Contemporânea: Alexandre Estrela: 'Flat Bells' by Rômulo Moraes

“In this black expanse of projection, the paintings simulate movement, expanding and contracting, as if in systole and diastole, thus giving us the impression of life”, explains Rômulo Moreas’ text on Alexandre Estrela’s solo show ‘Flat Bells’, now on view at MoMA, NY.  You can read the complete article on Contemporânea (text originally in Portuguese).

ARTLECTA, GDL | Jose Dávila

Sense of Place is Jose Davila’s solo exhibition at Artlecta, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The exhibition rescues a project of public and itinerant work in Los Angeles, which resulted in a book of the same name, published by Getty Publications. The show is on view through February 2024.

ART BASEL, Miami Beach 2023 | Travesía Cuatro

Find Travesía Cuatro at Booth B34 at Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach, Convention Center, Miami Beach, Florida.
Private days: December 6 & 7
Public days: December 8 – 10
Artists:Álvaro Urbano, Teresa Solar Abboud, Mateo López, Donna Huanca, Jose Dávila, Ana Prata, Gonzalo Lebrija, Eleonore Koch, Jorge Méndez Blake, Milena Muzquiz, Goro Kakei, Sara Ramo, Mariela Scafati, Jorge Eielson, Guga Szabzon, Sofía Bassi and Alexandre Estrela.

PAC, Milan | Mariela Scafati

ARGENTINA, WHAT THE NIGHT TELLS THE DAY is the group exhibition featuring Mariela Scafati that will open on November 18 at the Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, in Milan, Italy. The show is curated by Andres Duprat and Diego Sileo and will be open until February 11, 2024.

FRAC CORSICA, Corte | Asunción Molinos Gordo

Asunción Molinos Gordo will be part of the group exhibition A TERRA DI U CUMUNU, at FRAC CORSICA, Corte, France, with her piece ¡Cuanto río allá arriba! (2022). The exhibition will be open from November 8, 2023 to March 21, 2024.

MoMA MAGAZINE: Alexandre Estrela Interviewed by Ellie Ga

“At a certain point I felt that I was really working on an artificial being with several parts and each of them had their own rhythm, way of living, that could actually live separately. But I was interested because they had singularities, but also, they could collaborate”. Read the full interview here.

MUSEO CABAÑAS, Guadalajara | Jorge Méndez Blake

Jorge Méndez Blake will present Proscenios Literarios, a solo exhibition, at the Museo Cabañas, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The exhibition, curated by Victor Palacios, will be open from November 18, 2023, through April 12, 2024.

FUNDACIÓN JUAN MARCH, Madrid | Jorge Eielson

Jorge Eielson participates in the group exhibition ‘Antes de América. Fuentes originarias en la cultura moderna’, at the Juan March Foundation, Madrid, Spain. The exhibition will remain open until March 10, 2024.

NEW PUBLICATION: Jose Dávila, Memory of a Telluric Movement

The monograph Memory of a Telluric Movement, by Jose Dávila, comprises his homonymous exhibition from 2022 at Haus Konstruktiv in Zürich, as well as an interview with the show’s curator Sabine Schaschl and a text by Britta Schröder. Published by Impronta Casa Editora and designed by Luisa Mendoza and Alejandro Siordia.

CONARTE, Monterrey | Gonzalo Lebrija, Jose Dávila & Jorge Mendez Blake

Opening October 18, the exhibition Patchwork: Charpenel Guadalajara Collection will be on view at Nave Generadores and Fototeca at Centro de las Artes CONARTE, Monterrey, Mexico. Curated by Michel Blancsubé, the exhibition includes works by Gonzalo Lebrija, Jose Dávila and Jorge Mendez Blake.

BOGHOSSIAN FOUNDATION, Brussels | Asunción Molinos Gordo & Jose Dávila

Water is the group exhibition in which Asunción Molinos Gordo is participating with her project ¡Cuánto río allá arriba! while Jose Dávila is part of the show with Untitled (Woman in Bath). The exhibition is presented at Boghossian Foundation, in Brussels, Belgium and can be visited from October 19th, 2023, to March 10th, 2024.

TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes | Sofía Bassi

This Friday, October 20, at 19:00hrs, the TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes will offer a talk about Sofía Bassi, linked to Insolation, the current exhibition in which several pieces by the artist are now on view.

MARCO, Monterrey | Álvaro Urbano & Luighi Ghirri

En el jardín, is a group exhibition featuring works by Álvaro Urbano and Luighi Ghirri, curated by Magnolia de la Garza, which proposes a review of the Isabel and Agustín Coppel collection, based on the concepts of garden and landscape. It will be open from October 20, 2023 to March 3, 2024 at MARCO, Monterrey, Mexico.


“Saba’s Memory Trail or The Composite of Time” is a public artwork by Sara Ramo at Saba’s (Netherlands) new fire station. All the inhabitants of the island were invited to participate in the creation of the installation that is now translated into a collective monument.

INSTITUTO TOMIE OHTAKE, São Paulo | Mariela Scafati

Mariela Scafati presents Windows (2011) in Un lento venir viniendo – Capítulo II, a group exhibition at the Oxenford Collection, at Instituto Tommie Ohtake, in São Paulo, Brazil. The show organized by the cultural producer, Act.,  directed by Fernando Ticoulat and João Paulo Siqueira Lopes, and curated by Argentine poet and curator Mariano Mayer. It can be visited until November 19, 2023.

MUSEO PICASSO, Málaga | Jose Dávila

Jose Dávila is part of  the group show The Echo of Picasso, curated by Eric Trounce at Museo Picasso, in Málaga Spain. The exhibition, organized within the framework of the international celebrations marking the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Pablo Picasso (1881–1973), will be on view until January 3rd, 2024. 

TEA Espacio de las Artes, Tenerife | Sofía Bassi

The first exhibition in Europe in which Sofía Bassi participates will be at TEA Espacio de las Artes, Canary Islands. The exhibition Insolación, curated by Gilberto González, can be visited from September 29, 2023, to February 25, 2024.

TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes | Álvaro Urbano

Álvaro Urbano presents Acto I: La eterna adolescencia, at TEA Espacio de las Artes, Tenerife, Canary Islands, from September 29, 2023 until February 18th, 2024. Through an installation, Urbano explores the eternal adolescence, as part of the human condition.

MoMA, NY | Alexandre Estrela

Alexandre Estrela presents Flat Bells, his first New York show, at the Kravis Studio, Museum of Modern Art MoMA. The exhibition, curated by Sophie Cavoulacos, will be on view from November 4th, 2023, until January 7th, 2024.

NEW PUBLICATION: Mateo López (El tiempo es la idea)

The publication Mateo López (El tiempo es la idea), published by This Side Up, features texts by researcher and curator Julien Petit and writer and curator Manuel Cirauqui along with a collective of artists, curators and designers, formed around the Eina Idea program in Barcelona. 

The publication was produced with the support of Travesía Cuatro, Casey Kaplan Gallery, Galería Luisa Strina and Goodman Gallery.

KUNTSHALLE LISSABON, Lisbon | Teresa Solar Abboud

life on the surface is Teresa Solar Abboud’s first solo show in Portugal. It will be exhibited at Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, Portugal from September 20th until November 25th, 2023.

BODEGA COLOMBIANA, Barichara | Mateo López

“Caminar alrededor del tiempo” is the exhibition that concludes the residency of artist Mateo López at Reserva Guatoc. The show is also the result of the artist’s journeys through  Santander during the first half of 2023.  It will be on view through September 24, 2023, at La Bodega La Colombiana, in Barichara, Colombia.

FRIEZE SEÚL 2023 | Travesía Cuatro

Travesía Cuatro is thrilled to share that we’ll be located at Booth A2, COEX,  513 Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul for Frieze Seoul, 2023.

