Publications

Catalogue: The Juan Carlos Maldonado Collection in Time The Rigor of Geometric Shapes

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition The Juan Carlos Maldonado Collection in Time: The Rigor of Geometric Shapes, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMC’s Miami Design District space, on view December 02, 2023 – March 04, 2024. To learn more about the exhibition click here. To view the digital version of the catalogue in… Read more »

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Catalogue: The Ye’kwana Universe

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition The Ye’kwana Universe: Living in the middle of the jungle, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view November 30, 2022 – February 26, 2022. To learn more about the exhibition click here. To view the digital version of the catalogue in English… Read more »

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Ernesto Briel, The Rest Is Silence

The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection is proud to have contributed to the publication Ernesto Briel, The Rest Is Silence.  Edited by Beatriz Gago Rodriguez and Francisco Arevalo, the publication features texts by contributing authors Pedro de Oraá (in memoriam), Darren Leak, Gustavo Valdés, Antonio Eligio (Tonel), Ernesto Menéndez-Conde, Francisco Arévalo and  Beatriz Gago.  Find… Read more »

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Catalogue: Poetics of Exactness

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Poetics of Exactness, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view November 30, 2021 – June 22, 2022. Poetics of Exactness is an exhibition that aimed to question what it is that makes an object reveal itself as capable of eliciting that… Read more »

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Catalogue: Signs, Abstractions and Metaphors

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Signs, Abstractions and Metaphors: Latin American art at the JCMAC, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view July 1, 2021 – October 9, 2021. Signs, Abstractions and Metaphors: Latin American art at the JCMAC proposed a dialogue between the works… Read more »

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Catalogue: Ernesto Briel: Iridescent Geometries

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Ernesto Briel: Iridescent Geometries, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view November 19, 2020 – March 20, 2021. Ernesto Briel: Iridescent Geometries brings attention to the work of Ernesto Briel, a Cuban optical artist whose production is practically unknown, even… Read more »

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Catalogue: Hybridizations / Contemporary Strategies

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Hybridizations / Contemporary Strategies, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view December 3, 2019 – April 4, 2020. Hybridizations / Contemporary Strategies brings attention on one of the most common strategies among artists of our time: the will, and even… Read more »

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Ye’Kwana, Basketry Symbology

The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection is proud to have published Ye’Kwana Basketry Symbology: Portal to a Parallel World by Charles Brewer-Carías. Ye’Kwana Basketry Symbology: Portal to a Parallel World published in 2019 is the latest publication in a long list of beautifully illustrated books by the author, showcasing his vast knowledge of the cultural,… Read more »

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Catalogue: Convergences / Divergences

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Convergences / Divergences, Primitive Sources of The Modern, curated by Ariel Jiménez at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view November 29, 2018 – October 12, 2019. The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection of modern and contemporary art acquired the most comprehensive to date set of… Read more »

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Catalogue: Constructing Constructivism

This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Constructing Constructivism, curated by Carlota Perez-Appelbaum at JCMAC’s Miami Design District space, on view December 1, 2017 – October 15, 2018. Constructing Constructivism, presented key works from the collection to explore how in the postwar era, a number of artists around the globe shared an interest… Read more »

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