Claudia de la Torre

Claudia de la Torre: Palimpsest at Miriam embodies the true character of this form through an interactive, site-specific installation that invites visitors to collectively produce the work over time. The work utilizes basic materials and prompts for engagement as the foundation for a performed drawing, print, and ultimately a publication.


Marta Minujin

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is delighted to present Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance, curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann. The third in a series of exhibitions on Latin American modernism and its legacies, this show examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.



José Carlos Casado

Hyperallergic says that in the universe created by the 2022 Southeast Queens Biennial, abstract art invited viewers to engage their imaginations and to consider the multiple realities conveyed by the artists through their distinctive visual languages. José’s work is included.



Georges Le Chevallier

First saw Georges’ work in Front Burner with Ashlynn and Brett and Lien. He recently also curated Abstracto/Latino: Latin American with an Abstract Fusion.

Also- the way he often lets his stretcher bars show or uses them as compositional elements reminds me of Dona.