juan araujo special commission for anozero: biennial of coimbra, portugal
11 November 2017A new series of paintings by Juan Araujo titled 'Taxidermy of representation and other stories about Jorge Molder' have been specially conceived for the second edition of the Coimbra Biennial. The works are created from reproductions of photographs in books about the renowned Portuguese writer and photographer Jorge Molder.
juan araujo in 'roberto burle marx: brazilian modernist' at deutsche bank kunsthalle, berlin
7 July 2017This exhibition explores the work and influence of Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994), one of Brazil's most innovative and prolific landscape architects of the twentieth century. The richness and breadth of the artist's oeuvre is realised over more than 100 works which will go on display alongside international contemporary artists who have been inspired by Burle Marx.
juan araujo in 'roberto burle marx: brazilian modernist’ at jewish museum, new york, USA
6 May 2016The Brazilian artist Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) is one of the most prominent landscape architects of the twentieth century. His famous projects range from the remarkable mosaic pavements on the seaside avenue of Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach to the multitude of gardens that embellish Brasilia, one of several-large scale projects he executed in collaboration with famed architect Oscar Niemeyer.
juan araujo to give a presentation as part of the fifth edition of the fundacion cisneros seminar, caracas, venezuela
16 October 2015Venezuelan artist Juan Araujo is to give a presentation at the Asociación Cultural Humboldt in Caracas, Venezuela, as part of the fifth edition of the Fundación Cisneros seminar. The seminar is titled ‘After Landscape: Perspectives and Traces of the Traveler'.
juan araujo in group show at museum of contemporary art detroit, michigan, USA
18 September 2015Venezuelan artist Juan Araujo features in 'United States of Latin America' at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. The exhibition brings together more than thirty emerging artists from Latin America, many of whom will be exhibiting in the United States for the first time.