Fabrica la Aurora’s Cultural Center Celebrates in Style

By Karla Ortiz

On Saturday, February 3rd, the Cultural Center of Art and Design at Fábrica la Aurora celebrated its 14th anniversary with style.

Once a textile factory, it has now become a place that houses the art of local, national, and international artists. Hundreds of people came to celebrate, dance, laugh for a while with their friends. Many others took a piece of art home.

Each gallery offered margaritas, wine, mezcal, tequila, beer and snacks, although the party really belonged to everyone, creating a conviviality around all its corridors.

The group Luz y Sombra and their little El Maraquero Reyes, traveled around all the corridors, surprising many attendees, getting several of them to dance. While in the main courtyard, beside the cafeteria were Miel de Abeja and his Charandon, another group that had everyone dancing to the rhythm of cumbia and salsa.

Some galleries showed off with their new exhibitions, such is the case of Pineda Covalin with his room full of cob leaves, giant images of corn diversity, and designs based on the Mexican gold seed. Another must-see was the Timo Dark Room, with creative projections on stones, dry leaves and old doors.

More than 50 galleries exhibited great works in oil paintings, sculpture, carving, jewelry, or interventions, the most detailed, eccentric and conceptual of art, which we can find in this collection of contemporary art galleries, fashion, furniture, design and decoration shops, antiques and art studios, most bigger in Mexico.

 

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