• Teresa Margolles – The promise

    The violence unleashed in Ciudad Juárez during the past decade has resulted in ghost neighborhoods after all inhabitants have fled. The Promise, Teresa Margolles´ work, parts from this reality which reflects upon the unfulfilled expectations of personal and collective happiness. ... read more
  • Collection 9. The Collection of the ARCO Foundation

    CA2M recently presented the exhibition ‘Colección IX. Colección Fundación ARCO”. Estrella de Diego, curator of the show, along with Ferran Barenblit, explains the singularities of the collection and how it was built year by year with woks acquired successively at the ARCOmadrid a... read more
  • Antonio Berni: the story of Juanito Laguna

    After being on view in Houston, the exhibition Antonio Berni: Juanito and Ramona arrives at MALBA. In this video, the artist tells the story of Juanito Laguna, a boy from the "extra-mural" grounds of the great Buenos Aires, who could also be any underprivileged boy from a Latin A... read more
  • Beatriz Milhazes and her art and inspiration.

    Beatriz Milhazes comments how the flora at the botanical garden of Rio de Janeiro near where she lives, becomes her vital surrounding for her inspiration. In this video, the artist explains her collages, and the process with which the materials used in her work, allows her to ach... read more
  • Guillermo Kuitca, “This Way”

    This Way is the title of Guillermo Kuitca's recent exhibition at Sperone Westwater. The Argentine artist talks about the show, which commemorates his 20 years of work with the gallery, noting in particular the diamond-shaped details of his installation, the use of maps, and geome... read more
  • 512 Hours / Marina Abramovic

    A conversation between the artist and Sam Keller of Fundación Beyeler, on her performance “512 hours” at the Serpentine Gallery. Marina Abramovic explains how her performance, carried out from 10am a 6pm, six days a week, for 64 days, resulted in different experiences involving ... read more
  • Beatriz Milhazes. “Jardín Botánico” (Botanical Garden)

    Beatriz Milhazes talks about “Jardín Botánico” (Botanical Garden), her first major retrospective exhibition in the US. The artist tells on the singularities of the featured works emphasizing on the use and combination of color, as well as on the permanent dialogue between her wor... read more
  • Carlos Garaicoa An Apparent Order (poetic-political)

    On occasion of Carlos Garaicoa´s exhibition, An Apparent Order (poetic-political), at Fundación Botín, the artist explains how the city, urban space and architecture are references in his work, inquiring on the apparent order of things. He talks about Fragile "Frágil", a new work... read more
  • Colonies. Vik Muniz and Tal Danino turn live cells into art

    One of the most recent art projects of the Brazilian artist Vik Muniz, has scientific “adoptions” resulting in a series of “Colonies”. This series is the product of the research and study of body bacteria, some of them carcinogenic, photographed and intervened.Tal Danino, a scien... read more
  • Nan Goldin

    Tate Shots presents an interview of the North American artist Nan Goldin. She talks about her most recent book named "Eden and After", a collection of photographed children. Mostly, Goldin photographs her friend's children from pregnancy through adolescence. This time line docume... read more