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Mao y Lenin: ¡¡Feliz 2012, olvidados artistas!!

Mao y Lenin: ¡¡Feliz 2012, olvidados artistas!! | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

¡¡¡¡Holiiii!!!! Vi una muestra sobre artistas olvidados. Artistas que tuvieron su libro, tuvieron su reconocimiento en una época y ahora, fuera de contexto, no los recuerda nadie.

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documenta13 - dOCUMENTA (13)

documenta13 - dOCUMENTA (13) | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

Since 2006, Faivovich & Goldberg have been working on A Guide to Campo del Cielo. In 2007, they conceived a 3D stamp depicting the 37-ton El Chaco meteorite, issued by Argentina’s Postal Service. In 2010, “Meteorit „El Taco“” was featured as their first solo show at Portikus, Frankfurt/Main, and the artist book The Campo del Cielo Meteorites – Vol. I: El Taco was published on this occasion.

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Guillermo Faivovich & Nicolas Goldberg | e-flux

Guillermo Faivovich & Nicolas Goldberg | e-flux | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

“… then the land was consumed by fire and flames surrounded the trees, plants, animals and men. Only a few of the Mocoví people saw the fires coming and dove into rivers and lagoons, where they were turned into capybaras and crocodiles. Two of them, a man and his wife, sought refuge in a tall tree, where they looked on as the rivers of fire flooded the surface of the earth; but unexpectedly, the fire blew upwards and burned their faces and turned them into monkeys …”

From the Jesuit missionary Guevara, on the Mocoví myth on how the Sun fell from the sky (1764).

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Mao y Lenin: La paciencia de la belleza

Mao y Lenin: La paciencia de la belleza | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

 

 

"Es una obra particularmente armónica, paciente con el espectador. Las obras mismas nos proponen y reclaman ese tiempo de contemplación. Parecen decirnos “puedo esperarte; mirame con tranquilidad.”

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Página/12 :: radar

Página/12 :: radar | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

La historia del arte es un largo diálogo entre generaciones, obras y épocas. Con una serie de fotos a las tapas de la colección Pintores Argentinos del Siglo XX del Centro Editor de América Latina y seis cuadros de pintores que alguna vez ocuparon el centro del arte nacional, Guillermo Faivovich expone en Pinturas y Fotografías cómo esa conversación se ha vuelto aleatoria, saturada y amnésica hasta la vacuidad.

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Amanda Coulson: Meteorit ‘El Taco’ - artreview.com

...Its presence at this institution is, for lack of a better description, a miraculous event whose every recorded step and scientific or logistical explanation makes it not less so but more so. Unfortunately, the thing about miracles is that they make everything around them seem insignificant.

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Meteorito | Otra Parte

Meteorito | Otra Parte | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

De cómo Guillermo Faivovich y Nicolás Goldberg sirvieron a la imposible reunificación de dos mitades de un meteorito del Chaco argentino.

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(A)live from DiTella | Sideshows | Thoughts on contemporary art and culture by Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy

(A)live from DiTella | Sideshows | Thoughts on contemporary art and culture by Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy | SomeKindofPressRoom4GuillermoFaivovich | Scoop.it

On my last night in Buenos Aires, I attended the inauguration of the group exhibition Fantasmas (Ghosts) at the Universidad Torcuato DiTella in Buenos Aires—a place most commonly associated to 1960s avant garde art in Argentina, through the most times controversial Centro de Artes Visuales directed by Jorge Romero Brest. Curated by Guillermo Faivovich and Javier Villa, Fanstasmas included artworks and projects created in a relatively abandoned part of the university. Each of the participating artists....

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