NAT GEO, Curated by Violeta Mansilla

3 May, 2024, 6:00 pm - 19 May, 2024, 6:00 pm

Sorry Square, Wiener Platz 9, 81667, Munich

Post-apocalyptic landscapes, open-air landfills, humanised animals, the emergence of new species: the end or the beginning of a world? NAT GEO, with its focus on nature, culture and technology, presents itself as a scroll selected for sharing on the street.

In collaboration with Sorry Press

Sorry Square in Wiener Platz, Munich. Photo Hannes Rohrer



Curator talk with Amanda Carneiro

Wednesday, 24 April, 2024
7:00 pm

Kunstverein München

Curator Amanda Carneiro returns to Munich, having originally been invited by Salta art and the City of Munich to undertake a residency at the City of Munich's Villa Waldberta in Feldafing, in 2022. Carneiro currently holds positions as artistic organizer of the 60th Venice Biennale and curator at the MASP in São Paulo. In conversation, she talks about her curatorial practice, the highlights of the Venice Biennale.
In collaboration with Kunstverein München.

Talk by curator Amanda Carneiro, moderated by Emma Enderby, Kunstverein Münxhen, 2024. Photo Malte Wandel



Artist Talk with Marta Minujín

Monday, 4 March, 2024
7:00 pm

Haus der Kunst, Munich

A conversation between Marta Minujín, Andrea Lissoni and Marina Pugliese, which will delve into the remarkable career of the groundbreaking Argentinian artist, focusing particularly on her fundamental Environments, starting from her iconic work, ¡Revuélquese y viva! (1964). This event is part of Marta Minujín's participation in the group exhibition "Inside Other Spaces: Environments by Women Artists 1956—1976" at HDK.

In collaboration with Haus der Kunst.



Pivô Research residency

14 Aug, 2023 - 12 Nov, 2023

São Paulo, Brazil

Munich-based artist Diogo da Cruz has been selected for Salta art program 2023 at Pivô Research in São Paulo, Brazil! The artist will head to São Paulo, Brazil on August 14 for a stay at Pivô, a downtown nonprofit art space in a building designed by Oscar Niemeyer.
Da Cruz produces partially fictitious scenarios based on scientific findings that refer to past, present or future socio-political scenarios, taking its form as installation, sculpture or video work.

Diogo da Cruz, Wave Jumper, public sculpture at Walk & Talk Azores, 2022. Photo: Mariana Lopes


Open Studio

Open Studio, Diogo da Cruz & Fallon Mayanja, Pivô

28 Oct, 2023 - 5 Nov, 2023

Pivô Research, Campo Alberto Ciclo II, São Paulo

Pivô Research welcomes visitors interested in gaining an inside look at the artists' ateliers for one week.

Diogo da Cruz, who has spent a significant portion of his residency at his studio in Pivô, Sao Paulo, will also open its doors to the public, taking the opportunity together with Fallon Mayanja to screen their recent footage for the third part of the sci-fi film series "AXECIDYR" for the first time alongside other installations and sculptures.

Diogo da Cruz, Open Studio, Pivô Research 2023, October 28-November 5, 2023. Photo: Marina Lima



Diogo da Cruz and Fallon Mayanja AXECIDYR, 2023

Tuesday, 31 October, 2023

Pivô Research, Library

Diogo da Cruz and Fallon Mayanja present the first two episodes of their collaborative project AXECIDYR!

Synopsis: Screening of part one and two of a science fiction series that weaves fragments of the Afrofuturist legend of the so-called Drexciya civilization with concerns about the potential consequences of deep-sea mining. The screening will be followed by a discussion with artist Diogo da Cruz.

Diogo da Cruz & Fallon Mayanja, Deep Sea Rising, 2022. Film still frame.


Research Trip

Research trip to Salvador de Bahia

6 Oct, 2023, 9:00 am - 17 Oct, 2023, 6:00 pm

Pivô Salvador

Artist in residence at PIVÔ Art and Research, Diogo da Cruz is planning a research trip to Salvador de Bahia in order to work on the continuation of the film series AXECIDYR, revolving around socio-political criticism and ecological concerns especially regarding the ocean and natural resource extraction initiatives. He will be joined by sound artist Fallon Mayana, with whom he has developed the previous films.