Private days: September 6-7
Public days: September 8-9

Artists: Milena Muzquiz, Jose Dávila, Donna Huanca,  Ana Prata, Mariela Scafati, Jorge Méndez Blake, Teresa Solar Abboud, Álvaro Urbano, Charlie Billingham and Elena del Rivero and  new collaborations with Guga Szabzon, Sofía Bassi) and Joeun Kim Aatchim.

FAURSCHOU, NY | Donna Huanca

SCAR TISSUE (BLURRED EARTH) is Donna Huanca’s major institutional solo presentation in New York, USA. The show comprises paintings, sculpture, olfactory and sound works, punctuated by a series of live performances, each one unique and especially commissioned for the occasion. It will be on view at Faurschou NY, from October 21st, 2023, until, July 14th, 2024. 

MAN, Nuoro | Jorge Eielson

Maria Lai and Jorge Eielson 100thousand stars is the duo exhibition that is currently on view at MAN Museo d’Arte di Nuoro, Italy. Curated by Elisabetta Masala, based on an idea by Marina Affanni and Chiara Gatti, the show will be open until October 1st, 2023.

TEA, Tenerife | Jorge Eielson

TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, Tenerife, Spain, opens the exhibition Jorge Eduardo Eielson. El nudo vertical, curated by Imma Prieto. The exhibition will be on view from June 30 through September 10, 2023. 


Milena Muzquiz will participate in I VOSTRI MOSTRI lightning exhibition curated by Manfredi Beninati, open only on June 22nd from 6pm to 10pm at the Associazione Flavio Beninati, Palermo, Sicily, Italy.

MUSEUM FRANZ GERTSCH, Burgdorf | Friedrich Kunath & Jorge Méndez Blake

Transformations is a group show in which artworks provide us with food for thought. Friedrich Kunath and Jorge Méndez Blake are both part of this exhibition that will be on view at Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, Switzerland until September 3rd, 2023. 

MALBA, Buenos Aires | Jorge Eielson & Mariela Scafati

Tercer Ojo is an exhibition that brings together iconic works of Latin American art. Jorge Eielson is part of  Habitar la tierra, while Mariela participates in Transformar la palabra, both axis of the show. It can be visited until December 4th, 2023, at MALBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

MUSEO AMPARO, Puebla | Jose Dávila, Jorge Méndez Blake & Gonzalo Lebrija

Jose Dávila, Jorge Méndez Blake and Gonzalo Lebrija are part of the group show TIME IN THINGS II. CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERIES, on view at Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico until December 31st, 2023. 

LA CASA ENCENDIDA, Madrid | Asunción Molinos Gordo & Sara Ramo

Picasso: Untitled is an exhibition that, 50 years after Pablo Picasso’s death, shows 50 works from the artist’s last period and  50 woks by contemporary artists who retitle and re-signify the pieces. Asunción Molinos Gordo and Sara Ramo are two of the artists invited to this exhibition at La Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain, on view until January 7, 2024. 

HAMBURGER BAHNHOF, Berlin | Álvaro Urbano

Álvaro Urbano and Petrit Halilaj are part of the group exhibition “Nationalgalerie. A collection for the 21st century”, curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie Der Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany.


ART BASEL 2023 | Travesía Cuatro

Travesía Cuatro will be located in Hall 2.1,  Booth R8 at Art Basel, Messe Basel, Messeplatz 10, Switzerland.
Private days: June 13 – 14
Public days: June 15 – 18
Artists: Teresa Solar Abboud, Mateo López, Donna Huanca, Jose Dávila, Gonzalo Lebrija, Mariela Scafati, Jorge Méndez Blake, Milena Muzquiz, Sara Ramo, Jorge Eielson, Ana Prata, Eleonore Koch, John Isaacs, Álvaro Urbano.

Jorge Méndez Blake | Art Basel Unlimited 2023

Travesía Cuatro is pleased to announce Jorge Méndez Blake’s presentation at Art Basel’s Unlimited sector consisting of a large- scale installation that draws upon his practice of “dismantling language.” Opening June 12, 2023, Booth U18 Art Basel Unlimited.

