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Selection of past institutional solo and group exhibitions

'CUBA TALKS'

22/01/2020

'CUBA TALKS'

Book Presentation 

Palazzo delle Esposizioni 

Roma, Italy 

Wednesday 22 January 2020 | 6:30pm-8pm 

with:

Laura Salas Redondo and Jérôme Sans (authors),

Lorenzo Fiaschi (Galleria Continua)

and José Yaque (artist)

The book focuses on the power of the Cuban art experience developed throughout the years that is presented through contributions and interviews of 28 curator-selected artists.

CARSTEN HÖLLER ‘Fara Fara’

CARSTEN HÖLLER ‘Fara Fara' 2014. Video still

30/12/2019

CARSTEN HÖLLER ‘Fara Fara’

Film screening 

Kinshasa

Democratic Republic of Congo 

A special screening on the day before New Year's Eve marks the first time that the film will be shown in Africa. Returning to the historical Place de la Victoire, where part of the film was shot, the screening is an homage to the film’s stars and a tribute to the late Papa Wemba. Included by the late curator Okwui Enwezor in the 2015 Venice Biennale, Fara Fara, 2014, meaning face to face in Lingala, is an ode to Congo’s rich musical culture and the legendary ‘father of Congolese rumba,’ Papa Wemba. The film follows the performative duel, 'fara fara', between two of the DRC’s biggest stars, Koffi Olomide and Werrason.

Cuba Talks publication launch

06/12/2019

Cuba Talks publication launch

El Espacio 23 

2270 NW 23 Street, Miami, USA

Friday, December 6, 2019 | 11 am

To celebrate the publication of Cuba Talks, a conversation with the authors, Laura Salas Redondo and Jérôme Sans, amongst artists Los Carpinteros, Elizabet Cerviño, Carlos Garaicoa, Flavio Garciandía, Leandro Feal, Diana Fonseca, Glenda León, Reynier Leyva Novo, Michel Pérez and José Yaque takes place during Art Basel Miami Beach. The book focuses on the power of the Cuban art experience developed throughout the years that is presented through contributions and interviews of 28 curator-selected artists.

‘Time for Change: Art and Social Unrest in the Jorge M. Pérez Collection’

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘La Habitación de mi Negatividad (I), 2003 / The Room of My Negativity (I), 2003

02/12/2019

‘Time for Change: Art and Social Unrest in the Jorge M. Pérez Collection’

AI WEIWEI, JONATHAS DE ANDRADE, CARLOS GARAICOA, MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO 

group exhibition 

El Espacio 23  

2270 NW 23 Street, Miami, USA 

El Espacio 23 is located in a former 28,000 square foot warehouse in the Allapattah neighborhood. Opened by Jorge M. Perez, it will not only provide space for contemporary artists to exhibit but also for the development of current working artists with three apartments designed as residencies for artists and curators. The inaugural exhibition, ‘Time for Change: Art and Social Unrest in the Jorge M. Pérez Collection’, focuses on the notion of art and the artist as an agent for social change that can explore the conflicts and contradictions of contemporary society. An interest in the marginalized aspects of society and history ties together the nearly 100 works by over 80 artists including Michelangelo Pistoletto, Jonathas De Andrade, Carlos Garaicoa and Ai Weiwei.

02/12/2019 - 08/12/2019

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘Order of Importance’

Rendering of ‘Order of Importance’ 2019. Courtesy Leandro Erlich Studio.

01/12/2019

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘Order of Importance’

site-specific installation 

Ocean front at Lincoln Road 

Miami Beach, USA 

www.miamibeachfl.gov 

During Miami Art Week 2019, Order of Importance comes to South Beach; a monumental site-specific installation that consists of 66 life-size replicas of cars and trucks that will be left to slowly degrade for the duration of the 15-day exhibition. The sand manifestations of vehicles are frozen in time and represent an immoveable modernity that makes a stark contrast with the natural, changeable and ultimately temporary material with which they are made. 

01/12/2019 - 15/12/2019

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘The Heart of Water’

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘The Room (Surveillance II)’ 2006-2018

21/11/2019

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘The Heart of Water’

Qattara Oasis 

Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE 

www.abudhabiart.ae

Abu Dhabi Art invites three established and well-known artists to create site-specific works in historic sites in Al Ain, one of them being Leandro Erlich who brings his work Nest, a cylindrical structure made with local stone that contains the glass sculpture of a cloud, to Abu Dhabi. This time taking inspiration from the Beehive Tombs of Jebel Hafeet while maintaining the ethereal, ineffable and immaterial sensation of a cloud, the work is a reminder of the sacred beyond the particularities of faith and time.