• Pedro Coronel

    Pedro Coronel

    Zacatecas, México, b. 1923
    Estudió pintura y escultura en La Esmeralda (1940-1945). Durante su estancia en París frecuentó los talleres del pintor Victor Brauner y del escultor Constantin Brâncuşi que influyeron en gran medida su proceso artístico (1945). Su primera exposición individual (1954) fue en la Galería Proteo, Ciudad de México, donde su exposición llamó la atención al Premio Nobel mexicano, Octavio Paz. Más tarde exhibió en Francia, Italia, Japón, Estados Unidos y Brasil. En su último periodo que vivió en París su arte mostró, diferentes facetas (dibujos) subyugando en el erotismo de las formas naturales, de una apreciable madurez estética y artística. En 1984 recibió el Premio Nacional de Ciencias y Artes en el área de Bellas Artes. El 23 de mayo de 1985 a las 18.00 murió a causa de un derrame cerebral a la edad de 62 años. En la nave mayor del Palacio de Bellas Artes, de la Ciudad de México se le rindió homenaje póstumo. Le hicieron la primera guardia de honor, el presidente mexicano Miguel de la Madrid (1982-1988), el secretario de Educación Pública, Miguel González Avelar y el Director General de Bellas Artes Javier Barros. A su cuerpo se le dio cristiana sepultura en el Panteón Francés de San Joaquín. Un año más tarde sus restos fueron trasladados a la ciudad de Zacatecas que le vio nacer, para ser depositados en el patio del museo que lleva su nombre, el día 25 de mayo de 1986.

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  • Teresa Serrano

    Teresa Serrano

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1936
    Teresa Serrano (Mexico City, 1936-) Lives and works in New York and Mexico City. 2015  Teresa Serrano, Museo Amparo, Puebla México 2014 Albur de Amor, Museo Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz, País Vasco, España 2013 Desenlace: Teresa Serrano y Miguel Angel Rios, Oi Futuro, Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 2012 Albur de Amor, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno CAAM, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España 2010 Sin llegar a Ser Palabra, EDS GALERIA, Mexico City

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  • Sara Chang Yan

    Sara Chang Yan

    Lisbon, Portugal, b. 1982

    Sara Chang Yan (Lisbon, Portugal, 1982) lives and works in Lisbon. Her artistic practice is focused on drawing and investigates the spatial potentialities of the sheet of paper, not treated as a two-dimensional surface but as a field that actively responds to her interventions and gestures. Dots, lines, geometrical shapes and clusters of signs, traced by pencil or watercolour, are the transcription of an intimate vision that becomes concrete on the paper support, which is also marked by holes, cuts, and by the removal of thin layers of paper itself. Through this interplay of solids and voids, the artist underlines the lightness and fragility of the material and at the same time, instead of merely considering it as the plane of representation, the sheet is charged with a new sculptural force.

    Recent exibitions include: ‘Escuto o Silencîo, Fala interiro e com Precisão’, Madragoa (2016); ‘Álibi’, EspaçoAZ, Lisbon (2015); ‘Getting Lost’, Fundación Botín, Villa Iris, Santander (2015); ‘Phonambient Sound Maps’, Sonoscopia, Casa da Música, Porto (2015). In 2015 she was awarded with the Prémio Artes Visuais para Jovens Criadores, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. In 2016 she participated in Open Sessions 7: Hibernating Plan at the Drawing Center in New York.

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  • Eduardo Terrazas

    Eduardo Terrazas

    Guadalajara, Mexico / Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1936
    Eduardo Terrazas’s learned practice spans architecture, art, and design, achieving a lively mix of geometric study and handcraft. Using an approach that marries South American folk art and European avant-garde influences, Terrazas has produced more than 600 works over 45 years. He first became interested in folk art as a museographer, later collaborating with the Huichol, a native Indian ethnic group. His architectural training has led him to develop many projects in Mexican cities, while his design background informed his work as a collaborator on the design of the visual identity for the 1968 Summer Olympics.

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Each year ZONAMACO, Latin America’s most important contemporary art fair, brings collectors, specialists and galleries from every part of the world to Mexico City. Founded by Zélika García in 2002, ZONAMACO has established itself as one of the most notable platforms for selling, displaying, and promoting international contemporary art in the region.

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Francisco Larios

Francisco Larios

Monterrey, México, b. 1960
Arnulf Rainer

Arnulf Rainer

Baden bei Wien, Austria, b. 1929
Pilar Albarracín

Pilar Albarracín

Sevilla, España, b. 1968
Perla KRAUZE

Perla KRAUZE

Ciudad de México, México, b. 1953
Gabriel de la Mora

Gabriel de la Mora

Mexico City, México, b. 1968
Bruno Gruppalli

Bruno Gruppalli

Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, b. 1984
Iván Navarro

Iván Navarro

Santiago, Chile, b. 1972
Marcin Dudek

Marcin Dudek

Kraków, Poland, b. 1979
Raúl Anguiano

Raúl Anguiano

Guadalajara, México, b. 1915
Teresa Serrano

Teresa Serrano

Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1936
Alice Rahon

Alice Rahon

Quingey, Francia, b. 1904
Raymundo Sesma

Raymundo Sesma

San Cristóbal de las Casas, México, b. 1954
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