• Ugo Mulas

    Ugo Mulas

    Pozzolengo, BS, Italia, b. 1928

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  • Alain Séchas

    Alain Séchas

    Colombes, France, b. 1955
    Once described by the critic Jeff Rian as ” a grandchild of Freud and Disney, child of Modernism and Pop art, a first generation of TV baby, artistic cousin of Mike Kelley and Charles Ray, and one of France’s best artists “, Séchas’s work has been exhibited in solo shows at institutions such as MAMCO, Geneva, Le Palais de Tokyo and Musée Bourdelle in Paris, at Kunstmuseum Bonn.. His recent works and an older sculpture were exhibited in 2016 at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. http://www.alainsechas.com/ https://www.laurentgodin.com/alain-schas

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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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  • Moris (Israel Meza Moreno)

    Moris (Israel Meza Moreno)

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1978
    His work revolves around themes that address representation, social and subjective agency, urban issues and marginal cultures often taken for granted in mainstream society. Informed by constant field work, the issues Moris’ researches have been an intrinsic part of his daily life since childhood, and pertinent to both his personal and professional formation. The street and social space in general are his laboratory for investigating issues, gathering data, analyzing visual cultures, and vernacular aesthetics. Observing, integrating, and learning the diverse social codes of the urban underclass and underworld; their spoken dialects and semiotics; their strategies for survival; and informal use of aesthetics in their environments in order to make daily life more humane and dignified are the driving ethos for Moris’ work. His work is part of many important public and private collections worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), Los Angeles, La Colección Jumex, Mexico City, and FEMSA Collection, Monterrey Mexico. Major exhibitions include “Mi casa es tu casa”, Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND), MOCA Geffen Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA.; “Un animal pierde la vida porque otro tiene hambre (An animal dies because another is hungry)”, Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City, Mexico and has been a representative at the 9th Havana Biennale, Havana, Cuba and the 30th São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil in 2012.

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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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Haim Steinbach

Haim Steinbach

Rehovot, Israël, b. 1944
Edgar Negret

Edgar Negret

Popayán - Cauca, Colombia, b. 1920
Aleksandar Zaar

Aleksandar Zaar

Mannheim, Alemania, b. 1971
Ricardo Alcaide

Ricardo Alcaide

Caracas, Hauptstadtdistrikt, Venezuela, b. 1967
Darío Escobar

Darío Escobar

Guatemala City, Guatemala, b. 1971
Daniela Libertad

Daniela Libertad

Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1983
Ugo Mulas

Ugo Mulas

Pozzolengo, BS, Italia, b. 1928
Terry Haggerty

Terry Haggerty

London, Vereinigtes Königreich, b. 1970
Javier Peláez

Javier Peláez

Mexico City, México, b. 1976
Anna Virnich

Anna Virnich

Berlín, Alemania, b. 1984
Carlos Mérida

Carlos Mérida

Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, b. 1891
Eduardo Terrazas

Eduardo Terrazas

Guadalajara, Mexico / Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1936
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