Curadora: Victoria Giraudo
Sala 5. Nivel 2
Inauguración: jueves 24 de noviembre, 19:00
Se presenta una selección de alrededor de 130 obras del siglo XX, representativas de los diferentes movimientos modernos ligados a la construcción cultural de Brasil.
Opening: Thursday, October 13, 7PM Curator: Agustín Pérez RubioGallery 1. Level -1
In his works, Carlos Motta (Bogotá, Colombia, 1978) interrogates political and social history and proposes counter-narratives that recognize the voices of social groups, identities, and communities that have been silenced by the dominant power.
Curator: Victoria Giraudo Gallery 3. Level 1 + Esplanade
This event is the first solo exhibition of artist Alicia Penalba (San Pedro, Buenos Aires, 1913–Landes, France, 1982) ever held in a museum in Argentina. It will include a selection of her abstract sculptures from different series (totemic, winged, monumental, and petits works).
Curators: Andrea Giunta and Agustín Pérez Rubio
In the framework of the celebration of the 15th anniversary of MALBA’s founding, the museum presents Verboamérica, a new exhibition of its permanent collection, curated by historian and researcher Andrea Giunta and by the museum’s artistic director, Agustín Pérez Rubio.
Curator: Agustín Pérez Rubio
Gallery 1. Level -1
The individuals portrayed in the project—a gallery of portraits—are victims of murders or of unsolved crimes; they are public figures who had held administrative posts in the public sector or in civic organizations in the region. The project makes use of the media of photography, paintings, sound, video, and installation.
Curators: Gunnar B. Kvaran and Agustín Pérez Rubio
The show includes over eighty works, among them objects, videos, films, installations, sound pieces, and recordings produced from the early sixties through the present.
Opening: April 14, 1PM Esplanade
“Ballerina” is a larger-than-life sculpture by celebrated American artist Jeff Koons. A fan of working with readymade objects, Koons reimagined the piece from a porcelain of a ballerina found in a Russian factory at the turn of the 20th century.
Curator: Agustín Pérez Rubio Gallery 5. Level 2 Opening: March 17th, 7PM
This is the first anthological exhibition of work by Jorge Macchi (Buenos Aires, 1963) ever held in Argentina will open at MALBA. The show, which encompasses twenty-five years of production (1990 to the present), includes nearly sixty works in an array of formats.
A group of over eighty black and white photographs by Brazilian artist Claudia Andujar (Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 1931) never before exhibited in Buenos Aires. From 1981 to 1984, Andujar spent long periods of time in the lands of the Yanomami Indians.
Opening: jueves 14 de abril, 19:00Curator: Lucrecia PalaciosGallery 1. Level -1
One and two exhibitions at the same time, Cameo is a project conceived specifically for MALBA in which Juan Tessi investigates the relationship between painting and biological processes on the basis of a system of metaphors that identify pictorial surface with epidermis and picture with body.
El programa contempla tres exposiciones de gran formato, siguiendo el plan de realizar siempre un proyecto de arte argentino, uno latinoamericano y uno internacional; además de una nueva puesta de la colección permanente en el año del 15° aniversario del museo.
Curator: Cuauhtémoc Medina
Opening: Thursday, November 5
The most recent exhibition of work by Francis Alÿs (Belgium, 1959), this show examines the parallelism between the artist’s work in painting and in performance, specifically in relation to his political-poetic interventions, and how that dialogue leads to his actions, documentations, and pictorial work.
Primera obra site-specific de Leandro Erlich (Buenos Aires, 1973) en nuestro país, que toma al Obelisco porteño –ícono de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires- como eje central de un proyecto de arte público monumental.
Curator: Chus Martínez
The exhibition revolves around ideas as delirious as linking Nosotros afuera [We, The Outsiders], a work by Federico Manuel Peralta Ramos, and research by Douglas Engelbart, the father of the hyperlink.
MALBA Fundación Costantini, in its dedication to 20th century Latin American art, owns a unique collection that includes the principal tendencies and movements that characterize the region’s art in all its mediums.
El programa marca el inicio de la nueva gestión de Agustín Pérez Rubio como Director Artístico de MALBA y contempla tres exposiciones de gran formato, siguiendo el plan de realizar siempre un proyecto de arte argentino, otro latinoamericano y uno internacional.