MAZ, ZAPOPAN, MX | Jose Dávila
Jose Dávila is part of a group exhibition La última de las tribus at Museo de Arte de Zapopan wich will be on view from December 3th, 2019 to April 26th, 2020.
NYU, STEINHARDT, DE | Jose Dávila
Jose Dávila will be giving a talk at the Einstein Auditorium in NYU on November 19th ( 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm). The talk will be part of the NYU series of visiting artists.
CENTRE POMPIDOU, PARIS, FR | Alexandre Estrela
Alexandre Estrela is part of the group exhibition Points de rencontres at Centre Pompidou curated by Frédéric Paul and organizaed by the Fond de Dotation Accélérations, on view from October 23th, 2019 to January 27th, 2020.
INDEX FOUNDATION, STOCKHOLM, SE | Teresa Solar
Teresa Solar’s solo exhibition Ride, Ride, Ride will be on view at Index Foundation October 25th of 2019.
NAVES MATADERO, MADRID, SP | Elena del Rivero
Elena del Rivero’s solo exhibition AN ARCHIVE OF DUST curated by Mateo Feijóo will be on view at Naves Matadero November 13th of 2019.
CENTRO BOTÍN, MADRID, SP | Teresa Solar & Jorge Méndez Blake
Teresa Solar and Jorge Méndez Blake will be part of the group show Collecting Practices: 25 Years of Itinerarios at Centro Botín opening on October 12th. The exhibition will remain on view until November 8th, 2020.
MUSEO AMPARO, PUEBLA, MX | Jose Dávila
Jose Dávila’s solo exhibition Pensar como una montaña curated by Amanda de la Garza will be on view at Museo Amparo November 16th of 2019.
LA CASA ENCENDIDA, MADRID, SP | Teresa Solar
Teresa Solar is part of a group exhibition Una mecánica popular de los sentidos at La Casa Encendida which will be on view from September 10th, 2019 to January 5th, 2020.
180 THE STRAND, LONDON, UK | Donna Huanca
Donna Huanca is part of a group exhibition TRANSFORMER : A Rebirth of Wonder curated by Jefferson Hack at 180 The Strand in London which will be on view October 1st.
GROPIUS BAU, BERLIN, DE | Jose Dávila
Jose Dávila is part of a group exhibition Walking Through Walls at Gropius Bau, Berlin which will be on view from September 12th, 2019 to January 19, 2020.
SALA ALCALÁ 31, MADRID, SP | Sara Ramo
Sara Ramo’s solo exhibition La caída y otras formas de vida will be on view at Sala Alcalá 31 from September 11th to November 3rd of 2019.
DEN FRIE CENTRE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, COPENHAGEN, DK | Alexandre Estrela
Alexandre Estrela’s solo exhibition All and Everything will be on view at Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen from August 30th to November 17th of 2019.
MUSEO PATIO HERRERIANO, VALLADOLID, SP | Teresa Solar
Teresa Solar is part of a group exhibition ‘Una dimensión ulterior. Aproximaciones a la escultura contemporánea en España’ at Museo Patio Herreriano en Valladolid, which will be on view until October 13th.
MUSEO NACIONAL CENTRO DE ARTE REINA SOFIA, MADRID, SP | Sara Ramo
Sara Ramo’s solo exhibition ‘lindalocaviejabruja’ will be on view at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia from July 24th to March 2nd of 2019.
MARCIANO ART FOUNDATION, LOS ANGELES, USA | Donna Huanca
Donna Huanca’s solo exhibition ‘OBSIDIAN LADDER’ will be on view at Marciano Art Foundation from June 28th to December 1st of 2019.
VICTORIA AND ALBERT, LONDON, UK | Asunción Molinos Gordo
Asunción Molinos Gordo is part of a group exhibition “FOOD: Bigger than the Plate” at Victoria and Albert Museum, which will be on view until October 20th.
DELFINA FOUNDATION, LONDON, UK | Asunción Molinos Gordo
Asunción Molinos Gordo’s solo exhibition ‘Accumulation by Dispossession’ curated by Dani Burrows as part of the project ‘The Politics of Food’ at Delfina Foundation will be on view until June 22nd.
SALA DE ARTE SANTANDER, MADRID, SP | Mateo López, Jose Dávila, Jorge Méndez Blake & Alexandre Estrela
Mateo López, Jose Dávila, Jorge Méndez Blake and Alexandre Estrela are part of a group exhibition “There will never be a door. You are inside.” curated by Luiza Teixeira de Freitas at Sala de Arte Santander will remain on view until June 9th.