THYSSEN-BORNEMISZA, Madrid | Álvaro Urbano

La Vida Breve (Ficus carica), 2023, by Álvaro Urbano, will be part of the unique display “Encounters: Works from the TBA21 Collection”. Thus, there will be a dialogue between the TBA21 Collection and the works of the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, where the exhibition will be on view from May 31 to October 9, 2023.

HELSINKI BIENNIAL 2023 | Asunción Molinos Gordo

Asunción Molinos Gordo will be part of the 2023 Helsinki Biennal titled New Directions May Emerge, curated by Joasia Krysa. It will take place from 12 June to 17 September 2023.

NOBEL PEACE CENTER, Oslo | Álvaro Urbano

Álvaro Urbano and Petrit Halilaj are presenting their work Forget-me-not as a permanent installation at the Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, due to its strong symbolic power about love, hope and forgiveness. Curated by KORO – Public Art Norway, the piece will be on view as of May 2nd, 2023.

MUSEO TAMAYO | Jose Dávila & Gonzalo Lebrija

The Paradoxes of Internationalism (As Narrated by the Museo Tamayo Collection) is a two-part exhibition that will take part at Museo Tamayo, CDMX, Mexico. The show, curated by Kate Fowle, includes works by Jose Dávila and Gonzalo Lebrija. The first part of the exhibition will be on view from May 27 through October 1st, 2023. 


Charlie Billingham is part of LANDSCAPES OF DESIRE, the 4th edition of the Industrial Art Biennal. It is curated by Cristoph Oswald and Paolo Bianchi and will be open from May 13 through June 30, 2023, at Lamparna, Labin, Croatia.

NUMÉRO: Petrit Halilaj & Álvaro Urbano unveil ‘Lunar Ensemble for Uprising Seas’

“With the installation, the artists have created an evolving ecosystem filled with large-scale sculptures depicting imaginary creatures. […They] have created an installation which explores cohesion as well as resistance or disharmony between different species, or between living organisms and objects.” Continue reading on Numéro.

BALLROOM MARFA, Texas | Jorge Méndez Blake

BALLROOM MARFA presents the group exhibition Tongues of Fire, curated by Daisy Nam, where Jorge Méndez Blake takes part with a group of works that explore the possibilities of language. It will be open from May 24 through September 16th, 2023.

MAC, Lima | Mateo López

The MAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Lima, Peru, presents the exhibition Pasado Futurista by Mateo López. The show brings together the artist’s latest projects: disturbing objects and devices to be activated and intervened. Curated by María Wills and Julien Petit, the exhibition will open on April 21st, 2023.

FRIEZE Magazine: "Álvaro Urbano Constructs a Botanical Romance"

“A generous exhibition that is never unnecessarily obvious or condescending, ‘Granada Granada’ allows the spectator to feel their own way through it. Barragán’s most significant influences and García Lorca’s subversive, delicious innuendos all come to life in an affective reading of their works, particularly of their homes and the spaces they inhabited”. Read the full exhibition review by Gaby Cepeda on FRIEZE Magazine.

CASA MUSEO LOPE DE VEGA | Asunción Molinos Gordo

The Community of Madrid presents Mutaciones. Las tácticas barrocas, an exhibition curated by Sergio Rubira. The show will be held at different museums, including Casa Museo Lope de Vega and Centro de Interpretación de Nuevo Baztán, where Asunción Molinos Gordo will exhibit different artworks. On view from April 14 until July 16, 2023.

MALBA, Buenos Aires | Mariela Scafati

Conexiones e intermitencias en la cultura material argentina is the group exhibition in which Mariela Scafati shows her piece Inmóvil (2015). The exhibition will be open until June 12th, 2023, at MALBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

ART BAJA CALIFORNIA | Alexandre Estrela

Vida y Costumbres de Alexander is a video and sound installation by Alexandre Estrela presented as part of Art Baja California’s program EL CINE, curated by Samantha Ozer. Screenings are Monday through Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm at Teatro Marquez de León in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, MX until April 23, 2023.

