Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
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

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985

Curated by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Andrea Giunta

Pinacoteca de São Paulo São Paulo, Brasil 08/18/2018 – 11/19/2018

From August 18 to November 19, 2018, the Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum of the Secretariat of Culture of the State of São Paulo, presents the major group exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, on display on the first floor of the Pinacoteca. Curated by British Venezuelan art historian and curator Cecilia Fajardo-Hill

Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985. Installation view at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Brasil, 2018. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985. Installation view at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Brasil, 2018. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985. Installation view at Pinacoteca de

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.

Contingent Beauty: Contemporary Art from Latin America Contingent Beauty: Contemporary Art from Latin America

Contingent Beauty: Contemporary Art from Latin America

Curated by Mari Carmen Ramírez and Rachel Mohl

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Houston, Texas, USA 11/22/2015 – 02/28/2016

Artists: Tania Bruguera, Johanna Calle, Yoan Capote, María Fernanda Cardoso, Los Carpinteros, José Gabriel Fernández, Magdalena Fernández, Víctor Grippo, Carmela Gross, Grupo Mondongo, Guillermo Kuitca, Oscar Muñoz, Roberto Obregón, Gabriel Orozco, José Alejandro Restrepo, Miguel Ángel Ríos, Miguel Ángel Rojas, Teresa Serrano, Regina Silveira, Javier Téllez, and Tunga Curated by Mari Carmen Ramírez, Wortham Curator of Latin American Art and director of the International

Artists: Tania Bruguera, Johanna Calle, Yoan Capote, María Fernanda Cardoso, Los Carpinteros, José Gabriel Fernández, Magdalena Fernández, Víctor Grippo, Carmela Gross, Grupo Mondongo, Guillermo Kuitca, Oscar Muñoz, Roberto Obregón, Gabriel Orozco, José Alejandro Restrepo, Miguel Ángel Ríos, Miguel Ángel Rojas, Teresa Serrano, Regina Silveira, Javier Téllez, and Tunga Curated by Mari Carmen Ramírez, Wortham Curator of Latin American Art and director of the International