Arquivo mensal: abril 2014

The look on the other


The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, in Buenos Aires, opened on March 25, “The look on the other” photographic exhibition organized by the MNBA and produced in Spain by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and other organs.

The exhibition is a show bringing together a synthesis of the history of Spanish photography of the last sixty years. The postwar period is also portrayed through society.

The change of the creations of these photographers, through the resulting transformations in Spanish society is translated by documentary photographs.

The works are presented as follows: children, nature, pictures, backs, bodies, religion, esoteric, natures, landscapes, hands and feet. Crowds. With that visitors will have the chance to see up close, great artists with work experience and international respect.

The exhibition has already visited other key cities in the international art scene, such as Madrid, Lisbon, m Tokyo, New York, Ljubljana, Washington, Miami and Mexico. Now is in Buenos Aires. Enjoy!

Alexander McQueen show is coming to London.


The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is organising a retrospective of the late British fashion designer Alexander McQueen for 2015, based on the blockbusting show in New York at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, organised by its Costume Institute three years ago.

The director of the V&A, Martin Roth, who has long wanted to bring a version of the sell-out show to London, said in a statement: “By staging the exhibition at the V&A, it feels like we are bringing his work home.”

“I always hoped that an exhibition would be shown in London, Alexander McQueen’s home city, and I made ‘Savage Beauty’ always with a plan that one day it would be shown there. I worked on the [Met] exhibition for a year and I realised that it was only one essay that could written about him; there are so many facets to his work,” he says.

Bolton says that, while he is not a great believer in returning to a subject, McQueen is an exception. “For example, you could look at his deep interest in art; he had a great collection of contemporary art and a deep love of art history,” he says.

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Ernesto Neto: El cuerpo que me lleva.


Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto, who describes himself as a sculptor-conceived his works so that they can be traversed, inhabited, felt and even smelled, allowing the viewer to experience their own body, your senses and your mind through the work art.

The visitor interacts with other members of the public and the environment, seeing himself immersed in a fusion of sculpture and architecture. Neto says: “What we have in common is more important than what makes us different.

I am interested in discussing the situation of humanity, the temperature of the things which we live. The transit of things. The language “. Therefore investigates the common aspects of human relationships through sculptures that appeal to sensuality, corporeality and reflection.

The exhibition is developed in close collaboration with the artist and is conceived as a journey of high density living allows the essence of his work; an experience of smell, color, emotion, language and sensory events.

Don´t miss the chance to escape the daily routine and experience new sensations through art. The exhibition “Ernesto Neto: El cuerpo que me lleva” happens in the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, until May 18.

Characters created by Stan Lee are theme of exhibition in France



Stan Lee, 91, has a dream. Creator of Spider-Man, X-Men, Avengers and many other co-stars of the Marvel Universe, Stan has seen his characters become animated versions, turning toys and games and dominate the main box office in the world with a seemingly endless series of adaptations to theaters.

Stan Lee’s dream now is to see his creations occupy a museum and it can be done if the author visit Paris until August 31, the closing date of the exhibition L’Art des Super-Héros Marvel (The Art of Marvel heroes), now showing at Art museum Ludique.

“I’ve seen statues of Apollo, Samson and Jupiter in museums, so I imagine that one day I can see of Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Human Torch, Hulk …” says the artist in the video exhibition opening.

Besides the testimony of Lee, the space is occupied by original art dated 1941, the year of creation of the character by Jack Kirby (1917-1994) and Joe Simon (1913-2011), latest edition enthralled by arts hero, storyboards and studies of scenes and objects for film productions.

The other spaces follow the same pattern, contrasting original illustrations in black and white comics from Marvel with large color prints of some classic films and other artifacts. The second room is divided between the Avengers and the Fantastic Four. Is the environment with increased emphasis on original art, with several pages of illustrated works by Kirby.

In another room, the X-Men share space with Iron Man. The pages have exposed the unfinished traces of other artists who helped to design some of the storylines brought to theaters.

The sixth room is reserved almost exclusively for Marvel Studios films. Besides playing the storyboard that gave rise to the scene of the attack at the mansion of Tony Stark in Iron Man 3, there is a tribute to the three main artists responsible for the studies leading to the look of the film versions of Marvel, Ryan Meinerding, Ady and Granov Charlie Wen.

Mass exposure: why museums are focusing on photography


With the facility  of sharing images on social media, there is a boom of photographic exhibitions in museums around the world.

Last week, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art announced that it will launch the largest space for photography of any museum in the country in 2016 as part of a major expansion.

This year’s blockbuster exhibition (until 9 June), featuring more than 500 images, drawings and films by the pioneering French photographer, reflects the growing popularity of photography shows.

With the popularity of digital media and the facilities of sharing like Instagram, for example, increases the popularity of the photo. Nowadays, anyone with your smartphone can take a photo and spread an image showing that photography is perhaps the art form closer to people these days.

However some experts in photographs still have doubts about if the museums are prepared for these changes that the internet has brought and if them, in fact, will update to follow the global trend.

Activities of the Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Franklin Rawson, San Juan, Argentina.


The Ministry of Tourism and Culture, through the Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Franklin Rawson, opens the 2014 season with the presentation of three major exhibitions. The inauguration was held on February 4 at 20:30 pm with free admission. These samples must be visited until Sunday, June 1.