20th ANNIVERSARY | Travesía Cuatro

This year, Travesía Cuatro is commemorating its 20th Anniversary. We’ll be celebrating with the presence of artists, curators, critics, editors, and friends. The celebration will take place at Fundación Fernando de Castro, on the 18th and 19th of May. Full program coming soon.


Un Lac Inconnu is the inaugural exhibition of the Bally Foundation, at Villa Heleneum, Lugano, Switzerland. Álvaro Urbano & Petrit Halilaj will be part of this exhibition curated by Vittoria Matarrese on view from April 20 until September 24, 2023.


Teresa Solar participates in Lo que pesa una Cabeza,  a group exhibition curated by Néstor Delgado, that analyzes the role of sculpture since 1973. The exhibition will be open until May 28, 2023, at the TEA, Tenerife, Spain.

KINDL, BERLIN | Friedrich Kunath

Coming Home Was As Beautiful As Going Away is the next solo exhibition by Friedrich Kunath in which melancholy and humor merge between each other. The show, curated by Magdalena Mai,  will be on view at KINDL, Berlin  from March 26th until July 30th, 2023. 

MUAC, CDMX | Mariela Scafati

Giro gráfico, como el muro en la hiedra is the group exhibition now on display at MUAC that recovers a variety of graphic actions in the public space in different latitudes of Latin America. Mariela Scafati participates in this exhibition with pieces linked through the political exercise, made from the individual and from the collective. The show will be on view until May 28th, 2023.

HYPEART VISITS: Donna Huanca Interviewed by Keith Estiler

“Donna Huanca (b. 1980, Chicago, IL) works investigates the natural world and all its chaos – thematizing cycles of renewal and decay. Her installations, which often incorporate painting, sculpture, and live performance, are intricately woven into the specific architectural spaces in which they are presented”. Continue Reading on HypeArt.

NEW YORK CITY HALL | Elena del Rivero

Monstrous rags, as the artist calls them, wave like flags in the Home Address project that is now shown at New York City Hall to represent the female fight in contemporary society. The ongoing project by Elena del Rivero, was inaugurated on March 8th, 2023, in the framework of International Women’s Day.

MUSEO REINA SOFÍA | Asunción Molinos Gordo

The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia has expanded its collection with the work of 12 Spanish contemporary women artists, including Asuncion Molinos Gordo, at the last edition of ARCOmadrid. ¡Cuanto río más arriba! will now be part of the permanent collection of MNCARS.


Sara Ramo’s video work “A Banda dos Sete” (2010) is part of the exhibition that celebrates the inauguration of the Pinacoteca Contemporânea, the new hall of the Pinacoteca de São Paulo in Brazil. The exhibition Chão da Praça: Obras do acervo da Pinacoteca, curated by Ana Maria Main and Yuri Quevedo, will be open from March 4 to July 30, 2023. 


Convertirse en uno mismo. Dibujos de colecciones y acervos de Guadalajara (1945-2013) is a group exhibition in which Jorge Mendez Blake takes part. The show will bring together a selection of drawings from three collections: the CIAK Centro de Investigación y Archivo Kraeppellin, the Ashida Cueto collection and holdings, and the Charpenel collection.  Curated by Caroline Montenant, the exhibition will be open at the Ex Convento del Carmen, Guadalajara, Mexico from March 2, 2023.

EL CULTURAL: “Mariela Scafati desde la resistencia: el color amarillo como política” by Marta Ramos-Yzquierdo

“Yellow is not defined by a single hue, a single name: lemon, lime, gold, golden, amber, indian, topaz, mustard. There is also yellowish and orange-white. The subtlety of difference manifests itself for the attentive gaze that goes beyond the classification systems that tend to unify  and simplify into standard, non-personal categories.” Continue reading on El Cultural.

