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January 2020

January, 30

Elias Crespin on the Maison de L’amerique Latine Collections

Elias Crespin // Circuconcéntricos Transparente, 2016

 

 

Public collection | Maison de l’Amérique Latine, Paris
Opening on January 31 2020
Created in 2016 for the exhibition ‘Slow Motion’ dedicated to Elias Crespin at the Maison de l’Amérique Latine, ‘Circuconcéntricos Transparente 60’ definitely enters its collection in 2020. The sculpture is permanently displayed in the entrance of the Maison.

Maison de l’Amérique Latine
217, boulevard Saint-Germain
75007 Paris
January, 28

Josafá Neves realiza individual Orixás, no Museu Nacional da República, em Brasília

No dia 28 de janeiro ocorre a abertura da exposição Orixás, do artista Josafá Neves, no Museu Nacional da República, em Brasília – DF, sob curadoria de Marcus Lontra! Não perca.

January, 16

Rasheed Araeen talks to the Guardian!

 

Click on the link below to check the full interview:

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/jan/16/rasheed-araeen-interview-restaurant-shamiyaana-stoke-newington

January, 07

Massimo Vitali integrates the exhibition: “Civilization: The Way We Live Now”

Massimo Vitali integrates the exhibition: “Civilization: The Way We Live Now” at National Gallery of Victoria. (…)Civilization: The Way We Live Now is a major exhibition, featuring the work of 100 of the world’s finest photographers. It addresses and illuminates major aspects of our increasingly global 21st century civilization. It stresses the fact that contemporary civilization is an extremely complex collective enterprise. Never before in human history have so many people been so interconnected, and so dependent on one another. In science and art, at work and play, we increasingly live the collective life. The Olympic Games, the giant Airbus, CERN, MRI, the Trident Submarine, Wikipedia, the Academy Awards, the International Space Station, Viagra, the laptop computer and the smartphone… However we feel about any of them, none of these complex phenomena would have been possible without superlatively coordinated efforts involving highly educated, highly trained, highly motivated, highly connected people.

Curated by William Ewing Holly Roussell Perret-Gentil Bartomeu Marí 
(01.13-02.13.2020)
Text: https://www.fep-photo.org/exhibitions/civilization-the-way-we-live-now/

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