• Lea Porsager

    Lea Porsager

    Copenhagen, Denmark, b. 1981
    Lea Porsager’s artistic practice is one of speculative fabulation within esoteric and occult systems of ideas. Her mediums include film, sculpture, photography and text. While extensive research into chosen subject matters is a vital part of Porsager’s work, her objective is not to illustrate or explain spiritual concepts but to engage in mental, physical and social experiments. To do and undo through anarchy, entanglement, paranoia, nearness and “mad, non-violent speculation.”

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  • Enrique Ježik

    Enrique Ježik

    Córdoba, Argentina, b. 1961
    Enrique Ježik was born in Córdoba, Argentina, in 1961. He lives in Mexico City since 1990. Among his individual exhibitions are: 2014; Declaration made up of thirty-seven sculptures. Haroldo Conti Cultural Center. Buenos Aires; 2013. Casa Rafael Galván / Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Mexico DF.; Six actions. Museum of Art of Sinaloa. Culiacan, Mexico; 2012; Clearance. Fundación Alumnos 47. Mexico D.F.; 2011, Destroy, obstruct, hide. MUAC, Mexico D.F.; Lines of Division. Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, El Paso, USA; 2009 Practice (200 cartridges 12 gauge, 78 bullets 9 mm). Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, Mexico D.F.; Map and telescopic sight. Enrique Guerrero Gallery, Mexico. D.F.; 2008 What Comes from Outside Is Reinforced from Within. Center for Contemporary Art Meet Factory, Prague, Czech Republic; Violated Space. The Digital Arts Gallery. Exhibition online at www.digitalartsgallery.co.uk; 2007; Contemporary Art Museum. Oaxaca, Mexico; 2006 Tracking. Contemporary Cell. Mexico DF. In addition, his work has participated in the biennials of Mercosur (2003), Sao Paulo (2010) and Ljubljana (2011). His work focuses on an analysis and reflection on power, urban violence, war, the use of weapons and surveillance. His production investigates the aestheticization of violence and the manipulation of information by the media, using strategies that point to an exacerbation of traditional sculptural processes. For this, he uses a wide range of media, from drawing, sculpture and video to aggressive architectural interventions and media archaeology.

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  • Joanna Piotrowska

    Joanna Piotrowska

    Varsóvia, Polónia, b. 1983

    Joanna Piotrowska (Warsaw, Poland, 1983) lives and works in London. She mainly works with photography, but also film and performance. Joanna Piotrowska’s practice is characterized by the creation of very tense images that live in a dimension in- between the everyday situation and a strongly posed shooting. Each of the series of works is characterized by a conceptual base that informs the project and that dictated the process of shooting. The photographs often involve people that the artist know and that might have a certain relation between them, as it happens with the project FROWST, where the artist shot relatives reenacting as adults some situations lived as kids, and mixing to these posed a series of yoga practices that supposedly help the relationships in the family. The use of poses that belong to different manuals, from yoga to self defense, play a very important role in the artist’s practice, that deals with ties, boundaries, relationships, bodies and constrictions.

    Recent exibitions include: ‘Give Me Yesterday’, Fondazione Prada – Osservatorio, Milan (2016); ‘Frantic’, Madragoa, Lisbon (2016); ‘Jerwood/ Photoworks Awards 2015’, Impressions Gallery, Bradford and Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool (2016); ‘FROWST, Krakow Photomonth Festival 2015’,The Seweryn Udziela Ethnographic Museum, Krakow (2015); ‘s.w.a.l.k’, Project Space, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland (2014); ‘What love has to do with it’,Project Space, Hayward Gallery, London (2014). She recentrly got awarded the REDA Prize during Artissima 2016, and invited by Instituto Inclusartiz for a residency in Spring 2017 in Rio de Janeiro.

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  • Michael NYMAN

    Michael NYMAN

    Ciudad de México, México, b. 1944
    Michael Nyman (Londres, 1944) Michael Nyman es compositor, videoartista, escritor y cineasta. Reconocido por las bandas sonoras que ha compuesto para otras cineastas desde 1976, su trabajo visual ha emergido en los últimos cinco años como complemento a su proceso creativo. Ha grabado alrededor de sesenta películas, todas bajo el nombre de Cine Opera, que tratan sobre la cotidianidad del día a día y sus sucesos espontáneos, vistos desde el disciplinado punto de vista de un curioso. En septiembre de 2010, Nyman presentó su primer largometraje: Nyman with a Movie Camera, una reconstrucción plano a plano de la icónica man with a Movie Camera de Dziga Vertov, para la cual escribió en 2002 una imperativa banda sonora. NYman with a Movie Camera se ha mostrado en los Festivales de Cine de Toronto, Turín y Berlín, y algunas de las películas de Cine Opera se han proyectado en el Festival de Cine de Copenhague, BAFTA y en espacios para conciertos, cine y arte en Morelia, Ciudad de México, Estocolmo, Venecia, Moscú, Perm, Nottingham, Berlín, Sydney y Nueva York. Nyman ha colaborado con varios artistas contemporáneos como Bruce McLean, Mary Kelly y, más recientemente, con Kulug Ataman. En 2008 publicó Sublime, su primer libro de fotografía, el cual contiene más de dos mil imágenes de su archivo. En 2009 se presentó en De la Warr Pavillon, Bexbill-on-Sea, la mayor exposición en Reino Unido de su trabajo de fotografía y video. Michael Nyman también ha expuesto en diversas instituciones públicas como la Tate Modern, el Museo Reina Sofía y el Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York. www.michaelnyman.com

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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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Thomas Ruff

Thomas Ruff

Zell am Harmersbach, Germania, b. 1958
James hd Brown

James hd Brown

Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos, b. 1950
Edgar Orlaineta

Edgar Orlaineta

Mexico City, México, b. 1972
Aleksandar Zaar

Aleksandar Zaar

Mannheim, Alemania, b. 1971
Ugo Mulas

Ugo Mulas

Pozzolengo, BS, Italia, b. 1928
Iván Navarro

Iván Navarro

Santiago, Chile, b. 1972
Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri

Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1970
Elia Festa

Elia Festa

Milán, Italia, b. 1956
Carolyn Salas

Carolyn Salas

New York, NY, United States, b. 1979
Constantin Brancusi

Constantin Brancusi

Hobița, Hunedoara County, Romania, b. 1876
August Lohr

August Lohr

Múnich, Alemania, b. 1843
Michael Linares

Michael Linares

San Juan, Puerto Rico, b. 1979
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