XIII BIENAL DE LA HABANA, CU | Asunción Molinos Gordo, Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila & Sara Ramo
Asunción Molinos Gordo, Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila and Sara Ramo will be part of la XIII Bienal de La Habana, titled La Construcción de lo Posible will be on view from April 12th to May 12th of 2019.
PIVÔ, SÃO PAULO, BRA | Alexandre Estrela
Alexandre Estrela’s solo exhibition ‘Volta Grande’ curated by Luiza Teixeira de Freitas at Pivô São Paulo will be on view from March 30th to May 11th.
CASA DE MÉXICO, MADRID, SP | Jorge Méndez Blake
Jorge Méndez Blake’s solo exhibition ‘Diez situaciones poéticas’ will be on view at Casa de México from March 2nd to April 7th of 2019.
FUNDACIÓN CALOSA, GUANAJUATO, MX | Charlie Billingham & Asunción Molinos Gordo
Charlie Billingham and Asunción Molinos Gordo will be part of a group exhibition ‘PREGUNTAS ABIERTAS’ curated by Carlos E. Palacios at the Fundación CALOSA.
FONDATION CARTIER, PARIS, FR | Charlie Billingham
Charlie Billingham will be part of a group exhibition “Jeunes artistes en Europe. Les Métamorphose” curated by Thomas Delamarre at Fondation Cartier on April 2nd.
MUSEO DE ARTE DE ZAPOPAN, JALISCO, MX | Jose Dávila, Jorge Mendez Blake
Artists, Jose Dávila and Jorge Mendez Blake will have a conversation at the Museo de Arte de Zapopan in Jalisco on wednesday, March 20th.
COPENHAGEN CONTEMPORARY, DK | Donna Huanca
Donna Huanca inaugurates her first solo show in Scandinavia on March 21st, 2019. The exhibition, ‘LENGUA LLORONA’ curated by Aukje Lepoutre Ravn shown at the Copenhagen Contemporary will be on view until september of 2019.
FONDATION CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN, PARIS, FR | Alexandre Estrela
Alexandre Estrela will open his solo exhibition ‘MÉTAL HURLANT’ at Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, Paris, on March 12th. The exhibition curated by Sérgio Mah will remain on view until June 16th, 2019.
SCAD SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, USA | Gonzalo Lebrija
Gonzalo Lebrija will open his solo show Cathedral at SCAD Savannah on February 22nd, 2019.
HAUS KONSTRUKTIV, ZÜRICH, SWITZERLAND | Jose Dávila
Jose Dávila is part of the group exhibition Concrete Contemporary on view at Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich until May 5th, 2019.
BIRMINGHAM MUSEUM & ART GALLERY, BIRMINGHAM, UK | John Isaacs
John Isaacs is part of the exhibition Too Cute! Sweet is about to get sinister on view at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery until May 15th, 2019.
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.
MUSEO TAMAYO, MX | GONZALO LEBRIJA
Vía Láctea is Gonzalo Lebrija’s solo show at the Museo Tamayo of Mexico DF, which will begin on the 20th October, until the 24th February. It will showcase his photography and video work towards a sociopolitical study of particular geographical contexts, in this case around cigar smokers in Havana.
TRAVESÍA CUATRO | JOSE DÁVILA
Travesía Cuatro has edited in collaboration with This Side Up Books the catalogue of the Jose Dávila exhibition ‘Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost.’ This edition presents views of the installation held at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Madrid, from the 12th to the 19th September on occasion of Apertura Madrid 2018. The price to the public is 25 euro.
LA CASA ENCENDIDA, MADRID, SPAIN | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
The exhibition Lua Cão at La Casa Encendida, Madrid, will host the work of portuguese artists Alexandre Estrela and João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva. The immersive experience will begin on the 10th October, until the 5th January 2019.
CA2M, MADRID | TERESA SOLAR ABBOUD
The group show ‘Querer Parecer Noche’ taking place at Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M) in Madrid will host the work of Teresa Solar Abboud. It will run from the 10th October to the 28th January 2019.
LA CASA ENCENDIDA, ESP | ASUNCIÓN MOLINOS GORDO
Asunción Molinos Gordo will lead a workshop at La Casa Encendida, Madrid, titled ‘Oficina de arqueología imaginaria’ from the 23rd to the 26th Octubre. She will approach a speculative archaeology of the building that hosts La Casa Encendida as well as the Lavapiés neighborhood at large.
