Mexico City - Exhibition

Realidad Programada: La Vida Y El Arte En La Televisión

Museo Jumex Arte Contemporáneo

15 Nov 201824 Mar 2019

The exhibition highlights the practice of artists from all over the world who work taking as reference the history of television and its diverse impact on everyday life. “Realidad Programada (Scheduled Reality)” presents installations, photographs, sculptures and videos which involve this medium in turn as an object, means of communication and subject of the works, examining the different roles it can assume in daily life. The title of the exhibition refers to recent theories in the field of cultural studies that investigate how television reflects real life on the screen and simultaneously it shapes contemporary experience and behaviour, in particular through the proliferation of reality shows and social networks.

 

  • "Realidad Programada" Exhibition VIew, 2018, Museo Jumex Arte Contemporáneo, Photo Credit Abigail Enzaldo and Emilio García

Curators

Contacts & Details

OPENING:
tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, sun 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

CLOSING DAYS:
mon

ADMISSION:
General admission: $50; Mexican citizens: $30, Concession: $15 pesos; Free on Sunday

ESTABLISHED:
2013

SPACE:
2500 m2

OWNER/DIRECTOR:
González Julieta


T: +5255 5395 2615; +5255 5395 2618 M: info@museojumex.org W: Fundación Jumex
ADDRESS:
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303, Colonia Granada Mexico City, 11529 Mexico