NAVIGATOR ART ON PAPER PRIZE | MATEO LÓPEZ
Mateo López is one of the 15 artists nominated for the Navigator Art on Paper Prize 2018.
ARSENIC, CENTRE D'ART SCÉNIQUE CONTEMPORAIN, LAUSANNE | DONNA HUANCA
Performance on april 27 and 28, 2018.
Curated by Elise Lammer y Patrick de Rham.
Arsenic-centre d’art scénique contemporain. Lausanne.
SOLUNA INTERNATONAL ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL, DALLAS, USA | GONZALO LEBRIJA
GONZALO LEBRIJA presents Mariachi Wagner, a performance presented by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as part of SOLUNA International Arts & Music Festival. Dallas’s only all-female mariachi ensemble, Rosas Divinas, will perform Richard Wagner’s music with a newly commissioned work by composer Jesús Echevarría, within Lebrija’s original set design. The performance will take place at the Moody Performance Hall on May 15, 2018.
FUNDACIÓN CALOSA, MEXICO | JOSE DÁVILA
Pensamiento Especulativo (speculative thinking)
Fundación Calosa, México
Opening on April 21, 2018
TRAVESÍA CUATRO AT FRIEZE NY | BOOTH 4D
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY | GROUP SHOW
SABER ACOMODAR: Art and Workshops of Jalisco 1915–Now
JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE, JOSE DÁVILA, GONZALO LEBRIJA
Arizona State University Museum
March 17, 2018 – June 30, 2018
CASA DO BRASIL, MADRID | SARA RAMO
Açãao e Reação
Casa do Brasil, Madrid
February 23, 2018 – April 20, 2018.
YUZ MUSEUM, SHANGHAI | DONNA HUANCA
DONNA HUANCA’s first solo exhibition in mainland China, “Cell Echo” opens on March 24th to June 3rd, 2018 at Yuz Project Space of Art. Working with live performance, painting, sculpture and textiles.
BOMBAS GENS CENTRE DÁRT, VALENCIA | JOSE DÁVILA
“Topologies of memory” (2011) by Jose Dávila is part of the exhibition “The pulse of the body. Uses and representations of space” (Per amor a l’art collection) del March 14 until January 20 de 2019.
KUNSTVEREIN MÜNCHEN, GERMANY | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
From 17 February until 15 April 2018, Kunstverein München presents Lua Cão – a large-scale exhibition that tests the intersection of experimental film and video via the extensive bodies of work of Alexandre Estrela and the duo João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva. Co-organized by Natxo Checa, the exhibition spans both floors of the Kunstverein.