PARALLEL LINES | DRAWING AND SCULPTURE
22.06.2019 - 25.08.2019
Curated by Caroline Worthington and Jo Baring
This exhibition will explore how artists have used line in both drawing and sculpture. Guest Curator Caroline Worthington (Director, Royal Society of Sculptors) will use twentieth century sculptures from The Ingram Collection placed alongside contemporary drawings from the members of the Royal Society of Sculptors (RSS). The RSS is based at Dora House, South Kensington and is an artist led, membership organisation. They lead the conversation about sculpture today through exhibitions and events for all.
20.07.2019 - 08.08.2019
Curated by Chantal Powell
Clare Burnett, Darren Harvey-Regan, Evy Jokhova, Susan Kruse, Pablo de Laborde Lascaris, Adeline de Monseignat, Tamsin Relly, Emily Stapleton-Jefferis
MUSEO FEDERICO SILVA
18.10.2019 - 20.12.2019
San Luis Potosi
Curated by Enrique Villa
Mision del Museo | Ser líder internacional en la difusión de la escultura contemporánea, a través de la promoción de su acervo y de las exposiciones diseñadas por el Museo, en forma innovadora y potencialmente productiva.
FUNDACION CASA WABI
Curated by Alberto Rios & Paola Jasso
Fundación Casa Wabi is a non-profit, civil organization that aims to promote collaboration and social commitment through art. We are convinced that a personal encounter with art has a positive impact, for which reason we seek to generate dialogue and interaction to enrich the programs’ participants outlook on life.
Created in 2014 by Mexican artist Bosco Sodi, the foundation adopts its name from the concept "Wabi-Sabi," which represents a vision of the world focused on the acceptance of the ephemeral and the imperfect. Based on this philosophy, Casa Wabi, located on the Oaxacan coast, was designed by the renowned architect Tadao Ando (Pritzker 1995), looking to generate a space conducive to interaction; where our residents and the communities of the region come together.
The Foundation currently operates two residency programs, Casa Wabi in Oaxaca and Casa Nano in Tokyo, two exhibition spaces, one in Casa Wabi and another in Santa María, our venue in Mexico City, and clay and a film program on our site on the Oaxacan coast.