ONLINE EXHIBITION

RETHINK

EVERYTHING 

CURATED BY ANDREA GIUNTA

Rethink everything is an exhibition conceived shortly before the pandemic began and which was resignified in the context of isolation that began in March 2020. Before all this happened, we perceived the symptoms of an exhausted world. Rethink everything proposes returning to a set of works made before the crisis that can be read in the present key. They are works that interrogate the relationship between man and nature, the radical differences in the distribution of wealth, the existence of inequalities, the meaning of the domestic, isolation, loneliness, forms of memory and feminism as a practice and as a theory that installed all these questions in advance. Faced with the symptoms of an upcoming return to normality, a question implicitly runs through the exhibition, to what state of the world do we want to return to?

Andrea Giunta

Audiovisual of the exhibition Rethink everything 

Art images are archives of experiences. When we return to them, when we approach them from new contexts, from different questions, their latent senses are agitated. A work is reactivated, mutates into new questions, its pleats unfold in senses that we had not perceived. The juxtaposition of the images, their closeness in space, creates a contact area; a new iridescence occurs in what we see. The proximity causes unexpected radiance from the image.

Andrea Giunta, Rethink Everything notes.

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ARTISTS

ADRIANA LESTIDO

ALINE MOTTA

ANANKÉ ASSEFF

CELESTE ROJAS MUGICA

COLECTIVO NOSOTRAS PROPONEMOS

CRISTINA PIFFER

DALILA PUZZOVIO

ELBA BAIRON

FLORENCIA LEVY

GRACIELA SACCO

JACKIE PARISIER

JOIRI MINAYA

JOSÉ ALEJANDRO RESTREPO

JUAN TRAVNIK

LILIANA MARESCA

MARCOS LÓPEZ

MARÍA JOSÉ ARJONA

MARÍA TERESA HINCAPIÉ

MARTA MINUJÍN

MILAGROS DE LA TORRE

NICOLA COSTANTINO

RODRIGO ORRANTIA

SANTIAGO PORTER

SILVIA RIVAS

VIVIAN GALBAN

| b. 1955, Argentina.

| b. 1974, Brasil.

| b. 1971, Argentina.

| b. 1987, Chile / Argentina. 

| b. 2017, Argentina.

| b. 1953, Argentina.

| b. 1942, Argentina.

| b. 1947, Bolivia.

| b. 1979, Argentina.

| 1956 - 2017, Argentina.

| b. 1968, Argentina.

| b. 1990, Estados Unidos / República Dominicana.

| b. 1959, Colombia.

| b. 1950, Argentina.

| 1951 - 1994, Argentina.

| b. 1958, Argentina.

| b. 1973, Colombia.

| 1956 - 2008, Colombia. 

| b. 1943, Argentina.

| b. 1965, Perú / Estados Unidos.

| b. 1964, Argentina.

| b. 1975, Colombia.

| b.1971, Argentina. 

| b. 1957, Argentina.

| b. 1969, Argentina.

CHAPTER I

BODY POLICIES

CHAPTER III

AFFECTS

 

CHAPTER IV

PRESENT MEMORIES

 

CHAPTER V

URBAN SIGNS

 

CHAPTER VI

BODIES AND NATURE

RETHINK EVERYTHING 

Andrea Giunta

Curator

Writer, curator and professor at the University of Buenos Aires, where she obtained her doctorate. She is main investigator of CONICET, Argentina and visiting researcher at the University of Texas, Austin, United States. Among the prizes with which she was awarded, the Guggenheim, Rockefeller, Getty, Harrington and Tinker scholarships stand out, and on three occasions she received the Konex award. She is the author of several books on Latin American art, including Vanguard, internationalism and politics. Argentine art in the sixties (2001), Postcrisis. Argentine art after 2001 (2009), Picasso’s Guernica: the power of representation. Europe, United States and Latin America (2009), Mutant objects. On contemporary art (2010), Writing the images. Essays on Argentine and Latin American Art (2011), When did contemporary art begin? (2014), Feminism and Latin American Art. Stories of artists who emancipated the body (2018), Contra el canon. Contemporary art in a world without a center (2020). She was curator of the León Ferrari retrospective, CCR (2004), co-curator of Immigration, MUAC (2012), Verboamérica, Malba (2016), Radical Women. Latin American Art, 1960–1985 (2017–2018, Hammer Museum, in Los Angeles, Brooklyn Museum, New York, and Pinacoteca de São Paulo), curator of Biennial 12, Mercosur, Porto Alegre (2020). 

