What to see: Galleries

By bogotapost September 13, 2015


Escuela de Garaje
The knowledge factory is set up not only for artists and the production and circulation of objects, but for anyone looking to learn at the same time as teaching and sharing ideas.  Programme and more info: www.escueladegaraje.com
Espacio Odeon, Carrera 5 #12c-73. Until Sep 19

Gabriela Sacco : Nada está donde se cree
One of the Argentina’s most renowned contemporary artists, her work involves linking art and life, and a continuous reflection on the place of art in contemporary society.
BLAA, Calle 11 #4-41. Until October 5

Hernán Díaz – Revelado: Retratos, Sesiones y Hojas de Contactos
For photography lovers: A selection of 76 photos which cover many of the situations and themes that have come to define Díaz’s work.
BLAA, Calle 11 #4-41. Until February 2016

Frente al otro: dibujos en el posconflicto
A set of activities, practices, research, experimentation and workshops on topics such as contemporary drawing, comics and graphics.
Museo de Arte del Banco de la República. El Parqueadero. Until October 12

Arte Accesible
URBN STGO is an independent, not-for-profit producer that aims to promote cultural events that have an impact on the city, with numerous exhibitions and festivals. Bringing art that is accessible to the masses, this show will include work from 15 artists, as well as live music and live art shows.
A Seis Manos, Calle 22 #8-60. September 29 – October 1

Verano Chino
The photographer Juan Camilo Chávez and the illustrations of Ludwwin Espitia take visitors on a journey through China, showing the country through their own eyes.
Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Carrera 4 #22-61 Modulo 2 – Piso 1. Until September 26

Chapinero and San Felipe:

Flora ars+natura
FLORA ars+natura is a space for contemporary art in Bogota that focuses on the relationship between art and nature. FLORA is open Tuesday to Friday 2-6pm / Saturday 11am-1pm. Various artists – check out their website for more info: arteflora.org,
Calle 77 # 20C-48  

Galeria Casas Riegner
Drawings and modifications, Sister Teresa Valsé. Artist: Alex Rodriguez.
Calle 70A # 70-41. Until September 18

Salon Comunal
Artist Camila Eslava presents “A collective recomposition of a fragmented work disseminated in Montreal.”
Carrera 3a #63-36. Until September 18

Other corners of Bogota:

Ley de Rendimientos
The critic and curator Guillermo Vanegas explores environmental sustainability as a result/dilemma of development.
Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá, Sede Chapinero. Until September 25