(Coimbra, Portugal) This year, Anozero receives around 40 participating artists, including Erika Verzutti, Cadu, José Bechara and Marilá Dardot
(Porto, Portugal) Paul Setúbal and other 17 artists constitute the group show “Aparelho”. All of them share similar political ideals, are against Brazil’s current government and developed pieces that denounce acts from it.
(Tenerife, Spain) Reaching the 15th edition, “Mitos del futuro próximo” is the proposal chosen for the festival
(Montevideo, Uruguay) With the theme “Atlantic Crossings”, the biennial invite 30 artists from three continents (America, Africa and Europe) who address the relationship of cultural tension inherent in the triangle, from the colonial period to nowadays
(San Francisco, USA) Cinthia Marcelle participate in “SOFT POWER”, a group show held at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from October 26 to February 17, 2020. It is about the ways in which artists deploy art to explore their roles as citizens and social actors.
(Medellín, Colombia) Jonathas de Andrade participates in the group show “El círculo que faltaba”. It takes place from October 30 until February 2nd, 2020, at the Museu De Arte Moderno, in Medellín, Colombia. The main theme of the exhibition is the shared experience of death in the South American countries and in the Caribbean.
(Buenos Aires, Argentina) With other five international artists, they can develop performance, painting, drawing, records of specific site actions, interventions, photography, sculpture, ceramics and those means appropriate to the field of visual arts
(Mexico City, Mexico) The exhibition brings together the work of 15 Mexican and Latin American artists who reflect on tensions of race, class, gender and environment on Latin American post-industrial societies
(Oslo, Norway) Marcelo Cidade participates in the Oslo Biennalen, held in the city of Oslo, Norway, in the central area of Grønland, from October 18th, 2019, until April 24th, 2020. The event is curated by Eva González-Sancho Bodero and Per Gunnar Eeg Tverbakk, takes place in public spaces and it’s in it’s first edition, which will last 5 years.
(Miami, USA) The collective proposes works of various media that incorporate abstraction as both a formal and conceptual framework to render perceptions of place