Gallery BWSMX hosts the first solo exhibition in Mexico City of Australian artist Thomas Jeppe. Born in 1984 in Australia, Jeppe engages the social histories around cultural production, through painting, sculpture, publishing and recurring references to vernacular aesthetics. His pieces depart from accurate researches and processes of reconstruction, also conveying a critical message. Jeppe’s list of shows include, among others: Asian Aquiline, Sketch London (2014); Lost in Connotation, Conradi Hamburg (2014); Picture Movement, Utopian Slumps Melbourne (2014); Chateau Plais, The Duck Berlin (2014); Canary Comfortable, Die Diele Zurich (2014); Compass Trouble, Curro & Poncho Guadalajara (2014); Abstract Journalism, 032c Workshop Berlin (2014); Spring Revue, Utopian Slumps Melbourne (2014); Driving Fast Nowhere, Polansky Prague (2013); Primavera, Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney (2013); Wet on Wet, Weingrüll Karlsruhe (2013).
Thomas Jeppe: Cabrón Footprint, 04 Feb 2019 — 05 Apr 2019
BWSMX, Melchor Ocampo 154-A, Col. San Rafael, Del. Cuauhtemoc