María Carolina Baulo

Collaborator

Bachelor of Arts from the University of Buenos Aires (Honor Diploma), independent Curator since 2009 with more than thirty exhibitions developed together with prominent visual artists in important argentine art galleries, museums and cultural centers. She works as a writer-critic for several national and international media specialized in contemporary art: Sculpture Magazine (U.S.A), Diario Clarín-Cultura (Argentina), Revista Ñ (Argentina), Revista de Semiótica Ad Versus (Argentina), Hoornik Collection Art Magazine (Argentina) among others. Invited by the University Del Salvador as a Postgraduate Professor since 2013, she also works as an adviser to artists, collectors and art spaces. With studies in the field of Cinema, Theater and Photography, among other activities she coordinates groups of study and reflection on aesthetics and contemporary art. Member of the Argentine Association of Art Critics (Asociación Argentina de Críticos de Arte-AACA).

Julieta Tarraubella 

Web design & Visual Identity

Audiovisual Artist. Image and Sound Designer, BA Degree at the University of Buenos Aires. In 2014 she was awarded with the ESCALA AUGM Scholarship to study Visual Arts and Medialogy at UNICAMP, Brazil. In 2015, was selected for the Internship program at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Italy. During 2017, she was a student at the Cinema Program at University Torcuato Di Tella. Her main professors and tutors were/are Gabriel Valansi, Nicola Costantino, Gabriel Rud and Andrés Di Tella. She was awarded at the 2019 Buenos Aires Biennial of Young Art with a residency at Pivô. Her work has been exhibited in several institutions in Argentina. From 2011 to 2018, she stood out as project producer and assistant of several institutions and visual artists. Since 2018, she works as Artistic Director in Rolf Art gallery. She lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Florencia Giordana Braun

Web design & Visual Identity

Florencia Giordana Braun has a BA in Public and Institutional Relations, with a postgraduate degree in International Cultural Management and Art Bussiness. In 2009 she founded Rolf Art, the only gallery specialized in photography in Argentina in order to contribute to the production and appreciation of contemporary art and push the limits of the visual arts. Since then devoted to the gallery, she has managed to position the work of Latin American artists on the national and international scene, developing an important program of exhibitions and training in the gallery, carrying out a sustained participation in the most important fairs in the world such as Paris Photo, AIPAD , Photo London, SP-Arte, Zona Maco, Lima Photo, arteBA among others, managing the incorporation of works in renowned institutions such as TATE (London, England); MoMA and MET (NYC, USA); MFAH (Houston, USA), Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain), MALI (Lima, Peru), Banco de la República de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia); MUAC, Mexico; MNBA, MAMBA and MALBA (Buenos Aires, Argentina) among others, in addition to multiple private collections; legitimizing the visual expressions of our region in the world.

ROLF ART

Florencia Giordana Braun

Director


Camila Knowles

Co-Director


Julieta Tarraubella

Artistic director


Florence Rugiero

Producer


Pedro Salusso

Programmer & Web Design

 

Thanks

Amapola Alderete

Sebastian Alderete

Rob Verf
Andres Garcia la Rota 
Adriana Miranda 

Sergio Quattrini

Jean Luis Larivière
Adriana Lauria
Agustín Sacanell

Agustina Scuderi 

Oso Marsan

Nora Fisch 

Barro Arte Contemporáneo

Henrique Faria Fine Art NYC
Herlitzka + Faria BA

Fondation Cartier pour l' art contemporain

Risd Museum

Pablo Helguera

Fernando Davis

Archivo Marta Minujin

Revista LUR

Mane Adaro

Ediciones Larivière

Florencio Noceti

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