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Agustina Woodgate


Agustina Woodgate (Buenos Aires, 1981) explores temporality, spatial politics, and the radical imagination. She creates sculptural works, public interventions and social interactions that generate and propose new landscapes. She focuses on the ever changing ecology and cartography an encourages a new assessment of natural resource use. Her works convert surplus material into new possibilities of perception and action. Her projects have been been commissioned by the Bienal de las Américas, Denver; ArtPort, Tel Aviv; PlayPublik, Poland; DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC; The Bass Museum of Art, Miami; Kulturpark, Berlin; Locust Projects, Miami y MassMOCA, Massachusetts; Storefront for Art and Architecture, St.Paul MN; CIFO Foundation, Miami; Love the Everglades Movement; Florida International University. She has had several solo exhibitions in centres such as the Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires (2014); Art and Culture Center of Hollywood (2014) and KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2012). She has been included in group exhibitions at the Orlando Art Museum (2014); Denver Art Museum (2013); White Box, NY (2012); Gallery Nosco, London (2011); Good Children Gallery, New Orleans (2011); Naples Museum of Art, FL (2011); North Carolina Museum (2011); Montreal Biennale, Canada (2009); and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami (2007/2015). In 2011 she founded Radio Espacio Estación, a nomadic, bilingual online radio station. 

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Común y corriente
19.03.2016

Obsessed with infrastructure, Agustina Woodgate analyzes the space we inhabit as a field full of tensions where Man is the common denominator that alters all the cells in the world.




Exhibitions

Zonas Reflejas

24.10.2018 For the work of art to be a transforming agent, the ability of analysis and interpretation has to exist. In this exhibition, Mónica Giron formalizes the different methodologies she applies to refine perception and acquire knowledge both in her life and in her work production as well as in her practice in the artist formation area. Until December 15th

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Feng Shui by Monica Girón

24.10.2018 Introduction to Feng Shui and the concept of Reflex Zones, from the practice of Contemporary Art.

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Faivovich & Goldberg at Arizona

20.10.2018 Decomiso is an installation-based exhibition by the Argentinian contemporary artist duo Guillermo Faivovich & Nicolas Goldberg.

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Amalia Ulman at Croatia

12.09.2018 PRIVILEGE is present at ORGAN VIDA. International Photograpy Festival. Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia.

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Mirá el reloj, se derritió. Cuando las obras preguntan qué hora es

25.08.2018 ARTISTS: Mónica Giron / Nicolás Gullotta / Irene Kopelman / Alfredo Londaibere / Marcelo Pombo / Alejandra Sebeer / Amalia Ulman / Agustina Woodgate. CURATOR: Sonia Becce

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Matías Duville / Residency

01.08.2018 The international program of artist residencies of Inclusartiz Institute aims to invite artists, writers, intellectuals and/or trustees international, to spend a season in Rio de Janeiro doing research and making new work.

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Chaile at MARCO

14.07.2018 Gabriel Chaile, 70 veces 7, 2018. Instalation Site Specific. Irons and bricks, 300 x 330 x 300 cm. Colección Fundación Tres Pinos. MARCO–Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de La Boca

Exhibitions

Los días

12.06.2018 [...] There is a phenomenon that science still has not been able to explain called crown shyness. Certain species of trees’ branches grow close but never graze each other. As if they could communicate, each tree establishes the margins of its own space, its own territory. Verónica Flom for Los días.

Fairs

ArteBA 2018

25.05.2018 Buenos Aires, Argentina. The gallery includes works by Nicanor Aráoz, Joaquín Boz, Nicola Costantino, Matías Duville, Mondongo, Alejandra Seeber, Amalia Ulman and Agustina Woodgate in the main section of the fair. And is involved with CABINET by Marcelo Pombo.

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Matías Duville in MOLAA Collection

24.05.2018 Red Sunset, 2018. Sanguine on paper, 100 x 70 cm. Matias Duville is part of the collection of the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Long Beach, USA.




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