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

The real world does not take flight The real world does not take flight

The real world does not take flight

Rodrigo Hernández

Pivô São Paulo, Brasil 09/02/2018 – 10/27/2018

Pivô presents The real world does not take flight in its Annual Exhibitions Programme. This is the first solo show in Brazil by Mexican artist Rodrigo Hernández and is the outcome of a two months residency at Pivô, where the artist developed cardboard sculptures and an installation directly in the exhibition space. The title is appropriated from the

Rodrigo Hernández. The real world does not take flight. Installation at Pivô, São Paulo 2018. Image courtesy of the artist and Pivô Rodrigo Hernández. The real world does not take flight. Installation at Pivô, São Paulo 2018. Image courtesy of the artist and Pivô Rodrigo Hernández. The real world does not take flight. Installation at Pivô,

RISE RISE

RISE

Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca

Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel | Galeria São Paulo, Brasil 09/04/2018 – 10/06/2018

Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel presents RISE, the first exhibition by Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca at Galeria, showing the most recent film collaboration from the duo. Commissioned by AGYU (Art Gallery of York University, Toronto), the piece investigates the musical universe of a community of young poets, rappers, and singers who meet weekly at a community center

Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca. RISE. Courtesy Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo/Rio de Janeiro. Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca. RISE. Courtesy Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo/Rio de Janeiro. Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca. RISE. Courtesy Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo/Rio de Janeiro. Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel presents RISE, the

33ª Bienal de São Paulo, Brasil 33ª Bienal de São Paulo, Brasil

33ª Bienal de São Paulo, Brasil

Por Germano Dushá São Paulo, Brasil 09/07/2018 – 12/09/2018

White-label Bienal At the beginning of September, the first edition of the Bienal de São Paulo was opened to the public after the coup d’état, which in August 2016 resulted in the impeachment of the then President, Dilma Rousseff. During this period, Brazil experienced its most heightened political turmoil in recent history and, currently, it

Installation view of Wura-Natasha Ogunji’s exhibition. 33rd Bienal de São Paulo: Affective Affinities, 2018. © Leo Eloy / Estúdio Garagem / Bienal de São Paulo Foundation White-label Bienal A principios de septiembre abrió al público la primera edición de la Bienal de São Paulo realizada tras el golpe de Estado que en agosto de 2016

Valeska Soares: Entrementes

Valeska Soares: Entrementes

Valeska Soares

Pinacoteca de São Paulo São Paulo, Brasil 08/04/2018 – 09/22/2018

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum of the São Paulo State Secretariat for Culture, presents the exhibition Valeska Soares: Entrementes [In the Meantime] from August 4 to October 22, 2018. Curated by Júlia Rebouças, the exhibition occupies the fourth floor and the entrance space of Pina Estação and presents a selection of Valeska Soares’

Exhibition view of Valeska Soares: Entrementes at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Exhibition view of Valeska Soares: Entrementes at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Exhibition view of Valeska Soares: Entrementes at Pinacoteca de São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo The

Ressaca Ressaca

Ressaca

Lucas Simões

Casa Triângulo São Paulo, Brazil 08/11/2018 – 09/15/2018

The Portuguese word ressaca translates to either “hangover” or “undertow” in English—in both cases meaning an aftermath or something that produces an effect. The abnormal movement of the undertow of large waves. The physical symptoms that appear when the toxic effects begin to leave the body. The nausea and the storm surge that submerges the

Ressaca, 2018. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo Series you text nothing like you look, 2018. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo Bruno de Almeida. Exhibition view of Ressaca at Casa Triângulo, São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of  Casa Triângulo The Portuguese word ressaca translates to either “hangover” or “undertow” in English—in both cases meaning an aftermath or something that produces an effect. The abnormal

Mínimo, múltiplo, comum Mínimo, múltiplo, comum

Mínimo, múltiplo, comum

Curated by José Augusto Ribeiro

Pinacoteca de São Paulo São Paulo, Brazil 05/19/2018 – 09/17/2018

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo and the São Paulo State Secretariat for Culture present, from May 19th through September 17th, 2018, the group show Mínimo, múltiplo, comum [Minimum, multiple, common], held on the second floor of the Pina Estação building. The exhibition brings together more than one hundred works of art by six artists from

Group show. Exhibition view of Mínimo, múltiplo, comum at Pinacoteca de São Paulo Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Group show. Exhibition view of Mínimo, múltiplo, comum at Pinacoteca de São Paulo Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Group show. Exhibition view of Mínimo, múltiplo, comum at Pinacoteca de São Paulo Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo The

1:1 | Deyson Gilbert – Leopoldo Ponce

1:1 | Deyson Gilbert – Leopoldo Ponce

Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce

Galeria Jaqueline Martins São Paulo, Brazil 08/07/2018 – 10/13/2018

Galeria Jaqueline Martins presents the second edition of the project 1:1, featuring a new work by artists Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce, curated by Bruno de Almeida. For this edition of the project, which explores the relationship between the gallery and its urban context through works that take place in the exhibition space and, simultaneously,

Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce. Installation view of 1:1 at Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Galeria Jaqueline Martins Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce. Installation view of 1:1 at Museum Santa Casa de São Paulo, São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Galeria Jaqueline Martins Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce. Installation view of 1:1 at Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São

Histórias afro-atlânticas Histórias afro-atlânticas

Histórias afro-atlânticas

Group show

Instituto Tomie Ohtake & Museu de Arte de São Paulo São Paulo, Brazil 06/28/2018 – 10/21/2018

More than 400 works, over five centuries of production, from around 210 artists from Brazil and abroad, from various contexts and times, occupy both institutions. At Instituto Tomie Ohtake, two exhibition rooms will be occupied, while at MASP all the temporary exhibition spaces will be dedicated to the show. Among the participating artists there are

Group show. Exhibition view of Histórias afro-atlânticas at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake Group show. Exhibition view of Histórias afro-atlânticas at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake Group show. Exhibition view of Histórias afro-atlânticas at Museu de Arte de