• 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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  • Carolyn Salas

    Carolyn Salas

    New York, NY, United States, b. 1979
    Oscillating between abstraction and figuration between site-specific works and sculpture, Carolyn Salas (b. Hollywood, California) uses a wide array of materials including: plaster, cement, ceramics, found objects, collage, craft oriented assemblages, and fabric. With laborious craft and a handmade touch, the imperfections and human attributes of burdens, failures and achievements of our everyday are exposed. Salas is interested in the “in-between” stages; the tension that lies both within the physical space and the psychological space. The work speaks to interactions between human civilizations, hierarchical powers of societal success, relationships, and nature with an emotional resonance that takes the works beyond any one of these single issues and into a universal realm. Carolyn Salas received a BFA in sculpture from College of Santa Fe and a MFA from CUNY Hunter College. Museums exhibitions include: The Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA; Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY; The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA; Urbis City Center, Manchester, UK; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA. She has participated in the residency programs at Abrons Art Center, NY, AIR program, NY, NARS Foundation, NY, and the Fountainhead Residency, FL. Salas currently teaches sculpture at Yale University. Salas lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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  • Manuel Léon

    Manuel Léon

    Sevilla, España, b. 1977

    Nace en Villanueva del Ariscal, Sevilla en 1977

    Diplomado en Bellas Artes, Universidad de Sevilla

    Miembro del Colectivo Intervenciones en Jueves

    Combina su trabajo pictórico con otros proyectos, como Capital y Territorio de UNIA arteypensamiento, o el asesoramiento visual y teórico del grupo de música rock Pony Bravo

    Exposiciones individuales

    2016 Cultura vegetativa, Galería JM, Málaga

    2015 El traslado. Primer paso, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    2014 Un mundo sin luz, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo CAC – Málaga, Málaga

    Summa contemporary, Matadero Madrid. Solo Project, Galería Javier López

    2013 En el vicio y la virtud, Galería JM, Málaga

    Víctimas de una religión, Galería JM, Málaga – solo Project en la feria Arte Santander

     

    2010 Una pará en el camino, yo no la cambio por ná, Sala La Nave Spacial, Sevilla

    2009 La dictadura del placer, Sala Cantero Cuadrado, Universidad de Huelva

    A golpe de martillo metío en manteca, Sala de exposiciones de Rtva, Cádiz

     

    2007 Cauno es cauno, Galería Margarita Albarrán, Sevilla

     

    Un vivir cada día, Sala Alfonso X el sabio, El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz

    Penitencias, Librería La Araña, Sevilla

    2006 Los árboles surferos, AUM.06, Fundación Coca – Cola España, Sevilla

    Salle de jeux, Tinteart – festival de arte contemporáneo, Rennes

    2005 Pon un Manué en tu vida, Galería La Matriz, Sevilla

    2004 Expositio hiverna, Casa de Cultura de Villanueva del Ariscal, Sevilla

    2003 Arte al sol, Galería La Matriz, Cádiz

    Exposiciones colectivas

     

    2016 Otras tauromaquias. En el 200 aniversario de la Tauromaquia de Goya, Calcografía Nacional – Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid

    De la pintura, el sur, MAD Antequera

    2015 Neighbours III, CAC Málaga – Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Málaga

    Éros c’est la vie, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    Zona MACO – México Arte Contemporáneo, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    2014 Cosmoscow 2014, Moscú

    KNOCK! KNOCK!, Galería Javier López, MadridARCOmadrid, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    Zona MACO – México Arte Contemporáneo, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    2013 Contemporary Istambul, Galería Javier Lopez, Madrid

    Capital y territorio, CAS – Centro de las Artes de Sevilla, Monasterio de San Clemente, Sevilla Emergentes y nuevo arte, Sala de Exposiciones Hacienda Santa Ana, Tomares, Sevilla

    MAUS – Málaga Arte Urbano Soho, Málaga

    2012 Que vienen los bárbaros, CAS – Centro de las Artes de Sevilla, Monasterio de San Clemente, Sevilla

    Ni más ni menos, Galería La Mecánica, Sevilla

    2011 Lo que existe sin ser visto, Polígono Art Gallery, Marbella

     

    El ojo del mirlo, Galería Isabel Hurley, Málaga

     

    2009 Ruta del Arte, Almonaster la Real, Huelva

    Calle concepto, Puerto de las artes, Huelva

     

