October 13 - December 19, 2015
An exhibition of works created from 1962 to 2008. This show "explores the role of writing in Ferrari's diverse artistic production. Pairing abstractions with the artist's politically critical objects and collages, the exhibition makes a case for the strong interrelationships between these seemingly diverse projects."
An exhibition featuring works by artists from Argentina who were based in Paris from the 1950s on, including sculptures by Martha Boto, Horacio Garcia Rossi,...Read More
DUE TO THE WEATHER, THE PERFORMANCE ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, MAY 26 HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A performance of new work by Laura Gutierrez, a...Read More
A group exhibition featuring artists Esvin Alarcón Lam, Ricardo Alcaide, Darío Escobar, Gianfranco Foschino, Juan Fernando Herrán, Harold Mendez, Gabriel de la Mora, Ronny Quevedo,...Read More
An exhibition of work by Argentina artist Marie Orensanz, including the artist’s installation of 20 white opaline bells and a suite of mixed media works...Read More
An exhibition of artist Pedro Tyler’s sculptural installations made from metal rulers.
The latest in Sicardi’s Project Video exhibition series features recent video works by Dias & Riedweg, Miguel Angel Ríos, and Melanie Smith, looped continuously in...Read More
Color experiments by Paris-based Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, including a selection of recent Physichromies and a Transchromie, paired with a portfolio of screenprints from 1970-1971.
Taking Gego’s notion of the line as a starting point, this investigation into the unpredictability of abstraction features work by Gego, Anna Elise Johnson, Mikhail...Read More
A special, free screening of the award-winning 2014 film Ensoulment: A Diverse Analysis of the Feminine in Western Culture–Lorís Simón Salum’s personal animated study of...Read More
Tavares’ conceptual work probes the workings and dysfunctions of modernist utopias. The exhibition takes its name from a species of plant native to Brazil; the...Read More
In de la Mora’s recent work, he uses fire-making as a vehicle for reconsidering geometric abstraction. Through the patterns of thousands of used matches, he...Read More
Recent work by Gustavo Bonevardi, Dias & Riedweg, Cesar González, Liliana Porter, and Melanie Smith, on view in Sicardi’s Project Room
Colorful abstract geometry, in 3-D from Chilindron and 2-D from Hasper.
Prints produced at the venerable Barcelona press Polígrafa. Featuring prints by artists Carlos Cruz-Diez, León Ferrari, Guillermo Kuitca, Nelson Leirner, Jorge Macchi, Nicolás Paris, Liliana...Read More
This is Sicardi’s first solo exhibit of Sobrino, who died earlier this month at the age of 82. On view will be examples of Sobrino’s...Read More
Works on paper and objects made by the Argentine artist between the years 1962 and 1970.
This exhibition consists of Glassford’s large-scale sculptural installation of the same name and a series of recent works on paper.
The first exhibition of work by Mexico City-based Smith includes new paintings and video. the exhibition focuses on the color green, drawing from the artist’s...Read More
The show brings together two textile-based installations by Rojas, with Sparagana’s hand-fatigued, sliced, painted, and re-mixed media images.
A book signing and conversation with artists Rojas and Sparagana on the occasion of their exhibition El Cuerpo Sutil.
In his fourth solo exhibition Maggi presents work made from paper, convex mirrors, and Plexiglas. His stacks of paper and cutouts suggest ways in which...Read More
Featuring works made between 1968 and 1974, Porter’s fifth solo exhibition presents works from her early period.. These works includes prints, photographs, and installations which...Read More
The book is the most recent addition to the Conversaciones/Conversations series which preserves first-hand testimonies of artists and intellectuals from Latin America. Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, Director...Read More
Sicardi Gallery presents an exhibition of new and historic work by Miguel Ángel Ríos. Folding Borders is the artist’s first exhibition at the gallery. An...Read More
Rarely-seen prints by master artists from Latin America like Paris-based artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, kinetic artist Sérvulo Esmeraldo, León Ferrari, Gego, and Julio Le Parc.
Sicardi Gallery presents Mariano Dal Verme: On Drawing. For this exhibition, Dal Verme breaks from the traditions of drawing, intertwining graphite and paper in intricate...Read More
Sicardi Gallery presents Pablo Siquier: Structure. In his most recent work, Siquier creates black and white images that evoke expansive labyrinths, city landscapes, or intricate...Read More
Sicardi Gallery presents Clarissa Tossin: Study for a Landscape. In this solo exhibition of recent work, Tossin explores ideas about landscape, urban space, and the...Read More
Active in artistic and literary circles in Buenos Aires during the early 1940s, Carmelo Arden Quin (1913-2010) was an editor of the single-issue magazine Arturo...Read More
Manuel Espinosa: Paintings and Works on Paper, 1960s and 1970s and Carmelo Arden Quin: Paintings, Collages, Mobiles Works from the 1930s to the 1970s
Sicardi Gallery presents the paintings and works on paper of Argentine artist Manuel Espinosa (1960s and 1970s ) as well as work by the Uruguayan artist Carmelo Arden...Read More