What’s on in the Americas

The Menil Collection: “Photography and the Surreal Imagination”

This exhibition presents the wide reach of the surreal imagination in modern and contemporary photography. Anchored in historical Surrealism, it explores photography’s central tension between documentation and invention, a generative force for artists connected to...

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Fundación Jumex: Michael Lin “Mariposa B1-09”

A temporary commission for the Museo Jumex, Michael Lin’s Mariposa B1-09 is a hand-painted floor that extends in excess of 1,300 square meters across the museum’s plaza and through the building’s ground floor. The work is based on a traditional tablecloth design found...

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Fundación Jumex: Lina Bo Bardi “Habitat”

Lina Bo Bardi: Habitat addresses the life, work, and legacy of the Italo-Brazilian architect, designer, curator, museum director, writer, editor, and set designer. Bo Bardi is known internationally for the design of the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (1968) and SESC...

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CUE Art Foundation: Steve Parker “Futurist Listening”

CUE Art Foundation is pleased to present Futurist Listening, Steve Parker’s first solo exhibition in New York City, curated by Marcela Guerrero. This series of work takes the form of sonic headwear, acoustic sculptures built from brass instruments, and graphic scores,...

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Museo Tamayo: Michael Dean “Tu texto aquí (Your Text Here)”

Through sculptural installations, Michael Dean (United Kingdom, 1977) approaches issues related to the use of language, specifically that of writing. His artistic practice focuses on a visual analysis of the language that derives from the written word and, thus,...

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Fundación Malba: “Ernesto Neto Soplo”

This retrospective brings together 60 works by Ernesto Neto, one of the most prominent names in contemporary sculpture. Since the beginning of his career, in the 1980s, the artist has been producing a body of work that sets in motion a dialogue between the exhibition...

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Aperture Foundation: “Mark McKnight: 2019 Portfolio Prize Winner”

Mark McKnight is a modern-day modernist. His black-and-white photographs of skin and sand, brick and tar, with their rich tones and sparkling light, are redolent of twentieth-century masterworks, those pictures by men like Edward Weston who cast the world in...

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Fundación Jumex: James Turrell “Passages of Light”

Museo Jumex presents Passages of Light, a survey show of the internationally acclaimed artist James Turrell (USA, b. 1943). Known for his immersive installations that engage viewers with the limits of human perception, Turrell’s practice defies simple classification...

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The Goss-Michael Foundation: “Ryan Hewett”

In late fall, GMF will feature a collection of new paintings created by artist Ryan Hewett specifically for the GMF space. The work is a continuation of the artist’s increasing emphasis on form and order in his compositions, which starkly contrasts with the loose,...

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Fundación Proa: “Anish Kapoor”

Anish Kapoor, renowned british-indian artista, presents at Fundación Proa a selection of significant works ranging from 1992 to the present. Curated by Marcello Dantas, the selection covers different series and materials with which he has been recognized throughout...

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Thoma Foundation: Lynn Hershman Leeson “Lorna”

Slip into the world of Lorna, a fictional, middle-aged woman too obsessed with TV to leave her apartment. Sit in Lorna’s chair and use her remote control to choose her fate in an interactive video. Should Lorna shoot her TV, or move to Los Angeles to start a new life...

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Last written interview

Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation: an interview with Mr. Boustany

Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation: an interview with Mr. Boustany

FOUNDER-DIRECTOR OF THE FRANCIS BACON MB ART FOUNDATION The trigger that led to the creation of your Foundation seems remarkable to us; it was the encounter with a work by Bacon and the emotion that followed that put you on this long but passionate path of creating a...

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