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Buenos Aires, October 1st, 2018


SPANISH: ayer Gustavo Bruzzone propuso reflexionar sobre nuevos modos de vida: ¿cómo sería un mundo dónde la burguesía viviera con al menos una obra de arte en sus casas. Obras de Juliana Iriart y Max Gómez Canle en el fondo. Exhibición y movida organizada por @mollostaicos (Violeta Mollos y Ailin Staicos).


ENGLISH: @gustavobruzzone is one of the most important art collectors in Argentina, not only for his unbelieving capacity and enthusiasm of assisting exhibitions and really engaging with the artistic community but mostly because of his educating role inside and outside the art world (he is a lawyer, a judge and a professor at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Law Faculty). 💛🌶️

Buenos Aires, 8 de octubre de 2017


La pensatividad
material de la danza

Diana Szeinblum y Silvio Lang, FIBA Buenos Aires, 2017, Centro Cultural San Martin
during the Q and A, Diana talked about the difference between living and working in Buenos Aires, and when she went to study and work with Martha Graham´s Contemporary Ballet company. She said: “when you are away, it seems like you are inside a tube in which you are doing your own thing without distractions. Here, in Buenos Aires, there is a lot of distraction (family, friends, intense social life).

Notwithstanding, the artist and coreographer lives and works in Buenos Aires, where she directs large groups of artists. During the talk she highlighted the relevance of working collaboratively and building affective networks, which are part of our politics in the contemporary world.


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ph Renata Zas and courtesy of Diana Szeinblum and Silvio Lang´s personal websites.
Buenos Aires, October 8th, 2018

"American Art" debería ya ser inaceptable como categoría en los discursos de 2018-2019

Un logo para América (1987) es una obra de Alfredo Jaar (Chile. Vive y trabaja en NY) proyectada en Madison sq. en Nueva York que publicitaba "Esto no es América, ésta no es la bandera americana", financiada con fondos del Arts Fund en 1987. Este tipo de convocatorias que copio y pego abajo no deberían ser aceptadas nunca más en un espacio que intentamos construir como un ambiente de pensamiento crítico.


"American Art" should be no longer accepted as a category in any art discourse in 2018-2019

"A logo for America" (1987) is a work by Alfredo Jaar projected for Madison Sq. in New York advertising "This is not America, This is not America´s flag", financed with money for the Arts Fund in 1987. This kind of open-calls I and many art agents are receiving (copy pasting down here) should be no longer accepted in what we try to build as a critical thinking environment.

A. Jaar, A logo for America, 1987

Open call: AAMC Foundation Engagement Program for International

The Association for Art Museum Curators (AAMC) Foundation is currently accepting applications for its Engagement Program for International Curators, made possible by major support from the Terra Foundation for American Art. Through fostering international relationships between curators, AAMC aims to not only provide opportunities for professional development and exchange, but also expand and strengthen the international curatorial community and amplify the curatorial voice in the global dialogue between museum professionals.

The 12-month program provides a framework for two curator pairings to interact regularly, reflecting on and developing their self-identified areas of advancement with each other. The program includes travel funding for International Awardees, a participant stipend for US Liaisons, networking, and more, which are outlined in greater detail in the Program Components area of the application.

At the core of this Program is a year-long partnership between a non-US based curator (International Awardee) and a US-based curator (US Liaison) dedicated to professional development and exchange in areas including but not limited to research, project management, leadership development, cross-border exhibitions, loans, fundraising, marketing, dealer and donor relationships. Two pairings are awarded each year.

All applicants must be art curators working on, planning to work on, or having worked within exhibitions and projects that explore historic American Art (c. 1500–1980), including painting; sculpture; works on paper, including prints, drawing and photography; decorative arts; and excluding architecture; design; and performance. Additional requirements include a minimum of 50% of the time for/with non-profit organizations will be considered. Please note that curators working in four-wall collecting and non-collecting, community based, and non-four wall organizations, at any location in the globe are eligible.

Read more about program details, eligibility, and application guidelines:

Application deadline: November 5, 2018, 12PM ET

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Karl Blossfeldt — Urformen Der Kunst


I know noble accents
And lucid, inescapable rhythms;
But I know, too,
That the blackbird is involved
In what I know.

Wallace Stevens
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird

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