Exhibition curated by Ana Casas Broda and Gisela Volá
Buenos Aires, Argentina
DRAFT OF AN INTERVENED BODY
The exhibition addresses the body and image from different perspectives: as a territory of individual and collective identity, as a terrain of experience, of sexuality, motherhood, links with the other, interaction with society and with the world in general, as a political and poetic space.
This show deals with the subject of the body from different points of view, drawing connections of different kinds that seek to expand the readings of the work of various artists and provoke echoes between them, awakening in the viewer questions about their own identity and about the environment of the contemporary image.
Participan: Antoine D´Agata (France), Ernestina Anchorena (Argentina), Mariana Bellone (Argentina), Koral Carballo (Mexico), Jen Davis (United States), Citlalli Eb (Mexico), Carol Espíndola (Mexico), Lorena Fernández (Argentina), Tania Franco Klein (Mexico), Margarita García Faure (Argentina), Guadalupe Gómez Verdi (Argentina), Beto Gutierrez (Venezuela), Giulia Iacolutti (Italia), Juan José Herrera (Mexico), Paul Kooiker (Netherlands), Paula López Droguett (Chile), Antonio Lozano (Mexico), Fernanda Malgahaes (Brasil), Yael Martínez (Mexico), Fernando Montiel Klint (Mexico), Nelson Morales (Mexico), Diego Moreno (Mexico), Luana Navarro (Brasil), Nadia del Pozo (Sapin), Gabriela Olivera (Bolivia), Gabriela Rivera Lucero (Chile), Mariela Sancari (Argentina / Mexico), Roberto Tondopó (Mexico).