• Saint Clair Cemin

    Saint Clair Cemin

    Cruz Alta - RS, Brazil, b. 1951

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  • Mads Gamdrup

    Mads Gamdrup

    Copenhagen, Denmark, b. 1967
    Mads Gamdrup (b. 1967, Denmark) works with the potential of monochromatic photography and its strength as artistic statement in relation to a number of phenomena, such as distance, transparency, spirituality and materiality. Gamdrup explores the boundaries and possibilities of photography using Newton’s and Goethe’s colour theories. In a new series of works Gamdrup has replaced the photographic medium with acrylic on hand rolled glass. The abstract appearance in this series as well as in his photographic works resemble artists like Klein and Rothko’s monochromatic paintings.

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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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    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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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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