Championing Women Artists
from Latin America, Spain & Portugal
Online group show
13 August- 30 September
AMALGAMA ART presents Traverse, showcasing 13 women artists from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Curated by Daniela Galan, this exhibition explores how the digital sphere has changed how we see our bodies, nature and culture. These artists responded to an open call in 2020 and were selected by a committee of curators and artists: Phillipa Adams, Oliver Basciano, Sandra Higgins, Kiki Mazzucchelli Susan McDonald and Jane Soliman.
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MEET THE ARTISTS
TRAVERSE GROUP EXHIBITION
Marina Lattuca | Elizabeth Casqueiro | Renata Cruz & Laura Gorsky | Sofia Clausse | Francisca Sosa Lopez | Camila Quintero | Ana Patricia Palacios | Constanza Camilla Krammer | Gabriela Sanchez | Genevieve Maquinay | Cristina Camacho
NEW OPEN CALL
Deadline 31 August
AMALGAMA & BARCÚ Art Fair invite all those who identify as women artists from Latin America, Spain and Portugal to submit works in any medium, engaging with the notion of fiction as both fact and/or fabrication.
We encourage artists to explore the two opposing roles of this concept in our current society and how this dichotomy has transformed our idea of reality in an age of factual uncertainty.
Amalgama with the Instituto Cervantes in the UK invites you to participate in a series of online conversations, studio tours and seminars exploring the dialogue between art and literature in Latin America.
Art & Text as a Political Device: the work of
Watch the conversation between artist Cecilia Vicuña and Camila Marambio, curator and Director of the nomadic research programme Ensayos, as they explore the temporality and fragility in collective actions. Exploring art & text as a political device - the book as an intimate conversation.
Discover the work of outstanding women artists from Latin America, Spain & Portugal
- Tue, Aug 10Curso en Línea