• Chantal Peñalosa

    Chantal Peñalosa

    Tecate, México, b. 1987
    Chantal Peñalosa (1987, Tecate, Mexico) studied Fine Arts at the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California and the University of São Paulo. She was awarded the Northwest XIV Biennale Acquisition prize and has been a fellow of FONCA in the category of Young Artists (2013-2014) and (2015-2016). She was furthermore part of the 4th edition of the Bancomer Program at the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil in Mexico City. Her practice is often research based and stems from small gestures and interventions in everyday life focusing on notions of labour, waiting and delay. Repetition is a crucial element that reveals the weathering, absurd and alienating effects of work and discloses the state of waiting where dialogue appears unilateral and time suspended. Peñalosa evokes questions on how to document and conceptualise such conditions.

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  • Teresa Serrano

    Teresa Serrano

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1936
    Teresa Serrano (Mexico City, 1936-) Lives and works in New York and Mexico City. 2015  Teresa Serrano, Museo Amparo, Puebla México 2014 Albur de Amor, Museo Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz, País Vasco, España 2013 Desenlace: Teresa Serrano y Miguel Angel Rios, Oi Futuro, Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 2012 Albur de Amor, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno CAAM, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España 2010 Sin llegar a Ser Palabra, EDS GALERIA, Mexico City

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  • Francisco Larios

    Francisco Larios

    Monterrey, México, b. 1960
    Francisco Larios is a multidisciplinary artist who’s work gained notoriety during the nineties. Larios has practiced painting, open-concept drawing and the use of software to create two and three-dimensional visual landscapes. In his imaginary, the post modern condition is achieved in terms that contemporary culture is the starting point for the elaboration of sceneries that manifest the return to sacred references, philosophical themes and immemorial fabulations. Surprisingly, Larios’ production is not an acritical citation or a mere appropriation of the subjects that interest him, but a poetic, ironic and reflexive exploration to the status in which our relationships with faith, will and destiny currently are.

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  • Kiluanji Kia Henda

    Kiluanji Kia Henda

    Luanda, Angola, b. 1979
    KILUANJI KIA HENDA born 1979, Luanda, Angola. Currently lives and works between Lisbon and Luanda. Autodidact artist, he has participated as artist-in-residence at: I Luanda Triennial (2006); ZDB (2007), Lisbon; Black Projects  (2008), Cape Town, South Africa, with fellowship from the Swiss Arts Council ProHelvetia and the Swiss Agency for Development and cooperation; and 3rd Gaungzou Triennial (2008), China, with support of the Sindika Dokolo Foundation.   From the solo exhibitions he has presented since 2007, we highlight: Man (2013), Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria; Trans It (2010), SOSO Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil; Self-portrait as a white man (2010), Galleria Fonti, Naples, Italy; and Portraits from a Slippery Look (2008), Goethe Institute Nairobi, Kenya. Since 2005, he has participated in several group shows, such as: A Thousand of Him Scattered: Relative Newcomers in Diaspora (2014) Stills – Scotland’s Centre for Photography, Edinburgh, UK; Tomorrow Was Already Here (2012) Tamayo Museum, Mexico City; SuperPower: África in Science Fiction (2012) Arnolfini Art Center, Bristol, UK; Other Possible Worlds – Proposals on this side of Utopia (2011) NGBK, Berlin, Germany; Propaganda By Monuments (2011) Contemporary Image Centre, Cairo, Egypt; There is always a cup of sea to sail in (2010), 29th São Paulo Biennial, Brazil; Black Atlantic (2009) ar/ge kunst Galerie Museum Bolzano, Italy; and Luanda Pop – check list (2007) 52nd  Venice Biennial, African Pavillion, Venice, Italy.   His work is has been included in various public and private collections, such as: SD, African Collection of Contemporary Art, Luanda; Colecção António Mosquito, Luanda; Colecção BESA _ Banco Espírito Santo, Angola; Hélder Batáglia, Collection of Contemporary Art Luanda; Ellipse Foundation, Collection of Contemporary Art, Lisbon, Portugal; and Metropolitana di Napoli, Naples, Italy.

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