Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich (b. 1977, Buenos Aires) and Nicolás Goldberg (b. 1978, Paris) have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project—A Guide to Campo del Cielo—that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago. Faivovich & Goldberg combine the roles of scientist, historian, anthropologist, and even beaurocrat, to realize projects that offer new ways of seeing and experiencing the terrestrial results of a long ago cosmic event, as well as thinking about its historical and cultural significance. Over more than a decade, the duo have produced a diverse body of work, laboriously mining the particularities of a singular event, Faivovich & Goldberg illuminate broadly resonant themes—the dynamics between an object and its documentation, the inherent complexities of institutional histories, and the complicated personal, cultural, and national relationships that develop with artifacts.
Selected projects include In search of Mesón de Fierro (Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, 2018), Decomiso (ASU Art Museum, Arizona, 2018), Un meteorito para la Sociedad Científica del año 2105 (U-Turn, ArteBA, Buenos Aires, 2018), numero (11 Gwangju Biennal, Korea, 2016), The San Juan Mass of Campo del Cielo en la Colección Guerrico (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, 2014), the weight of uncertainty (documenta 13, Kassel, 2012), Los hoyos del Campo del Cielo y el meteorito (Fondazione Merz, Turin, 2011), Meteorit „El Taco” (Portikus, Frankfurt, 2010). They have also developed presentations for Universidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires (2018), Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna (2017), Museo Malba, Buenos Aires (2017), Dia Art Foundation, New York (2013), and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge (2011).
13.06.2019 Basel, Switzerland. Aguas Calientes by Gabriel Chaile. Statements presents exciting new solo projects by emerging artists, who are eligible to receive the prestigious Baloise Art Prize.
29.05.2019 Nicanor Aráoz in Una historia de la imaginación en la Argentina at the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires. Curator: Javier Villa. Until 27.10
29.05.2019 Amalia Ulman’s “Privilege” at 2019 Digital Art Curatorial Exhibition Program - Immortal on screen. Collective show at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. Curator: TSENG Yu-Chuan.
29.05.2019 Gabriel Chaile proposes a “Genealogy of the Shape” as a collective poem that is constantly under construction. An ensemble of sculptures is organized in the exhibiting space as a large organism that breathes through arteries of steel and copper.
15.05.2019 Agustina Woodgate, with the work “National Times”, selected by the Whitney Biennial being the first Argentinian woman artist to participate in one of the most import Art Biennials. Until Sep 22th
11.05.2019 Poetry, Songs and Performance at Marcelo Pombo's Show
11.04.2019 Buenos Aires, Argentina. The gallery includes works by Aráoz, Duville, Chaile, Goldberg & Faivovich, Legón, Mondongo, Seeber and Woodgate in the main section of the fair.
30.03.2019 [...] "Finding its way between agitating self-consciousness and sleepwalking automatism, Marcelo Pombo reads History and his story over and over again in an exhibition that unfolds as strangely as dreams: a series of successive stations holding particularly vivid, mystifying instants of contemplation, visionary images. The iconographies he has been treasuring throughout his extensive journey return once again but disruptively". Federico Baeza for Templos de barrio by Marcelo Pombo.
20.03.2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Nicanor Aráoz presents a Solo Show in the Residents section. Director: Madinat Jumeirah, Al Sufouh. Booth G7
14.03.2019 Forum Mesón de Fierro: Towards the XXII Century. Words by Ambassador of Argentina Rafael Mariano Grossi, by Director of the Office for Outer Space Affairs Simonetta Di Pippo, by Director of the Museum of Natural History of Vienna Christian Köberl. Curator Daniela Zyman. United Nations Office at Vienna