Carlos Motta is one of the 17 artists featured at the “Enchanted Bodies / Fetish for Freedom” exhibition held at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergamo. Works will be on dlisplay from June 8 until September 9, 2018.
Alexander Apóstol, Voluspa Jarpa, Teresa Margolles, Carlos Motta, Rosângela Rennó
Carlos Motta, Charwei Tsai and Edgardo Aragón at Art Basel Hong Kong from March 28 until March 31.
Edgardo Aragón, Julieta Aranda, Chen Ching-Yuan, Carlos Motta, Liliana Porter and Charwei Tsai will all have their works be exhibited at this year’s Armory Show in New York. From March 8 until March 11.
On February 6, from 5 to 6:30 pm, Carlos Motta will be speaking at Pratt Institute about the challenges and shapes that freedom can take.
Carlos Motta reviews the year in places, exhibitions and stories in this month’s Artforum. Read it by clicking on the link.
Carlos Motta’s solo-show “Lágrimas” will be exhibited in Claustro de San Agustín in Bogotá Colombia, from the 25th of October 2017 to the 3rd of March 2018.
Carlos Motta,Teresa Margolles, Uriel Orlow, Charwei Tsai, Edgardo Aragón, Milena Bonilla, Enzo Mianes, Rosângela Rennó, Yoshua Okón, Alexander Apóstol, Voluspa Jarpa and Fredi Casco
Carlos Motta’s newly commissioned two-part installation of videos and objects will be on view at the Stedelijk Museum from 16/9/17 to 21/1/18. In The Crossing, Carlos Motta presents video portraits of eleven LGBTQI refugees who speak about their experiences before, during and after the exodus from their homelands to the Netherlands.
The work of Carlos Motta is participating in Incerteza Viva, the itinerant exhibition originally part of the 32 Sao Paolo Biennial. The exhibition will be on view through September 1st 2017.
The work of Carlos Motta is currently participating in After The Fact, an exhibition about the contemporary uses of propaganda curated by Stephanie Weber in the Lenbachhaus in Munich. The exhibition is on view through September 17, 2017.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Rossella Biscotti, Carlos Motta