Vista de "Werken", de Bernardo Oyarzún, obra que representó a Chile en la Bienal de Venecia de 2017, bajo la curaduría de Ticio Escobar. Parque Cultural de Valparaíso, Chile, 2018. Foto cortesía del CNCA

Open Call:chile Looks For a Curator For Its National Pavilion – Venice Biennial 2019

Chile’s Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes (National Council for Culture and the Arts – CNCA) launched an open call for a Chilean or foreign curator -with or without residence in Chile- to be responsible for the preparation of the curatorial project to be exhibited at the Chilean Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale 2019, which will be on view between May and November 2019.

Vista del taller de David Batchelor. Foto: Alejandra Rojas Contreras

David Batchelor.colour, City And Culture

David Batchelor (1955) is a Scottish artist based in London who has been working on colour for 25 years. Last December, I had the chance to go back to London and, because of my interest in the colour field, I asked him for a meeting in order to have a talk. Kindly, he accepted it and invited me to his studio, located in east London, which is an industrial area also characterized by the presence of many artists’ studios. His amazing neat 150 m2 studio space is divided in three sections: one for office job, another one for creative purposes and the display of his artwork, and the third one for cutting materials and using sprays.

United States of Latin America:a Conversation

The exhibition United States of Latin America at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) brings together more than thirty emerging artists from Latin America, many of whom are exhibiting in the United States for the…