Born in 1976. Lives and works in New York, United States.
BOOKS & EDITIONS
Solo show Mika Rottenberg
The artist Mika Rottenberg, who was born in Argentina and grew up in Israel, is concerned with cycles of production and the manner in which commodities are transported. For her exhibition at Kunsthaus Bregenz, she is planning, among other things, to set up the multi-layered processes of cheese production.
The U.S. Pavilion exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale will present film and video works that explore multiple perspectives—narrative, speculative, or impressionistic—in the pavilion’s rotunda.
The Thessaloniki Contemporary Art Center of the State Museum of Contemporary Art organizes an international exhibition of contemporary art bringing together artists of different origins, and directly or suggestively, refer to urban, environmental and social resilience and sustainability.
Hopscotch, Art Basel Cities Week
‘Hopscotch’, curated by Cecilia Alemani for the Art Basel Cities Week in Buenos Aires, is a journey through the city, with works installed across three neighborhoods. To carve out a multilayered program that draws on the city’s rich cultural heritage and the excitement and energy of its art scene, Alemani has worked with Argentine and international artists.
This is the artist first solo Italian exhibition for which MAMbo worked with the Bregenz Kunsthaus and Goldsmiths CCA London. With his imaginative world full of surreal scenarios, Mika Rottenberg explores the globalization of work and economy, by considering the processes, which turn emotional relations into economic value.