andrei Ibarra Delgado, Miky Fabrega, Pilar Moreno Raymundo, Humberto Velez, Donna Conlon

Untitled, Miami, Florida, USA 12/03/2013 – 12/08/2013

The purpose of the exhibition is to explore the links between Miami and Panama City and showcase their parallel histories, imaginary or otherwise. Panama, four hours south of Miami as the plane flies, is the new “Hub of the Americas”: a global link for world commerce, a city proud of its rapid economic growth and

The purpose of the exhibition is to explore the links between Miami and Panama City and showcase their parallel histories, imaginary or otherwise. Panama, four hours south of Miami as the plane flies, is the new “Hub of the Americas”: a global link for world commerce, a city proud of its rapid economic growth and