An exhibition curated by Adriana Herrera (Aluna Art Foundation | Aluna Curatorial Collective) and organized by the Atchugarry Art Center in association with Pietro Atchugarry Gallery, with gathered artists (in alphabetic order) Regina Aprijaskis, Lía Bermúdez,, Lygia Clark, María Freire, Gego, Lydia Okumura, Mercedes Pardo, Lygia Pape, Zilia Sánchez, Fanny Sanín, Mira Schendel and Loló Soldevilla.
The first women philosophers, who belonged to the Pythagorean School, were also mathematicians and geometers. Despite the fact that their participation was an exception in ancestral times, they contributed considerably to the development of these areas. However, the world’s memory is whimsical: 25 centuries later (…)
A Solo Project by Willy Castellanos (Aluna Curatorial Collective), within the framework of the exhibition “Lágrimas Negras”, curated by Isabel Pérez, with guest artists Rogelio López Marín (Gory),Nadal Antelmo, Ana Olema and Mel Rossitch.
Kendall Art Center, Miami.
In the language of the Hopis—the ancestral people that once inhabited the central area of the United States—the word “Koyaanisqatsi” means “Life Out of Balance.” Filmmaker Godfrey Reggio used it in 1982 as the title to the first of an experimental film trilogy documenting—with Philip Glass’s suggestive music and no dialogue at all—the loss of balance in this “world we live in,” in his own words (…)
Curated by Adriana Herrera at the Coral Gables Museum, Florida, with invited artists (in alphabetic order) Miguel Aguirre, Luis Arroyo, Andrés Bedoya, Stella Bernal de Parra, Tatiana Blass, Liene Bosque, Pip Brant, Chiachio & Giannone, Ana Isabel Diez, Jorge Eduardo Eielson, Sonia Falcone, Gego, Alvaro Gómez Campuzano, Guerra de la Paz, Basil Kincaid, Magali Lara, Marcela Marcuzzi, María Angélica Medina, Aurora Molina, Juan José Olavarría, Raquel Schwartz, Carrie Sieh, Diana de Solares, Alex Trimino, Frances Trombly, and Guido Yianitto.