the shadow that leaves
Sara Galiasso’s exhibition, with a curatorial text by Julia Oliva Cúneo, offers us a space for reflection based on a tour of works from different moments in her career. Having as a common denominator the game of tensions, nature art, the lights and shadows of our inhabiting in the universe.
The proposed exhibition by Sara Galiasso can be visited at 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 and hall.
n392, je suis I’m Camille Claudel
Caíta Barberán and Marcela Etchichury present a play and installation on the life and work of the French sculptor Camille Claudel in the hall of the cultural space. As a way to invoke the silenced artists. The echoes of the play, together with its elements and materiality, will be exhibited in a room as part of the exhibition itinerary during the day and as an invitation to the play.
Camille’s immense talent overflowed the boundaries of her time, yet could not shield her from her association with Auguste Rodin, and today she is often remembered as his student, apprentice, and lover more than for her own work. Mounting “n392, je suis” at the Museum has the purpose of reviving Camille Claudel in the place that best summons her art, as well as opening the doors of the theater to other spaces.
The installation can be visited in room 3. The performances of the play take place on Wednesdays in September at 7:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, October 19 at 7:00 p.m. With free admission and cap modality. Limited capacity. Reserve at 351 7648564.
Tide, feminist postcards of desire
The Catholic movement for the right to decide proposes a selective immersion through an installation and a photographic exhibition. Through the fight for free safe legal abortion in Argentina. This project, powered by Católicas, recovers part of the vast audiovisual, sound and sensitive framework produced in the period between #19F 2018, the day of the first handkerchief, until the historic day of December 29 and 30, 2020, of approval of the Law 27,610 of Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy in Argentina.
Catholics for the Right to Decide Argentina (CDD) is an autonomous movement of Catholics and feminists, with more than 29 years of experience in the defense of women’s human rights, especially with regard to the full exercise of their autonomy and of their sexual and (non) reproductive rights.
The visual experience can be seen in rooms 1, 2 and the auditorium until September 22.