´aceNITE, Exhibitions

101 [One Hundred-One]
Artists in dialogue


101 [One Hundred-One] was a very special ´aceNITE that brought together the work of 100 artists from the Americas included in Moving Target Projects + the opening of “Expansion”, the solo exhibition by artist John Hitchcock (USA).

Moving Targets was a Hitchcock’s proposal for an action-intervention on the trains of the city of Buenos Aires. The project reflects on national identities and the crossing of borders, using public transport as a metaphor. It encourages artists to express alternative and transgressive views that react to the obstacles of our societies.  Thus,  50 artists from North America and 50 artists from South America and the Caribbean were invited. They sent works to a ‘ ace digital mailbox. The banners were printed in Buenos Aires. Later, they will used to carry out the performance. The posters were displayed at Ace during the 101 ´aceNITE.

In addition, ´ace made an open call and selected 25 emerging Argentine artists to participate with their images on the banner but also to carry out the action-performance. Among then we invited Federico Signorelli, Iván Vianello and Valeria Zamparolo to work in collaboration with Hitchock in the Expansión , his solo show in the Políglota Room. The installation includes video, drawings interventions on the walls and scren-printing on felts. Federico intervened with his images John’s video, Valeria drew on the window panels “translating” her own images to crosses in the “graphic language” of John and Iván prepared with a small installation in which the objective (Diana / Target) had an important role.


Related artists

Artist in collaboration
Federico Signorelli (Buenos Aires)
Iván Vianello (Córdoba)
Valeria Zamparolo(Buenos Aires)

Participants in Moving Targets Project
100 artists from The Americas

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