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Norton Maza Shows at YAM Gallery

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By Marie Moébius YAM Gallery is proud to inaugurate Norton Maza’s next exhibition on Thursday, November 16. This solo show is the result of the gallery’s wish to be part of the creation process and to work as close as possible to the artist production. This is the reason why YAM has been providing a [...]

The Ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah: From Memory to Oblivion, Paintings, and Engravings

Joel Audefroy, La intercesión de Abraham

By Rita Pascacio   Who knows the white but stays in the black is the measure of the world —Tao-Tö-King   We present a plastic artist who seems to try to exorcise his knowledge, doubts, aptitudes, and concerns around biblical myths, using his architectural knowledge, as he is, in fact, an architect. “What worries you?” [...]

Something Old Meets Something New: Presenting Galería Nuvo de Pozos

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By Don Sibley Sunday, November 5, marked the beginning of Galería Nuvo de Pozos. Located inside the historic Escuela Modelo in Mineral de Pozos, a Pueblo Mágico, the gallery’s inaugural collective exhibition features prominent artists from San Miguel, as well as others throughout México and the US. Local visitors will recognize some familiar artist’s names, [...]

Anomalies

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By Kathleen Cammarata An anomaly deviates from what is normal or expected and is not easily classified. In art, an anomaly refers to an element or a relationship that differs from the other dominating features of the painting or sculpture. Maureen Morris and Kathleen Cammarata are addressing this difference in an exhibition playing off each [...]

Gallery Weekend in Mexico City: #REACTIVATEMEXICO

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By Marie Moébius In 2017, Gallery Weekend Mexico City celebrates its fifth birthday. Based on a concept developed in other big metropolises like Brussels, Berlin, and Barcelona, the event proposes to gather on one weekend the openings of the best art spaces in town. In Mexico City, more than 40 galleries will open their gates [...]

Galería Casa Diana Features Recent Works by Miguel Ángel Morales

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By Alexandra Long The new exhibition at Galería Casa Diana will feature recent works by Miguel Ángel Morales, showcasing paintings and sculptures that speak of man and his environment in a cycle of permanent construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction, Throughout his career, Morales has developed his own symbolic language: art that speaks to the primal origins [...]

The Language Archive/El Archivo de Idiomas

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By Julia Cho With Spanish translation by Octavio Solis In these days of conflict among nations, talk of keeping people out, keeping people in, and viewing one’s neighbors as strangers, what does “communication” mean? How do we speak to one another so that we are really, really heard? So that we really, really listen? The [...]

La Otra Cara de Mexico Mask Museum and Gallery

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By Barbara Erickson The La Otra Cara de Mexico Mask Museum and Gallery is celebrating Day of the Dead this year with three special events: Oaxacan Folk Art Exhibit and Sale with Jacobo Mendoza, winner of Mexico FONART’s first prize for weaving and natural dye, and Blanca Gomez, folk carving and painting; a traditional altars [...]

Day of the Dead at Fábrica la Aurora

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By Edward Swift Because Mexicans are now living in many parts of the world, the Day of the Dead is celebrated in almost every corner of the globe, but nowhere will you find the celebrations more elaborate than here in Mexico where it all began. On Saturday, October 28, from 5 to 8pm, Fábrica la [...]

Victor Hugo Perez: The Divine Comedy

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By Margaret Failoni Born in Guadalajara where he lives and works, Victor Hugo Pedrez’s work is difficult to define according to today’s standards. Someone once described it as a heady well shaken cocktail of equal portions of Basquiat and Picasso with a pinch of Phillip Guston, a pinch of Karel Appel and a pinch or [...]

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