From ten international projects proposed by ten galleries, Alice Miceli is one of the shortlisted photographers who will be on display at the next Rencontres d’Arles.
Brazilian artists present works about authoritarianism and censorship in “Against, Again: Art Under Attack in Brazil”
(New York, USA) The Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery hosts the exhibition “Against, Again: Art Under Attack in Brazil”, which deals with the present transnational wave of authoritarianism by featuring a number of art practices that have responded to oppression in Brazil.
(Tokyo, Japan) The artist that usually has stars, crystals and waves as motifs created an installation that combines the flow of life with the space-time of the universe on a gradient of blue representing space at the Ginza Maison Hermès “Le Forum”, in Tokyo, Japan.
In the first episode of the season, Luiz Camillo Osorio debates the most read text from his column in 2019: “Art, non-art and after art.” In the program, Camillo discusses the autonomy of the definitions given to what is currently classified as art – and by whom those denominations are made. The episode is only available in Portuguese
(London, UK) In a point in which globalisation seems maximised, movement and migration seem inevitable, and yet shared borders worldwide are becoming increasingly rigid, thirteen artists, all of whom were born outside North America or continental Europe, present works in which they explore cultural meet
(Dhaka, Bangladesh) The fifth edition of the international art fair focused on South Asian art and architecture presents Brazilian artists such as Vivian Caccuri, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Lucas Arruda and Jonathas de Andrade
(Munich, Germany) The exhibition intends to raise awareness about the mechanisms of manipulation and it is dedicated to the pop cultural phenomenon of the mainstream, which had it’s peak in the early 2000s. The participating artists expose commercial visual languages and their “contradictory promises, stereotypes and clichés”.
(Georgia, USA) The group show explores the significance and influence that St. EOM’s (Eddie Martin) vision has had on contemporary artists who have visited Pasaquan, 33 years after his death.
(Guadalajara, Mexico) The works displayed in the show are shaped in different medias, such as sculptures, collages and interventions inspired by the “Theater of the Absurd” and that, as explained in the solo show’s release text, “evoke with critical eye the structures that have encouraged and continue to foster the current social and political tensions in Brazil and in the world”.
(Amsterdam, Netherlands) The show “and materiality becomes nothing but a mere representation of a structure of dominance” presents a series of objects and works that give continuation to the artists ongoing investigations towards infrastructure and the production of geographical space understood as the reproduction of violent practices that are fundamental to capitalist production.