July 10 - August 26, 2014
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 Porter, and Luis Tomasello. And, uh, this guy.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Manuel Espinosa (1912-2006) was a founding member of the Asociación de Arte Concreto-Invención (AACI). Founded in 1945, the group made work which broke from figurative […]
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 […]
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 […]
Project Video: Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Dias & Riedweg, Oscar Muñoz, Miguel Angel Rojas and Liliana Porter
Five weeks of video screenings by gallery artists: Week 1 (February 21 – March 2, 2013), Liliana Porter Matinee, 2009 Week 2 (March 5 – […]
Works by María Isabel Arango, Teresa Currea, Cesar González, Diana Menestrey, Nicolás París, Andrés Ramírez Gaviria, Luisa Roa and Adriana Salazar. Curated by María Iovino.
Conceptual works that straddle a wide spectrum of media and techniques, including a fascination for the phenomenological attributes of painting, an attraction to found materials, […]
Several meditative works that explore themes like measurement, color, and light. One wall piece consists of 100 bas-relief portraits of visual and performing artists who […]
A solo exhibition by the Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz inaugurates Sicardi’s new space at 1506 West Alabama, designed by architect Fernando Brave. is A solo […]
Photographs and installations by the best Argentinian artist ever, in which quaint tag-sale ceramics, goofy souvenirs, wind-up toys, cartoon mice take on new and surprising […]
Geomteric abstraction from Argentinian artist Graciela Hasper, a member of generation of artists who emerged in the 1990s, just a few years after the end […]
In artist Clarissa Tossin’s work the monumental permanence of Brasilia’s architecture is undermined by the futility of its popular message. In an informal conversation with […]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6-8 pm Sicardi Gallery opens its fall season with works on paper by four more old-time Latin American modernists who are […]
Summer group show of ten mostly Latin American artists including Gustavo Bonevardi, Gustavo Diaz, Jose Gabriel Fernandez, Leon Ferrari, Pablo Gimenez Zapiola (whose train-graphic piece […]
Sicardi Gallery presents At the Edge of Scarcity, their third solo exhibition of the work of Colombian artist Miguel Angel Rojas. The exhibition title refers […]
Sicardi Gallery features the work of Eduardo Gil in the exhibition Extra. We’re not exactly sure what we’ll find at the show, but the exhibition […]
Sicardi Gallery presents Peñas de pena, an exhibition of new work by Dias & Riedweg, a team of artists based in Rio de Janeiro. In […]