LA CASA ENCENDIDA, ESP | ASUNCIÓN MOLINOS GORDO
SAO PAULO BIENAL, BR | SARA RAMO
The 33rd edition of the Sao Paulo Bienal will include the work of Sara Ramo, exhibited in the curatorial proposal ‘The Infinite History of Things or The End Of The Tragedy of One’ by Sofia Borges. It will take place from the 7th September to the 9th December.
YUZ MUSEUM SHANGHAI | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila will be exhibited at the YUZ Museum Shanghai, China, in the group show ‘The Artist is Present’ curated by Maurizio Cattelan and Alessandro Michele, of Gucci. It commences on the 10th October 2018.
BeMA LEBANON, STUDIOCUR/ART | JOSE DÁVILA
INSTITUTO CULTURAL HOSPICIO CABAÑAS, GUADALAJARA, MEXICO | JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE, JOSE DÁVILA, GONZALO LEBRIJA
After traveling through MCA DENVER and ASU Phoenix, the exhibition ‘SABER ACOMODAR: Art and Workshops of Jalisco 1915-Now’ returns to Guadalajara, from where the exhibiting artists originate. The works of Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila and Gonzalo Lebrija can be seen from the end of July onwards at the Instituto Cultural Hospicio Cabañas.
MEGARON OF ATHENS, GREECE | JORGE MENDEZ BLAKE
Jorge Méndez Blake is part of the exhibition “The last reader” curated by Anna Kafetsi at the Megaron of Athens, garden & project space, until September 16th 2018.
NOVECENTO DI FIRENZE MUSEUM | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila presents his exhibition “Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost” at Novecento di Firenze Museum curated by Lorenzo Bruni, in the Renaissance Chapel room, from July 3 to October 11 2018.
SERRALVES MUSEUM, OPORTO, PORTUGAL | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
The Serralves Museum is opening a group exhibition on june 6 in which Alexandre Estrela will be showing a work called Merda. The exhibition, called Zéro De Conduite: Works From The Serralves Collection, will be on view until september.
FONDATION CARMIGNAC, POQUEROLLES, FR | GONZALO LEBRIJA
The work Avion by Gonzalo Lebrija is part of the group exhibition Sea Of Desire at the Carmignac Foundation on the Poquerolles island. The exhibition will open on june 2, and will remain on view until november 2018.