• 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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  • Letícia Ramos

    Letícia Ramos

    São Paulo - SP, Brasil, b. 1976
    LETÍCIA RAMOS born in Santo António da Patrulha, Brazil, in 1976; lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil. She graduated in Architecture and Urbanism at the UFRG, in Rio Grande do Sul and in Cinema at the FAAP in S.Paulo.   Her artistic research focuses on creating photographic apparatus adequate for capturing and reconstructing movement and presenting it through video, photography and installation. With a particular interest in the science of fiction, chance, as well as experimentation with photography and the artistic process, are directions which can be seen in her work.   She has been presenting solo and group exhibitions in several public and private institutions around the world, such as: Tate Modern, London (2007); Centro de Arte Pivô, São Paulo (2013); Itaú Cultural, São Paulo (2009); Centro Cultural São Paulo (2010); Museu Colecção Berardo, Lisbon (2014) ; Instituto Tokie Ohtake, São Paulo (2014) and CAPC – Musée d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France.   Letícia has won important prizes and artistic grants such as Prémio Marc Ferréz and participated in several artistic residences, including The Artic Circle (2011), aboard a sailboat towards the North Pole. The photographic work produced during this expedition was the winner of the prize Brasil Fotografia – pesquisas contemporâneas (2012). In 2013, she has participated in the Islan Session program of the 9th  Mercosul Biennial. In 2014, she was nominated for the Photography Grant of the Instituto Moreira Salles, with which she developed the research “MICROFILME” and won the international photography prize BES Photo. Recently Letícia was awarded with Artistic Grant of Fundación Botin (Spain) for developing the project “Historia Universal de los Terremotos” and was one of the finalists of the PIPA 2015 prize, being nominated again for the PIPA 2016.   Her work is present in several public collections, such as: MAM- Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, Brazil; MAR – Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, Brazil; MAC – Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil;  Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Nouveau Musée National de Monaco.

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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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  • GABINETE HOMO-EXTRATERRESTRE

    GABINETE HOMO-EXTRATERRESTRE

    Guadalajara, Mexico, b. 2013
    Gabinete Homo-Extraterrestre (G.H-E.) is a collective made up of eight Mexican artists: José Luis Sánchez Rull (1964), Estban Aldrete (1984), Cristian Franco (1980), Bayrol Jiménez (1984), Edgar Cobián (1978), Emanuel Tovar (1974), Enrique Nuño (1975), and also includes the work of its founder and curator, Daniel Guzmán (1964).

    Founded by Guzmán in 2014, describes the project as beginning with work centered on drawing, but then organically evolving into a revision of primitive “gnostic” thought with parallel references to phenomena including: UFOs, ghosts, and religious sects from the end of the century.  The artists agreed to generate a collective experience regardless of age, curriculum, and background as it is the principle idea to make creative actions in life that can give rise to several interesting projects without prejudice to the individual work. The collaboration results in a diverse and prolific body of work that remains viscerally compelling and characterizes their active and ongoing dialogue concerning spirituality, religion, art, and music.

    The collective emerged during the process of the exhibition, La Llamada del Dios Extraño, at Páramo in Guadalajara, Mexico in November 2014. For the collaboration each of the artists contributed performances, video, music, sculpture, mixed media and drawings. The second iteration resulted at El Museo de los Pintores Oaxaqueños in Oaxaca in July 2015. The third exhibition, Destroy All Your Humanity, was an Off-Site Páramo project presented at The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, in July 2016. The show was mentioned most recently in Frieze and reviewed on Artnet, Vice, and KCRW radio.

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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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Ulises Carrión

Ulises Carrión

San Andrés Tuxtla, México, b. 1941
Marcolina Dipierro

Marcolina Dipierro

Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina., b. 1978
Pablo López Luz

Pablo López Luz

Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1979
Peter Buggenhout

Peter Buggenhout

Dendermonde, Bélgica, b. 1963
Tercerunquinto

Tercerunquinto

Mexico City, México, b. 1996
Mauricio Limón

Mauricio Limón

Ámsterdam, Países Bajos, b. 1979
Edgar Negret

Edgar Negret

Popayán - Cauca, Colombia, b. 1920
Alfredo Castañeda

Alfredo Castañeda

México, b. 1938
Tobias Zielony

Tobias Zielony

Wuppertal, Germania, b. 1973
Edgar Orlaineta

Edgar Orlaineta

Mexico City, México, b. 1972
Alfredo Jaar

Alfredo Jaar

Santiago del Chile, Cile, b. 1956
Mauro Giaconi

Mauro Giaconi

Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, b. 1977
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