Visiting Artist | Stanford University Mohr Visiting Artist Program @ Department of Art & Art History
Mar 1 – May 31 all-day
Visiting Artist | Stanford University Mohr Visiting Artist Program @ Department of Art & Art History | Stanford | California | United States
Guillermo Galindo
The Stanford University Department of Art & Art History will host Guillermo Galindo during the spring 2018 term as the seventh Mohr Visiting Artist.
The Office of the Vice President for the Arts administers the Mohr Visiting Artist Program which brings acclaimed and emerging artists to campus for a one-term period to teach a credited course and provide a presentation, exhibition or performance for the Stanford community and the public.
“Remote Control” string quartet premiere by Kronos @ SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco
Apr 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm








Interactive piece using video streaming.

Don’t forget your smart phones.


GG and Kronos

TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time) | Group Exhibtion @ Magazzino
May 11 – Jun 15 all-day
TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time)  | Group Exhibtion @ Magazzino  | Roma | Lazio | Italy

Magazzino is happy to announce the new group exhibition TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time), that will connotate the gallery’s spring and summer program. The exhibition will articulate in two parts, the first opening Friday 11 May 2018 and featuring works by Massimo Bartolini, Guillermo Galindo, David Schutter, Nicola Martini, Matteo Nasini e Namsal Siedlecki.

Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly | Group Exhibition @ Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
May 24 – Aug 5 all-day
Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly | Group Exhibition @ Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami | North Miami | Florida | United States

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami will present the group exhibition Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly from May 24 – Aug. 5, 2018. Curated by Risa Puleo, the exhibition features the works of 37 artists who are native to the Americas separated into conceptual categories including indigenous, immigrant and assimilated.


Gina Adams
Carmen Argote
Natalie Ball
Margarita Cabrera
Juan William Chávez
Yanira Collado
william cordova
Franky Cruz
Rafa Esparza
Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez
Guillermo Galindo
Jeffrey Gibson
Sky Hopinka
Donna Huanca
Truman Lowe
Cannupa Hanska
Salvador Jiménez-Flores Art
Nicholas Galanin & Merritt Johnson
Rodolfo Marron III
Harold Mendez
Ronny Quevedo
Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez
Josh Rios & Anthony Romero
Guadalupe Rosales
Onajide Shabaka
Carlos Rosales-Silva
Francisco Souto
Dinizulu Gene Tinnie
Marty Two Bulls Jr.
Rick Ulysses
Rodrigo Valenzuela
Mary A. Valverde PROJECTS
Dyani White Hawk Polk
Sarah Zapata
This Land | Group Exhibition @ Pier 24 Photography
Jun 1 2018 – Mar 31 2019 all-day
This Land  |  Group Exhibition @ Pier 24 Photography | San Francisco | California | United States

This Land focuses on work made throughout the United States within the past decade. The photographers assembled here examine aspects of the country’s current social climate, from the mundane to the politicized.

The exhibition’s title is drawn from Woody Guthrie’s song “This Land Is Your Land” (1940). Viewed by many as an alternative national anthem, it alludes to the uneasy tensions fundamental to our vision of this nation filled with promise and peril, possibilities and letdowns. At the bottom of the sheet of paper on which Guthrie handwrote the song’s lyrics, he noted, “all you can write is what you see.” The artists included in this exhibition use cameras rather than pens, creating photographs that speak to what they see in the United States today.

Participating Artists:
Dawoud Bey | Guillermo Galindo| Bruce Gilden| Jim Goldberg| Katy Grannan | An-My Lê | Richard Misrach | James Nares | Paolo Pellegrin | Daniel Postaer | Alessandra Sanguinetti | Bryan Schutmaat | Alec Soth | Deanna Templeton | Ed Templeton | Brian Ulrich | Corine Vermeulen | Donovan Wylie

Border Cantos: Sonic Borders | Traveling Exhibition @ Samek Art Museum
Jan 15 – Mar 24 all-day

Border Cantos | Sonic Borders

This exhibition brings together the sights and the sounds of the Mexican-American border through a transformative and multi-sensory experience. Photographer Richard Misrach and composer/artist Guillermo Galindo began collaborating in 2011, after both artists had created bodies of work inspired by the Mexican-American border region and its human impact. In the political climate today, art surrounding this border is more relevant than ever, compelling us to put ourselves in the shoes of these migrants—to envision their journey.


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The Place as Metaphor: Collection Conversations | Group Exhibition @ Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College
Jan 17 – May 12 all-day

The Place as Metaphor : Collection Conversations

Celebrating the transformation of our permanent collection in the last five years, during which 700 new works of art were acquired, the exhibition is a reminder of the broad scope of the collection and the many trans-historical conversations it engenders.



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Guillermo Galindo: Sonic Borders III | Performance @ Cornell Fine Arts Museum
Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Guillermo Galindo Performance – Sonic Borders III

Join us in welcoming Mexican artist, performer, composer, and poet Guillermo Galindo to Florida for his performance “Sonic Borders III.” Two of his works “Ropófono” and “Zapatófono” will be among other new acquisitions and collection favorites featured in the upcoming exhibition “The Place as Metaphor: Collection Conversations” which opens to the public January 17, 2019.


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Perilous Bodies | Group Exhibition @ Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
Mar 5 – May 11 all-day

Perilous Bodies

The Ford Foundation Gallery aims to shine a light on artwork that wrestles with difficult questions, calls out injustice, and points the way toward a more fair and just future. Our hope is for this to be a responsive and adaptive space, one that serves the public in its openness to experimentation, contemplation, and conversation.

Opening Reception: Tuesday, March 5th


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ELDORADO: USMexico Border. Place Imagination and Possibility | Group Exhibition @ Le Tripostal
Apr 27 – Jul 28 all-day


27 APRIL > 08 SEPTEMBER 2019

The flagship of lille3000, the Tripostal unfolds the great story of Eldorado through a myriad of contemporary works of art borrowed from the four corners of the globe, with more than 40 artists on display. It divides into three chapters, one for each of the building’s three floors: Dream Worlds, The Rush, The New Eldorados.


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