Diogo da Cruz, Study for film, shot in Abaeté Park, Salvador, Brazil



AIR-M Ebenböckhaus City of Munich Residency

6 Jul, 2023 - 27 Sep, 2023

Munich, Germany

Artist Gabriela Mureb has been selected for Salta art's program 2023 at AIR-M Ebenböckhaus! a residency launched in collaboration with the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich.
Mureb’s work deals primarily with the appropriation of industrial parts to produce works situated between sculpture, installation, performance and sound. She is interested in how machines inherently carry, in their shape and movement, information about the context and bodies that produce them.

Gabriela Mureb, Untitled, 2016 – 2017. Photo: Central Galeria


Open Studio

Open Studio, Gabriela Mureb, Ebenböckhaus

Sunday, 24 September, 2023

Ebenböckhaus, Ebenböckstrasse 11, Munich

The three artists in this round’s residency programme at AIR-M Ebenböckhaus opened their studios for one evening.
Gabriela Mureb took the opportunity to screen her film Crash, 2023.

Thank you to AIR-M Ebenböckhaus Munich for hosting the event!

Gabriela Mureb, Open Studio at Ebenböckhaus, September, 2023. Photo Salta art



Crash, Gabriela Mureb

Friday, 22 September, 2023
6:00 pm

Florida Lothringer 13

Gabriela Mureb’s work addresses relationships among body, technology and the world, proposing that we listen to machines as a way of listening to the path that produced them, continuously reenacted in their movements. Filmed at the BMW Recycling & Demolition Centre (RDZ), Crash provides an opportunity to observe Western world's industrial heritage through the insides of a technical event.

Gabriela Mureb, Crash, 2023. Video still.



Screening of "OUR HOUSE" by Will Fredo

Thursday, 21 September, 2023
7:00 pm

Centro Cultural Inclusartiz, R. Sacadura Cabral, 333 - Gamboa, RJ

As part of their residency, artist Will Fredo Furtado will be screening their film "OUR HOUSE", portraying an Afro-Colombian cuir collective, exploring new black cuir poetics and subjectivity. The screening will take place on September 21 at Instituto Inclusartiz.

Still frame from Will Fredo's film "OUR HOUSE". Credits: NOSSA CASA (film still), 2023 © Will Fredo



Instituto Inclusartiz Residency

24 Aug, 2023 - 3 Sep, 2023

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Artist, writer and deputy editor of C& América Latina Magazine Will Fredo Furtado will travel to Rio de Janeiro for a residency at Instituto Inclusartiz. During the two-week residency, the artist and writer will lead a 2-day critical writing workshop for emerging arts writers from Aug 26 — Aug 27.

OpenStudio. Courtesy of Instituto INclusartiz. Photo: Thales Leite



C& Critical writing workshop

26 Aug, 2023 - 27 Aug, 2023

Instituto Inclusartiz, Rio de Janeiro

In collaboration with Contemporary And (C&), and Instituto Inclusartiz, Will Fredo Furtado and Daniel Brazil will provide a platform for emerging art critics in the early stages of their career to discuss arts reporting, critical writing practice and much more.

Photo: Courtesy of C&



Gabriela Mureb @ Klasse Bircken

Monday, 10 July, 2023
12:00 pm

Academy of Fine Arts of Munich

Through the construction of machines or appropriation of industrial parts, Mureb’s work is a mediation on the relationship between the world, bodies and technology.

The event is open to academy students.
Mureb will provide one-on-one-tutorials to students.

Talk by Gabriela Mureb, Klasse Bircken, Academy of fine arts, Munich, 2023. Photo Malte Wandel



LAKE by Maria Noujaim. Curated by Giampaolo Bianconi

10 Sep, 2022 - 28 Oct, 2022

Schwabinggrad, München

In collaboration with Deborah Schamoni and curator Giampaolo Bianconi, Salta art will open a two-week exhibition and performance by Maria Noujaim. This will be the Brazilian dancer and artist’s first solo exhibition in Europe. Maria Noujaim’s visit, says Bianconi, “is a testament to the international reach of Munich’s contemporary art network.”

