In the third edition of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South organized by the National University of Tres de Febrero, La Térmica will be the headquarters of Km 9692 of the expanded territory of art, culture, dialogue and global thought that BIENALSUR has built since its inception, at the end of 2015. There we will inaugurate, in July, a collaborative work in which we reflect from a southern perspective with four artists: Agustina Woodgate (ARG), Paola Monzillo (URU), Graciela Sacco ( ARG) and Voluspa Jarpa (CHL). Female artists whose works redesign cartographies that shed light on invisible realities.
On this and other issues related to Latin American art, Aníbal Jozami and Salomón Castiel, General Directors of BIENALSUR and La Térmica respectively, together with Eugenio Carmona (ESP), historian, art critic and professor at the University of Malaga; Alex Martin Rod. (ESP), curator and independent researcher; Isabel Hurley (USA), gallery owner; and Juan Francisco Rueda (ESP), art critic and professor of Art History at the University of Malaga; will talk in Malaga on Monday, June 14 at 13 in Argentina (6pm in Spain). Via streaming will be joining the conversation the artist Voluspa Jarpa and Diana Wechsler (ARG), BIENALSUR's Artistic-Academic Director and curator of the exhibition that will be presented in Spain.
We look forward to seeing you all on the BIENALSUR website on Monday, June 14th, at 13 Argentina time. The meeting will be live streamed.