“We want to demonstrate that the quality and resources to make this happen are here,” the fair’s co-founder told Hyperallergic.
Many of the objects, which were slated for an exhibition at the Holocaust Museum of Buenos Aires, had multiple misspellings in German, misused or wrongly contextualized National Socialist symbols, and errors in the names of Nazi-era institutions.
Moved by his friend Benny Soto’s struggles with addiction and riled by government inaction, Haring mobilized his boldly-outlined shapes and energetic figures to send a cautionary message.
With subversive wit and trenchant humor, the artists in Quality Time expose the arbitrary nature of society’s benchmarks for meaning.
Young’s works tell the stories of individuals and communities, of dreams and disillusionment, and of the abysses between life, death, and eternity.
PÒTOPRENS is an exhibition about Haitian artists that rebels against stereotypes of Haitian art.
Tang Chang’s first solo US retrospective veers away from the criteria of progress and linearity according to which Western art is typically evaluated.
The works of Leandro Katz constitute an arduous investigation into the events surrounding Che Guevara’s capture and execution.
Alexander Apóstol’s current exhibition at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires doubles as a show of new work by a contemporary conceptual artist and a retrospective of the 1968 events.
The process of interpretation, and its underlying emotions, are at the core of Alejandro Cesarco’s exhibition.