NGV TRIENNIAL | Jorge Méndez Blake
Artist Jorge Méndez Blake is part of the National Gallery Triennal of Victoria, a celebration of contemporary art and design where visitors have the opportunity to look at the world and its past, present and future through the eyes of some of the most creative minds working today. Featuring the work of over 100 artists and designers from 32 countries, the NGV Triennial surveys the world of art and design, across cultures, scales, geographies and perspectives.
BARCELONA | BLUEPROJECT FUNDATION. FROM THE LINE TO THE MOVEMENT
Next December 14 the Blueproject Foundation presents the exhibition “De la línea al movimiento – Inventar cosas para hacer mientras se camina” (“From the line to the movement – Inventing things to do while walking“) by Jorge Méndez Blake and Mateo López, curated by Claudia Segura. The exhibition can be seen at Sala Project to March 4, 2018. The exhibition puts into dialogue the investigations of Jorge Méndez Blake (Mexico, 1974) about literature and the practices of Mateo López (Colombia, 1978) with drawing as cornerstone. The book and the paper become devices-stimulus that unfold in endless possibilities looking for architectural, volumetric and gestural dimensions.
CIUDAD DE MEXICO, MEXICO | MUSEO EXPERIMENTAL EL ECO
Gonzalo Lebrija is part of the exhibition “El día es azul, el silencio es verde, la vida es amarilla …” (“Day is blue, silence is green, life is yellow …”) in the Experimental Museum el Eco. The recent exhibition address the epistolar conversation between Yves Klein and Mathias Goeritz in 1960, relating Goeritz’s emotional architecture in the Eco with Klein’s monochromatic inmaterial ideas in France.
The exhibition will be on view to the public through February 18 2018.
ZAPOPAN, MEXICO | HUNGER. A MAN-MADE OBJECT: MAZ
The Zapopan Museum of Art (MAZ) will open the solo exhibition Hunger, A Man-Made Object by Asunción Molinos Gordo. The exhibition will open on November 30, 2017.
COIMBRA, PORTUGAL | ANOZERO'17
Alexandre Estrela is part of the second edition of the Biennial Contemporary Art of Coimbra, Anozero, this year with the title Curar e Repar (Healing and Repairing) curated by Delfim Sardo and co-curated by Luiza Teixeira da Freitas. The purpose is to disseminate the remarkable cultural heritage significant integration of contemporary art culture into the daily life of the city, its citizenry and visitors. On view from November 11 until December 30 2017.
KOLDING, DENMARK | EAT ME: TRAPHOLT MUSEUM
John Isaacs will be taking part in the exhibition Eat Me in the Trapholt Museum of Kolding, Denmark. This exhibition is about how we understand ourselves and the world through food. Food is the supreme metaphor of our time. We use food to comment on practically anything: our social problems, our cultural habits, our identities, our understanding of nature… We use food to set boundaries, refine our sensibilities and project our visions of the future.
The exhibition is on view till May 2, 2018.
SCHIEDAM, NETHERLANDS | STICKY BUSINESS - THE TEMPTATION OF SUGAR IN ART: STEDELIJK MUSEUM SCHIEDAM
Food designer and guest curator Marije Vogelzang invited some twenty artists from this country and abroad, who shine a new light on the sugar, considerate the white poison, the major enemy of health. The exhibition is an artistic rethinking of this social issue.
SCHAERBEEK, BELGIUM | FRAGILE: MAISON DES ARTS
Artist Jorge Méndez Blake will be taken part in the exhibition Fragile in the Maison Des Arts of Schaerbeek, Belgium. The exhibition includes different artists approaches related to the state of matter. The clay is the common material used by the artists in all its states and shapes.
The exhibition is on view from October 7 till December 2, 2017.
BESANÇON, FR | FRAC FRANCHE-COMPTÉ
Artist Jorge Méndez Blake will be taking part in Montag ou la bibliothèque à venir (Montag or the library in the making) an exhibition that will happen at the FRAC with the support of Mondriaan Fundation.
The exhibition explores the links between literature and the visual arts, reflecting artists’ unflagging interest in the literary medium.
On view from October 14 till January 14, 2018.
SIN PRINCIPIO / SIN FINAL: NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF COLOMBIA
Sin principio / sin final is based on an antologic exhibition from Ignasi Aballí (Barcelona 1958) curated by Joao Fernandes for the Madrid Reina Sofia Museum. The exhibition composed by various works produced during the artists 10 last years of activity, as well as a set of works produced for the National University of Colombia’s art district.
To welcome that visit, the university has invited two colombian artists from posterior generations that share his approach to art: Mateo López (1978) and Bernardo Ortiz (1972); to offer dialogues and conexions that visitors will establish freely if they accept the challenge proposed by the artists to expand notions of visibility, categories of reality and values of art and its way of being concieved.
Colombian artist Mateo López is known for its varied work which presents a conceptual focus that includes drawings, installations, architecture, filmmaking and, what he calls, sculptural choreographies, all representing artistical journeys that revolve around the encounters of our everyday life.
MADRID | DKV COLLECTION - INELCOM COLLECTION: CAMBIO DE RUMBO
Tabacalera presents a new exhibition between two https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/cialis-20mg-prix/ big corporative collections of contemporary art of our country, the DKV Seguros and the INELCOM Collection. The last one presents “Le Moire” from Alexander Estrela, which articulates a speech about the human action and the natural environment, with special atention to the technological mediation.
The exhibition will be open since 28th of September til 19th of November in the hall La Principal of Tabacalera.
MCA DENVER, CO | SABER ACOMODAR: ART AND WORKSHOPS OF JALISCO 1915-NOW
Artists Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila and Gonzalo Lebrija will be taken part of the exhibition Saber Acomodar, that presents an investigation of the work carried out in studios and artisanal workshops in Jalisco. Focusing on the last 100 years of production, the works included in the exhibition showcase collaborations between artists and artisans who work and live in western Mexico. The result of these intersections is the integration of contemporary ideas and both pre-colonial techniques.
Artists: Daniela Aguilar, Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila, Claudia Fernández, Christian Franco, Mathias Goeritz, Fernando González Gortázar, Cynthia Gutiérrez*, Daniel Guzmán, JIS, Juan Kraeppellin, Gonzalo Lebrija, Rubén Méndez, Fernando Palomar, Jorge Pardo, Carlos Ranc, Chucho Reyes, Eduardo Sarabia, Juan Soriano, Luis Miguel Suro, Taller Ditoria, Eduardo Terrazas, Mario García Torres, Francisco Ugarte, Workshop of Timoteo Panduro.
On view from 13 September till January 21, 2018.