The exhibition at Museum of Modern Art (MAM) presents the work of Kazuya Sakay following four thematic clusters: “From New York to Mexico”, with strategies close to pop and color field painting; “Plural”, showing his work as one of the members of Plural Magazine; “Undulations”, with frames and colors alluding to music, suggesting kinesthetic qualities; “Sakai and the Mexican geometries”, presenting his work as curator. Sakai’s sounding repertory is the axis in the curatorial proposal of Daniel Garza Usabiaga.
Museo Tamayo presents a Tacita Dean solo show, English artist who lives and works in Berlin. Trained as a painter, Dean mostly works with16 or 35 mm analogue film: the quality of the film allows her to operate on it, in a working process directed... Read More
Andrea Fraser’s work is an on-going investigation of what we want from art. Since the mid-1980s, Fraser has used performance, video, text and a range of other forms to explore the motivations of artists, collectors, gallerists, patrons, and... Read More
The exhibition is a selection from John and Colette Lilly Collection, it includes photography, video, animation and yarn tables from the cultures: Mazateca and Wirrárika (Hichol). One of the greatest right of John Lilly Jr. was the adaptation... Read More
Enrique Guerrero Gallery presents Carolina Ponte‘s solo show “E o silêncio? [And the silence?]”: in the chaotic globalized world, Carolina Ponte wants to create a space of silence and contemplation. Presenting works characterized... Read More