Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Secret and the Abiding Politics of Stones The Secret and the Abiding Politics of Stones

The Secret and the Abiding Politics of Stones

Curated by Chris Sharp

Casa del Lago Ciudad de México, México 10/22/2015 – 02/14/2016

Artists: Jimmie Durham, Dominique Ghesquière, Irene Kopelman, Jochen Lempert, Helen Mirra, Kate Newby, Mandla Reuter, Francisco Tropa and Saúl Villa. The Secret and Abiding Politics of Stones is an exhibition on one of the most humble, purportedly inartistic and therefore valueless materials in existence: stones. It features artworks that are either composed of stones, depict stones

Artistas: Jimmie Durham, Dominique Ghesquière, Irene Kopelman, Jochen Lempert, Helen Mirra, Kate Newby, Mandla Reuter, Francisco Tropa y Saúl Villa. La secreta y perdurable política de las piedras es una exposición sobre uno de los materiales más humildes, supuestamente inartísticos y por consiguiente, carentes de valor, en toda la existencia: la piedra. Se presentan obras de

Under Construction Under Construction

Under Construction

Naama Tsabar

Páramo Galería Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 05/29/2015 – 07/18/2015

    We are pleased to present our first exhibition, “Under Construction”, with our new gallery name: Páramo. Páramo is a high, tropical, montane vegetation existing above the continuous timberline. Considered to be evolutionary hot spots, Páramos are among the fastest evolving ecosystems on Earth. To this point, Páramo Galería was founded to present exhibitions of emerging and

    Nos complace anunciar nuestra primera exposición, “Under Construction”, con el nuevo nombre de la galería: Páramo. El páramo es un ecosistema tropical de montaña que se desarrolla por encima de la línea del bosque y tiene su límite en las nieves perpetuas. Considerado como puntos calientes evolutivos, son algunas de las regiones que poseen una evolución

SOME / THINGS SOME / THINGS

SOME / THINGS

Proyectos Monclova Ciudad de México, México 11/12/2014 – 01/17/2015

With Helene Appel, Bianca Brunner, Ryan Gander, Fernanda Gomes, Marie Lund, Josephine Meckseper, Helen Mirra, Andreas Slominski, Franz Erhard Walther, and Nicole Wermers What really matters is that we open our eyes to the fact that the workliness of the work, the equipmentality of equipment, and the thingliness of the thing come nearer to us only

Con Helene Appel, Bianca Brunner, Ryan Gander, Fernanda Gomes, Marie Lund, Josephine Meckseper, Helen Mirra, Andreas Slominski, Franz Erhard Walther, y Nicole Wermers What really matters is that we open our eyes to the fact that the workliness of the work, the equipmentality of equipment, and the thingliness of the thing come nearer to us only