This event is designed to give visibility to the artists that have their atelier in BSM and at the same time give the public the opportunity to enjoy art from another perspective. The Open Studio consists of several instances:
-A group show curated by a guest curator, in which the artists who have an atelier in BSM and other specially invited ones participate. Graffiti, Graffiti on canvas, Art Design, performances, etc. The ateliers open to the public that give access to see the work process of the artists, see their previous work, current projects and the possibility of speaking with them directly. The event takes place twice a year, one within the ArteBA VIP calendar and another in the month of November. In each edition, two instances are organized: A preview dinner for collectors, curators and other main actors of the art market. In the May edition of each year, it is the main dinner of the ArteBA VIP circuit. They are the BSM Target
-An event open to all audiences, where each artist has the opportunity to invite a large number of attendees, and where the entire art ecosystem attends.
SAMPLES AND INTERVENTIONS
The samples are made in the main room of the ground floor and eventually in the rooms of the first and second floors, in the garage, and in the Galpón of the 1st floor. Also on the stairs and common spaces. They are individual and group exhibitions, interventions and site specific coordinated and curated by different actors: between BSM and a gallery, between BSM and an institution, BSM together with an artist, etc.
BSM is developing a program of seminars, work residences and art clinics, with the aim of promoting reflection and professionalization of the various disciplines of the art world. SOCIAL ARTICULATION BSM will hold art workshops with the social aid institutions of the neighborhood, in order to promote art as a discipline capable of containing and improving the quality of life of the people assisted by these institutions.
BSM will hold art workshops with the social aid institutions of the neighborhood, in order to promote art as a discipline capable of containing and improving the quality of life of the people assisted by these institutions.