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.
12.05.2018 NEXT OPENING >>>> JOAQUÍN BOZ > MAY 12th >>>>> 17 PM
04.05.2018 Pardés is the site-specific installation of Nicola Costantino, created especially for the Sala Laberinto. It means "orchard" in Hebrew and refers also to the idea of Eden, that place that is reached to delight with all the fruits offered. Usina del arte, Buenos Aires.
11.04.2018 São Paulo, Brazil. Matías Duville participates in the Solo Setor, dedicated to projects of a single artist and curated by Luiza Teixeira de Freitas.
28.03.2018 [...] The construction of Gothic environments can be envisioned as an obsessive insistence that has gradually perfected Nicanor Aráoz’s art. That energy is a form of imagination that operates by exacerbating the tensions that organize the real: its expressive language is the symptomatic torment produced by the historical and hysterical antagonisms between good and evil, the healthy and the sick, the sanctioned and the perverse, crime and law, the repressive control of forms and the monstrous abundance of the deformed.
22.03.2018 ‘Privilege’ Amalia Ulman’s first solo show in KWM Art Center, The aim of the exhibition is to introduce Ulman’s practice to a new audience exposing the contradictory roles of contemporary professional and private life as they play out amongst a monopoly of contemporary stereotypes.
08.03.2018 New York, USA. For the first time, BARRO is present at The Armory Show. In this edition, Nicanor Aráoz and Amalia Ulman participate with installation, video, drawings, sculpture, and objects. Pier 92, Booth F9.
06.03.2018 Curated by Chus Martínez for Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Italy, the exhibition Metamorphoses – Let Everything Happen to You explores the concept of transformation and flourishing through the works of emerging international artists. It includes works of Nicanor Aráoz among other artists. Until June 26th, 2018
21.02.2018 Madrid, Spain. Matias Duville and Joaquín Boz (photo) participate in this edition. Booth 7 C02.
16.02.2018 Paris, France. Nicola Costantino, Martín Legón (photo), Amalia Ulman and Agustina Woodgate participate in the show Video Sur. Le Tarmac, Palais de Tokyio. (Ph: Agustina Woodgate, Cracked, 2015. Video 9:38')
14.02.2018 Book Launch: NICANOR ARÁOZ. ANTOLOGÍA GENÉTICA at La Internacional Argentina bookstore. Antología genética is published by Mansalva Ediciones and Torcuato Di Tella University, based on a curatorial project by Lucrecia Palacios, Alejo Ponce de León and Inés Katzenstein.