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Pabellón de las escaleras Pabellón de las escaleras

Pabellón de las escaleras

Mauricio Alejo, Gwladys Alonzo, Anahuacalli, Lorena Ancona, Ramiro Ávila, y más...

guadalajara90210 Ciudad de México 02/10/2019 – 03/31/2019

guadalajara90210 presents Pabellón de las escaleras, a collective exhibition morphing into a pavilion of stairs made by artists across disciplines—architecture, contemporary art and industrial design. The space is a building under-construction, with some parts open-top and a cemented labyrinth of apparent pipes. By welcoming any material, form and color, the exhibition becomes an experimental collective

Circe Irasema, Goose noose (Juego de la Oca I) (2019). Cuerda trenzada de fibra natural, madera, vellón siliconado y tela polar, medidas variables. ©Rubén Garay. Cortesía de guadalajara90210 Agnès Thurnauer, Sin título (2019). Impresión sobre papel, medidas variables. ©Rubén Garay. Cortesía de guadalajara90210 Ramiro Ávila, ¿Cómo es que mis manos se parecen a las tuyas? (Bebedero) (2016). Cerámica, estructura

El eje del mal

El eje del mal

Radamés "Juni" Figueroa, Adriana Lara, Adriana Martínez, and more...

Ruberta Los Angeles, California, USA 09/10/2017 – 10/22/2017

El eje del mal is the inaugural exhibition at Ruberta, a new collaborative exhibition space in Glendale shared by Galería Agustina Ferreyra (Mexico City / San Juan), Lodos (Mexico City), Proyectos Ultravioleta (Guatemala City), CARNE (Bogota), and BWSMX (Mexico City). Each year, Ruberta will play host to one group exhibition involving all of the participating

Installation view (Diego Salvador Rios, Radamés “Juni” Figueroa, Mariana Murcia). Image courtesy of Ruberta. Cristina Tufiño, Lady Joker, 2017. Cold-finished ceramic. 8” x 7” x 4”. Image courtesy of Ruberta. Cristina Tufiño, Laugh Now Cry Later, 2017. Vinyl on wall. Variable dimensions. Image courtesy of Ruberta. El eje del mal es la exposición con la que se

FORMASOBREFONDO FORMASOBREFONDO

FORMASOBREFONDO

Curated by Willy Kautz

Proyectos Monclova Mexico City 06/22/2017 – 09/02/2017

Artists: Ana Bidart, Sergio Camargo, Ulises Carrión, Helen Escobedo, Verónica Gerber Bicecci, On Kawara, Leo Marz, Paulo Monteiro, Gabriel de la Mora, Edgar Orlaineta, Mauro Piva, Sebastián Romo, José Luis Sánchez Rull, SANGREE, Fred Sandback, Marco Treviño, Ignacio Uriarte The exhibition FORMASOBREFONDO proposes a review of contemporary formalist aesthetics. This group exhibition is grounded in the

Vista de instalación en FORMASOBREFONDO, PROYECTOSMONCLOVA, Ciudad de México, 2017. Cortesía de PROYECTOSMONCLOVA. Foto: Rodrigo Viñas. Vista de instalación en FORMASOBREFONDO, PROYECTOSMONCLOVA, Ciudad de México, 2017. Cortesía de PROYECTOSMONCLOVA. Foto: Rodrigo Viñas Vista de instalación en FORMASOBREFONDO, PROYECTOSMONCLOVA, Ciudad de México, 2017. Cortesía de PROYECTOSMONCLOVA. Foto: Rodrigo Viñas Artistas: Ana Bidart, Sergio Camargo, Ulises Carrión, Helen Escobedo, Verónica Gerber

Piedra temporal Piedra temporal

Piedra temporal

SANGREE

Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros Mexico City, México 10/06/2016 – 02/12/2017

