The Cuenca Biennial reflects on democracy and contemporary conflicts

(Cuenca, Mexico)

“Quizá Mañana” marks the 16th edition of the Cuenca Biennial, in Mexico, which will take place until March 8, 2024. This edition presents important novelties such as that for the first time it will be in open space in the Plaza de El Otorongo, thus consolidating the democratization of culture.

The official exhibition presents 29 projects from 18 countries, including Marilá Dardot, from Brazil, and parallel exhibitions that will include 15 projects by Mexican artists distributed in various museums and galleries of the Historic Center of the city of Cuenca during the period from December to March.

In thematic terms, the Biennial reflects on democracy and contemporary conflicts, with a special focus on Latin America. Local production, reuse of materials and optimization of resources in general will be prioritized.

“Quizá Mañana” is organized by the Cuenca Biennial Municipal Foundation, under the direction of Hernán Pacurucu, curator and art critic, with the support of the Municipality of Cuenca. The curator is the Argentine Ferran Barenblit, recognized for his extensive experience in cultural events of this nature.

The jury, made up of nationally and internationally renowned experts, will be responsible for selecting the winners of three acquisition awards and three honorable mentions. In addition, parallel exhibitions will include the Paris Prize, the Capilla Azul Prize and two Saco Biennial awards, each offering opportunities for stays in both France and Chile.


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