por Alejandra Carrillo | El Diario NTR
Trabajo. Entre las obras que realiza Carmen Argote se encuentran varias piezas abstractas de gran formato realizadas con pigmentos naturales sobre papel. (Foto: Jorge Alberto Mendoza)
Se llevó a cabo la octava edición de Frieze Nueva York y contó con la participación del artista colombiano Alberto Baraya.
La nueva serie de obras de Otto Berchem, Divisions of Labor, se basa en los conocimientos milenarios que dejó la civilización Mochica de la costa norte del Perú (200-850 d.C.). Existen muchas obras deslumbrantes que se originan en el barro como materia viva y fruto de la madre tierra. El barro -o la arcilla- ha estado ligado al hombre desde hace casi 3500 años……
The Biennale de Lyon has revealed the artist list for its 2019 edition, which is set to open in the French city on September 18 and run through January 5….
TBA21–Academy, The Current II: The Solomon Exercises, Solomon Islands
Expedition #2 of the Spheric Ocean cycle led by Chus Martínez
April 14–28, 2019…
In August 2018, Coincidencia launched an open call for South American artists for three artistic residencies in Switzerland – Utopiana, La Becque and Residency.ch. After months of evaluation process, we are pleased to announce the selected artists!
BY: Gaby Cepeda | Art in America
PIA CAMIL’S STUDIO in Mexico City is an expansive, windowless room on the ground floor of an old building tucked away between a wide arterial road and the city’s Parque de Chapultepec. She keeps the basement-like space orderly, and during the workday it is almost impossible to imagine it moonlighting as El Cisne (The Swan), a lively cabaret Camil stages there a few nights a year…….
Portrait of Pia Camil by Janet Jarman.
«The nonprofit Artadia has awarded unrestricted prizes of $10,000 to Carmen Argote and Ron Athey, and Diedrick Brackens has won the organization’s inaugural Marciano Artadia Award, which comes with an unrestricted grant of $25,000. This year marked Artadia’s fourth annual award cycle in Los Angeles.»
BY Megan Schires | Arch daily
The third Chicago Architecture Biennial will occur from September 19, 2019, to January 5, 2020, and yesterday the first group of contributors to the 2019 edition and publication was announced. This year’s theme, “…and other such stories,” will bring together a multi-faceted and international exploration of architecture and the built environment. Newly commissioned projects for the Biennial will highlight issues including public housing, social justice, and the appropriation and preservation of the natural environment…..