Cuando Cambia el Mundo (When the World Changes) invites audiences to deconstruct their own biases.
Juan Carlos Lynch, who had just been nominated as president of arteBA in Argentina, posted numerous sexist, racist jokes on his Instagram.
Curator Gabriela Rangel, now leading the Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art, sees an opportunity to bring submerged connections between Latin American nations to light.
The Argentine conceptual artist reminds us that imagination can transform reality into art.
On International Women’s Day, the collective Nosotras Proponemos joined women’s groups in their fight for equality, right to abortion, and end to femicides.
The Argentine theater director and filmmaker Lola Arias reflects on her practice of creating work that provides the space to reflect on social or philosophical problems.
Andrea Giunta, one of the curators of the acclaimed Radical Women exhibition, talks about her future plans for Brazil’s Mercosur Biennial and the responsibilities she carries.
Nosotras Proponemos (nP), Argentina’s first organized activist group dedicated to fighting sexism in the art industry, has made waves, but much work remains to be done.
The Goethe Institut has invited artists to reflect upon memory and its loss, generating a variety of projects in seven cities across the continent.
Women in the arts across Argentina are protesting as an organized entity, through the group Nosotras Proponemos, demanding gender parity in the art world.