Hunting for Silence
Red (2009), a play by American writer John Logan, premiered in Caracas with performances by Basilio Álvarez and Gabriel Agüero, under the direction of this server. It was part of the selection of plays presented in the 2nd Festival of Contemporary North American Theater between June 10 and September 25, 2016, in the spaces of | … |
Grace Weinrib Dagach (California, USA, 1983) holds a degree in Visual Arts with a major in painting from the Universidad Finis Terrae (UFT) (Santiago, Chile). She has participated in numerous group exhibitions, both in Chile and abroad, in spaces such as the Museo de Artes Visuales (Chile), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Chile) and Casa de las | … |
Forgetting is so long
By Daisy Patton. There is a rich dysfunctionality in the histories of painting and photography. Painting is dead. Photography is dead. The two undead rivals somehow persevere, and it is that relationship between them I find incredibly influential to my practice.
The Outline of Things
Maybe aesthetics can only deal today with works in uninterrupted progress. The paintings of Alberto Giacometti seem to privilege a vision at the edge of the unfinished: in principle, it emphasizes a series of lines that, in the work of others, could be interpreted as guides. Whoever observes any of his canvases may imagine | … |
Is Britney Bitch
In 2008, I was doing paintings from news images, family photographs, or set scenarios, in order to stir valuable personal connotations in the audience. I made almost no changes to the images beyond those produced by quick assessments; I considered the result a kind of readymade with considerable value placed on the selection of the | … |
Live Forever. Elizabeth Peyton
A look at the book Live Forever. Elizabeth Peyton. Edited by Phaidon Press Limited in association with the New Museum. 2008
Por Florencia Alvarado. Correspondencia entre las obras de Kelsey Henderson, Rebecca Adams, Martine Johanna, Jen Mann, Carl Beazley, Adela Leibowitz, Kris Knight, Urban Saxer, Mollie Douthit, Will Cotton y Rebecca Chaperon.
The Forgotten Children of the Streets
Los olvidados niños de la calle («The Forgotten Children of the Streets) is a tribute to the film by Luis Buñuel. I advise you to see it; it is a true masterpiece, with wonderful cinematography. It’s a portrait of its time. A sad and beautiful story, very much of its time, halfway between documentary and realist | … |