An Exhibition curated by Adriana Herrera at Durban Signing Gallery, Miami
Botero has managed to traverse, with full coherence, the journey that goes from a constructivist influx to a way of abstraction that links geometry with cultural interventions and, yet beyond, to the sources themselves of the mythical memory of the world. His sculptures and setups open connecting alleys between times and universes written in a very vast chronological line. His exhibition in Durban Segnini Gallery shows the way in which he has worked as a weaver of worlds, (…)
Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective at KaBe Contemporary Gallery | Wynwood
A multifaceted artist who knew how to “knot” the most diverse disciplines in a quest that took him to the other side of languages, seeking a way –a musical matrix as he would say– to contain the unspeakable in the materiality of poems and in the poetry of visual expression: the mysticism of bodies, the keys to an experience of the transcendent or ultimate fulfillment of silence in the knot of life itself, to which he gave the title of “masterpiece”.
With (in alphabetical order): El Anatsui, Iván Castillo, Sue Irion, Brookhart Jonquil, Lili(ana), Andrés Michelena, James Peterson, Carol Prusa, César Rey, Johnny Robles, Scherer & Ouporov , Marisa Tellería, and James Turrell
Curated by Adriana Herrera at Miami Biennale Gallery
An Exhibition dedicated to spurring dialogues among artists surrounding an installation by James Turrell, at Miami Biennale, Wynwood, Miami.
Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective
The Miami Dade College Campus Galleries of Art + Design; Kendall Campus
When, by the end of the 50s, Bernd and Hilla Becher documented in black and white photographs the German factories’ “typologies,” in which several variations of a single sort of industrial structure were represented, they were actually making the archaeological work of an era that was coming to an end. Those powerful images, raised out of a quest for a New Objectivity, traced the order of the past (…)
With (in alphabetical order): Carola Bravo (Venezuela), Fernando Carabajal (Mexico), Ofill Echevarría (Cuba), Nereida García-Ferraz (Cuba), Florencio Gelabert (Cuba), Juan Raúl Hoyos (Colombia), Pablo León de la Barra (Mexico), Ronald Morán (el Salvador), Fernando Otero (Peru), Ernesto Oroza (Cuba), Gamaliel Rodríguez (Puerto Rico), and Viviana Zargón (Argentina).
13 artists from Latin America and the Caribbean will display artworks that are in fact residues of a relational experience within the architectures of their cities. Each one of them reveals the potential reserves of creativity that often (…)