Alice Miceli and Berna Reale participate in Bienal Sur
As part of Bienal Sur, “Utopia and dystopia in the contemporary landscape” opens on November 14th, at MAAC, in Ecuador. The curatorial proposal, by Fernando Farina and Marina Aguerre aims to bring into play the tension between the traditional landscape concept – the one that represents nature in its pure and wild state – and the contemporary artistic productions around it.
In this sense, the landscape today is the object of the critical look of the artist with a bias that challenges the observer and his reality. In this way, through different formats and materialities, the abstraction and reconstruction of the landscape in the networks, the urban horizon, the perspective of an insurmountable panorama due to the violence along with the complaints regarding the use and abuse of the natural environment.
From Brazil, Berna Reale, Alice Miceli, Marcos Bonisson, Denise Gadelha, and Danielle Spadotto participate. Besides these Brazilian artists, Carolina Barros (CHL), Viviana Blanco (ARG), Robert Cahen (FRA), Pablo Martín Córdoba (FRA), Mónica de Miranda (POR), Beatriz Millón Sánchez (MEX), Andrea Ostera (ARG), José M. Ramírez (VEN), Paul Rosero Contreras (ECU), and Guido Yannitto (ARG) complete the group show.
Alice presents her Colombian series of pictures from “Campos Minados”. The printing and framing process of the series will be done by the Biennial in Quito and will then go to MAAC in Guayaquil.
“Utopia and dystopia in the contemporary landscape”,
group show with Alice Miceli
and Berna Reale
Curated by Fernando Farina and
From November 14th to February 2nd, 202o
Malecon Simon Bolivar 206 | Malecon 2000, MAAC building, Guayaquil 090150, Ecuador