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.
TTbox/Ideobox Art Space in collaboration with Aluna Art Foundation presents “Woman Weavers: the Warp of Memory” Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective at TTBOX Art/Ideobox Art Space.September 14 – Until November 15 Participant artist: Pioneers Olga de Amaral, Estela Bernal de Parra, María Angélica Medina and Cecilia Vicuña, alongside with Frida Baranek, Sandra de Berduccy, Karla Caprali, […]
Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective at TTBOX Art/Ideobox Art Space.
With pioneers Olga de Amaral, Stella Bernal de Parra, María Angélica Medina, and Cecilia Vicuña, and the invited artists Frida Baranek, Karla Caprali, Sandra de Berduccy, Sylvia Denburg, Marina Font, Norah Hernández, Akiko Jackson, Mira Lehr, Elysia Mann, Marcela Marcuzzi, Suzanne Noujaim, Cecilia Paredes, Mabel Poblet, Rachel Schwartz, and Agustina Woodgate.
A collaborative project between the Brazilian Platform Carré Art and Aluna Art Foundation with the advisory of Aluna Curatorial Collective and the assistance of Flavia M. Pecego | Concrete Art Space, Doral.
“To dwell means to leave traces”. That expression by Walter Benjamin, for whom architecture was the oldest of the arts, reasoning that the need to seek refuge precedes all other expressions, is explored in “Ser, Habitar e Imaginar” through the work of a group of emerging Brazilian artists (…).
Curated by Adriana Herrera at Clima Gallery, Miami
The work of Maritza Caneca links what Gastón Bachelard calls “images of form,” with “direct images of matter.” Her works allow us to confirm that, “the material imagination of water is a particular type of imagination (…)