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
Jose Dávila will be exhibited along other in the ‘Cycles of Collapsing Progress,’ a contemporary art exhibition in Tripoli, north Lebanon, opening September 22nd. Organised by the Beirut Museum of Art and STUDIOCUR/ART it works in partnership with Anissa Touati Corporation for Mexico.
SAMMLUNG PHILARA, DUSSELDORF | JOSE DÁVILA
Sammlung Philara in Dusselforf presents the Jose Dávila solo show ‘Somewhere Behind the Eyes’ from the 6th September to the 21st October 2018, including his works ‘Homage to the Square’ and ‘Aporia X,’ 2017.
MACBA ARGENTINA | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila collaborates in the group show ‘Latinoamerica: Volver al Futuro’ at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires ending on 3rd march 2019.
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.
CENTRO BOTÍN, SANTANDER | SARA RAMO
Sara Ramo is part of the exhibition El Paisaje Reconfigurado at Centro Botín from June 23 2018 till January 13 2019.
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.
NAVIGATOR ART ON PAPER PRIZE | MATEO LÓPEZ
Mateo López is one of the 15 artists nominated for the Navigator Art on Paper Prize 2018.
BELVEDERE, VIENNA | DONNA HUANCA
The museum of the Belvedere in Vienna, Austria, will host the works of Donna Huanca with the solo show Piedra Quemada, from the 28th September until the 9th January 2019. She is the first living artist to have a solo show in this institution, which will display her performances, canvases and installation work.
PUBLICATIONS | THE FEATHER AND THE ELEPHANT | JOSE DÁVILA | HAMBURGER KUNSTHALLE
On June 10th, Jose Dávila will be presenting his new book: “The Feather and The Elephant” based on his exhibition of the same name at the Hamburger Kunsthalle.
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
PUBLICATIONS | LUA CAO | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA | KUNSTVEREIN MUNICH
Publication of the exhibition book Lua Cão
available at the museum’s bookshop
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.
Bombas Gens Centre d’Art, Valencia.
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.
ASOCIACIÓN COLECCION DE ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO: PATIO HERRERIANO, VALLADOLID | ELENA DEL RIVERO
ELENA DEL RIVERO
Elena del Rivero is part of the exhibition which gather a selection of 6 top artists within the contemporary spanish art scene from the 70’s until now.
From February 9 until April 24.
CAB BURGOS ART CENTER, BURGOS, ESPAÑA | ASUNCIÓN MOLINOS GORDO
Asunción Molinos presents a work of cultural translation in the CAB. The Holiest is a video installation that talks about certain ritual (the preparations for a religious parade). The artist questions precisely the new canons that govern current art: social agreements, conventions, the assumption of an authority, power relations and tensions between the different players (artists, curators, museum directors, market, galleries, critics…). The piece is a subtle and complex metaphor about what surrounds what we consider art today.
The exhibition is on view till May 25.
QUETZAL ART CENTRE, VILA DE FRADES, PORTUGAL | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
Quetzal Art Centre will present OURO MOURO, a project by Alexandre Estrela, curated by Luiza Teixeira de Freitas. The exhibition brings two works of Estrela into dialogue Untitled (2017) and OURO MOURO (2017).
The exhibition will be on view until April 2018.
BLANTON MUSEUM OF ART, AUSTIN, TEXAS, USA | MATEO LÓPEZ
The Colección where to buy viagra online Patricia Phelps de Cisneros has donated over 200 contemporary artworks to six museums in North and South America, and Europe. Among these works, a sculpture by Mateo López has been donated to the Blanton Museum of Art of the University of Texas in Austin.
NGV TRIENNIAL, AUSTRALIA | JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE
Artist Jorge Méndez Blake is part of the National Gallery Triennal of Victoria, a celebration of contemporary art and design where visitors have the opportunity to look at the world and its past, present and future through the eyes of some of the most creative minds working today. Featuring the work of over 100 artists and designers from 32 countries, the NGV Triennial surveys the world of art and design, across cultures, scales, geographies and perspectives.
