Iván Navarro : BIFOCAL
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires presents BIFOCAL, a solo exhibition of the internationally recognized Chilean artist Iván Navarro. In collaboration with Revolver Galería (Buenos Aires and Lima), Templon Galerie (París), Galería Isabel Aninat (Santiago de Chile) and Luciana Brito Galeria (SãIno Paulo), the show will feature a selection of more than fifteen artworks, including neon sculptures and audio-visual installations. Navarro's work seeks to explore the aesthetic and political dimensions of electricity through perceptual alterations stimulating the spectator in a sensorial and psychological way. Thereby, the artist achieves to reinvent everyday objects to criticize power institutions and ponder about Chilean history.
MUSEO DE ARTE CONTEMPORANEO DE BUENOS AIRES, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
November 15, 2019 - March 1, 2020
Bienalsur, Home sweet home - Group show
How much do the spaces we inhabit say about us? What forms do such spaces take? In what way do they reflect our lifestyle? If the home is the border limit between outside and inside, public and private, safety and uncertainty, “home” is also the projection of our own body (and in particular our mind) as a kind of microcosm which with to dispute the immensity of the universe. In the context of this exhibition, we conceive of home as a space-time where we unfurl the experience of inhabitation, anchoring men and women’s primary desire to occupy a place in the world, which is also the springboard for imagination to take flight.
AMBASSADE DU BRESIL-PALAIS PEREDA, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
From 26/06/2019 to 30/10/2019
Art and Space – group show
The point of departure of Art and Space is the collaboration between Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida and German philosopher Martin Heidegger in 1969, which resulted in the publication of an artist book whose title inspired that of this exhibition. By updating and fleshing out concepts and questions embedded in that extraordinary dialogue, this show presents more than 100 works by international artists and offers itself as a reinterpretation of the history of abstraction in the past six decades.
GUGGENHEIM BILBAO, BILBAO, SPAIN
From 5/12/2017 to 15/04/2018