Past

2016

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GONZALO GARCÍA EXPOSICIÓN COLECTIVA EN NEST

Deep Surface NEST. Bogotá, Colombia. Until August 24

  Gonzalo García shows his piece “Ontologic Device” at the collective exhibition entitled “Deep Surface” curated by Franklin Aguirre. The display can be visited at Nest, an independent gallery located in the Carrera 17 # 30-54. The exhibition will be opened until August 24th.








EDWIN MONSALVE GANADOR DEL 4 PREMIO BIENAL DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS Y VISUALES

4th Award Plastic and Visual Arts Biennial Fundación Gilberto Alzate Avendaño. Bogotá, Colombia. 4th August- 31st August


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Edwin Monsalve won the 4th Award of the Plastic and Visual Arts Biennial at the FUGA. He participated with his work “Narcissus” along with the artists Carlos Arturo Tejada, Lina González Vergara, Diego Mendoza Imbach{i, Adrian Gaitán and Gabriel Zea. His work can be visited until August 31st.




EDWIN MONSALVE (Medellín, Colombia 1984)

The imposibility of landscape La Casita. Calle 86 No. 27-85. Bogotá, Colombia Until August 23


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SEPTIEMBRE

EDWIN MONSALVE (Medellín, Colombia 1984)

Group exhibition: “Gray Zones: Nuances of the City in the Global Era” Centro León. República Dominicana July 22nd – September 30th


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The artists Edwin Monsalve participates with his work Expedition Extinction, in the collective exhibition: “Grey Zones: Nuances of the city in the Global Era.; a contemporary colombian art show that promotes a dialogue with other dominican artists’ works. The exhibition is produced by both the Museo Antioquia and the Centro León in the Dominican Republic.




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Group Exhibition: “The End of the Human Exception” Fundación Gilberto Alzáte Avendaño. Bogotá, Colombia September 8th – September 30th




Edwin Monsalve participates with his works Prototypes for a New Rehabilitated Nature and his video Extinction in the exhibition: “The End of the Human Exception”, curated by Ana María Lozano at the Fundación Gilberto Alzáte Avendaño.






From Objects to Objecthood LOKKUS Arte Contemporáneo. Medellín, Colombia September 8th – October 8th


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Edwin Monsalve presents two works from his series Nature and Artifice along with other four artists in the exhibition entitled: “From Objects to Objecthood” at Lokkus Contemporary Art. The exhibition shows works that transform objects into works of art.




RODRIGO ECHEVERRI (Bogotá, 1975)

Inaccurate Areas: Processes, Overflows and Situations Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá. Bogotá, Colombia September 1st – October 9th


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Rodrigo Echeverri takes part in this show, curated by Jaime Cerón that conforms one of the conmemorative events of the 130 years of the Plastic Art’s School at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Echeverri presents his work, along with other 56 artists who culminated their Art studies at this University.



MARIANA MONTEAGUDO (Caracas, Venezuela 1977)

Group exhibition RE:Produce September 1st – September 29th


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RE: Produce is a colorful exhibition, curated by Lisa Rockford, that features 43 international artists, that use found objects and materials in unexpected ways. Mariana Monteagudo takes part in the exhibition.

OCTOBER

CIRCUITO NORTE CON ARTERIA

Guided tour of the exhibitions along with the Art Foundation Arteria Galería El Museo. Bogotá, Colombia. October 15th, 11:00-16:00


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Saturday the 15th October the Art Foundation Arteria will be having its Art Circuit of Bogotá’s North Zone. This is the third version of the circuit, in which the four present exhibitions of the Gallery, along with other art shows in Bogotá, can be visited.




DÉBORA ARANGO

Exhibitions “Reconstructing vison” and “Between Drawing Machines”.. Pereira, Colombia September 16th – November 14th


Some of the most representative works of Débora Arango, belonging to the collection of the Museum of Modern Art of Medellín, such as Montañas (1940) and El tren de la muerte (1948) can be seen at the 44th Salón Nacional de Artistas, in Pereira.




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CARLOS ROJAS Y MANUEL CALDERÓN

Exhibitions “Reconstructing vison” and “Between Drawing Machines”. Galería Fernando Pradilla. Madrid, España September 15th – December 07th


Fernando Pradilla’s Space Projects presents two exhibitions of Carlos Rojas (Facatativá, 1923-Bogotá, 1997) and Manuel Calderón (Bogotá, 1985). Both colombian artists with conceptual concerns regarding geometry and space, but very distant generationally, exhibit for the first time simultaneous and independent projects.








ARTBO 2016

nternational Art Fair of Bogotá. Corferias. Bogotá, Colombia. October 27th – October 30th


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  Galería El Museo will be present at the International Art Fair of Bogotá. The Gallery will participate at the Galleries Section with some of its represented artists such as Álvaro Barrios, Vicky Newmann, Nadín Ospina, Fernando García Vásquez, Edwin Monsalve, among others. In the Referents Section, the gallery will show a selection of artworks by Carlos Rojas. Additionally, at the Projects Section, entitled, Figurativismo, curated by Jens Hoffmann, the gallery will exhibit a Débora Arango’s project.




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BETH MOYSES Y MARTA MARÍA PÉREZ BRAVO

Exhibition: “Re-Action. Genealogy and Against-Canon” Casal Solleric. Palma de Mallorca, España. September 13th – October 30th


Beth Moysés (Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1960) and Marta María Pérez Bravo (La Havana, Cuba, 1959), participate in a collective exhibition that acst as a relentless dominoes game that is played in eight simultaneous drifts or tracks. Each of the track unfolds a series of re-ac(tua)tions; an artistic genealogy that invites us to contemplate the culture as a permanent exercise of dialogue, communication, self-awareness and freedom.






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MAURO PIVA

Collective Exhibition: “The World’s Machine” Z42 Arte. Río de Janeiro, Brasil September 24th – December 18th


Mauro Piva (Río de Janeiro, Brazil, 1977) participates in the Collective Exhibition “The World’s Machine”, curated by Sergio Mauricio Manon and Clara Reis. Inspired by the poem written by Carlos Drummond de Andrade y Camoes, they introduce the figures of these two great portuguese-language poets as imaginary curators.