Discover Voluspa Jarpa’s installation False Flag at the exhibition ISOLITUDINE curated by Beatrice Merz at Fondazione Merz. The exhibition is part of a cycle of work in which the artist sought to understand the way in which foreign agencies and governments have operated outside the law, time and again, in Latin America and Europe. False […]
In the midst of the riots that occurred in Chile from October 2019 to March 2020, Voluspa Jarpa invited collaborators to reflect on the phenomenon of protest and the themes of resistance and rebellion. Her latest exhibition 𝘚𝘪𝘯𝘥𝘦𝘮𝘪𝘢 is the result of this research as it analyzes the mechanisms of abuse conceived by an authoritarian regime against a national […]
Discover Volupsa Jarpa’s research on the human zoos of the XIX and XX century as well as her recent cartographic works in the exhibition Al sur del sur (To the South of the South). The exhibition will be a part of the 2021 edition of BIENALSUR, an art biennial with outposts around the world organized by the UNTREF (Universidad de Tres […]
The exhibition This World Is White No Longer proposes to expand outside of the westernized, white gaze that has been generalized in the last centuries and explore the potential of a shift of perspective. Voluspa Jarpa will be presenting her acclaimed film Opera Emancipatoria as part of this group show. The exhibition will open on April 24th and it will curated […]
Under the curatorship of the Spanish critic Agustín Pérez Rubio, Miradas Alteradas (Altered Views) was presented at the Venice Biennale 2019, inviting reflection on racism, patriarchy, economic interests and dominance as forms of colonialism, through three concepts that are transversal to the entire show: race, class and gender. Maintaining the proposal of the Chilean pavilion, the current presentation […]
Voluspa Jarpa is the winner in the first edition of the “Premio Julius Baer a las artistas latinoamericanas” in collaboration with the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá – MAMBO. The mission of the award is to highlight the work of Latin American female artists, offering a fund to produce a site specific project to be presented […]
Living, Forgiving, Remembering brings together works based on the themes of tolerance, reconciliation and forgiveness. They suggest various ways in which social and political differences might be overcome.
Latin America has been formed by a series of unfortunate events, which, although it seems to question and reinvent itself, falls under cyclical social and political circumstances. There is no before in the histories of Latin America’s countries that can be looked at with nostalgia, as they are countries that, since their discovery, have been […]
Today, in the midst of a global lockdown, uncertainty emerges everywhere and prompts the question: What will life be like “after the pandemic”? On Saturday May 9, at noon, argentine time, Anibal Jozami, general director of BIENALSUR, and Diana Wechsler, artistic-academic director of BIENALSUR, will talk via streaming about this and other questions with Manolo […]
The exhibition “Gran Sur: arte contemporáneo chileno en la Colección Engel”, presents un important selection of works from one of the main private collections in Latin America, the Claudio Engel collection.
BIENALSUR Riyadh, “Recovering Stories, Recovering Fantasies”, features renowned global artists -among them four Saudi contemporary artists. This exhibition aims to provide both cultural and artistic experiences that foster cultural exchange and highlights the Saudi art scene to the world.
The exhibition focuses on the interaction between secret services and performance art – an art form that was considered particularly dangerous. Archives are accessible almost exclusively in Eastern Europe and reveal the “disruption” and “liquidation” of critical artists by state security services. For this, however, some of the agents had to become ‘performance artists’ themselves. […]