- Alexander Apóstol
- Bouchra Khalili
- 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
- Paz Errázuriz
- Renno Rosangela
- Rossella Biscotti
- Saâdane Afif
- Teresa Margolles
- Theo Mercier
- Uriel Orlow
- Voluspa Jarpa
- Yoshua Okón
Lawrence Abu Hamadan screening at MCA ChicagoRead more
MCA Screenings feature works of contemporary cinema that expand traditional notions of moviegoing and are organized by Assistant Curator Christy LeMaster with the Performance and Public Practice team.
Uriel Orlow at Le Cube, RabatRead more
Leave No Stone Unturned [Remuer la terre] is a collective exhibition, curated by Clelia Coussonnet, that highlights the links between plants and politics in Morocco and other countries of the global South, while rejecting the idea that nature is ornamental and neutral.
Marwa Arsanios and Lawrence Abu Hamdan at the Sharjah Architectural TriennialRead more
Marwa Arsanios considers practices in agriculture and farming as the starting point of her research. She has investigated communal farming practices by eco-feminist groups in places such as northern Syria. This resulted in the production of two films, presented as a video installation in this year’s Sharjah Biennial 14. Arsanios’s research for the triennial expands to communities […]
Yoshua Okon at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de QueretaroRead more
The MACQ celebrates its first anniversary with “El orden natural de las cosas”, a group show with works from the JUMEX collection.
Liliana Porter and Voluspa Jarpa at the National Museum of Saudi Arabia as part of BienalsurRead more
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, SwedenRead more
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 CoimbraRead more
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, ColombiaRead more
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 BahnhofRead more
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, DortmundRead more
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. […]