Travesía Cuatro is pleased to announce the representation of German artist Friedrich Kunath. Based in Los Angeles, Kunath utilizes a personal style of romantic conceptualism, layering poetic phrases with poignant, often melancholic imagery. The work embraces comedy and pathos, evoking universal feelings of love, hope, longing, and despair.
Watch a conversation between Germaine Acogny – dancer, choreographer and artist born in Benin but settled in Senegal and considered to be the founder of contemporary African dance – and Nora Chipaumire – artist, performer, choreographer, researcher and agitator born in Zimbabwe and based in Brooklyn, New York – also a reference for the new generation of African artists.
ES BALUARD MUSEU | Elena del Rivero
Elena del Rivero presents “The Archive of Dust: An Ongoing Project” at Es Baluard Museu in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, an exhaustive overview of the fundamental lines that characterize her work gravitating around the attacks of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, in New York. On view from 12th September 2021 until 30th January 2022.
BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA | Mateo López
The solo show Sí pero no by Mateo López is open at Casa Republicana, Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango, Banco de la República in Bogotá, Colombia. It is curated by Maria Wills and Julien Petit and will be on view until October 15, 2021.
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CENTRO INTERNAZIONALE DI SCULTURA, PECCIA, CH | Jose Dávila
Jose Dávila presents the solo exhibition Le pietre sanno aspettare, curated by Guido Magnaguagno at the Centro Internazionale di Scultura in Peccia, Suitzerland. On view from May 4th, 2021.
NOW + THERE, BOSTON, US | Jose Dávila
Now + There presents To Each Era Its Art. To Art, Its Freedom, a public sculpture by Jose Dávila, co-curated by Pedro Alonzo, on view at Central Wharf Park in Boston, MA, until November 2021.