- Alexander Apóstol
- Bouchra Khalili
- Carlos Motta
- Cevdet Erek
- Charwei Tsai
- Chen Ching-Yuan
- Daniel Otero
- Edgardo Aragón
- Enzo Mianes
- Fredi Casco
- Hajra Waheed
- Julieta Aranda
- Lara Almarcegui
- Lawrence Abu Hamdan
- Liliana Porter
- Maria Elvira Escallón
- Marwa Arsanios
- Milena Bonilla
- Oscar Muñoz
- Paz Errázuriz
- Renno Rosangela
- Rossella Biscotti
- Saâdane Afif
- Teresa Margolles
- Theo Mercier
- Non classifié(e)
- Uriel Orlow
- Voluspa Jarpa
- Yoshua Okón
Liliana Porter and Voluspa Jarpa at the National Museum of Saudi Arabia as part of BienalsurVoir
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.
Marwa Arsanios will be a part of a symposium at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, SwedenVoir
The symposium is the first public presentation in an ongoing 3-year artistic research project initiated by Professor and artist Petra Bauer, focusing on the role of aesthetics in women’s organising and resistance.
Bouchra Khalili at the Bienal de CoimbraVoir
An attempt to understand the symbolic and actual meaning of the city’s new circumstances – being classified as World Heritage – the biennial establishes a confrontation between contemporary art and heritage, exploring the risks and multiple possibilities associated with this cultural heritage, which is now also of all Humanity.
Teresa Margolles, Fredi Casco and Edgardo Aragon at the MAMM in Medellin, ColombiaVoir
Taking place at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín (MAMM), in Colombia, and then traveling to Museo Amparo, Puebla (Mexico), the exhibition departs from the shared experience of death and extinction that has traversed Latin America since colonial times and its various manifestations. From the figure of the undead, who incarnated early capitalist slave […]
Lawrence Abu Hamdan @Hamburger BahnhofVoir
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s audiovisual works and installations explore the political implications of language and communication. Traces of governmental or corporate violence and mechanisms of surveillance and propaganda reveal themselves in the scope of auditory perception. The exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin focuses on the video and sound installation This whole time there were no landmines (2017) […]
Voluspa Jarpa @HMKV, DortmundVoir
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. […]
Liliana Porter @MARCO, MexicoVoir
The exhibition “El orden material de las cosas. Una lectura de la Colección Femsa” presents the work of several Latin American artist reassessing the aesthetic role of common objects.
Julieta Aranda group exhibition @Centre PompidouVoir
Cosmopolis focuses on research-based and collaborative art practices, constructing bridges between new forms of creative experimentation and critical vocabularies from contemporary theory, between reconceived geographies and histories. Through residencies, exhibitions, discursive programs and publications, it engages with artists whose work is concerned with the production of relationships and the exchange of knowledge.
Carlos Motta, Cevdet Erek and Marwa Arsanios @SF MoMaVoir
Timely and provocative, SOFT POWER is an exhibition about the ways in which artists deploy art to explore their roles as citizens and social actors. Appropriated from the Reagan-era term used to describe how a country’s “soft” assets such as culture, political values and foreign policies can be more influential than violence or coercion, the title SOFT POWER suggests […]
Carlos Motta group exhibition @ICA BostonVoir
When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art considers how contemporary artists are responding to the migration, immigration, and displacement of peoples today.