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News space for Saenger Galería at Tacubaya, Mexico City

Group exhibition
On / Off. Siete aproximaciones a la pintura

Project Room
Bajo un cielo imposible de Javier Areán

From October 14 to November 20, 2021

More information:
Saenger Galería
Manuel Dublan 33-4o. Piso, Tacubaya,
Miguel Hidalgo, 11870
Ciudad de México, CDMX
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Saenger Galería is proud to present its new space located in the Tacubaya neighborhood of Mexico City, seeking to make this change of location an opportunity to continue growing from the experience obtained with its predecessor project, Archivo Colectivo and thus reaffirm its commitment to the artists they represent exclusively or with whom they collaborate by invitation; To do this, it now has an exhibition program made up of a  Main Room and a Project Room, as well as a store with publications and limited editions made under its own label, SAENGER Editores.

The opening of this space allows the gallery to consolidate its presence on the national scene and make its way to the international market, providing its public with personalized and close attention.

Among its objectives is to present to the public unique works of art of their kind by artists committed to their work in a transparent and enjoyable way that allows a better understanding of the art circuit, including its market, and to discover that  collecting art is accessible to all:

Now, as part of its inaugural program at its new headquarters, Saenger Galería will be presenting the collective exhibit “On / Off. Seven approximations to painting”, from October 14 to November 20 with the participation of the artists Fernanda Brunet, Nicole Chaput, Rodolfo Díaz Cervantes, Robert Janitz, Madeline Jiménez, Santiago Merino and Javier Peláez, while in the Project Room, The individual exhibition “Under an impossible sky”, by Javier Areán.

This Thursday, October 14th  both exhibitions will be open to the public from 12 pm to 11 pm.


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