- Alexander Apóstol
- Carlos Motta
- Cevdet Erek
- Charwei Tsai
- Chen Ching-Yuan
- Daniel Otero
- Edgardo Aragón
- Enzo Mianes
- Fredi Casco
- Julieta Aranda
- Lara Almarcegui
- Lawrence Abu Hamdan
- Liliana Porter
- Maria Elvira Escallón
- Marwa Arsanios
- Milena Bonilla
- Oscar Muñoz
- Renno Rosangela
- Rossella Biscotti
- Saâdane Afif
- Teresa Margolles
- Theo Mercier
- Uriel Orlow
- Voluspa Jarpa
- Yoshua Okón
Milena Bonilla in Daily Abstraction: Body Nature at the SPACE
The work of Milena Bonilla will be featured in Daily Abstraction: Body Nature at the SPACE Museum as part of the Pacific Standard Time initiative. The exhibition’s four themes— Body and Nature at SPACE and Home Street at CSU Fullerton—will anchor a dialogue between abstraction and daily life on view from Sep 9-Jan 22.
Liliana Porter at the Hammer Museum and the Brooklyn Museum
The work of Liliana Porter will be featured in the exhibit Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles from September 15 to December 31, 2017 and at the Brooklyn Museum, New York from April 13 to July 22, 2018 as part of the Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative.
Rosângela Rennó at Continua Sphères ENSEMBLE at the 104
The work of Rosângela Rennó will be featured in Continua Sphères ENSEMBLE at the Cent-quatre, Paris. Bringing together over twenty galleries and foundations from the five continents, this event allows the visitors to discover ambitious and generous artworks. The public opening will be on Saturday the 16th of September.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan in APRÈS at Centre Pompidou
The work of artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be featured in APRÈS by Eric Baudalaire at Centre Pompidou. APRÈS is an exhibit influenced by the attacks of the 13th of November 2015 in Paris Saint-Denis, its aim is to reconsider what happens after, after the disaster, after the upheaval of certainties. 6-18 Sep 2017.
Alexander Apóstol in Condemned to be Modern at the LA Municipal Art Gallery
The work of Alexander Apóstol will be featured in “Condemned to be modern” which includes the works of 21 artists, who have responded critically to the history of modernist architecture in Latin America. The group show starts Sunday, September 10th and closes January 18th 2018, at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.
Yoshua Okón in the Torrance Museum
The Torrance Art Museum will present the 2015 project Yoshua Okón: Oracle , a multi-channel video installation exploring immigration, borders and nationalism. This exhibit is part of the Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative and will be available September 09, 2017 – November 04, 2017.
Liliana Porter in How to Read el Pato Pascual
Liliana Porter’s work will be included in the exhibit How to Read El Pato Pascual: Disney’s Latin America and Latin America’s Disney, a Pacific Standard Time exhibition of over 150 works by 48 Latin American artists who investigate and challenge nearly 100 years of cultural influence between Latin America and Disney, on view Sep 9- Jan 14.
Teresa Margolles in The U.S-Mexico Border: Place, imagination and possibility
The work of Teresa Margolles will be included in The U.S-Mexico Border: Place, imagination and possibility as part of the Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative from 10/09/17 to 07/01/18 at CAFAM. The group exhibition explores the border as a physical reality/place, as a subject/imagination, and as a site for production/solution (possibility).
Carlos Motta: The Crossing at the Stedelijk Museum
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.
Pacific Standard Time LA/LA
Mor charpentier is pleased to announce the participation of Teresa Margolles, Yoshua Okón, Liliana Porter, Alexander Apóstol, Oscar Muñoz and Milena Bonilla in the initiative Pacific Standard Time. Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles.