Cecilia Vicuña

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Alejandro Zambra on how reading Vicuña helped him lose his fear of writing

BY Alejandro Zambra | 08 SEP 22

Andrés Anwandter on the artist's intuitive approach to working the room

BY Andrés Anwandter | 31 AUG 22

Cathy Park Hong, Brenda Lozano and Mónica de la Torre on three iconic works

From the Cecilia Vicuña’s paintings celebrating Indigenous forms at the Giardini to Marlene Dumas’s groundbreaking exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, these are the highlights from the 59th Venice Biennale

BY frieze | 29 APR 22

In a cavernous Central Pavilion, ‘The Milk of Dreams’ reminds us that feminist triumphs and struggles stretch beyond time and geography 

BY Vanessa Peterson | 21 APR 22

At Kunsthall Charlottenborg, a group exhibition aims to draw connections between witch trials and colonialism but fails to grapple with their continuities 

BY Steven Zultanski | 12 JAN 21

Vicuña’s retrospective at Witte de With, Rotterdam, brings together over a hundred key works

‘Through the doors of underworld rose a mind structured by languages inherited from the dead’

BY Forrest Gander | 18 FEB 19

‘Through its transformations and multiple languages, the poem becomes a dark mirror that reflects the missing truth’

BY Cecilia Vicuña | 28 JAN 19

At Lehmann Maupin, New York, the artist's immersive installation and paintings from the 1970s commemorate forgotten indigenous histories

BY Evan Moffitt | 16 JUL 18