- Liliana Porter presents solo show who tracing the panorama of her artistic production
Tag: Liliana Porter / Other Situations / SCAD Museum of Art
Liliana Porter upcoming solo show will take place in SCAD Museum of Art (Savannah, USA). Untitled Other Situations and curated by Humberto Moro, the show opens on August 17th and gathers more than 30 artworks by the Argentinian artist. The exhibition design avoids linear grouping of the works presented while at the same time successfully highlights Porter’s artistic evolution over 5 decades of artistic practice.
Among the important pieces included are the photographies from the 1970s which tackles issues of space and the body as well as a series of prints referencing René Magritte's artistic legacy. The show also includes recent work such as those in which the artist employs miniatures of workers and statuettes to subtly approach themes of complexity of reality and self-awareness.
Other Situations runs until January the 7th. For more information, please visit the museum's website.
- Héctor Zamora presents solo show at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey
Tag: Héctor Zamora / RE/VUELTA / MARCO
MARCO museum at Monterrey, Mexico, presents a solo exhibition by the Mexican artist Hector Zamora (Cidade do Mexico, 1974).
Entitled Héctor Zamora: RE/VUELTA and inaugurating on August 31st, the show brings forth a comprehensive panorama of Zamora's consistent art practice: more than 20 artworks spanning different media (such as installation, sculpture and video) from 1999 to the present year and occupying up to six rooms of the reputable museum. The retrospective seeks to promote a reflection on the relationship between the urban landscape and the tensions and values present in society a thematic explored by the poetic of Héctor Zamora.
Héctor Zamora: RE/VUELTA runs until January 7th. For more information, please visit the museum's website.
- Caio Reisewitz, Gaspar Gasparian, Geraldo de Barros are in the inaugural exhibition of SESC 24 de Maio curated by Paulo Herkenhoff
Tag : Caio Reisewitz / Gaspar Gasparian / Geraldo de Barros /
Caio Reisewitz (São Paulo, 1967), Gaspar Gasparian (São Paulo,1899-1966), Geraldo de Barros (Chavantes, 1923-1998) and Rochelle Costi (Caxias do Sul, 1961) are among the artists chosen for the first exhibition to be held in the new SESC 24 de Maio.
Intitled Sao Paulo não é uma cidade, invenções do centro [Sao Paulo isn’t a city, inventions of downtown] and curated by Paulo Herkenhoff, the show opens on August 19 and celebrates the buiding's inauguration, which is signed by renowned architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Caio Reisewitz presents "Jaraguá F, 2014" and Rochelle Costi presents "Quartos - São Paulo", 1998 alongside with five photographies from the 50s by Gaspar Gasparian and Geraldo de Barros.
The show runs until January 28 of the following year. For more information, please check the institution’s website.
- Regina Silveira participates in an exhibition that thematizes Tropicália
Tag: Regina Silveira / Mais do que araras / SESC Palladium
Regina Silveira (Porto Alegre, 1939) participates in the exhibition Mais do que araras, at SESC Palladium Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
The title of the show refers to a quote attributed to Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica. The show gathers works from the 1960's to the 1980's by 15 artists that have in common a participatory emphasis as well as a recurrence in producing works on the borderline between poetry and visual art. Among the 31 artworks on view Regina Silveira presents the work “São Paulo turística”, 1973.
The exhibition runs until October the 1st. For more information please visit the exhibition’s website.
- Héctor Zamora participates in the second edition of Frestas - Triennial of Arts
Tag: Héctor Zamora / Frestas – Trienal de Artes / SESC Sorocaba
Héctor Zamora (Cidade do Mexico, 1974) participates in the 2nd edition of Frestas Trienal de Artes, which inaugurates in Sesc Sorocaba on August 12th.
Curated by Daniel Labra, the show's motto is Between Post-Truths and other Events and aims to promote the exchange between local, regional and international artists from different generations and whose artworks could trigger a reflection about ambiguities and indefiniteness of media and art discourse. Hector Zamora presents two video pieces entitled respectively Ordem e Progresso, 2017 and Memorandum, 2017.
The show runs until October the 3rd. For more information, please visit the triennale's website.