Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
À Nordeste À Nordeste

À Nordeste

Curated by Bitu Cassundé, Clarissa Diniz and Marcelo Campos

Sesc 24 de Maio São Paulo, Brazil 05/15/2019 – 08/25/2019

“Northeast of what?” The question and provocation by Yuri Firmeza is what motivated the exhibition À Nordeste, that Sesc 24 de Maio is hosting. Curated by Bitu Cassundé, Clarissa Diniz and Marcelo Campos, it features a selection of 275 unique artworks, from a wide range of languages and on a diversity of supports, from mud

À Nordeste (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of Sesc 24 de Maio À Nordeste (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of Sesc 24 de Maio À Nordeste (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of Sesc 24 de Maio “Northeast of what?” The question and provocation by Yuri Firmeza is what motivated the exhibition À Nordeste, that Sesc 24 de Maio

AI-5 50 YEARS – it still isn’t over yet AI-5 50 YEARS – it still isn’t over yet

AI-5 50 YEARS – it still isn’t over yet

Curated by Paulo Miyada

Instituto Tomie Ohtake Sao Paulo 09/04/2018 – 11/04/2018

“What is the purpose of an art institution in a country like Brazil, today, in 2018? Even though this doesn’t directly reach the spectators, this is a question that Instituto Tomie Ohtake’s employees face every day, dealing with the responsibilities intrinsic to the work they develop. There are several different answers for this question and

AI-5 50 YEARS – still hasn’t ended yet. Installation view at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, 2018. Photo courtesy of Instituto Tomie Ohtake AI-5 50 YEARS – still hasn’t ended yet. Installation view at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, 2018. Photo courtesy of Instituto Tomie Ohtake. AI-5 50 YEARS – still hasn’t ended yet. Instalation View at Instituto Tomie

Memorias del subdesarrollo Memorias del subdesarrollo

Memorias del subdesarrollo

Organizada por Julieta González

Museo Jumex Ciudad de México 03/22/2018 – 09/09/2018

El Museo Jumex presenta Memorias del subdesarrollo: el giro descolonial en el arte de América Latina, 1960–1985, organizada por Julieta González, directora artística del Museo Jumex. La exposición examina un cambio de paradigma clave en la cultura y las artes visuales, caracterizado por la articulación de un discurso que oponía resistencia a la retórica del

Vista de la exposición Memorias del subdesarrollo: El giro descolonial en el arte de América Latina, 1960-1985, Museo Jumex, 2018. Foto: Abigail Enzaldo y Emilio García. Imagen cortesía de Museo Jumex. Vista de la exposición Memorias del subdesarrollo: El giro descolonial en el arte de América Latina, 1960-1985, Museo Jumex, 2018. Foto: Abigail Enzaldo y Emilio García.