BLUEPROJECT FOUNDATION, BARCELONA | MATEO LÓPEZ & JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE
Next December 14 the Blueproject Foundation presents the exhibition “De la línea al movimiento – Inventar cosas para hacer mientras se camina” (“From the line to the movement – Inventing things to do while walking“) by Jorge Méndez Blake and Mateo López, curated by Claudia Segura. The exhibition can be seen at Sala Project where to buy viagra online to March 4, 2018. The exhibition puts into dialogue the investigations of Jorge Méndez Blake (Mexico, 1974) about literature and the practices of Mateo López (Colombia, 1978) with drawing as cornerstone.
MUSEO EXPERIMENTAL EL ECO, MEXICO | GONZALO LEBRIJA
Gonzalo Lebrija is part of the exhibition “El día es azul, el silencio es verde, la vida es amarilla …” (“Day is blue, silence is green, life is yellow …”) in the Experimental Museum el Eco. The acheter cialis sans ordonnance recent exhibition address the epistolar conversation between Yves Klein and Mathias Goeritz in 1960, relating Goeritz’s emotional architecture in the Eco with Klein’s monochromatic inmaterial ideas in France.
The exhibition will be on view to the public through February 18 2018.
HAMBRE. UN OBJETO HECHO POR EL HOMBRE: MAZ, MÉXICO | ASUNCIÓN MOLINOS GORDO
The Zapopan Museum of Art (MAZ) will open the solo exhibition Hunger, A Man-Made Object by Asunción Molinos Gordo. The exhibition will open on November 30, 2017.
ANOZERO'17, COÍMBRA, PORTUGAL | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
Alexandre Estrela is part of the second edition of the Biennial Contemporary Art of Coimbra, Anozero, this year with the title Curar e Repar (Healing and Repairing) curated by Delfim Sardo and co-curated by Luiza Teixeira da Freitas. The purpose is to disseminate the remarkable cultural heritage significant integration of contemporary art culture into the daily life of the city, its citizenry and visitors. On view from November 11 until December 30 2017.
EAT ME: TRAPHOLT MUSEUM, KOLDING, DENMARK | JOHN ISAACS
John Isaacs will be taking part in the exhibition Eat Me in the Trapholt Museum of Kolding, Denmark. This exhibition is about how we understand ourselves and the world through food. Food is the supreme metaphor of our time. We use food to comment on practically anything: our social problems, our cultural habits, our identities, our understanding of nature… We use food to set boundaries, refine our sensibilities and project our visions of the future.
The exhibition is on view till May 2, 2018.
STEDELIJK MUSEUM SCHIEDAM, THE NETHERLANDS | JOHN ISAACS
John Isaacs will be taking part in the exhibition Sticky Business The Temptation of Sugar in Art, in the Stedelijk Museum Schiedam from September 16 to February 18, 2o18.
Food designer and guest curator Marije Vogelzang invited some twenty artists from this country and abroad, who shine a new light on the sugar, considerate the white poison, the major enemy of health.
FRAGILE: MAISON DES ARTS, SCHAERBEEK, BELGIUM | JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE
Artist Jorge Méndez Blake will be taken part in the exhibition Fragile in the Maison Des Arts of Schaerbeek, Belgium. The exhibition includes different artists approaches related to the state of matter. The clay is the common material where to buy viagra online used by the artists in all its states and shapes.
The exhibition is on view from October 7 till December 2, 2017.
FRAC FRANCHE-COMPTÉ, BESANÇON, FR | JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE
Artist Jorge Méndez Blake will be taking part in Montag ou la bibliothèque à venir (Montag or the library in the making) an exhibition that will happen at the FRAC with the support of Mondriaan Fundation.
The exhibition explores the links between literature and the visual arts, reflecting artists’ unflagging interest in the literary medium.
On view from October 14 till January 14, 2018.
SIN PRINCIPIO / SIN FINAL: NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF COLOMBIA, BOGOTÁ | MATEO LÓPEZ
Sin principio / sin final is based on an antologic exhibition from Ignasi Aballí (Barcelona 1958) curated by Joao Fernandes for the Madrid Reina Sofia Museum. The exhibition composed by various works produced during the artists 10 last years of activity, as well as a set of works produced for the National University of Colombia’s art district.
To welcome that visit, the university has invited two colombian artists from posterior generations that share his approach to art: Mateo López (1978) and Bernardo Ortiz (1972); to offer dialogues and conexions that visitors will establish freely if they accept the challenge proposed by the artists to expand notions of visibility, categories of reality and values of art and its way of being concieved.
