JCMAC is temporarily closed.
We will be expanding the current exhibition with more objects of the Ye’kwana tribe.
We will keep you posted for the reopening date
Jesus Rafael Soto
Penetrable BBL Bleu
Perez Art Museum Miami
artnet news: The Venezuelan Art Community Struggles
‘It’s a Nightmare’: The Venezuelan Art Community Struggles to Stay Afloat Amid a National Political Upheaval “Other private or corporate bodies, like the Colección Mercantil Arte y Cultura, with large holdings of Venezuelan art, and the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection in Miami, have also been key, lending art internationally. These collections have supported exhibitions… Read more »
Articles about Convergences / Divergences
C& America Latina “Two Modernities Speaking Through Lines” Link to Article Art Dependence “Breaking the Myth of Artistic Evolution” Link to Article
Exhibition Catalogue “Convergences / Divergences”
This catalogue was published in the occasion of the exhibition Convergences / Divergences at the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection, Miami FL, November 29, 2018 – May 4, 2019 Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection Founding President Juan Carlos Maldonado Curator Ariel Jiménez Managing Director Andres Michelena Assistant Manager Andrea Moratinos Advisor Francisco Arévalo Exhibition Coordinator… Read more »
Convergences / Divergences Opening Week
We are thrilled to announce that JCMAC opened its doors to hundreds of visitors during the opening weeks of Convergences / Divergences: Primitive Sources of the Modern curated by Ariel Jimenez. We were pleased and humbled to receive such astounding public reception. JCMAC invites you to enjoy open access to a fantastic selection of modern artwork and… Read more »
Upcoming Exhibition: Convergences / Divergences
The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection of modern and contemporary art acquires the most comprehensive to date set of indigenous Ye’Kwana pieces, collected through decades of arduous work and research by the Venezuelan anthropologist Charles Brewer-Carías since the 1960’s. From the beginning, Juan Carlos Maldonado connected spontaneously with the geometry reflected in the Ye’kwana pieces… Read more »