Mujeres Muralistas can be considered both a movement and an archive. Founded by Scarlett Baily, a muralist based in Mexico City, this project aims to increase the visibility of work by women muralists by creating awareness in curators of exhibitions, organizers of art festivals, and the general public of the importance […]Read More
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Representation, resistance, and the interaction between man and his environment are recurring themes in contemporary Colombian art. Here is a selection of 10 Colombian artist born after 1975, by curator Luisa Fernanda Lindo. 1. ADRIANA SALAZAR (1980) The relationship between subject and object, nature and artifice, as well as the […]Read More
Archeological expeditions of the past to question the present and reinvent the future, Peruvian contemporary art goes beyond superficial layers. Selection and text by Peruvian art curator Luisa Fernanda Lindo. 1.CLAUDIA MARTINEZ-GARAY (1983) Martinez-Garay‘s work takes existing images to review and question the past. Her work reads the remains that […]Read More
As traveling restrictions, safety measures, and other COVID-19 related concerns take precedence in today’s reality, alternate ways to enjoy art and culture have emerged. The Google Arts and Cultures project, created almost ten years ago, is a resource to view the work of many museums virtually. The following list contains […]Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has paralyzed the normal life of our city and the world. Music, arts, performance events are cancelled for the foreseeable future. Our artists and entrepreneurs are struggling. The Latinx and other vulnerable communities are wrestling in numerous ways. But it will end. Y resistiremos. Stay at home. Be […]Read More
Take a look into the diversity of new Argentinean artists born after 1975. Here is a selection by Peruvian curator and artist Luisa Fernanda Lindo 1. AMALIA PICA (1978) Pica raises the possibility of art as a means of communication, so she proposes the creation of a language that transcends […]Read More