• Bosco Sodi

    Bosco Sodi

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1970

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  • Adrián S. Bará

    Adrián S. Bará

    New York, NY, United States, b. 1982
    Adrián S. Bará (Mexico City, 1982) lives and works in New York. Bará’s artistic practice combines his educa- tion and experience as a filmmaker, his interest for visual narratives, and his empirical approaches to everyday situations. His work is generated through the appropriation of visual elements and materials taken from his immediate environment. They are presented as traces of a story of contemporary reality and are arranged as fragments to compose new narratives. Recent museum exhibitions include: Leviatán at the Museo de Arte Raúl Anguiano (MURA) and Tinnitus y Fosfenos at the Museo de Arte Zapopan (MAZ) in 2014. Bará was the cinematographer forThe Solitude of Memory. The film was included in the Cannes Film Festival 2015 and he was a guest at the Semaine de la Critique. The film also won in the Slamdance Film Festival of that same year. Bará has been selected to be part of the residency program at ISCP (International Studio & Curatorial Program), New York, 2016 and is currently at Queen Space, New York (2017).   http://adrianbara.com/  

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  • SUPERFLEX

    SUPERFLEX

    Copenhagen, Denmark, b. 1969
    With a diverse and complex practice that engages art, design, commerce and economic structures of dependency, the Danish artist group Superflex challenges the role of artists in contemporary society and explore the nature of globalization through ongoing collaborative projects. SUPERFLEX describe their work as tools – proposals that invite people to participate in the development of experimental models to alter given structures and conditions. Since their foundation in 1993 SUPERFLEX has been collaborating with architects, designers, engineers, businesses, and marketers on tools, which have the potential for social growth or economic change.  

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  • Andrés Felipe Orjuela

    Andrés Felipe Orjuela

    Bogotá, Colombia, b. 1985
    Andrés Felipe Orjuela Castañeda (COL, 1985) is a Colombian artist. He studied Visual Arts at the National University of Colombia. He completed his master’s degree in Visual Arts with emphasis in Graphic and Engraving, at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He is currently studying the Doctorate in Art and Design at the same university. Member of the Seminar Zones of Disturbance, MUAC – UNAM (2009-2011), under the direction of Mariana Botey, Cuauhtémoc Medina and José Luis Barrios. He has participated in exhibitions in Colombia, USA, Mexico, Panama, Cuba, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, France, Spain and England. His work maintains a constant reflection around the structures of power understood from an analysis of the present time in its different global manifestations, such as politics, economics, and mass culture. Among his individual samples are: VISIBLE INVISIBILIZACIÓN II: Approaches to Violence, Museum of Contemporary Art Alfredo Zalce, Morelia, Mexico; ARTBO 2014-Document Art, Bogotá, Colombia; Andrés de Santamaría the Colombian years (1893-1911), guest artist Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá MAMBO, Colombia; SUMMA – Document Art Madrid, Spain; XVI PHOTOGRAPHY BIENNIAL OF MEXICO – Image Center Monterrey – Morelia, Mexico; FIFTY FIFTY LA CHIMBA (50/50) …¡La chimba! – Studio 488 & Pasto Buenos Aires, Argentina; Floating Memories – White Spider Mexico City.

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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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