Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Círculos concéntricos Círculos concéntricos

Círculos concéntricos

Nicole-Antonia Spagnola, Diego Salvador Rios, Bedros Yeretzian and Michael Ray-Von

Amor Mexico City 07/15/2017 – 07/30/2017

  Diego Salvador Ríos, M_++S ~, 2008. Video, 11’07”. Concentric circles intersect and avoid each other altogether. The room is wrapped by 4 thin, painted stripes. They are silver, brown, red, and green, in turns. A vinyl text in ransom note font is affixed along them reading something with a feudal timbre. The text itself, in addressing some

Installation view. Círculos concéntricos at Amor, Mexico City. Image courtesy of Amor. Michael Ray-Von, A room is a portmanteau of things and other things. 2017. Brass. 30 x 100 cm. Image courtesy of Amor. Círculos concéntricos se cruzan y evitan unos entre otros. El espacio está envuelto por 4 delgadas franjas pintadas: plata, café, rojo y verde –una

Hiccup Hiccup


Adam Stamp

Amor Mexico City 06/24/2017 – 07/09/2017

hiccup noun | hic • cup | \ ˈhi-(ˌ)kəp\ 1: a spasmodic inhalation with closure of the glottis accompanied by a peculiar sound 2: an attack of hiccupping — usually used in plural but singular or plural in construction 3   a: a slight irregularity, error, or malfunction b: a usually minor and short-lived interruption or

Hiccup Cart, 2017. Wood, glass, casters, tire tread marks and blood on painted vinyl flooring, bicycle tires, drawer/cabinet hardware, aerosol acrylic, LEDs, extension cord, “Proyecto 125” red wine in broken stemware, steel bucket, Comex vinilica. 130 x 80 x 190 cm. Courtesy of Amor and Adam Stamp, 2017 Hiccup Cart (detail), 2017. Wood, glass, casters, tire

Hesitating Hesitating


André Filipek

Amor Mexico City, México 01/28/2017 – 02/08/2017

“The body exists, and gives weight and shape to our existence. It causes us pain and it gives us pleasure; it is not a suit of clothes we are in the habit of wearing, not something apart from us: we are our bodies. But we are frightened by other people’s glance.”

Installation view, 2017. Courtesy of Amor, Mexico City. Photo: Andrew Birk. Front, 2017. MDF, fibers, nylon. Courtesy of Amor, Mexico City. Photo: Andrew Birk. Prologue for a never ending debt, 2017. MDF, fibers, paper. Courtesy of Amor, Mexico City. Photo: Andrew Birk. “El cuerpo existe y da peso y forma a nuestra existencia. Nos causa