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NOW ON VIEW: Esperanza Mayobre at Queens Museum

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Rashwan Abdelbaki, Last Supper…First Wall (detail), 2017, Acrylic On Canvas

Rashwan Abdelbaki, Last Supper…First Wall (detail), 2017, Acrylic On Canvas

"Executive (Dis)Order: Art, Displacement & the Ban", a group exhibition organized by Artistic Freedom Initiative AFI, at the Queens Museum from December 15 - January 19th, curated by Osman Can Yerebakan.  

Participating artists are 
Rashwan Abdelbaki, Ali Chitsaz, Reem Gibriel, Nadia Gohar, Ibi Ibrahim, Ifrah Mansour, Esperanza Mayobre, Remijon Pronja, Nooshin Rostami, and Asiya Al-Sharabi.

Executive (Dis)Order: Art, Displacement, & the Ban is a group exhibition organized by Artistic Freedom Initiative. The exhibition brings together artists responding to the complex circumstances catalyzed by restricting physical, creative, and intellectual mobility. The exhibition highlights works by AFI-supported artists who have been affected by the travel ban, or Executive Order 13780, alongside artists whose works reflect struggles and experiences of drift and restraint in the face of socio-political instability. Executive (Dis)Orderquestions the definition of ‘artists impacted by the travel ban’ and approaches the issue broadly with works that balance personal and public struggle. Through their works, these artists find the common threads between being restrained from movement and forced into displacement.

Artistic Freedom Initiative, a program of the SDK Foundation for Human Dignity, is a non-profit organization led by immigration and human rights attorneys, providing pro bono immigration representation and resettlement assistance to international artists at risk. In addition to these services, AFI partners with arts and culture organizations, museums, galleries, and performance spaces to create opportunities and platforms for our artists to exhibit or showcase their work. The exhibition is organized by independent curator Osman Can Yerebakan.

Esperanza Mayobre Group Exhibition in Buenos Aires

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Retrato de un Paisaje (Portrait of a Landscape)
Opening Reception: September 1st, 2018, 12 - 7pm

The exhibition brings together artists based in New York City and Buenos Aires who look to the urban and natural landscape to discuss themes of memory, identity, and perception, and use photography in ways that push the physicality of the image to the foreground. In times where instantaneity reigns, and the photographic image has become synonymous with a sense of intangibility and detachment, Retrato de un Paisaje offers a counter perspective back into the intimacy of matter, permeable to the forces at play in the physical world.

Curated by Claudia Cortínez, featuring artists:
Rodrigo Alcon Quintanilha, Erica Bohm, Ayelen Coccoz, Claudia Cortínez, Estefanía Landesmann, Samuel Lasso, Carolina Magnin, Pedro Wainer,  James Hyde, Myeongsoo Kim, Barney Kulok, Esperanza Mayobre, Alva Mooses, Libby Pratt, Martyna Szczesna, Max Warsh 

The first iteration of this exhibition took place in 2016 in New York City. This edition brings together the same group of artists in Buenos Aires, furthering the confluence between these cities with a new dialogue between their works.                                 --from the press release

 

Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori
Av. Infanta Isabel 555
Parque Tres de Febrero Buenos Aires
Argentina

Ellie Krakow as Guest Editor of Vector Artists Journal #8

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VECTOR ARTISTS JOURNAL #8, NEW YORK | JUNE 2018
Managing Editors Peter Gregorio, Javier Barrios
Guest Editor Ellie Krakow

LAUNCH: Friday June 22nd, 6:30pm
LOCATION: Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Featuring artists:
David Altmejd, Miya Ando, Nobutaka Aozaki, Daniel Bejar, Caitlin Berrigan, Jesus Benavente, Melanie Crean, Esteban del Valle, Nicole Eisenman, Edwin Gonzalez-Ojeda, Cindy Ji Hye Kim, Yashua Klos, Amy Koshbin, Shaun Leonardo, Jen Liu, Esperanza Mayobre, Glendalys Medina, Marilyn Minter, Mores McWreath, Jenny Morgan, Julianne Swartz, Hayal Pozanti, Leslie Thornton, Jonathan VanDyke, Anthony Varalli

ABOUT VECTOR
An Art Exhibition In The Form Of A Literary Journal

VECTOR Artists Journal publishes a collection of essays by contemporary artists. Each issue focuses on a different city from around the world and compiles a collection of written works by 25 Artists who are based in the specific city. The form, length, and theme is up to each artist.

Essays range from 1-10 pages, are unedited, and arranged in alphabetical order.
Each edition averages 200 pages and is printed in black & white, 500 bound copies are made.
300 are handed out for free at the opening reception and each artist gets 4 copies.
It is simultaneously launched on the VECTOR website for viewing and download.

Each issue is available for free to download in the "Journal" section of this website. You can also view each essay on-line by clicking on an artists name in the "Artists" section

Whitney Museum
99 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY

Esperanza Mayobre In-Gallery Talk at Radical Women Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum

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Esperanza is presenting an in-gallery talk within the walls of the Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960 - 1985 exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum 

Artist's Eye: Esperanza Mayobre
Saturday May 12, 2018
2-3 PM (meet in the 1st floor Rubin Gallery)

Learn more here: Radical Women

ON VIEW: APRIL 13–JULY 22, 2018

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing
Brooklyn Museum, 4th Floor
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY

Esperanza Mayobre Solo Exhibition

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Solo exhibition of sculpture and installation titled, "I cannot connect nostalgia with the current reality," by Esperanza Mayobre

In celebration of Latin American Heritage Month, the Westchester Community College Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present:  Esperanza Mayobre:  I cannot connect nostalgia with the current reality Her work employs a variety of visual formats to explore themes of cultural displacement, and to “question problems that in the most part have no answers.”

Fine Arts Gallery Westchester Community College
State University of New York (Valhalla Campus)
75 Grasslands Road
Valhalla, NY 10595

ON VIEW:
September 13  thru November 22, 2017

Gallery Hours
Monday-Saturday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Thursday Evenings 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

http://www.sunywcc.edu/about/smartarts/gallery/