Saturday, 10 Sep 2022, 5pm

Maria Noujaim, LAKE, 2022. Photo: Constanza Meléndez. Courtesy of Salta Art Foundation



Research trip to Buenos Aires

3 Oct, 2022 - 12 Oct, 2022

Buenos Aires

Maurin Dietrich, curator and current director of Kunstverein München, embarked on a 10-day trip to Buenos Aires. During her stay, she visited the art fair arteba and participated in various events, including a podium discussion. She also visited several artists in their studios and explored galleries, museums and private collections. The trip concluded with a conference at Universidad Di Tella, titled COMPARE ME TO MYSELF.

"Compare me to myself" lecture by Maurin Dietrich. Photo credits: RegistroExacto



COMPARE ME TO MYSELF. By Maurin Dietrich

Tuesday, 11 October, 2022
6:30 pm

Aula Magna Campus Di Tella: Av. Figueroa Alcorta 7350, Buenos Aires, Argentina

In her lecture Maurin Dietrich will focus on artistic production within the context of Kunstverein München and the practice of the artist Pati Hill.
Departing from the socio-political landscape in which the institutional model of the Kunstverein first emerged she traces their central role in the changed contemporary landscape today. For this, Dietrich will focus on the exhibition by Pati Hill, a US-American artist who pioneered experimentation with new technologies.



Experience / Experiment

Sunday, 9 October, 2022
6:00 pm

arteba, Costa Salguero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

A conversation between Kiki Mazzucchelli, Artistic Director, Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo; Maurin Dietrich, Director of Kunstverein München, and Florencia Malbrán, Curator, Eduardo F. Costantini Collection.

Presented by María Paula Zacharías (La Nación)
With the support of the Embassy of Brazil and salta art



Curatorial Residency

3 Sep, 2022 - 28 Sep, 2022

Villa Waldberta, Feldafing

In September, Salta art congratulates Amanda Carneiro from Brazil to having been chosen as a resident to the City of Munich’s Villa Waldberta, Feldafing, Germany. Carneiro is an assistant curator at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and co-editor of Afterall: a Journal of art, context and enquiry. Carneiro says she is looking forward to using today’s crises to shed light on conflicts buried beneath the quotidian routine of ordinary life.

Amanda Carneiro at the exhibition Abdias Nascimento A Panamefrican Artist, MASP, 2022. Photo: Felipe Rau



Various Others Social Club #4

Friday, 23 September, 2022
7:00 pm

Palmengarten, Luitpoldblock Brienner Str. 11, 80333 Munich

In dialogue with the Munich-based artist Frauke Zabel, curator Amanda Carneiro (Museu de Arte de São Paulo, in residence at the Villa Waldberta) will address connections between Munich and Brazil, the heritage of colonialism and the possibilities of changing institutions.
This event is supported by Salta art. The Various Others Social Club series is supported by Phillips Auctioneers.

Interior of the winter garden of Ludwig II, Palmenhaus, Schloßpark Nymphenburg.Photo: Frauke Zabel



Metamorphic animals by Maria Noujaim

Wednesday, 14 September, 2022
5:00 pm

Meet at Schwabinggrad, Theresienstrasse 154, 80333 Munich

In this workshop we explored, through dance and movement, the structure of metamorphic animals, hybrid and mythological beings in the body. Our aim was to research the possibilities of bodies in a multi-species perspective and landscape, where the human is just one more form in the larger web of forms of life.

Maria Noujaim, Metamorphic Animals, workshop, 2022. Photo Malte Wandel. Courtesy of Salta Art Foundation



A Space to Reflect

Thursday, 23 June, 2022
7:00 pm

Kunstverein München

For its first program, Salta art partnered with Kunstverein München to invite Fundación Más Arte Más Acción (MAMA) from Colombia. MAMA described its experience creating a ‘space to reflect’ from three vantage points: as a concept, as an artwork, and as a sustainable resource. By arriving just after the opening at documenta 15, MAMA brought a bit of documenta 15 to Munich.

Click to see full conversation and clips.