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Archive for: October, 2015

El Último Baile

Por Karen Ocampo La inmortalidad pareciera irrepresentable, incluso más que la propia muerte. Y lo interesante de este concepto es que nadie puede poseerla sin haber pasado antes por la mortalidad. Casi todos los entes inmortales que la mente ha logrado idear, los vampiros como los zombies, y hasta el mismo Jesús, deben morir antes [...]

The New Mexican Designers: Bazaar of Alternative Design

By Jade Arroyo Being a designer does not always mean glamour or labels with high prices. There are times when you have to take risks to innovate and to join forces in order to attract the public, especially when starting from scratch. The bazaars combine the innovative design, aesthetics, and economics to create new platforms [...]

Day of the Dead Art Walk

By Edward Swift Fábrica la Aurora will celebrate the Day of the Dead at the Art Walk on Saturday, October 31, from 5-8pm. Most of the galleries and businesses will display altars, and some of the galleries are planning special exhibitions. Art Art Walk in Celebration of Day of the Dead Sat, Oct 31, 5-8pm [...]

Waking From the Dream of Death

By Misha Lipsky It would take a genius to calculate the odds of Hubble-telescope photographs of distant galaxies intersecting with photographs of mummies from Guanajuato in the same visual space, but those odds are delightfully defied in the most recent work of artist Jod Lourie. That intersection of unlikely images is not, however, a matter [...]

Merry Calderoni–Painting in Reverse

By Edward Swift The Merry Calderoni studio/gallery will celebrate the Day of the Dead, as will all the other galleries in Fábrica la Aurora, during the October 31 Art Walk. As in years past, the Calderoni Gallery will create a special altar honoring the life of a friend, family member, or a known artist. Art [...]

Mai Onno: “Primordial Vision” at Carral Espacio, Fábrica la Aurora

By Marilo Carral Cati Demme writes of Mai Onno’s recent work, “These are not merely paint on canvas; they are doorways, entrances, to a discrete yet universal vision which exist in its own dimension … Primordial form, sweeping gesture, sagacious, dancing line … redolent color: oozing red, bubbling effervescent green, luminous liquid yellow, rising blue [...]

Yui Sakamoto: Surrealism with Mexican Iconography

By Margaret Failoni In an era where everything has gone global, we should not be surprised that a gifted young Japanese artist creates pulsatingly surreal visions of gloom and doom married to a sensuous Mexican iconography. But like the Mexican Day of the Dead festivities, the doom becomes an excitingly glorious bacchanal with dancing devils [...]

Despertando del Sueño de la Muerte

Por Viridiana Gutiérrez Como artista siempre me he sentido atraída a las cosas que otras personas miran de lejos, por supuesto me fasciné con las momias de Guanajuato cuando me mudé a México. Ellas parecían atrapadas entre la tierra y el cielo al que nunca se les permitió desintegrarse de nuevo en su composición esencial [...]

Historias del fin del mundo

Por Felipe Mujica Historias del fin del mundo, exposición curada por Leonardo Ramírez Cartier, recopila obra de el artista plástico Juan Jorge Prado Durán que partir del año 2006 y después de participar en diferentes exposiciones colectivas y tres individuales (“El barrio de la Alegría”, “Sin luz” y “Serie B”) las inquietudes de Juan Jorge [...]

Sterling Quest Jewelry School Shows Student Work at YAM Gallery

By Marie Moébius Sterling Quest jewelry school is the heart of metalsmith design and production education in San Miguel. Many students have found their calling in this workshop and become recognized jewelry artists. Students come from all over the world and for a myriad of reasons, but time spent at Sterling Quest consistently makes a [...]

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