Reynier Leyva Novo shows at Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino
The exhibition features an installation of five hundred plaster casts of the empty interiors of vessels and a coordinating wall installation comprised of fifty embossed prints made from metal casts of the plaster sculptures.
Oscar Muñoz shows at Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino
Experience the show through installation views and a text by Blanton Museum of Art curator Vanessa K. Davidson.
Elsa Gramcko: The Invisible Plot of Things
A comprehensive survey of Gramcko’s artistic practice from the mid-1950s through the mid-1970s
Travesía Cuatro gives voice to the Global South on its own terms with video series Bajo el Sol
With this project the gallery highlights the importance of enabling conversations across disciplines and creating a space to highlight the pathways of connection, practice-building and narrative embodiment that exists in individual and collective practices across the Global South.
WITNESS: Afro Perspectives from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection
Guest curated by Zimbabwean curator Tandazani Dhlakama, Assistant Curator at Zeitz MOCAA, in collaboration with Pérez Collection curators Patricia M. Hanna and Anelys Alvarez, the exhibition includes over 100 works by African and African Diaspora artists.
Scratched Surfaces, as Diamond against Crystal
This exhibition was Carlos Garaicoa’s debut exhibition at Goodman Gallery, London. Garaicoa is one of Cuba’s most significant contemporary artists. Through a multidisciplinary approach, Garaicoa addresses issues of culture and politics with a reflexive lens into architecture, urbanism and history.
20 in 2020: The Artists of the Next Decade – Latin America
Art Consulting Tool (Act.) initiates and is involved in projects related to curatorial practice, publications and other forms of artistic spatial practice. There recent book 20 in 2020: The Artists of the Next Decade – Latin America highlights Latin American artists who they and those they worked with believe will redefine the artistic and cultural horizon in the decade to come. SOUTH SOUTH spoke one of the book’s editors and Act. co-founder, Fernando Ticoulat.