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PROGRESSIVE TRANSITION Latin American Art Triennial

19/SEP/2019 – 05/NOV/2019 Director: LUIS STEPHENBERG / Chief Curator: ALEXIS MENDOZA Francheska Alcántara, Blanka Amezkua, Diego Anaya, Diógenes Ballester, Marcos Dimas, Humberto Figueroa, Juan Manuel Espinoza Ysla, Gustavo Alfredo Larsen, René Maynez, Franck de las Mercedes, Naivy Pérez and Rafael Rodríguez Progressive Transition is organized by Alexis Mendoza, New York Latin American Art Triennial Chief Curator and Luis Stephenberg, New York Latin American Art Triennial Director. The Queens College Art Center, Rosenthal Library

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15/ABR/19 – 03/MAY/19 Curator: RICHARD PEÑA Ángel Delgado / Armando Guiller / Frank Guiller / Paola Martínez / Alexis Mendoza / Naivy Pérez / Elio Rodríguez Historically, art has always been influenced by some combination of intrinsic and extrinsic motivations. At one extreme, a creative being’s reward for making work is the satisfaction of the creative act itself. And at the other, art is produced purely for personal joy. The

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15/ABR/19 – 27/ABR/19 Curator: LESLY FONSECA TUNDIDOR Vuk Cosic (Slovenia) / Yucef Merhi (Venezuela) / Christian Oyarzún Roa (Chile) Nina Coulson (UK) / Hamilton Mestizo (Colombia) / Filio Gálvez (Cuba) El Diletante Digital (Cuba) / Rewell Altunaga (Cuba) / Naivy Pérez (Cuba) Serones (Cuba) / Rodolfo Peraza (Cuba) A new governability crisis has emerged, a side effect of what is now accepted as “social media warfare”. The thread titled “Are

PAPER TRAIL

13/ABR/19 – 25/MAY/19 Curator: LUIS STEPHENBERG The exhibition Paper Trail focuses on works on paper, including painting, and selected drawings, that explore and manipulate the materiality of paper itself. The featured artists emerged during the 1990s, when an interest in everyday materials and nontraditional processes fueled a desire to reinvestigate and redeploy some of the most familiar or humble mediums, including paper. The project presents work on paper produced by

PROMISED LAND

08/MAR/19 – 22/MAR/19 Curator: ALEXIS MENDOZA For the last 15 years Naivy Pérez based her work on the concept that art may exist solely as an idea and not in the physical realm, -the message is what’s important, the idea is everything-. While studying at the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA, The University of the Arts) In Havana, Cuba, Naivy saw her work as a reaction against formalism and commodification

LA TIERRA DADA

16/OCT/18 – 16/NOV/18 Curadores: EVEYNN ALVAREZ / LIESTHER AMADOR / ESTELA FERRER (…) el concepto de territorio presupone ciertamente el de espacio, pero no consiste, absolutamente, en la delimitación objetiva de un lugar geográ?co preciso. En efecto, Deleuze y Guattari nos han mostrado que el territorio no es anterior a la marca cualitativa; al contrario, es la marca lo que produce un territorio. Tampoco las funciones en un territorio son

INTERCAMBIO: CUBA AUSTRALIA VIDEO EXCHANGE.

18/ABR/18 – 05/MAY/18 Intercambio. Catalogo

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05/ABR/18 – 20/ABR/18

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22/NOV/14 – 25/DIC/14 Naivy Pérez & Rewell Altunaga December 22 @boffo_ny Social media technologies bear diverse possibilities for human connection on immense and unprecedented scales. Analogizing these potentials, Naivy Pérez and Rewell Altunaga present “From East to West,” a participatory project that aspires to collect and circulate images of the sunset from around the world on the Winter Solstice. Presenting the images on Instagram—a platform that is constantly updating and

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23/MAY/2014 – 20/JUN/2014