Museums

Laboratorio Arte Alameda

The Laboratorio Arte Alameda focuses on media projects such as video, video installation, web art and interactive installations.

Founded in Mexico City by National Council for Culture and Arts (CONACULTA), through the National Arts Institute (INBA), Laboratorio Arte Alameda (LAA) is a space dedicated to the exhibition, documentation, production, and research of artistic practices that relate in some way to technology. Directed by Tania Aedo, its main interest is to promote a dialogue between different audiences and current artistic practices. Activities include exhibitions, video projections, experimental cinema, concerts, workshops, seminars, guided visits, multidisciplinary projects, and publications. LAA occupies a sixteenth-century building in Mexico City’s historical district.

The venue is currently closed for renovation after the earthquake occurred in Fall 2017.

Contacts & Details
OPENING:
tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, sun 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

CLOSING DAYS:
mon

T: +52 55 8647 5660
M: info.artealameda@gmail.com
W: Website

ADDRESS
Dr. Mora 7, Centro, Cuauhtémoc

ESTABLISHED
2000
Past Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Gilberto Esparza: Cultivos/Cultures
Cultures gathers three projects that make up the core of the researches that the artist Gilberto Esparza...
18 Nov 2015 - 21 Feb 2016
Exhibitions
Oliver Pietsch: From Here to Eternity
From Here to Eternity is a show of Oliver Pietsch’s video works of the past 13 years. The screen will...
10 Dec 2015 - 21 Feb 2016
Exhibitions
Dower Monica: The Swimming Pool Series
Laboratorio Arte Alameda presents the exhibition The Swimming Pool Series by Monica Dower. The project...
21 Jun 2016 - 07 Aug 2016
Exhibitions
Desplazamientos. Relatos de fotografía y migración / Photography and migration stories
Displacement seeks to see migration as an experience not only of social ruptures but of reconstructions....
08 Dec 2016 - 05 Feb 2017
Exhibitions
Erick Meyenberg: Un futuro anterior / An Earlier Future
After two years of artistic-curatorial research in collaboration with curator José Luis Barrios, the...
08 Dec 2016 - 05 Mar 2017