(Los Angeles, USA) The 90-minute screening features video artworks that highlight opposing and often discordant realities as they are lived in different contexts within Latin America. The tension resulting from the often-uncomfortable encounter of disparate gender, class, and political realities, among others, is uniquely performed in a variety of artist videos ranging from the 1970s until today.
(San Francisco, USA) The exhibition highlights works in a variety of mediums that reflect the diversity of art being made since 1980. This presentation serves not only as a celebration of works new to the museum’s collection, but also as an introduction to the extraordinary creativity of today’s art.
(Sintra, Portugal) The exhibition implies the creation of a series of purpose designed installations, strategically located across different points of the Park of Pena, that above all incorporate the natural materials that the same Park has to offer. They shall remain on exhibition throughout an entire year and not subject to any maintenance work over this period given that the natural maturing of each work of art reflects another dimension to the exhibition concept.
Luciana Magno was the winner of Pipa Online 2015 and, as part of the award, she attended an artistic residency programme for two months at Sacatar Institute, in Bahia. In this second interview, the artist talks about the project she developed during her stay in the programme and about her experience as a whole as the the residency comes to an end.
(Taipei, Taiwan) The winning artist will spend one month of their residency at Taipei Artist Village – Treasure Hill and one month at Bamboo Curtain Studio any time between January and June 2017. Artists can buy tickets on their own behalf. Anyone can buy tickets and nominate the artist/s of their choice.
(Milan, Italy) In the exhibition, found printed matter, texts, cultural objects and video, are arranged and intertwined through a multilevel display — a recurring method in the artist’s practice — where different narratives and materials gain new statuses, both as presences, narratives and representations.
André Komatsu, Ivan Grilo, Marcelo Cipis, Marilá Dardot, Nino Cais and Odires Mlászho have their artworks spread out across the many sectors in arteBA, one of the leading art fairs in the world and dedicated mainly to Latin-American production.
(The Hague, Netherlands) Departing from a number of important historical works, the exhibition presents a network of interdependent topical themes such as consumerism, value circulation, trade routes, and also how these abstract notions influence the individual’s experience within a natural and urban environment.
Read the articles about the gallery from the international press coverage of Frieze New York 2016.
(New York, USA) Yondonjamts invites viewers to question how different realities are played out in the physical and psychological space, and the relationship between tamed and untamed worlds. Issues close to heart will be examined such as the origin of natural resources, history, myth and travel.