EL PAÍS S MODA: “Lore Koch, the paradox between sophistication and simplicity” by Elsa Fernández-Santos

“An exhibition at the Fernando de Castro Foundation in Madrid, organized by Travesía Cuatro Gallery, vindicates her work”. Continue reading more about the exhibition, about Eleonore Koch’s biography and the artist’s sensibility on El País SModa.

SPACE K, SEOUL | Donna Huanca

BLISS POOL is Donna Huanca’s immersive and multi-sensory solo exhibition at Space-K, Seoul, South Korea. Including sculpture and installation, the show will be inaugurated alongside with a special performance on March 9th, 10th and 12th. It will be on view from March 9 to June 8, 2023.

EL PAÍS: “Barragán and Lorca fall in love in Mexico City” by Daniel Alonso Viña

“Álvaro Urbano imagines at Travesía Cuatro gallery an encounter between the two artists through the plants that populated the gardens of one and the poems of the other”. Continue reading on El País México.


Jose Dávila, Exercises of the Possible is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag and edited by Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, Jeffrey Grove.

Texts by Pedro Alonzo, Louisa Edgerton, Frauke V. Josenhans, Patricia Martin, Humberto Moro, David Raskin, Sabine Schaschl, Karen Stein. Graphic design by Rutger Fuchs.

COLLEGIUM | Teresa Solar & Álvaro Urbano

¡Doblad mis amores! is the group show curated by Chus Martínez in which Teresa Solar and Álvaro Urbano take part. It will be on view at Collegium, Arévalo, Spain, from February 21st  to September 3rd, 2023. 

CONARTE, MTY | Gonzalo Lebrija, Friedrich Kunath, Jorge Méndez Blake

Bonding is the group exhibition that, as part of the Monterrey Arts Weekend, shows the work of artists such as Friedrich Kunath, Gonzalo Lebrija and Jorge Méndez Blake at Conarte, Monterrey. The exhibition will remain open to the public until May 7, 2023. 

CAC MÁLAGA | Gonzalo Lebrija

Gonzalo Lebrija’s Golden Hours (2015)  will be presented by CAC Málaga at EL ESPACIO 5. The eleven-minute video can be seen until April 30.

I·G·A· | Travesía Cuatro

Travesía Cuatro is part of the International Galleries Alliance I·G·A·, a collaborative non-profit association that aims to create platforms and opportunities within the contemporary art market. 

OCEAN SPACE, Venice | Álvaro Urbano

Alvaro Urbano and Petrit Halijaj will present a site-specific installation commissioned by TBA21-Academy for the exhibition Thus waves come in pairs, curated by Barbara Casavecchia. The show will be presented at the San Lorenzo Church  in Venice and will be on view from April 22 to November 5, 2023. 

MALBA, Buenos Aires | Mariela Scafati

Homenajes Urbanos intervenes the streets of Buenos Aires recovering the themes of the piece Windows (2011) by Mariela Scafati. The installation is now exhibited as part of the core of  Transformar la Palabra within the exhibition El tercer ojo, at MALBA, Buenos Aires. It will be on view until September 1st, 2023. 

ZONA MACO, CDMX | Travesía Cuatro

Travesía Cuatro will be located at booth C125 at Zona MACO, Centro Citibanamex, CDMX, 2023.
Private viewings: February 8
Public days: February 9 to 12
Artists: Teresa Solar Abboud, Mateo López, Donna Huanca, Jose Dávila, Gonzalo Lebrija, Mariela Scafati, Jorge Méndez Blake, Milena Muzquiz, Sara Ramo, Charlie Billingham, Ana Prata, Eleonore Koch, John Isaacs, Asunción Molinos Gordo, Álvaro Urbano.

CAC MÁLAGA | Friedrich Kunath

There Must Be a Spanish Word for This Feeling, Friedrich Kunath’s solo show at CAC Málaga, is the artist’s first exhibition in Spain. It  will open on February 17th and will be on view until May 21st, 2023.


