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feb 052019
 

“Sabor a lágrimas”
Performance of Carlos Martiel at ​Bait Obaid Al Shamsi as part of the 14th Sharjah Biennial. This work is part of the exhibition “Look for Me All Around You” curated by Claire Tancons.

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Saturday, March 9
10am–11am

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(more info here)

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Bait Obaid Al Shamsi, Arts Square | Corniche St – Sharjah – United Arab Emirates

ene 162019
 

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Agonía Romaní
Performance of Carlos Martiel as part of his solo show “Intruder” at the Galleria Gilda Lavia.

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24 January, 2019
6.30 pm

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(more info here)

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Galleria Gilda Lavia | Via dei Reti 29/C , 00185 Roma

ene 152019
 

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HIGH RISK
Performance of Carlos Martiel as part of Stedelijk Statements: Queer is not a manifesto at the Stedelijk Museum.

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1 Feb, 2019
6.30 pm until 9.30 pm

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(more info here)

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Stedelijk Museum | Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

dic 012018
 

Performance de Carlos Martiel como parte de la exposición La persistencia del cuerpo.
Curaduría Silvio de Gracia
Viernes 14 de Dic, 20 – 21.30 h.

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Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo | Arenal Grande 1929, 11800 Montevideo, Uruguay

nov 032018
 
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November 20 – 22, 2018
Professional Preview and Opening: November 20

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LOOP FAIR is pleased to announce the selected galleries and artists for this year edition. The committee formed by Haro Cumbusyan, Renee Drake, Josée & Marc Gensollen, Isabelle Lemaître, and chaired by Jean-Conrad Lemaître, has valued the strength of the galleries’ programs, and the quality of the artists’ works. The Fair’s Jury is formed by Ferran Barenblit (Director, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, MACBA), Benjamin Weil (Artistic Director, Centro Botín, Santander), Marcella Lista (Curator and Conservator, Centre Pompidou, Paris) and Dirk Snauwaert (WIELS Contemporary Art centre, Brussels).

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Among the artists and galleries selected are, Parisa Aminolahi (Ag Galerie, Tehran), Vasco Araujo (Galeria Presença, Porto), Volkan Aslan (Galerie Paris-Beijing, Paris), Sam Austen (Cob Gallery, London), Adela Babanova (ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN, Bratislava, Prague), Elke Andreas Boon (Annie Gentils, Antwerpen), Irina Botea in collaboration with Jon Dean (Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest), Pavel Braila (EASTWARDS PROSPECTUS, Bucharest), Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen (tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam), Rui Calçada Bastos (Bruno Múrias, Lisbon), Tang Chao (Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai), Chien-Chi Chang (Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei), Olga Chernysheva (Galerie Iragui, Moscow), Sarah Choo Jing (A.I, London), Lúa Coderch (àngels barcelona, Barcelona), Stefan Costantinescu (Borderline Art Space, Iași), Desiree Dolron (HE.RO, Amsterdam), Charlotte Dumas (andriesse eyck galerie, Amsterdam), Ira Eduardovna (Chelouche Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv), Mounir Fatmi (ANALIX FOREVER, Geneve), Péter Forgács (Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest), Aslan Gaisumov (Emalin, London), Andrea Galvani (The RYDER Projects, London), Sigurður Guðjónsson (BERG Contemporary, Reykjavík), Núria Güell (ADN Galería, Barcelona), Hao Jingban (Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong), Yoi Kawakubo (Yamamoto Keiko Rocheix, London) Derek Kreckler (Jarvis Dooney, Berlin), Hayoun Kwon (galerie Sator, Paris), Glenda León (Galería SENDA, Barcelona), Shahar Marcus (Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv), Angelika Markul (Galería Solo, Madrid), Carlos Martiel (Gilda Lavia, Rome), Rä di Martino (Galleria Monica de Cardenas, Milan), Lukas Marxt (Galerie Reinthaler, Vienna), Efrat Natan (UMA LULIK_, Lisbon), Hans Op de Beeck (Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam), Lois Patiño (RocioSantaCruz, Barcelona), Renata Poljak (Galerija Kranjčar, Zagreb), Chen Quilin (A Thousand Plateaus Art Space, Chengdu), María Ruido (Rosa Santos, Valencia), and Tamir Zadok (Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv).

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LOOP | Almanac Barcelona, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 619, 08007 Barcelona

nov 032018
 

Performance de Carlos Martiel en la Bienal del Cuenca
Registro de la acción por Jenny Jaramillo.

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Lunes 19 Nov
16:00, Plaza cívica (Mercado 9 de Octubre).

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Miércoles 21 Nov
15:00, Plazoleta de las monjas

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Viernes 23 Nov
15:00, Museo Municipal de Arte Moderno.

