Daily Archives: March 14, 2011

As seen in: Bogotá

Some apparently young and up and coming artists at Ensayos Para un Mundo Perfecto, at the Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Casa Republicana.

Esteban Peña.

Carlos Castro.

Some embassy art with Dayanita Singh at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá.

Old school performance (in a pool) by José Alejandro Restrepo, at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

Cali: Fallas de Origen, a clever combination of work investigating the narco trade and its impact on the city of Cali, at La Central.

Wilson Diaz’s, Cali Coca Gardens and Fallas de Origen.

Detail with Coca leaves.

Jose Horacio Martinez’s The Bodyguard, and Margarita Garcia’s Cali Cartels.

Detail of Margarita Garcia’s Cali Cartels.

And last, but not least, a local favorite of mine, Victorino García’s Dead Nuns at the Museo de Arte del Banco de la República.

Material Apparatus

Material Apparatus
Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville
March 19 – September 18

Material Apparatus features videos from artists that use the medium in unexpected ways. These works go beyond using video to document a performance or to create a linear narrative. Video, in this case, is an actual element of the work, used as a tool to help create structural environments.

These artists approach this subject in different ways; humor, balance studies, sewing, drug addiction, and the use of BB guns. Artists include Maria Pithara, Jacob Tonski, William Lamson, Jill Wissmiller, Otto Berchem and Amelia Winger-Bearskin.

Curated by Dwayne Butcher