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 […]
A solo show with photographs from the Solari del Sol collection, including La manzana de Adán and El infarto del alma.
Taking crystals and their vibrant matter as a point of departure, the exhibition Crystal Clear goes beyond their emblematic use. Rather it aims to develop a contained ecosystem with diverse entanglements of the production, display, and recycling of the artistic, curatorial, and institutional work, material and immaterial.
Centring around three key works by Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Marguerite Humeau, and Jesse Darling, the exhibition expands the spectrum of poem into language, sound, speech, ephemerality, and extinction. Understanding poem from its Greek derivative ‘poiesis’ (making) allows us to view the use of language from afar: the artworks in this exhibition explore a wide range […]
Hua International presents the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, a collaborative project initiated by the internationally acclaimed artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija. Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest […]
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 […]
Renaissance TV is an experiment, an additional exhibition space, and a tentative exploration of the potential for the internet to be a generative platform divorced from vertical hierarchies and classical institutional agendas. Conceptualized by Myriam Ben Salah with Karsten Lund and Michael Harrison, and inspired by the lo-fi aesthetic and assorted programming of television broadcasting, […]
Cashmere Radio takes a deep dive into a recent sound work by Hajra Waheed entitled, Hum, Exploring sonic histories of sonic resistance across South and West Asia and North Africa over the last half century. Hum (2020) is a large scale multi-channel musical composition and sound installation that employs the ubiquitous yet overlooked medium of humming as a […]
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 […]
The inaugural exhibition of the museum’s new building features Margolle’s installation Lote Bravo (2005), composed of 400 artisanal bricks made from soil collected from Ciudad Juárez, where the corpses of sexually abused women were found.
Uriel Orlow will participate in the 12th edition of Taipei Biennial. Presented by Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM), Taipei Biennial will take place this November. Co-curated by philosopher Bruno LATOUR and independent curator Martin GUINARD, along with independent curator Eva LIN, who has been specially invited to curate the public programs, this year’s biennial will showcase a line-up of works […]
According to anthropologists, textile creation is one of the oldest cultural activities, dating back between 100,000 and 500,000 years. Its history has always been closely linked to the evolution of production methods and social movements. First, the natural mobility of textile pieces led to trade development, driving cultural traffic that fostered an uninterrupted exchange of […]