MUSEO AMPARO, PUEBLA, MX | Mateo López
Mateo López is part of the exhibition Portadores de sentido, Arte contemporáneo en la colección Patricia Phelps Cisneros. A group exhibition on view at Museo Amparo in Puebla, Mexico until July 22nd, 2019.
MUSEO DE ARTE DE ZAPOPAN, JALISCO, MEXICO | CHARLIE BILLINGHAM
Charlie Billingham will open his solo show Cornucopia at Museo de Arte de Zapopan (MAZ) on Sunday, February 3rd. The show will be on view until June 9th, 2019.
MUSEO UNIVERSITARIO DEL CHOPO, CDMX, MEXICO | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila will Open his solo show Sueño Autosuficiente at Museo Universitario del Chopo on Tuesday February 5th.
MUSEO DE ARTE MODERNO BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA | MATEO LÓPEZ
Mateo López is taking part in the exhibition Abriendo el sistema, Homenaje a Carlos Rojas. The exhibition which will open on November 14 will be on view at the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art (MAMBo) until January 27, 2019.
FRANZ JOSEF KAI, VIENNA | JOSE DÁVILA
The Franz Josef Kai space in Vienna, Austria, will host a solo show for Jose Dávila titled ‘A Simple Rule to Remember’ which will run from the 1st to the 30th of November. On show will be the more structural installations by Dávila.
CENTRO CENTRO, MADRID | ELENA DEL RIVERO
The group show ‘La No Comunidad’ at Centro Centro Cibeles in Madrid, presents an inquiry into solitude and listlessness in late capitalism emerging from the decay of community-based sociality. It will exhibit Elena del Rivero’s work and can be visited until he 27th January 2019.
CONTEMPORARY IMAGE COLLECTIVE, CAIRO | ASUNCIÓN MOLINOS GORDO
The work of Asunción Molinos Gordo will be on display in the group exhibition Submerged at the CIC, Contemporary Image Collective, in Cairo, Egypt. It is their first event in their new space of the Talaat Harb street, which will take place until the 15th December
RACHOFSKY HOUSE, DALLAS TX | CHARLIE BILLINGHAM
TWO x TWO for Aids and Art is an annual charity auction that will take place at the Rachofsky House in Dallas on the 27th October in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, foundation for research into HIV/AIDS. This year’s edition will count with Charlie Billingham’s work NITS, 2018, for auction.