The Curatorial Program for Research (CPR) second open call for its fully funded curatorial research program ends on January 5, 2016.
Denise Labraga, in first person, also writes about her residence at Hangar, Barcelona.
In first person, Matías Ercole tells of his experience in Hangar, a center for artistic production and research in Barcelona, a residency he was granted thanks to his winning the prize in the Buenos Aires Young Artists’ Biennial [Bienal Arte Joven].
The President of the arteBA Foundation has issued a first call for applications from Argentine artists who wish to travel abroad for educational or professional reasons.
Video that was presented at arteBA’s Auditorium with Nicola Costantino’s work at the Venice Biennale.
Ferdinand Pórak, a member of arteBA’s Young Committee, in Europe at the moment, sent us photos from there and news of everything that’s been happening over the past week on the European art scene.
Interview of Corina Bellati to Martín Reyna, artist of the gallery Del Infinito.
Soledad, at nearly midnight, given the two-hour time lead over Cambridge, Massachusetts, is speaking from her studio apartment in the Palermo district of Buenos Aires. arteBA too can now say it’s ‘got into Harvard.’
No one wanted to miss Art Basel Miami Beach, the world’s most important art fair. In attendance were Julia Converti, General Manager of arteBA, and Sofía Lanusse, who’s in charge of the fair’s VIP Program.
Inaugurations, book presentations, cocktail parties, events in arteBA’s VIP Program, visits to private collections, exploratory trips, and art-related social events will be shown in rather unconventional photos…