Call for written contributions At the start of 2019, Switch (on Paper) and AICA International launched an initial collaboration in coordination with Mathilde Roman, that led to the publication of three texts on the issue of contemporary migratory phenomena: https://www.switchonpaper.com/2019/04/18/partout-et-nulle-part-migration-et-art-contemporain/ https://www.switchonpaper.com/2019/03/14/slavs-and-tatars-lironie-des-signes-pour-dejouer-la-xenophobie/ https://www.switchonpaper.com/2019/02/28/du-mythe-du-progres-a-la-sixieme-extinction/ Wishing to pursue this rich and meaningful partnership, Switch (on Paper) and AICA...Leia mais
AICA will this year be celebrating the 70th anniversary of its foundation under the auspices of UNESCO, in 1948-49. To mark the occasion, we have decided to launch a call for contributions from all parts of the world to a new on-line publication of AICA’s little-known local or regional histories. These hidden histories, from past...Leia mais
AICA Incentive Award for Young Art Critics recognizes emerging voices in art criticism around the world. In 2019, the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and its Awards Committee, with the support of the AICA German section, launches the seventh edition of AICA Incentive Award for Young Art Critics. AICA invites young art critics from...Leia mais
Invitation & registration are now open REGISTER HERE: https://www.aica.de/52/english/index.html Please note: early bird registration’s deadline coming up on July 11th! The 52nd International AICA Congress, a Project by AICA Germany in Cooperation with the German Federal Cultural Foundation, will take place from October 1st – 7th October 2019 in Cologne and Berlin. Danièle Perrier,...Leia mais
O Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul (MARGS) abre as portas na próxima terça-feira (2/7), às 10h, com a quarta e última alteração de obras da primeira fase da exposição “Acervo em movimento: um experimento de curadoria compartilhada entre as equipes do MARGS”. Nesta última “virada” da exposição, a cargo do Núcleo de...Leia mais
A abca – Associação Brasileira de Críticos de Arte – tem a história de seu surgimento ligada à Associação Internacional de Críticos de Arte (AICA), fundada em 1948, em Paris, como uma ONG.