Tania Osorio Harp preserves four architectural sites in Mexico City through archival material and contemporary description and audio recordings, and opens up a space for imagining the buildings’ future.
Julia Converti presents an array of contemporary cultural proposals in Buenos Aires whose diversity has common threads: they champion current artistic production and create the conditions necessary for collaboration and exchange with other scenes and local communities.
Like the equatorial center of the world that is celebrated, if not accurately marked, by a popular monument outside of Quito, the center of contemporaneity in Ecuadorian art is “a bit further on”. Curator and political theorist Pablo José Ramírez draws us a map. More
On Luis Mata’s Isla de Margarita, water’s presence and absence makes itself felt in the historic pearl industry, an abandoned fountain by Cruz-Diez, the “heavenly” beach of Punta Arenas and a boat ride to the natural monument of the Farallón.
One of the questions we are most often asked at the CPPC is about where the collection may be seen. Now you can see the location of our artworks on the interactive map we’ve developed to help you follow the collection as it travels the globe! More