CAMBIO DE RUMBO COLECCIÓN DKV - COLECCIÓN INELCOM, MADRID | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
Tabacalera presents a new exhibition between two https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/cialis-20mg-prix/ big corporative collections of contemporary art of our country, the DKV Seguros and the INELCOM Collection. The last one presents “Le Moire” from Alexander Estrela, which articulates a speech about the human action and the natural environment, with special atention to the technological mediation.
The exhibition will be open since 28th of September til 19th of November in the hall La Principal of Tabacalera.
MCA DENVER, USA | JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE & JOSE DÁVILA & GONZALO LEBRIJA
Artists Jorge Méndez Blake, Jose Dávila and Gonzalo Lebrija will be taken part of the exhibition Saber Acomodar, that presents an investigation of the work carried out in studios and artisanal workshops in Jalisco. Focusing on the last 100 years of production, the works included in the exhibition showcase collaborations between artists and artisans who work and live in western Mexico. The result of these intersections is the integration of contemporary ideas and both pre-colonial techniques.
On view from 13 September till January 21, 2018.
PERPETUAL CONSTRUCTION: A DIALOGUE WITH THE HOUSE OF JEAN PROUVÉ III, CAB, BRUSSELS | JOSE DÁVILA
The upcoming exhibition at CAB departs from the climate of reconstruction that marked Post-WWII Europe; the context in which Jean Prouvé conceived his Demountable House 6×6 as a temporary refuge for people who had lost their homes during the war.
The exhibition is therefore set up as an urban construction site, drawing attention to the way we organise, control and inhabit space. Some constellations deal with the actual materials making up the concrete, modernist constructions, such as Christoph Weber, Jose Davila, Lena Verijke and Nina Canell. Perpetual Construction explores the city as a self-organizing chaotic biotope.
PINTURA CON PIES DE HORMIGÓN, BARCELONA | JOSE DÁVILA
Pintura con Pies de Hormigón (painting with concrete feet), a recent critique by journalist Ángela Molina for the newspaper EL PAÍS features Jose Dávila’s exhibition at the Blueproject Foundation of Barcelona where four recent works of the Mexican artist’s Joint Effort series are reunited. These pieces where industrial materials like glass, steel and concrete act with rawer materials like stones or marble create a subtle contrast between rigidity and fragility.
LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN THE MARCIANO COLLECTION, LOS ANGELES | JOSE DÁVILA
The Getty foundation’s Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative, an exploration of Latin American art “in dialogue with Los Angeles” got even bigger with the participation of the Marciano Art Foundation, a contemporary art collection founded by Paul and Maurice Marciano. Part of the collection that highlights works by Mexican Artist Jose Dávila will be exhibited in the third floor of the Wilshire Boulevard Museum from October 19 till January 20, 2017.
L'EXPOSITION D'UN RÊVE, GULBEKIAN FONDATION, PARIS | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
Artist Alexandre Estrela will be taking part in L’Exposition d’un rêve: an exhibition that will happen at the Gulbenkian foundation in Paris from October 7 to December 17. An exhibition which consists in a musical interpretation of the dreams of different visual artists, writers and filmmakers.
TAGUCHI ART COLLECTION, TOKIO | JOSE DÁVILA
Artist Jose Dávila will take part in exhibition The Art Show, Art of The New Millenium at the Taguchi Art Collection starting 16th of September till 12th of November 2017.
PST: LA/LA, EEUU | JOSE DÁVILA
Scheduled to open in September 2017, an ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art called Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA will present 46 exhibitions and events from San Diego to Santa Barbara.
This event will include some of Jose Dávila’s sculptural installations, photographs, drawings, and models. Dávila’s intervention will reveal the artist’s interest in urbanism and social interaction.
GLOBAL NEW ART, JAPAN | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila will be part of the Global New Art Show in Japan. A contemporary exhibition with more tan 40 pieces from Hiroshi Taguchi personal collection. The Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Museum of Art will reproduce the collectors house as well as artists thoughts.
LAND: LOS ANGELES NOMADIC DIVITION, LOS ANGELES | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila has been awarded a grant for an exhibition at LAND as part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative in September, 2017 till 27 of May 2018.
LAND commissioned Guadalajara-based artist Jose Dávila to create Sense of Place, a multi-site, large-scale, public sculpture exhibition migrating through, and integrating into, the diverse urban landscape of Los Angeles to draw a portrait of the city’s many experiences, geographies and histories. Sense of Place was derived from Davila’s Joint Effort sculpture series which expands the concepts of balance and equilibrium using basic construction materials such as concrete blocks and stones.
