• Raul Ortega Ayala

    Raul Ortega Ayala

    Wellington, Región de Wellington, Nueva Zelanda, b. 1973
    Raúl Ortega Ayala (1973) studied Painting at ‘La Esmeralda’ in Mexico City after which he traveled to the Glasgow School of Art for a Master in Fine Arts. He then moved to London, where he worked for five years on various research projects. During his masters degree, he moved away from painting and veered his practice towards Anthropology and began working with the ethnographic method of ‘participant observation.’ Since then, he has purposefully immersed himself for periods of one or two years in various different contexts such as the office world, food and gardening, resulting in three different series titled: Bureaucratic Sonata, An Ethnography on Gardening, and Food for Thought. He is currently exploring other methodologies used in History and Archaeology for an ongoing series ‘From the Pit of Etc.’ devoted to the concept of absence, trace, and iconoclasm. Ortega Ayala is currently living and working in Wellington, New Zealand. Recent group exhibitions include ‘Stirring the Pot of Story’ at the Delfina Foundation in London, ‘Silent Light’ at Dürst Britt & Mayhew, ‘True Story’ at Proyectos Monclova in Mexico City and ‘Yes Naturally’ at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag in The Hague. Solo exhibitions include ‘Living Remains’ at Stroom Den Haag and ‘Melting Pots’ at Rokeby Gallery in London. Work by Ortega Ayala is held in private and public collections, including the David Roberts Art Foundation, the AkzoNobel Art Foundation and the VandenBroek Foundation.

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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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  • Jan Hendrix

    Jan Hendrix

    Maasbree, Países Bajos, b. 1949
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  • Julien Creuzet

    Julien Creuzet

    Paris, France, b. 1986
    Un artista antilles que encarna creollización del mundo a través de sus ‘’ obras-Islas ‘’ y su ‘’ ope- ra-archipiélago ‘’. Nacido en 1986, Julien Creuzet es un artista que viene de «todas partes» . El es uno de esos «ma- giciens de terre «*, creador de formas de mundo, de pequeños fragmentos de obras-islas que funcionan como archipielagos. Detras de este casi haiku, toda la poesia de su trabajo anuncia sus origenes antilleses, la referencia a Édouard Glissant y la exposicion ‘‘Les magiciens de la terre’’ de Jean-Hubert Martin, que en 1989 incluyó por primera vez el caribe en el mapeo del arte contemporáneo. La geografía discontinua del Caribe, donde Julien Creuzet creció, parece haber estructurado profundamente su trabajo. Obra constituida de conjuntos a la ves compuestos y fusionados, objetos aglomerados, fotografías, videos emergen como planos – suelo, bancos, mesas, pantallas – y se despliegan sobre un vasto territorio – el estudio, la calle, la exposición – cuyos limites son borrosos y se extienden hasta el propio artista, la síntesis viva de esta multitud: Opera – archipielago.

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Daniel Robert Hunziker

Daniel Robert Hunziker

Walenstadt, Schweiz, b. 1965
Anthony Caro

Anthony Caro

New Malden, Reino Unido, b. 1924
Dannielle Tegeder

Dannielle Tegeder

New York, NY, United States, b. 1971
Adrián Balseca

Adrián Balseca

Quito, Pichincha, Equador, b. 1989
Pipo Hernandez Rivero

Pipo Hernandez Rivero

Telde, España, b. 1966
Francisco Larios

Francisco Larios

Monterrey, México, b. 1960
James hd Brown

James hd Brown

Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos, b. 1950
Ignacio Bahna

Ignacio Bahna

Santiago, Chile, b. 1980
Roberto Montenegro 

Roberto Montenegro 

Guadalajara, México, b. 1887
Alice Rahon

Alice Rahon

Quingey, Francia, b. 1904
Carlos Motta

Carlos Motta

Bogotá, Colômbia, b. 1978
Eduardo Terrazas

Eduardo Terrazas

Mexico City, México, b. 1936
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