    Encuentro Arterial, El Monumento, Castaño del Robledo, Huelva

    Torreblanca Gated Community, proyecto de arte y medio ambiente, Sevilla

    Kiosco del Sur, Doméstico, Madrid

    Cultura cero, CAS – Centro de las Artes de Sevilla, San Clemente, Sevilla  

    KISS KRISIS, Casa Invisible, Málaga

    LADY FEST, Festival Feminista, Sevilla

    2008 Second Modstyle / Estilo segunda modernización, CAS – Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Sevilla

    Primer Premio UNIA de Pintura, Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, Sede de la Rábida y Sala Váquez Díaz, Casa de Cultura del Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Punta Umbría, Huelva

    Certamen de pintura Grúas Lozano, Sala Cajasol, Sevilla

     

    Arte joven 2008, Consejería de Obras Públicas Transportes, Antiguo Convento de Santa María de los Reyes, Sevilla

    Certamen Andaluz de Artes Plásticas Arte y Creación Joven, Instituto Andaluz de la Juventud, sala de exposiciones del Edificio del Rectorado, Málaga

    Arte y creación joven, Instituto Andaluz de la Juventud, Málaga.

     

    Los Claveles. Una aproximación a los jóvenes pintores de Sevilla, Fundación Chirivella Soriano, Valencia

    Nomonotono, Estudio Banana, Madrid

    XXIX Certamen de Arte Contemporáneo “Ciudad de Utrera”, Sevilla

    Aptitud para las armas, Sala Amadís, Injuve, Madrid

    Intervenciones en jueves (intervención artística multidisciplinar), mercadillo calle Feria, Sevilla

    Acua, MECA – Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, Almería

    Certamen internacional Explum Arte Actual08, Puerto Lumbreras, Murcia

    2007 Certamen internacional EXPLUM Arte Actual, Puerto Lumbreras, Murcia

    Premios Fivars 07, Galería de Arte Contemporáneo Fivars, Montepego, Alicante

     

    Certamen de Artes Plásticas Vipren, Chiclana, Cádiz

     

    Vulgaris.07 Muestra de arte contemporáneo, Sala Endanza, Sevilla

    Mancomunidad del Aljarafe, exposición itinerante en las salas de exposiciones de Camas, Sanlúcar la Mayor, Isla mayor, Albaida, Villanueva del Ariscal, Olivares, Benacazón, Almensilla, San Juan de Aznalfarache, Castilleja de la Cuesta, Castilleja del Campo, Santiponce, Bollullos de la Mitación, Palomares del Río, Espartinas y Gelves y Valencina de la Concepción, Sevilla

    2006 The Sock Strategy (La estrategia del calcetín), sala de exposiciones de El Monte, Sevilla

    Certamen de Arte Plásticas Vipren, Chiclana, Cádiz

    XXVII Certamen de Arte Contemporáneo “Ciudad de Utrera”, Sevilla.

     

    Certamen Internacional de Pintura CEC Baluarte de la Candelaria, Cádiz

    2005 Interveciones en jueves, jornada de intervención artística y multidisciplinar, Sevilla

     

    Vulgaris arte 05, Sala Endanza, Sevilla

     

    Galería Margarita Albarrán, Sevilla

    Más de cien, Casa de Cultura de Villanueva del Ariscal, Sevilla

    25 años de Bienal, Bienal de Arte flamenco, Museo de Historia, Arte y Costumbres, Sevilla

    Viva pintura, Festival Zemos98, Sevilla y El Viso del Alcor

    2003 Blindman03, sala de exposiciones de la Facultad de Bellas Artes Santa Isabel de Hungría, Sevilla

    Perdonen las molestias, estamos trabajando, Facultad de Bellas Artes de Cuenca, Cuenca

    Blitz, sala de exposiciones de la Facultad de Bellas Artes Santa Isabel de Hungría, Sevilla

    2002 Blindman02, sala de exposiciones de la Facultad de Bellas Artes Santa Isabel de Hungría, Sevilla

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  • Runo Lagomarsino

    Runo Lagomarsino

    Lund, Sweden / Lives and works in Sweden and Brazil, b. 1977
    In his multimedia artworks, Runo Lagomarsino’s interest in the legacy of transatlantic migration patterns intersects with his own biography. A 2015 Venice Biennale participant, Lagomarsino was born in Sweden to Argentine parents who descended from Italian émigrés. In his installations, collages, films, and drawings, he examines different moments of transatlantic travel—from colonialism and the slave trade to the waves of immigrants during both World Wars. Through the pairings of found objects and projections of images of monuments, Lagomarsino uncovers the residue of these historical journeys. He highlights the lingering effects of political warfare and imperialist agendas that are embedded in simple objects and sites that form the fabric of daily life.

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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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