SALÓN ACME, CDMX | Mariela Scafati

Travesía Cuatro is pleased to present a site-specific installation by artist Mariela Scafati at the 10th edition of Salón ACME, on view from February 9 to 12, 2023, at  General Prim 32, Colonia Juárez, Mexico City. In collaboration with Isla Flotante.


Donna Huanca opens a new solo exhibition – OJOS OBSIDIANOS – at the MAZ Museo de Arte de Zapopan in Jalisco, Mexico. The exhibition explores the material, symbolic and sensorial layers of the artist’s work. OJOS OBSIDIANOS will be on view from February 4th to July 16th, 2023.


Jorge Mendez Blake presents I Remember an Exhibition at Palms Springs Museum, an installation specially commissioned for the museum’s main façade. The short texts describe imaginary conditions inside the museum, referencing fleeting activities, and non-existent artworks and spaces


Dismantled Landscape (José Juan Tablada’s Haikus)  is the site-specific work commissioned to Jorge Méndez Blake that has won the inaugural edition of The Macallan Art Prize. The artwork will be part of the permanent exhibition at The Bass museum, Miami, USA. 

VIDEO WALKTRHOUGH | Ana Prata at Travesía Cuatro CDMX

MACBA BARCELONA | Elena del Rivero

Elena del Rivero’s work, Letters to the mother (1993-97) is presented in the exhibition MACBA Collection: Prelude. Poetic Intention, which will be on view from December 14, 2022, until mid 2024 at MACBA Barcelona.

VIDEO WALKTRHOUGH | Mariela Scafati at Travesía Cuatro Madrid


Architecture of Empathy is the art work that John Isaacs is currently showing at  Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, France, as part of the reopening of the Middle Ages and Renaissance halls.


John Isaacs is currently presenting IS MORE THAN THIS MORE THAN THIS as part of the exhibition A GATEWAY TO POSSIBLE WORLDS, curated by Alexandra Müller at Centre Pompidou-Metz, France. It will be on view until April 10th, 2023. 

MURAL.COM.MX: “Muestra Molinos arte contra la lógica del ‘progreso’” by Alejandra Carrillo

“In a research work related to the irrigation systems of the orchard of Valencia, of the Muslim peasant communities before the colonial wars and the construction of the Nation State of Spain, as well as the pre-Columbian peoples in Ecuador and in other parts of the world, she made ‘¡Cuánto río allá arriba!’, a series of sculptural pieces made of clay that are shown in the tapatía headquarters of Travesía Cuatro Gallery”. Continue reading on MURAL.


‘Hands as Drawers’ is the installation by Álvaro Urbano that is now showing as part of the group exhibition La Position de l’amour at Magasin CNAC, Grenoble, France. Curated by Celine Kopp, the exhibition will be open until March 12, 2023.


Asunción Molinos Gordo opens Hunger machen «Making Hunger» at Springhornhof Kunstverein, Neuenkirchen, Germany. The exhibition showcases the result of her  artist residency as the first recipient of the REISESTIPENDIUM Europe scholarship in Lower Saxony, funded by the Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung and the state of Lower Saxony. On view until December 23  2022. 

ART REVIEW MAGAZINE: "Ana Prata's Tiny Phenomena" by Gaby Cepeda

“Her fixation on the genre of still life makes it easy to step into her playful realm of images. And there are many: 24 mostly oil paintings fill the lofty gallery space, ranging from very small to wall-sized, all in bright colours worked into unexpected combinations and textures”. Continue reading on ArtReview.


The Whitechapel Gallery present PORTAL DE PLATA, an exhibition curated by Donna Huanca, including works by herself along with pieces by Elsa Hagen, Louise Bourgeois and Bjørn Carlsen, from the Christen Sveaas Art Foundation collection. The exhibition will be on view until January 1st, 2023.


Sara Ramo presents Atirando Pedras and Algumas Violências, an exhibition in two parts, both curated by Marta Mestre, at Centro Internacional das Artes José de Guimãres, until February 26th, 2023, and Saco Azul, until November 12th, 2022.

