2016 participating galleries

2016 participating galleries


April 12, 2016

May 19–22, 2016

Pre-opening: May 18

arteBA 25
La Rural, Palermo
Buenos Aires

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arteBA is proud to announce the exhibitors list for the 25th edition of the fair which, for this important anniversary, will celebrate its quarter-century on the local scene by programming a series of activities that will go beyond the physical premises of the La Rural convention center and connect with the major museums and institutions of Buenos Aires, in order to offer a complete experience dedicated to contemporary art and pay homage to the growth of a shared art panorama.

Within the framework of these festivities we have invited three of the winners of our Young Curators (Jóvenes Curadores) Program to come up with a special edition of the section DIXIT: Federico Baeza (curator and researcher), Lara Marmor (art historian and freelance curator) and Sebastián Vidal Mackinson (curator and investigator) will present Oasis, acuratorialoffering that will offer a survey of Argentine art production of recent years.

Added to this celebration of Argentine art will be a strong international presence, represented by 43 foreign galleries from Portugal, Spain, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay, Chile, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France and Ecuador; these galleries, together with the 42 galleries from Argentina, will be the protagonists of arteBA.2016, taking part in these various sections of the fair: 

The Main Section has 50 galleries which were chosen by the independent selection committee made up of Mercedes Casanegra (freelance curator, Buenos Aires), Orly Benzacar (gallerist of Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires), Ignacio Liprandi (gallerist of Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo, Buenos Aires), Eduardo Brandão (gallerist of Vermelho, São Paulo) and Sabine Schmidt (gallerist of PSM, Berlin). Of these galleries, 11 are taking part in the Special Project eventand15 in Cabinet are presenting an outstanding artist selected by the Consulting Committee comprising Mercedes Casanegra (freelance curator, Buenos Aires), Inés Katzenstein (director of the Art Department of the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires) and Eugenio Valdés Figueroa (director and curator of Cisneros Fontanals Arts Foundation, Miami). The galleries are:  3+1 Arte Contemporânea (Lisbon) / Special Project; Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery (Miami) / Cabinet: Marie Orensanz; Alejandro Faggioni – Estudio De Arte (Buenos Aires); Arróniz Arte Contemporáneo (Mexico City) / Special Project; Baró Galería (São Paulo) / Special Project; Barro Arte Contemporáneo (Buenos Aires); Big Sur (Buenos Aires) / Special Project / Cabinet: Julián D’angiolillo; Casa Triângulo (São Paulo); Centro De Edición (Buenos Aires); Cosmocosa (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Antonio Berni; Del Infinito (Buenos Aires); Del Paseo (Punta Del Este, Uruguay); Diego Obligado Galería De Arte (Rosario, Argentina); Document Art Gallery (Buenos Aires)/Special Project / Cabinet: José Vera Matos; Emma Thomas (São Paulo); Gachi Prieto (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Valeria Conte Mac Donell; Galería Jacques Martínez (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Clorindo Testa; Galeria Marilia Razuk (São Paulo); Galería Nora Fisch (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Alfredo Londaibere; Galería Rubbers Internacional (Buenos Aires); Hache (Buenos Aires); Henrique Faria New York/Buenos Aires (New York, Buenos Aires); Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Claudia Fontes; Instituto De Visión (Bogotá); Isabel Aninat (Santiago, Chile); Isla Flotante (Buenos Aires); Jorge Mara-La Ruche (Buenos Aires); Maria Calcaterra (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Edgardo Giménez; Mcgh (Buenos Aires); Miau Miau (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Alberto Passolini; Miranda Bosch (Buenos Aires); Mite (Buenos Aires) / Special Project; Nomínimo (Guayaquil, Ecuador) / Special Project; Palatina (Buenos Aires); Polígrafa Obra Gráfica (Barcelona); Psm (Berlin) /Special Project; Revolver (Lima)/ Special Project; Rincón Projects (Bogotá) / Special Project; Roldán Moderno (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Pablo Suárez; Rolf Art (Buenos Aires)/ Cabinet: Res; Ruby (Buenos Aires); Ruth Benzacar Galería De Arte (Buenos Aires); Slyzmud (Buenos Aires); Sur (Montevideo, Uruguay); Van Eyck (Buenos Aires)/ Cabinet: Víctor Magariños D.; Van Riel (Buenos Aires); Vasari (Buenos Aires) / Cabinet: Karina Peisajovich; Vermelho (São Paulo) / Special Project / Cabinet: Nicolás Robbio; Xs Galería De Arte (Santiago, Chile); Y Gallery (New York).

Under the curatorship of Jacopo Crivelli Visconti (Italy), U-TURN Project Rooms this yearwill have14 galleries and 35 artists: Barro Arte Contemporáneo (Buenos Aires); Casas Riegner (Bogotá); Christopher Grimes Gallery (Santa Monica, USA); Die Ecke | Arte Contemporáneo (Santiago, Chile); Esther Schipper (Berlin); Galería Marilia Razuk (São Paulo); Galerie Max Mayer (Düsseldorf); Galerija Gregor Podnar (Berlin); Joségarcía, MX (Mexico City); Mor Charpentier (Paris); P420 (Bologna, Italy); REVOLVER (Lima, Peru); Ruth Benzacar Arte Contemporáneo (Buenos Aires); Vermelho (São Paulo).

The Solo Show section curated by Manuel Segade (director of the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo -CA2M, in Madrid, Spain) is presenting artists from six galleries: Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz with Ellen De Bruijne Projects (Amsterdam); Itziar Okariz with Galería Moisés Pérez de Albéniz (Madrid); Osías Yanov with Galería Nora Fisch (Buenos Aires); Serban Savu with Galeria Plan B (Berlin); Bruno Botella with Galerie Samy Abraham (Paris); Mercedes Azpilicueta with Mirta Demare (Rotterdam).

The Photobooth section,as curated by Patrick Charpenel (Mexico City),ispresenting five galleries and a special participation project in dialogue with the collection of Raúl Naon (an Argentine archives collector): Alarcón Criado (Sevilla, Spain); e-flux journal (New York); Esther Schipper (Berlin); Galería Juan Martín-Galería Quetzalli (Mexico City, Oaxaca); Metro Pictures (New York); Six Di Sebastiano Dell’arte (Milan).

The section of galleries and alternative spaces of the fair, Barrio Joven,this year will have 16 spaces chosen byRaúl Flores (artist and freelance art consultant, Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Manuela Moscoso (curator of the Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City): Blau Projects (São Paulo); Búm (La Plata, Argentina); Carne (Bogotá); El Gran Vidrio (Córdoba, Argentina); El Mirador Espacio (Buenos Aires); Hilo Galería (Buenos Aires); La Arte (Salta, Argentina); Motp (Mar Del Plata, Argentina); No Lugar – Arte Contemporáneo (Quito, Ecuador); Otero (Buenos Aires); Pasto (Buenos Aires); Piedras (Buenos Aires); Sagrada Mercancía (Santiago, Chile); Sindicato (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic); Sputnik (Buenos Aires); UV Estudios (Buenos Aires).

arteBA press office: prensa [​at​] arteba.org / T 5411 4816 8704 (ext. 107)

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