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San Isidro’s Still

San Isidro’s Still

Curated by Paulina Ascencio & Daniel Garza Usabiaga

Anonymous Gallery Ciudad de México, México 02/09/2018 – 03/10/2018

Participating artists: Anouk Kruithof, Clive Murphy, Cristina Tufiño, Eamon Ore Giron, Fernando González Gortázar, Isa Carrillo, Jippies Asquerosos, JIS, Kristin Reger, Marie Strauss, Roxanne Jackson, Santiago Merino, Yeni Mao. San Isidro’s Still attempts to link, through a particular setting, the sphere of art with the world of entheogens. San Isidro, in this way, refers to

Group show. Exhibition view of San Isidro’s Still, anonymous gallery, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of anonymous gallery Group show. Exhibition view of San Isidro’s Still, anonymous gallery, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of anonymous gallery Group show. Exhibition view of San Isidro’s Still, anonymous gallery, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of anonymous gallery Artistas participantes: Anouk Kruithof,

Sabroso veneno

Sabroso veneno

Radamés "Juni" Figueroa

Anonymous Gallery Mexico City 07/06/2017 – 08/26/2017

Radamés “Juni” Figueroa’s Sabroso Veneno transports you to the sensory space of a seventies salsoteca. Bright colors, neon lights, palm trees, paintings, and parrots transform the gallery into a lively space of festivities. Here, you are invited to enjoy food, drink, and music, to linger in the atmosphere of another time and place. Inspired by the stage design

Installation view with Luis Sunshine ‘Perico’ Ortiz and Sabroso Perico. Radamés “Juni” Figueroa, Sabroso Veneno at Anonymous Gallery, 2017. Photography: Ramiro Chaves. Radamés “Juni” Figueroa and Hector Madera, Sabroso, Sensual, Calientito, Venenoso, mixed-media sculpture, 2017. Photography: Ramiro Chaves. Installation view with Sabroso Veneno. Radamés “Juni” Figueroa, Sabroso Veneno at Anonymous Gallery. Photography: Ramiro Chaves. Sabroso Veneno de Radamés “Juni” Figueroa te transporta al espacio

Discovery Discovery

Discovery

Casey Jane Ellison

Anonymous Gallery Mexico City, México 04/29/2017 – 05/20/2017

In Discovery, her first solo exhibition, Casey Jane Ellison is both brand and politician, reality TV star and inspirational cultural icon. Installed in The Hypocrisy Matrix, a three-dimensional graph designed by the artist, Discovery charts Ellison as she fluctuates between clarity and solipsism, between criticality and delusion, as she attempts to grasp at her position

Casey Jane Ellison, Hot Bitch II, 2017. Serigrafía en espejo. 60 x 33 cm (23.62 x 12.99 in). Cortesía de Anonymous Gallery, Ciudad de México. Foto: Tomás Pérez. Vista de instalación: Casey Jane Ellison, Discovery, 2017. Cortesía de Anonymous Gallery, Ciudad de México. Foto: Tomás Pérez. Casey Jane Ellison, I’m With You, 2017. Serigrafía en

Antes de que nuestra inocencia fuera perdida Antes de que nuestra inocencia fuera perdida

Antes de que nuestra inocencia fuera perdida

Eric Muñoz

Anonymous Gallery Mexico City, Mexico 04/23/2016 – 05/23/2016

Your ‘I’ is a completely illusory concept. – W. Burroughs Antes de que nuestra inocencia fuera perdida, Eric Muñoz’s first solo exhibition with Anonymous Gallery, is an installation that addresses themes such as sex, decay, memory and loneliness. In an analysis of the mundane that includes sculpture, video and photography, Muñoz enters into a dialogue about life through

Nuestro ‘yo’ es un concepto completamente ilusorio. – William Burroughs Antes de que nuestra inocencia fuera perdida, es el título de la primera exposición individual de Eric Muñoz en Anonymous Gallery, donde aborda la reflexión en temas como la decadencia, la memoria y la soledad. En un análisis de lo mundano que incluye escultura, video y fotografía, Muñoz

Callejero

Callejero

Andrew Birk

Anonymous Gallery Ciudad de México, México 02/06/2016 – 03/26/2016

Andrew Birk is a fan of Mexico City. He’s been obsessively recording images with his phone for years. The pictures from his Instagram account (@andrewbirk) offer particular views and fragments of the city which seek to emphasize solutions of contemporary art and stand out as a persistence of painting. The latter is logical when you

Andrew Birk is a fan of Mexico City. He’s been obsessively recording images with his phone for years. The pictures from his Instagram account (@andrewbirk) offer particular views and fragments of the city which seek to emphasize solutions of contemporary art and stand out as a persistence of painting. The latter is logical when you

The Negative Hand The Negative Hand

The Negative Hand

Michael Berryhill, Andrew Birk, Jess Fuller, Ted Gahl, Sadie Laska and more

Anonymous Gallery Ciudad de México, México 07/18/2015 – 08/29/2015

Artists: Michael Berryhill, Andrew Birk, Jess Fuller, Ted Gahl, Sadie Laska, Jennie Jieun Lee, Sofia Leiby, Anthony Miller, Ken Okiishi, Josh Reames, Bill Saylor, Amy Sillman, Ross Simonini, Agathe Snow, Devin Troy Strother The Negative Hand examines a group of artists whose contexts and processes vary broadly, yet who are inextricably linked by the common thread of

Artistas: Michael Berryhill, Andrew Birk, Jess Fuller, Ted Gahl, Sadie Laska, Jennie Jieun Lee, Sofia Leiby, Anthony Miller, Ken Okiishi, Josh Reames, Bill Saylor, Amy Sillman, Ross Simonini, Agathe Snow, Devin Troy Strother The Negative Hand, examina a un grupo de artistas cuyo contexto y proceso creativo varían ampliamente y sin embargo están intrínsecamente unidos por