• Adrián Balseca

    Adrián Balseca

    Quito, Pichincha, Equador, b. 1989

    Adrián Balseca (Quito, Ecuador, 1989) lives and works in Quito. Balseca’s work aims to activate strategies of representation, narration, and/or interaction in order to highlight cultural specificities of a particular place. It explores the relationship and tensions between industrial and craft practices, revealing a fascination with the historic processes, and the configuration of materials involved in the production of manufactured goods. His work often involves transforming the composition of daily objects or certain civil laws into other material forms, or legal experiences. These projects —from small interventions to large-scale ‘site specific’ actions or video documentations — elaborate on ideas of emerging economies, nature, power, and social memory.

    His most recent group exhibitions include: ‘Ultralocal. Cycle: Think global, act local’, CEAAC, Strasbourg (2016); ‘Premio Nacional Nuevo Mariano Aguilera 20152016’, CACQuito (2016); ‘Encuentros del Otro Cine EDOC 15’, Quito (2016); ‘Encuentro Internacional de Arte de Medellin MDE15, Museo de Antioquia’, Medellin (2015); ‘Intersecciones (después de Lautréamont)’, Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Grants & Commissions Program Exhibition, Miami (2015); ‘Caja de Cambios I’, Galería SENDA, Barcelona (2014). In 2013, he won the inaugural Premio Brasil – Emerging Art Price, at the Center for Contemporary Art Quito (CAC) and in 2014 he received the Premio Paris at the 12th International Cuenca Biennial: Leaving to return. He was awarded the annual Grants & Commissions Program 2015, at the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO). At the moment, Balseca is working on his new project commissioned by the Zarigüeya/Alabado Contemporáneo at the Casa del Alabado Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, opening in 2017.

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    Calella, España, b. 1963

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  • Tobias Zielony

    Tobias Zielony

    Wuppertal, Germania, b. 1973

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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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