Milena Bonilla

Milena Bonilla @ Galeria Municipal do Porto

Discover Milena Bonilla’s latest solo exhibition ??? ???? ?????? ?????? at Galeria Municipal do Porto. This exhibition is a further development in Milena Bonilla ‘s wider research, which explores the limits of the archive and the interpretation of history as a way of articulating a possible collective memory. In this project the artist continues to […]

Rossella Biscotti and Milena Bonilla @NEST

Is it possible to be a Revolutionary and Like Flowers? is the title of NEST’s latest exhibition and the artists included in the show answer this questions with a resounding yes. Showcasing the works of artist such as Rossella Biscotti and Milena Bonilla, the exhibition explores that the flower as a symbol can seduce, comfort, […]

Milena Bonilla group show @ENSA Bourges

Discover Milena Bonilla’s botanical explorations in the exhibition Live Among and Turn Together opening on the 27th of May at ENSA Bourges. The exhibition aims to create a space that extends the conversation beyond a community of languages, minds, and human bodies to speculations on the climatic, mineral, and botanical origins of language.

Milena Bonilla and Teresa Margolles @MOCO Montpellier

Mecarõ. Amazonia in the Petitgas Collection is the first institutional presentation of Catherine Petitgas’ collection. A significant figure in the recognition of contemporary Latin American art in Europe, she has been collecting works for over twenty years. Her collection today consists of more than 900 works. The exhibition presented at the Hôtel des collections unites a […]

Milena Bonilla @Temporary Gallery in Cologne

It is striking how popular the hobby of growing plants has become in recent years. Instagram is filled with photos of interiors decorated with potted plants (succulents seem to be particularly well liked), new blogs devoted to plant care crop up almost every day, and urban gardening is constantly on the rise. What is the […]

Milena Bonilla Group Show @Temporary Gallery

What is behind the increased interest in domesticated nature? In his “Speech About Poetry and Society”, Theodor W. Adorno claims that the sacralization of nature stems from the fact that the individual is looking for a refuge in a capitalist society in the face of alienation. In addition, nature’s reputation increases when hopes of revolutionary […]

Milena Bonilla at Framer Framed

The exhibition “Elsewheres Within Here”, investigates what we welcome, refuse, or overlook in marking the boundaries of spaces we call “home” –our bodies, houses, and countries.

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