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nov 032018
 

SANGRE YANGA
Performance de Carlos Martiel en conjunción con la exposición Spirit Painting.
9 de Noviembre a las 19:30 en Peana Projects.

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Peana Projects | Vía Clodia 169, Fuentes del Valle, 66220 Monterrey

sep 082018
 

Tuesday, October 23rd at 6pm, 2018 (LECTURE)

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Artist Carlos Martiel (born 1989, Havana). The artist lives and works in New York and Havana. He graduated in 2009 from the National Academy of Fine Arts “San Alejandro,” in Havana. Between the years 2008-2010, he studied at the Cátedra Arte de Conducta, directed by the artist Tania Bruguera. Martiel’s works were included in the 57th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; he had performances at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; The Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH), Houston, among others, and has received several awards, including the Franklin Furnace Fund in New York, USA, 2016. His work has been exhibited at The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Long Beach, USA; National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba; Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, Argentina; among others.

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The lecture is organized and presented in collaboration with The University of Maryland Art Gallery.

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David C. Driskell Center | 1214 Cole Student Activities Bldg, 1214 Union Ln, College Park, MD 20742

ago 232018
 

“Carretera al mar” en Cali y Buenaventura
Memoria y el olvido en el Pacífico colombiano

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por Felipe Sánchez Villareal para Contemporary And (C&) América Latina

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Bajamar, el performance que el artista afrocubano Carlos Martiel presentó en el Museo la Tertulia de Cali el 9 de agosto de 2018, condensa bien la metáfora: los espectadores suben por una escalera blanca que desemboca en un televisor. En él, se suceden modelados en 3D de una zona de carga, renders arquitectónicos del puerto de Buenaventura. Si no se mira hacia abajo, no se ve: el piso del último escalón es de vidrio y, bajo él, el cuerpo negro y desnudo de Martiel permanece inmóvil, capturado dentro de la escalera. El espectador la sube casi sin percatarse de que él yace ahí, y de que el ascenso solo es posible pasando por encima de su cuerpo a la vez vulnerado y vulnerable: un cuerpo negro que, sin embargo, no se doblega ante la contención y la fatiga.

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La de Martiel fue una de las acciones con las que Carretera al mar, evento organizado por el Goethe-Institut y el Museo la Tertulia en el marco del proyecto regional El futuro de la memoria, reflexionó sobre las formas del recuerdo en medio de las tensiones raciales, socioeconómicas y territoriales del Pacífico colombiano. La región –y, sobre todo, los territorios que surcan la carretera entre Cali y Buenaventura– ha sido el epítome de las contradicciones que han marcado la historia del desarrollo del occidente de Colombia. A pesar de que el puerto de Buenaventura y sus alrededores movilizan el 60% de las mercancías que entran al país, sus gentes viven en el más crudo abandono estatal. Esa tensión entre los procesos de explotación y modernización de la zona, donde vive el 25% de la población afrodescendiente de Colombia, dio origen a la idea del proyecto. Carretera al mar buscó “reconocer la dimensión histórica de la población afrocolombiana, hacer visible la violencia y el abandono que ha experimentado y, a la vez, contribuir al empoderamiento de iniciativas que luchan por una sociedad más equitativa e incluyente”, según Wenzel Bilger, director del Goethe-Institut en Colombia (…)

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ago 162018
 

Saturday, October 13, 2018 — Sunday, January 13, 2019

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Relational Undercurrents is the first major survey of twenty-first century art of the Caribbean. The archipelago serves as an analytical framework, focusing on thematic continuities in the art of the Caribbean islands. Relational Undercurrents works against traditional understandings of the Caribbean as discontinuous—isolated and beyond comprehension as a result of heterogeneous populations, multiple linguistic traditions, and diverse colonial histories. The exhibition is divided into four sections: Conceptual Mappings, Perpetual Horizons, Landscape Ecologies, and Representational Acts. Each grouping features artists whose works have informed and shaped those themes. Relational Undercurrents includes painting, installation art, sculpture, photography, video, and performance.

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Curated by Tatiana Flores, Associate Professor of Art History and Latino and Caribbean Studies at Rutgers University, this exhibition was organized by the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, as part of The Getty Foundation’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an initiative examining the artistic legacy of Latin America and U.S. Latinos through a series of exhibitions and related programs

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The accompanying catalogue includes essays by curators, critics, and scholars that discuss particular artistic traditions in Cuban, Puerto Rican, Dominican, and Haitian art, and theorize the broader decolonial and archipelagic conceptual frameworks. The catalogue is coedited by Tatiana Flores and Michelle Ann Stephens, Professor of English and Latino and Caribbean Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.

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Support for this exhibition is made possible through the FUNDING ARTS NETWORK, INC.

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Frost Art Museum FIU | 10975 SW 17th St, Miami, FL 33199