OKLAHOMA CONTEMPORARY | Gonzalo Lebrija, Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila

The exhibition La casa que nos inventamos: Contemporary Art From Guadalajara at Oklahoma Contemporary includes works by Gonzalo Lebrija, Jose Dávila and Jorge Méndez Blake. Curated by Viviana Kuri, it will be on view from Sept 23, 2022 until Jan 9, 2023.

MAZ Museo de Arte de Zapopan | Jorge Méndez Blake

Jorge Méndez Blake is part of the group exhibition Imperios de lo Plural. Obras selectas de la Colección de la Fundación de Arte Cisneros Fontanals, curated by Jesús Fuenmayor at the MAZ – Museo de Arte de Zapopan. On view from September 4, 2022 until January 8, 2023.

16 BIENNALE DE LYON | Jose Dávila

Jose Dávila is one of the artists invited to the 16e Biennale de Lyon, titled manifesto of fragility, and curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath. On view from September 14 until December 31, 2022.

JAMEEL ARTS CENTRE | Asunción Molinos Gordo

Asunción Molinos will be part of the exhibition An Ocean in Every Drop at Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai, with a group of sculptures. On view until April 2, 2023.


The Museum Haus Konstruktiv in Zürich presents a comprehensive solo exhibition dedicated to the work of Jose Dávila, titled Memory of a Telluric Moment and curated by Sabine Schaschl. From June 2 until September 11, 2022.


Donna Huanca takes part in the exhibition ARS2022: Living Encounters at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki, Finland, on view until October 16, 2022.


Asunción Molinos and Teresa Solar take part in Abundant Futures: Works from the TBA21 Collection at the C3A Centro de Creación Contemporánea de Andalucia in Córdoba, Spain. The exhibition is curated by Daniela Zyman and will be on view until March 5, 2023.


Elena del Rivero presents the installation Home Address at the Hispanic Society Museum & Library of New York. Curated by John A.Tyson, the project Home Address poetically transfers often-overlooked or underestimated textiles from the kitchen into the public sphere. With del Rivero’s flags the artist aims to spark collective conversations, woven from manifold perspectives, about civics and aesthetics.


Donna Huanca solo exhibition, MAGMA SLIT, at The Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, US. organized by Shamim M. Momin, Director of Curatorial Affairs, will be on view until February 05, 2023.

CENTROCENTRO | Asunción Molinos Gordo

Asunción Molinos Gordo is part of the group exhibition Sweet Water. Ideas for a Future of Scarcity curated by Ana Domínguez Siemens at CentroCentro in Madrid, Spain. On view from March 24 until August 21, 2022.


Ana Prata’s solo exhibition A vida das coisas will be on view at SESC Pompéia in São Paulo, Brazil, from April 30 until July 30, 2022.


The exhibition Gonzalo Lebrija: Miracle of the Eternal Present opens at the Palm Springs Art Museum from April 22, 2022 until October 2, 2022. Curated by Adam Lerner, it will survey more than two decades of work by the Mexican artist, using a wide range of mediums–photography, video, sculpture, and painting.

Interview in El País: 59 Biennale di Venezia I Teresa Solar

Teresa Solar, the Spanish name of the Venice Biennale. The rising artist from Madrid, 36, will be, together with June Crespo, the only contemporary Spanish creator present at the main exhibition of the Venice Biennale. -Ianko López


Donna Huanca presents a new immersive installation titled CUEVA DE COPAL at ARNOLFINI Arts, Bristol, UK, on view until May 22, 2022.


Sara Ramo integrates the permanent collection of the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, Spain with the works Minhas e Suas and Una y otra vez, which are currently exhibited in COMMUNICATING VESSELS. Collection 1881-2021, the museum’s rehanging.

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art | Asuncion Molinos Gordo

Asunción Molinos Gordo is part of the tour exhibition What’s for Tea?, a project of the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead) in partnership with the Scotland-based organization Traveling Gallery. From February 21 until July 18, 2022.

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