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AKI AORA 2019: AKA YA

Curated by Sally Montes and Sasha Galitzine

Tulum, Quintana Roo, México 03/01/2019 – 03/10/2019

Stay present is the phrase that reads on a sign posted just after the short stretch of public beach in Tulum. What follows is an extensive private beach area, run by several establishments called eco chic. Meanwhile, the other side of the sign reads Embrace the mystery, that seductive invitation hides a kind of warning, which

1 de marzo 2019, Tulum. INVASORIX, ¡Métale la mano a su puesto V.I.P!. Proyección/performance callejero. Foto: Tasya Menaker. Imagen cortesía de AKI AORA Sebastián Terrones, Del paraíso terrenal al #paradise. Foto: Tasya Menaker. Imagen cortesía de AKI AORA Wendy Cabrera Rubio y Josué Mejía en Apocalipto: el estilo Maya aplicado a las artes auxiliares. Inauguración de la galería

Configurations Configurations

Configurations

Katinka Bock, Guillaume Leblon, Gabriel Rico

IK LAB Tulum, Yucatán, México 12/23/2018 – 01/31/2019

Alchemical forces, ephemeral transformations, surreal transitions and post-apocalyptic ruins are just some of the themes explored in Configurations, which opened on September 23, at the contemporary art space, IK LAB, founded by Roth (Eduardo Neira). Curated by Claudia Paetzold, Configurations presents a selection of work by Franco-German artist Katinka Bock, whose recent presentation at Manifesta in Palermo, Sicily, evocatively uses

Installation view. Guillaume Leblon, Portrait (2016), for Configurations at IK LAB, 2018. Courtesy of IK LAB Installation view. Guillaume Leblon, Abandoned Window (2018), for Configurations at IK LAB, 2018. Courtesy of IK LAB IK LAB, 2018. Courtesy of Fernando Artigas Architect / Photographer Alchemical forces, ephemeral transformations, surreal transitions and post-apocalyptic ruins are just some of the