The duo La Pandilla has changed the face of street-art and creates a new fancy world, with a more and more precise and graceful realization accurate and graceful …
Rafael Adorjan is a Brasilian young artist who creates photographies from elements of everyday life.
Liqen, Spanish street-artist, in love with Mexico, invests the biggest walls he can, for a bluffing result…
Gilles Cenazandotti’s exhibition at Galerie 13 shows a séries of sculptures about our endangered world : Tide Art – Plastic Beach.
Big crush for this work, symbol of our waste.
Julio Bittencourt is a photographer who began his carreer as independent in 2006, after working for the newspaper Valor Economico of Sao Paulo. Today, after tree years of work, he published his first book “In a window of Prestes Maia 911 building”…
Peruvian photographer and descendant of Andean immigrants, Miguel Palomino uses its own image as a pretext to inquire into the human being nature, through a new and unique work. Misericordia shares with you this wonderful discovery.
Latino contemporary art is well, proof is with this talented Colombian artist, that we are glad to present you!
Very private interview with the young Spanish photographer, Lola Guerrera. She tells us about her life in Madrid and her artistic crushes.
Franck Vieljeux invites you to a journey in the Peruvian desert, with this breathtaking photo book, tribute to the “Cavallo de paso”. In the vast desert plains in the south of the country, we discover this so particular Peruvian horse.
Jaz, a street-artist from Buenos Aires to follow closely…
Sharing and exchanging, you can discover everyday working in Misericordia !
Celeste Martinez, the Argentinian doctor or the art system. She strives to diagnose it, through her project Maladie, which gives beautiful and disturbing series of photos, installations, videos …
As part of the “Mois de la Photo 2012” in Paris, more than 150 vintage photos of Jesse A. Fernández are presented. An exhibition that is worth seeing!
Portrayed as role models, supporters and loving parents, this series of Jorge Chavarria explores the reality of Guatemalan wrestlers and their atypical households.
Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902-2002) is indisputably the tutelary figure of the Mexican photography. In many ways, his work can be read as an exact mirror of a country or perhaps even a civilization.
More than ethnology, a vision of life.
Nicolas Villaume, traveller photographer with a big heart, shares with us a little bit of Latin tradition, through the Yawarfiesta, bloody kechua celebration filled with symbolism.
In Lima’s workshop, solidarity and sharing are the most important.
Photographs full of emotion…
Enrique Ramírez is a chilian director which realized short films dealing with politics of exil and exodus.
The Argentinian photographer is honored at the Recoleta Cultural Center, in an exhibition entitled Fotografias.
The Venezuelan artist Elias Crespin creates in all his works a “fluid, curvilinear, organic and aquatic ” movement. To discover at L’espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, until September, 16th, 2012.
Decertor is a Peruvian streetarter, his impressive works are a blend of strong typical colors of Peru and poetry…
The french photographer Eric Valli spent several years with people living as outsiders to our modern societies. With his last book, he shares with us their life in pictures…
To trace the presence of the famous hit in the art of the past 40 years, the red house has gathered some 110 historical and unpublished works, signed by 80 artists of all nationalities.
To discover until April 27, 2012 at Gallery Defacto, “Monde Perdu” presents 46 photographs of Levi-Strauss, the famous ethnologist and anthropologist, known for his book Tristes Tropiques.
We strongly recommend that you go discover Resisting the Present – Mexico 2000/2012. From now on until July 8th 2012 at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la ville de Paris.
Antonio O’Connellis an installation artist and architect.
He questions the role architecture/art plays in closing the gap between the developed and the underdeveloped societies.
Lygia Pape (1927-2004) was a leading Brazilian artist whose work brought together formal rigour and daring experimentation.
Pape was a founding member of the Neo-Concrete movement, which was dedicated to the inclusion of art into everyday life. Pape’s early work developed out of an interest in European abstraction, however she and her contemporaries went beyond simply adopting an international style, and started to draw on their own local situation.
The work of Cyprien Gaillard (Paris, 1980) focuses on the traces left by the man in his environment and history, through the passage of the time.