America Weaves

Curated by Adriana Herrera

June 7th – Nov. 10th, 2019

Fewell Gallery

One hundred years after the founding of the Bauhaus, which considered the artist “an exalted artisan” and called for erasing the boundaries between art and crafts, America Weaves gathers a group of artists that expand the borders and possibilities of the action of weaving, embroidery, and interlacing throughout the entire continent. Some works are formal inquiries into the possibilities of the medium; others merge different epochs, resorting to the technique of palimpsest; yet others pose critical and conceptual appropriations of different sorts. Making art with textile materials is, ultimately, a possibility that is as playful as it is culturally vital.

Curated by Adriana Herrera, America Weaves shows how, since the times of prehispanic art, our continent has woven times, history, visions, and worlds.

Participating Artists:

Miguel Aguirre  | Luis Arroyo | Andrés Bedoya | Stella Bernal de Parra | Tatiana Blass

Liene Bosque | Pip Brant | Chiachio & Giannone | Ana Isabel Diez

Jorge Eduardo Eielson | Sonia Falcone | Gego | Alvaro Gómez Campuzano

Guerra de la Paz | Basil Kincaid | Magali Lara | Marcela Marcuzzi

María Angélica Medina | Aurora Molina | Juan José Olavarría | Raquel Schwartz

Carrie Sieh | Diana de Solares | Alex Trimino | Frances Trombly | Guido Yanitto


June 7th – November 10th, 2019


Fewell Gallery

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