For many years, the Rome-based Instituto Italo-Latino
Americano (IILA) has
organized a separate pavilion to provide a presence at the Venice Biennial
for Latin American countries which are members of the institute, and
do not have their own presentation.
Whereas the last one (2001) was far away in Treviso, under highly unfavorable
conditions (see our report),
it has now moved nearer to the actual event.
In addition to the commissioner for the exhibition as a whole,
most of the countries have a curator responsible solely for them.
Artists (by countries):
Argentina: Charly Nijensohn
Chile: Eugenia Vargas
Colombia: María Fernanda Cardoso
Costa Rica: Marisel Jiménez Rittner, Rossella Matamoros, Joaquín Rodríguez del Paso
Dominican Republic: Marcos Lora Read
Ecuador: Tomás Ochoa
El Salvador: Muriel H. Hasbún
Panama: Brooke Alfaro, Victoria Suescum
Peru: Fernando Bryce, Gilda Mantilla
More information by Universes in Universe:
Latin America at the Venice Biennale
National pavilions and participations in international exhibitions at the different editions of the Biennale in historical retrospective.
54th Venice Biennale 2011: Latin America - IILA
Arsenale, Isolotto. Commissioner: Patricia Rivadeneira; Deputy Comm.: Alessandra Bonanni; Curator: Alfons Hug; Co-curators: Paz Guevara, Patricia Rivadeneira. 25 artists.
Latin America - Venice Biennale 2009
Pavilion of the IILA, Artiglierie dell'Arsenale. 12 artists from 10 countries.
Latin America - 49th Venice Biennial
With Protest resolution of the artists
Latin America: Art
The visual arts of Latin America in Universes in Universe.
Latin America: Artist's index
The artists from Latin America in Universes in Universe.
Latin America: Curators
Curators with exhibitions and projects included in Universes in Universe.