La obra del dúo de artistas mexicano SANGREE, se destaca por su imaginario idiosincrásico construido de estéticas tomadas de la cultura popular, el legado precolombino mexicano, las estrategias del espectáculo y los lenguajes visuales que se utilizan en las redes sociales y en la esfera publicitaria. La instalación que presentan en la Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Piedra temporal, toma

SANGREE by sangree, 2016. Instalación. Cortesía: Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros. Crédito de la foto: Ramiro Chaves SANGREE by sangree, 2016. Instalación. Cortesía: Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros. Crédito de la foto: Ramiro Chaves SANGREE by sangree, 2016. Instalación. Cortesía: Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros. Crédito de la foto: Ramiro Chaves La obra del dúo

Fingerprints of the Gods

Fingerprints of the Gods

SANGREE

Et al. etc. San Francisco, California, USA 07/23/2016 – 08/20/2016

Presented by Yautepec After the stars were formed in massive dense clouds of molecular hydrogen and the Earth’s crust had cooled, the unknown came rolling into our end of the milky way and our consciousness became aware. They came from the upper atmosphere, flesh and blood beings who were looked upon to have created plant

Presented by Yautepec After the stars were formed in massive dense clouds of molecular hydrogen and the Earth’s crust had cooled, the unknown came rolling into our end of the milky way and our consciousness became aware. They came from the upper atmosphere, flesh and blood beings who were looked upon to have created plant

Murmullos de la Tierra

Murmullos de la Tierra

SANGREE

Museo Universitario del Chopo Ciudad de México, México 07/02/2015 – 11/01/2015

This exhibition consists of a series of works that interweave the ancient past with the present via a process of historical misappropriation. Here, ancient columns are conflated with advertising gimmicks; pre-Hispanic ruins with teenage recreational spaces; and ancient sculptures with contemporary monuments. Much like “time capsules” found in archaeological excavations – which refer to specific

Esta exhibición está conformada por una serie de piezas que entrelazan el pasado remoto con el presente a partir de un proceso de malversación histórica. Aquí, columnas milenarias se confunden con dispositivos publicitarios; ruinas prehispánicas con espacios de recreación juvenil; y esculturas antiguas con monumentos contemporáneos. A la manera de las “cápsulas de tiempo” encontradas

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Adán de la Garza

Casa Maauad Ciudad de México, México 07/09/2015 – 07/30/2015

Casa Maauad and ArtPlant are pleased to present Back to the Future, a group exhibition including works by Christina Battle, Adán De La Garza, Cristina Ochoa, Dmitri Obergfell, and Sangree. Back to the Future is an experiment in production. Three artists from Denver, Colorado and three artists based in Mexico City were invited to work

Casa Maauad y ArtPlant tienen el gusto de presentar la exposición Back to the Future, una exposición colectiva incluyendo el trabajo de Christina Battle, Adán De La Garza, Cristina Ochoa, Dmitri Obergfell y Sangree. Back to the Future es un experimento en producción. Invitamos a tres artistas de Denver, Colorado y tres artistas con sede

now what

now what

Curated by Brett W. Schultz

Gildar Gallery Denver, Colorado, USA 06/11/2015 – 07/18/2015

Artists: Debora Delmar Corp, Francisco Cordero Oceguera, Alex DeCarli, Adrienne Garbini, Natalia Ibáñez Lario, Adriana Lara, Theo Michael, Dmitri Obergfell, Zach Reini, SANGREE There’s a thin line between TED and fiction. Last week I went to see my shrink. I told him, I’m thinking about becoming a Futurist. He said, that’s fantastic news, I’ll take next week’s payment in advance. I was having panic attacks about

Artists: Debora Delmar Corp, Francisco Cordero Oceguera, Alex DeCarli, Adrienne Garbini, Natalia Ibáñez Lario, Adriana Lara, Theo Michael, Dmitri Obergfell, Zach Reini, SANGREE There’s a thin line between TED and fiction. Last week I went to see my shrink. I told him, I’m thinking about becoming a Futurist. He said, that’s fantastic news, I’ll take next week’s payment in advance. I was having panic attacks about