Submissions of works to participate in the 21st Contemporary Art Biennial Sesc_Videobrasil in 2019. Deadline: 10 August 2018.
16 Aug. - 16 Sept. 2018, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama. General curator: Gerardo Mosquera. Curators: Maya Juracán, Esperanza De León, Laura Wellen.
29 April - 9 September 2018. Opening exhibition of the new SESC Avenida Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil. Curators: Kira Perov, Juliana Braga de Mattos & Sandra Leibovici
29 July - 17 Sept. 2018, Japan. General Director: Fram Kitagawa. About 360 works by artists, architects, performers from 44 countries.
6 Sept. - 18 Nov. 2018, Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA). Directorial Collective: Nam Soo Kim, Jang Un Kim, Kyung Yong Lim, Gibin Hong. 70 artists, groups and experts.
17 November 2018 - 10 March 2019, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan. Curators: Mali Wu and Francesco Manacorda
23 November 2018 - 3 February 2019, Cuenca, Ecuador. Living Structures: Art as a plural experience. General Curator: Jesús Fuenmayor. Pedagogical Curator: Félix Suazo
An orientation guide and tours to discover sites, venues and events of contemporary art, historical attractions and cultural heritage in the capital of Jordan.
March - Aug. 2018, Sesc 24 de Maio, São Paulo. Jamaica’s music & culture; reggae in Brazil. Curator: S. Carayol & team.
The artist about her heliographic installation "Shadows of the South and the North" at the 7th Havana Biennial in 2000.
The Pavilion of Turkey at the 58th Venice Biennale 2019 will present a new installation by İnci Eviner, curated by Zeynep Öz.
Video installation and documents by Ursula Biemann & Paulo Tavares, reflecting on the cosmopolitics of Amazonia, considering nature as a rights-bearing subject.
Combinig arachnology, astrophysics, and sound, the artist presents two installations, where over six months 7,000 spiders have built the largest web ever exhibited.
The artist talks with Gerhard Haupt and Pat Binder about his site-specific installation at Sharjah Biennial 13, which he sees as a fundamental work in his career.
Known for her critical practice and projects relating ecology and histories of erasure, Alves talks to Haupt & Binder about her current work in Sharjah, as well as her long-term research Seeds of Change.
Refugees and immigrants with Syrian or Iraqi backgrounds as museum mediators present their favorite objects, and what these mean for them and for the groups they guide.
Interview about his work at the Yokohama Triennale 2017, the development of his creative process, and his sources of inspiration.
By Pat Binder & Gerhard Haupt
25 years after the documenta IX, the Argentine artist recounts how he was invited to Kassel and what this meant for his career. Interview by Haupt & Binder
Brazilian history through the work of the self-taught artist Hélio Melo, a rubber tapper from the Amazonas. Essay by José Roca; with images.
Guided tours by young women, showing works by Fernando Botero at the Museo de Antioquia, talking about their own traumatized experiences.