The six ton concrete sculpture will be on view to the public in the park from sunrise to sunset through November 2017 when it will begin to disassemble into 40 individual sculpture pieces and then migrate throughout the city to be reinstalled in approximately 20 different public sites. Public programming will be announced throughout the exhibition to celebrate the sculpture’s migration.
INVERLEITH HOUSE, EDINBURG | CHARLIE BILLINHAM
The group show where Charlie Billingham takes part, in the Plant Scenery of the World, presented across Inverleith House and the Front Range glasshouse at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, tries to take the visitors to the theatrical, utopian and naturalistic display of plants under glass. With new context-specific commissions from artists Laura Aldridge, Charlie Billingham, Bobby Niven and Oliver Osborne, these dialogical displays of contemporary art and archival material from RBGE’s collection will examine historical narratives dominated by Western exploration – narratives that have shaped conceptions and preconceptions of “the exotic”, understandings and misunderstandings of other places and views on identity and otherness.
ZAPOPAN ART MUSEUM, MEXICO | JOSE DÁVILA
“The language of stones or how the licentiate looks like his statue!”
Talk between Eugenio Arriaga, Jose Dávila, Cynthia Gutiérrez y Juan Newton.
Reflexions about the city history, public sculpture, and the cult to the heroes as transforming elements of the city. A dialogue around the exhibition ” Anti-monuments monuments and new public sculptures”.
MOUSSE MAGAZINE, LISBON | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
Lua Cão exhibition at Zé dos Bois Gallery, where Alexandre Estrela, João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva takes part, featured at Mousse Magazine.
BALTIC ART CENTRE, UK | JOSE DÁVILA
Jose Dávila, Eric N. Mack, Toni Schmale and Shen Xin are the four recipients of the Baltic Artists’ Award. This major new international award is the first worldwide art award to be judged solely by artists. Four of the most celebrated international contemporary artists – Monica Bonvicini, Mike Nelson, Pedro Cabrita Reis, and Lorna Simpson – have each selected an emerging artist whose work they strongly believe in. The four winning artists work across a diverse range of media.
IN THE MORNING, IN THE EVENING, MADRID | MILENA MUZQUIZ
In the Morning, in the Evening is the name of Milena Muzquiz’s second individual exhibition at Travesía Cuatro Madrid. Going one step beyond, the artist show her first paintings creating a dialogue between the sculptures and the canvas, where dimensions play an important role.
SPRENGEL MUSEUM, HANNOVER, GERMANY | ELENA DEL RIVERO
Elena del Rivero participates in “Between the Lines.Art in Letters from Niki de Saint Phalle to Joseph Beuys” from 10 May to 27 August 2017, Sprengel Museum Hannover. The exhibition is dedicating itself to the nearly lost medium of letters and postcards. The show features renowned international artists from the latter half of the 20th century whose experimental concepts innovated and expanded the creative and communicative possibilities of the correspondence.
BREMEN, WESERBURG MUSEUM FÜR MODERNE KUNST, GERMANY | JOHN ISAACS
MARFA CONTEMPORARY, TEXAS, USA | GONZALO LEBRIJA
Jorge Méndez Blake’s individual exhibition A Message from the Emperor is on view in Marfa Contemporary, TX, US, until next September 15.
DOCUMENTA 14, ATENAS, GRECIA | ALEXANDRE ESTRELA
Inside documenta 14 Athens, curated by Ben Russel and ending July 16, Alexandre Estrela took part in Hallucinations, last Saturday, June 24 at 5pm. Hallucinations is a three-day festival of live cinema, AV projection, and expansive performance featuring hypnagogic works by over 15 artists, musicians, filmmakers and curators from around the globe.
“EVERY BLIND WONDERING ENDS IN A CIRCLE”, BLUE PROJECT FOUNDATION, BARCELONA | JOSE DÁVILA
“Every Blind Wondering Ends in a Circle” is the title of Jose Dávila´s first solo show at Blue Project Foundation Barcelona.
Since June 20 until October 29, 2017 the show takes place at Il Saloto. Four sculptures from Joint Effort serial, which are a reflexion about attraction and tension between materials, understanding a moment of suspension and quiteness, highlighting the relation between their transparency and opacity. Fragility and resistance, calm and tension, geometry and chance coexist, creating this unstable stillness.