• Mauricio Limón

    Mauricio Limón

    Ámsterdam, Países Bajos, b. 1979
    Lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands as part of his residency program in te Rijksakademie Mauricio Limon is a self-taught artist. Through personal affairs with people from his former hometown Mexico City, Mauricio Limón de Léon made films, drawings, paintings and performances in which he revealed the complexity of his characters’ inner world. As actors they challenged forms of masculine representation. These circumstances function as vehicles for Limón’s own questions. Limon was recently selected for the Rijksakademie Van Beeldende Kunsten (2016-2017) residency. In 2014, Limon was nominated for the Future Generation Art Prize by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation and participated in the 14th Museo Tamayo Biennial, Mexico City. Limon has also been awarded the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2010 and the Jóvenes Creadores Grant by FONCA in 2011-2012. His solo and group shows include: Justos Desconocidos, Cuarto de Maquinas, México DF, México, 2015; XVI Biennial Tamayo, Museo Tamayo, México DF, 2014; 21 Artist Shortlisted for the Future Generation Art Prize, PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, 2014; Buscando la sombra del árbol, Galería Hilario Galguera, México DF, México, 2014; Videonale 14, Kunst Museum Bonn, Germany, 2013; Batiente.01 Un momento, DESARCUERDO, Un principio, Casa del Lago Juan José Arreóla, México DF, México, 2012; Disponible: A Kind of Mexican Show, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2011 and San Francisco Art Institute, 2010, An Exchange with Sol LeWitt, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams, MA, 2011; Versus, Projex-Mtl. Montreal, Canada, 2011; Fetiches Críticos, collaboration with Xavier Rodríguez, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, 2010; Hecho en Casa, Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City, 2009.

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  • Jone Kvie

    Jone Kvie

    Stavanger, Norge / Lives and works in Malmö, Sweden, b. 1971
    Jone Kvie represents a generation of contemporary artists working in the field of sculpture and installation, reflecting classical and modernist practices to address contemporary notions of sculpture Kvie’s work is inspired by, and contains references to, a broad range of diverse subjects including the natural sciences and nature from stalactite caves to drifting ice blocks, whirlpools, mountain landscapes and meteors.

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  • Max Ernst

    Max Ernst

    Brühl, Germany, b. 1891

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  • Ricardo Gonzalez

    Ricardo Gonzalez

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1980
    Ricardo Gonzalez utilizes a limited palette, simplified mark-making, and sense of humor to explore the language of expressionistic painting and drawing. His work draws on art historical movements of the 20th century, manic drawing mimicking an intuitive child-like doodle, teenage fantasies found in Mexican comics, and the current era’s renaissance of Art Brut as seen in painters like Joe Bradley and Oscar Murillo. Mutinous figures with grimaces and smirks frequent Gonzalez’s work and present a symbiotic duality as he ricochets between the sublime and the nihilistic, creating a tacit dialogue between satirical cartoon and evocative painterly gesture. Gonzalez elevates seemingly cursory doodles from their predictable banality, as subconscious “automatic” drawing amasses significance, transcending into objects of art and becoming signifiers of pure form, medium, and process. Ricardo Gonzalez was born in Mexico City and lives and works in New York. He received an MFA from New York University, and his BFA at New England School of Art & Design, Boston, MA and Madrid, Spain. He has exhibited in numerous venues in New York, NY, Boston, MA, Miami, FL, Berlin, Mexico, and Belgium. Recent exhibitions include UNTITLED. Miami, Galeria Talcual, Mexico City, Traneudstillingen, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Galeria W, Santiago, Chile. He is a recipient of the Martin Wong Scholarship Award in Painting, and his work has been reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, Time Out New York, Art F City, and Pas un Autre.

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