Cerith Wyn Evans at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City

Press release: Museo Tamayo will present the first monographic exhibition of Cerith Wyn Evans in México, which will gather twelve pieces produced in the last ten years. From neon sculptures, kinetic and organic elements, sound pieces, and a series of Murano glass candlesticks, the exhibition seeks to trigger sensitive and temporary experiences in the viewer.

Sarah Lucas at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Press release: Kurimanzutto is pleased to present the first solo exhibition at the gallery by British artist Sarah Lucas. This is Lucas’ second exhibition in Mexico, after having shown NUDS at the Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli in 2012. The artist’s work is characterized by irreverent humor and the creation of visual puns and vulgar euphemisms

Ištvan Išt Huzjan at Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City

Press release: De Métrico a Imperial is an intensive dialogue between Ištvan Išt Huzjan’s poetic experiments and the exhibition space. Continuously flirting with avant-gardes and neo-avant-gardes, Huzjan’s work always reflects his ability to create multi-layered structures in terms of both content and form. In this respect, Huzjan’s work is not a revival of Dada’s attack

Ella Kruglyanskaya and Matt Paweski at Lulu, Mexico City

Press release: It might not be the most obvious pairing. Exactly what Ella Krugylanskaya’s loose gestural depictions of voluptuous women have to do with Matt Paweski’s preternaturally precise abstract sculptures may not seem immediately apparent. But consider it. The fleshy rotundity of buttocks and breasts in Krugylanskaya’s rapidly limned sketches vis-à-vis the carefully incised recti-

Tomás Díaz Cedeño at BWSMX, Mexico City

Press release: Tomás Díaz Cedeño has a fixed set of concerns. Through his three solo exhibitions–Vessels being his third–he has asked how the body is or can be represented; he has probed the limit between objecthood and humankind; and he has examined the expressive range material objects can embody when forced into previously unknown relationships

Monika Sosnowska at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Press release: Monika Sosnowska looks to architecture as the source material for her work, analyzing 1960s and ‘70s socialist buildings from Poland where she grew up under the communist Eastern Bloc, and where she continues to live today. Her sculptures reflect on the Modernist assumptions of functionality and the promise of progress represented in the

Haegue Yang at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Press release: Haegue Yang explores the language of visual abstraction through the affective power of materials. Her practice illustrates the infinite complexity of putting together mere things, and in the process causing devastating creative disruption. Yang’s work does not reject narrative or language; rather it exploits the associative and sensorial overtones of certain objects, that

Jonathan Hernández at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Press Release: kurimanzutto is pleased to present Asset Forfeiture, Jonathan Hernandez’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. Over the course of about two years, the artist attended public auctions in Mexico, acquiring a series of assets that had been seized from organized crime by the authorities. His acquisitions then became the primary material for the realization of

Lisa Oppenheim at Lulu, Mexico City

Press release: Lulu is proud to present La Quema by the New York-based artist Lisa Oppenheim. Working with photography and video, Oppenheim has developed a practice that revolves around the appropriation of historical imagery and predominantly analogue methods of reproduction. The artist draws her images from historical archives and often rephotographs them using techniques that

SANGREE at Yautepec, Mexico City

Press release: Every period of material life goes through two periods, construction and destruction period, but the life itself is indestructible, life has no beginning and no end. The sun is living in a destruction period and the earth in a construction period. — Edward Leedskalnin RING BELL, SUN, 21 EARTH THE DARK AGES STILL