“Carlos Alonso and Dantesque circles”. Drawings, paints, collage and sculpture for the first time in the province, and after several years without showing, presents the work of renowned painter, cartoonist and illustrator.

Over 130 works of Alon Foundation New World Foundation, Ro Gallery and Private Collection of the artist in the exhibition including new works (recently produced) belonging to the artist is displayed.

The exhibition consists of 21 sets, never before presented in the works of Dante Alighieri, where Alonso incorporates other materials such as wood, cartapesta and collage. The artist continues his reflection on the Divine Comedy and brings 20 new works in this series showing Dante in hell, Jerusalem and the Garden of Delights done in mixed media on paper.

Tadeo Muleiro “Tincunacu” fabric sculptures, drawings, videos and performances. Tincunacu means “reunion” in Quechua. Tadeo puts into play the beings who created the universe and that the world turned parts draw a fictional narrative where the sacred images of native cultures of America, popular mythological creatures and figures that resemble intersect with characters from comic books.

Adela CORTINEZ important reference of printmaking techniques in the region. The show is titled “Passions look” and is comprised of more than 30 works that span several printmaking techniques as woodcuts, perforated metal, monoprints, assemblies, and others, representing a constant work over 50 years.

Poland will inaugurate the Pope John Paul II museum.



A few weeks before the canonization of Pope John Paul II, the town of Wadowice in Poland, birthplace of the late pope, will inaugurate a multimedia museum that recounts the life of the pontiff.

Builtn the same house where Karol Wojtyla grew, the museum, estimated at 6.2 million euros, was inaugurated on Wednesday (09).

Will expose parts and documents dating back to the religious path, his birth on May 18, 1920, his childhood as the son of an officer in the Polish army, the entry into religious life, the years as a priest, the rise of the papacy and his 26 year pontificate, 1979-2005.

Audios and videos of his speeches and sermons are also part of the exhibition, and are affixed to attract the new generation of believers, according to the museum’s director, Monsignor Darius Ras.

Among the objects on display are personal items such as family photos, the shoes and socks worn by Wojtyla in his walks, and kneeler (a platform used to kneel during prayer), that he used as a boy and teenager.

The firearm used by Mehmet Ali Agca in the attack on John Paul II on May 13, 1981, will also be exposed. Beside a replica of the fire bullet that hurt the pontiff and photos of Pope’s visit to Agca in prison when the pardon was granted for the assassination attempt.


Miguel Rep – Atlas De Las Bellas Artes


The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, in Buenos Aires, and the Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, invite for the inauguration of the exhibition “Miguel Rep: Atlas de las Bellas Artes”, curated by Andrea Giunta. The exhibition will take place on April 15, at 19 am, at the temporary exhibition room on the second floor.

Miguel Rep has a lot of humor in his drawings. The show is totally contrary to the chronological order and is arranged to be able to establish relationships between patterns of Rep to refer to the complexity of the world of art and relationships.

Some recurring problems of artistic reflection, are taken by Rep with humor and subtle irony in his work. This allows a new approach, unique and accessible to all people, because the mood has a huge value to knowledge.




With nearly 100 exhibits of your graphics collection the Städel Museum, in Germany, presents the exhibition “Vis-à-vis from February 19 to May 11, portraits and self-portraits have been selected by artists of the modern era.

The graphics and photos are presented largely in chronological order. On display are selected works of famous artists, but also lesser-known as Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Edouard Manet, Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch, Käthe Kollwitz, Hans am Ende, Max Beckmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Albert Müller, Otto Pankok, Olaf Gulbransson, David Hockney and Christian Boltanski, who treat art in exciting ways and sometimes completely different.

We are very excited about this exhibition now with a selection of many works to display the complete inventory of the Städel graphic collection, “says the Städel Director Max Hollein.

Dalí comes to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro


The Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, Spain, has something ghostly. Until his death in 1989, the surrealist painter Salvador Dalí had a habit of walking through the spaces of the institution when empty.

He said that the Theatre-Museum was his last great creation, says Montse Aguer, director of the Center for Studies Dalinianos Foundation Gala-Salvador Dalí. Between 1970 and 1974, Dalí reformed the place destroyed in a fire in 1939 during the Spanish Civil War, to become “the largest surrealistic object in the world” in his hometown in Catalonia.

From the outside, the facade of the Teatro-Museo Dalí, who received last year, 953,291 visitors, is flanked by reproductions of giant eggs. Inside, 11 oil paintings, graphic works, books, objects, photos, movies and documents belonging to the collection of works by the artist in the Catalan institution are being prepared to travel to Brazil soon.

Will be presented, along with over 10 oils of the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid and 9 paintings of Salvador Dali Museum in Florida, USA, in the first exhibition dedicated to the great surrealista in the South America, that will be inaugurated on May 29 at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil in Rio de Janeiro and later in October, in the Tomie Ohtake Institute in Sao Paulo.

The works of the Spanish artist in Rio and São Paulo (who will not receive paintings of the Florida Museum) were prepared especially for Brazilians. “We wanted to present the whole Dalí for Brazil, but especially the Dali surrealist in 1930s, the era valued for his production, which made him famous” says Aguer, curator of the exhibition.