Group show at the Helmhaus Zürich. Wohin? an exhibition about Artistic research.
Curated by Gilles Neiens, the exhibition Club Quarantina shows an exemplary cross-section of art and art experiments that were created around the first lockdown 2020. With a gap of more than one year, this exhibition explores the question of how Corona has influenced or even changed the selected artists and their art. Artists are. AICANON & Karen Paulina Biswell, Lena Marie Emrich, Marco Godinho, Constantin Hartenstein, Jil Lahr, Zora Mann, Filip Markiewicz, Simon Mullan, Mary-Audrey Ramirez, Grit Richter, Finja Sander, Eric Schumacher & Wolfgang Tillmans.
Rachel Libeskind’s participation at NADA House with sign and symbols was reviewed by Roberta Smith in her article On Governors “Island, Art Interventions Are Everywhere” May 6th. Among 66 participants, Smiths wrote: “It’s an airy walk-in collage, immersive and buoyant, like a Joan Miró painting reimagined by Hannah Hoch.”
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Karen Paulina Biswell is part of Ires y Venires, at the largest collection in Colombia. From March 18.
Ires y venires: dialogues around the collection" originates from the exhibition "Campo through: Colombian art in the collections of the Banco de la República", a project curated by Estrella de Diego and presented in Madrid in 2017. With This first sample, in which the Spanish public were offered reading lines of Colombian artistic production through notions such as botany, travel or the city, began a dialogue between the Spanish curator and the curators of the Museum of Art of the Banco de la República, in which the gaze of the other, the divergence in one point of view or the difficulty of the dialogue, ended up questioning and enriching the certainties of each one. The three axes of the exhibition —Conquistas, Corographies and Thresholds— make up historical or symbolic references of the Colombian cultural imaginary, which they find in the curatorship of “Ires y venires: dialogues around the collection”, an extended meaning, overflowing with its context of initial understanding.
Felipe Castelblanco in conversation with Hernando Chindoy, a indigenous leader. Chindoy has shown bravery and high political values, by defending the Pueblos Inga against the drug dealers and against the corruption in the goverment.
The talk is part of the series Charla Arte política y contracultura, organized by Museo del Chopo in Mexico. Curated by Francisco Carballo, Lizzie Sells y José Luis Paredes Pacho.
Jorge Sanguino and Alexander Herrera review on the participation costs on the new market of NFT (non-fungible-tokens) published in artishock, an specialized art magazine in Chile, follow with an article about ecological costs.a The first article is being re-published at Esfera Publica, an critic blog in Colombia. Both articles, a deep analysis on NFTs are trending in Spanish spoken countries since weeks.
The exhibition open Friday the 8th, and despite the Lockdown was fully visited on scheduled.
To read the article on Karen Paulina Biswell online.
Instituto Cultural de México in Spain presents Mauricio Limon. The mexican artists exhibits the “El primero que ría” The show is on view until 8th. This show product of the collaboration between the cultural institutes of Mexico in Paris, Madrid and Berlin.
Instituto Cultural de Mexico en Espana
Curated by Marcos Calderon, the show reviews Mauricios Limon´s work in the last 10 years.
Mauricio Limon latest woodcuts and masks are on display, along with his groundbreaking lithographic series: “se pagará a la vista del portador”.
artcritic Birgit Rieger wrote a review on Nika Fontaine’s show “goodbye world” for the largest paper in Berlin.
“Das letzte Picknick”
Kunst und Klimakrise: Die Ausstellung „Goodbye, world“ findet auf einer Eisscholle in Schweden statt. Und geht unter, wenn es taut.
Tagesspiegel feat. Nika Fontaine‘s skull installation made of sour-dough bread in “Goodbye, World!” with Apexart.
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