Liliana Porter

Liliana Porter @Dia Bridgehampton

Liliana Porter’s last solo show “Liliana Porter: The Task” is now on view at Dia Bridgehampton. The exhibition features a new commission, The Task (2024), alongside works from the 1970s and video documentation of a recent play. Porter’s multifaceted practice uses miniature figurines and simple gestures to explore themes of time, human experience, and reality […]

mor charpentier @ Frieze New York

We are pleased to announce our participation at this year’s Frieze New York!  mor charpentier presents a selection of works that depart from a profound critique of reality and echo Surrealist aesthetics, creating a sense of uncanniness and employing different forms of irony. The stories of migration, labor inequalities, and ecological distress are explored through techniques […]

mor charpentier @ArtBasel Miami Beach

We are pleased to announce our participation in this year’s ArtBasel Miami Beach 2022, celebrating the 20 years of the fair! mor charpentier presents a program that explores the relation between ruins, relics, reconstruction and rebirth. The works showcased in the booth question the strong aesthetic fascination that the remnants from the past have exerted over […]

mor charpentier @Paris+ by Art Basel

We are pleased to announce our participation in the first edition of Paris+ by Art Basel opening on October 20. Our booth explores an idea of liquid and fluid memory, which can flow and expand, repair fractures, but at the same time manifest itself in forms that evaporate and fade away. From Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s concept […]

New Exhibition: L’art de la joie @mor charpentier

Liliana Porter‘s solo show L’art de la joie is now open at mor charpentier Paris The exhibition unfolds works separated by more than five decades of artistic trajectory which can be explored by, on one hand, the notions of the manipulation of the concept of time, and on the other, the assumption of a political […]

Liliana Porter @The Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC

The artistic gesture of drawing lines in the space —either the real exhibition space or the virtual realm of representation, and the relations between the two— was at the center of Liliana Porter’s practice during the 1970s. She experimented with geometric shapes, and featured images of geometric forms or parts of the artist’s body and […]

Liliana Porter @Saint Louis Art Museum

Discover Liliana Porter’s work Fox in the Mirror at Saint Louis Art Museum. The showcase of Liliana Porter Fox in the mirror presents the video composed by a series of vignettes that depict different objects, like small toys and memorabilia from flea markets, who are coupled with choir music, piano scores and solo chants. For […]

mor charpentier’s Viewing Room @Frieze New York

From Charwei Tsai’s spiritual representations of Buddhist scriptures to Rosângela Rennó’s exploration of penitentiary mug shots, our upcoming booth at Frieze New York will examine the practice of self-portraiture and identity. Our online viewing room will feature the works of Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Carlos Motta, Oscar Muñoz, Liliana Porter, Rosângela Rennó, Charwei Tsai and Hajra Waheed. Register at frieze.com in order to visit our online viewing room, VIP previews open on May 5th.

mor charpentier @ FIAC OVR

mor charpentier will be a part of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms from the 4th until the 7th of March 2021. Our online viewing room will feature the works of Bianca Bondi, Théo Mercier, Saâdane Afif, Liliana Porter and Lawrence Abu Hamdan. Visit FIAC.com to login.

Liliana Porter installation “Liliana Porter: Man with Axe and Other Stories” @FRIST MUSEUM

The Frist Art Museum located in Nashville, Tennessee presents Liliana Porter: Man with Axe and Other Stories, a large-scale installation that will be shown with additional works by the Argentina-born artist. Porter is renowned for arranging discarded everyday objects to create theatrical vignettes that are philosophically provocative and slyly humorous. The exhibition will be on view in […]

Liliana Porter @MoMA

A new display of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art features Wrinkle (1968), one of the artist’s early photographic works. One of the most important artistic tendencies of the 1960s was a shift away from the idea that art should express the artist’s interior life. Works in this vein searched for a poetics […]

Liliana Porter @MoMA

A new display of the museum’s collection under the tittle Touching the Void, includes one of the artist’s early photographic works. One of the most important artistic tendencies of the 1960s was a shift away from the idea that art should express the artist’s interior life. Works in this vein searched for a poetics of […]

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