EDUARDO TERRAZAS: Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955 – 1980
MoMA, New York, USA
On the 60th anniversary of MoMA’s 1955 landmark survey of modern architecture in Latin America, the museum is returning to the region to consider the positions, debates, and architectural creativity that unfolded between 1955 and the 1980’s. Featuring Eduardo Terrazas’s Mexican Pavillion for the XIV Triennale di Milano, Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955 – 1980 brings together original materials presented together for the first time. The exhibition is accompanied by two major publications: a catalogue and an anthology of primary texts translated from Spanish and Portuguese.
SEAN SCULLY: Land Sea
Palazzo Falier, Venice, Italy
Curated by Danilo Eccher and commissioned by Fondazione Volume! Rome, Land Sea coincides with the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia. Located in Palazzo Falier on the Grand Canal, the exhibition features a broad selection of new work conceived specifically for this exhibition, Scully’s first Biennale presentation.
EDUARDO TERRAZAS: Segunda Naturaleza
Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, Mexico
This exhibition presents a multidisciplinary body of work from Eduardo Terrazas, spanning 40 years. Terrazas refers to the creation of man as the “First Nature”, with the “Second Nature” referring to the need for human beings to recognise and interpret the surrounding world through creative process and invention. The exhibition showcases Terrazas’s ongoing exploration of his “Second Nature” as an artist, architect, urban planner and designer using the languages of abstraction and craft, and the re-utilisation of objects around him.
SEAN SCULLY: Follow the heart – The Art of Sean Scully 1964 – 2014, London, New York
CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, China
Travelling from Shanghai Himalayas Museum, this is the first exhibition by a Western abstract artist in China. This important survey includes over 100 works spanning Scully’s career to date. Featuring key pieces on loan from European and American public and private collections, the exhibition also showcases a new monumental corten steel sculpture entitled China Piled Up.