Laura Honse Open Studio

By Lotta Gold Reiter

The American artist Laura Honse will open her home to the public this Saturday. She works in photography and collage. Her most recent work is a collage 150 cm x 85 cm called “Mexican Landscape,” made with original images from the book Gray’s Anatomy. It is a reflection on the recent disappearance of the 43 students from Iguala in which protestors were saying “What does a country reap, when it sows corpses?” Laura Honse was born in the US but raised overseas in Australia, New Zealand, Bahamas, Uruguay, and Brazil. She returned to the US when she was 17 to study at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she graduated with a BFA after studying painting and photography. After living in New York and San Francisco, she moved to Europe and eventually opened a gallery in Hamburg for exhibiting her photography. Three years ago, she relocated to Mexico and now has made her home in San Miguel de Allende. She has exhibited internationally and currently has a show at El Nigromante Bellas Artes, “Paradise Lost,” which will be open until February 2. On February 8, one of her photographs will be up for auction at the Contemporary Art Show in the Rosewood Hotel.

Laura Honse Open Studio
Sat, Jan 24, 2-6pm
Cuesta de San José 42, Casa 6
Colonia Azteca
415 119-0405 or 152 2843
Free entrance

We look forward to seeing you with cocktails and hors d’oeuvre. For more information please contact:

Please use the back entrance on calle Cuautémoc, which is the street to the left after passing Cuesta de San José 42, a small red metal door. There is usually plenty of free parking on Cuesta de San José or Calle Cuautémoc.


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