Nueva sección de arteBA que nuclea a galerías jóvenes
The aim of the Zoom Quinquela Fondos section is to construct in the fair—and make felt throughout its premises—major work by prestigious artists
Since 2013, Isla de Ediciones has been a valued part of arteBA.
nce again this year, José Luis Blondet, curator of special projects at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), will select the eight Latin American artists to participate in Solo Show Zurich.
Housed in the Main Section, Stage IRSA is a subsidized space geared to galleries that have been in operation for no more than five years and that represent artists that, though young, enjoy a measure of recognition on the contemporary art market
This new section provides a platform for collaborations and crossings between Latin America and the rest of the world in a dialogue based on inviting foreign and Argentine galleries to work together.
Batato Barea is a mythical performance artist and actor
The Cabinet GNV Group once again offers selected artists represented by some of the galleries in the Main Section to develop a more extensive project.
De esta convocatoria podrán aplicar tanto para Sección Principal de la feria, como para Utopia, la nueva sección destinada a galerías y espacios de joven trayectoria.
arteBA invites galleries and emerging spaces to submit applications for the next edition of the fair that will take place from April 11 to 14, 2019.
For its 28th edition, arteBA will launch a new layout, new sections and new invited curators. In addition, arteBA continues to reinforce its commitment to the international and local museums Acquisition Program and the presence of important professionals, curators and collectors from Argentina and the rest of the world.
GWBA is an artistic and urban experience. It will offer a special program of exhibitions in more than 40 art galleries, visits to artists’ studios, performances, and art talks. It is a crucial event format in the agenda of the world’s major cultural capitals, among them, Mexico City, Berlin, Paris, and Madrid.
The program that arose in response to museums’ need to add works by Argentine artists to their collections made its acquisitions during the fair’s First Choice event