Buenos Aires | International
Exchange and training arenas...
‘ace organizes international projects -both at his home in Buenos Aires and abroad- aiming to create spaces for the exchange of ideas and collaborative learning with artists from all over the world, while they expanding the participants´ global networking.
These special projects are developed in a field of reciprocity that brings together the work and experience of international artists and curators closer to the Argentine community and offers to the international artistic community the opportunity to come into contact with the cultural diversity of Buenos Aires City.
INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS ABROAD
They aim to promote Argentine and Latin American art and artists abroad as well as collaborative work with creators from different artistic disciplines and diverse cultures. These projects take the format of an exhibition, exchange residencies or creative encounters. They are usually accompanied by talks and conferences presenting Argentine and Latin American art to a global audience.
INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS IN BUENOS AIRES
These projects arise by joint initiative between ´ace and renowned artists who are invited to work in Buenos Aires leading a group of local or international creators in a specific proposal that has to do with creation and learning.
STUDY ABROAD @ ACE
It offers the possibility for groups of students from foreign universities to complete a short program of studies and immersions in Argentine culture in our facilities, as an informal part of their training or as an official credit in the institutions of their country of origin.
If you want more information about these projects or have some to propose to us, do not hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Projects, Fairs
FIG Bilbao 2020
Alicja Habisiak-Matczak (Poland), Guy Langevin (Canada), Barbara Madsen (United States of America), Cecilia Mandrile (Argentina), Zhang MinJie (China), Alicia Candiani (Argentina), Kestutis Vasiliunas (Lithuania)
Cubes of Temptations
Micaela Muzi (Argentina), Ian Ballantyne (United States of America)