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The Institute of Fine Arts is pleased to present on February 18,New Approaches to Fanny Sanín: Women Artists and Geometric Abstraction, a panel discussion tracing the contributions of women artists… Read More →
Latinx Abstract is a groundbreaking exhibition, focusing on the work of ten contemporary artists who work with varied media and approaches, and are united by their dedication to abstract languages. The… Read More →
The Kinder Building, named after the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston patrons Nancy and Rich Kinder, is opening with the first comprehensive installation of the Museum’s collections of modern and… Read More →
The Institute of Fine Arts at NYU presents “Fanny Sanín’s New York: The Critical Decade, 1971-1981”. The new monograph on Sanín’s oeuvre was launched in conjunction.
The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University announced its spring exhibition, Fanny Sanín’s New York: The Critical Decade, 1971-1981, the first comprehensive solo exhibition to explore the artist’s evolving practice… Read More →
The exhibition will be open from May 23rd to August 3, 2019. Read the exhibition essay by James Oles: In 1915, at a turbulent moment that never evolved into the… Read More →
Her work was included in this year´s REFERENTES section at the fair. Click to see the video.
The Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College recently acquired the painting Acrylic No. 1, 2005, donated by the artist in honor of the scholarly work of Edward J. Sullivan, Helen… Read More →
Group show, November 2017
September 7 to October 18, 2017
Fanny Sanin’s solo exhibition Equilibrium opened on Friday July 14th at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The exhibition will be on view through Oct 29 2017. Click here to view… Read More →
Traveling exhibition curated by the Museo Nacional de Colombia opening at the Museo de Arte del Tolima on June 22, 2017
Early this month, the work Acrylic no. 4, 1970 by Fanny Sanín, arrived at the Museo de Antioquia in Medellín, Colombia. The painting-which received the “Ciudad de Medellín” Award at the… Read More →
Next month LACMA’s kid-friendly “spaghetti sculpture”—Jesús Rafael Soto’s Penetrable (1990)—will be packed up and returned to lender Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, who last year donated much of her collection to… Read More →