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The Interplay of Past and Present. Hélio Oiticica at Museo Jumex

Andrés Reséndiz Rodea
 
 
Is it posible for a work of art, dating back 50 years, to offer a contemporary sensory experience with elements of the future? In 1967, perhaps without this being his main goal, Hélio Oiticica (Río de Janerio, 1937-1980) produced a work exploring the possibility of including variable and random stimuli from eras as removed from his as our own. This was made possible by a particular element he introduced in his creative work. We will reflect uopn this in this article. Continuar Leyendo →

An Instant On the Road. Alejandro Gómez de Tuddo’s Exhibition at Cenart

Rubí Aguilar Cancino
 
 

Death is a lived life. Life is a coming death.

Jorge Luis Borges

 
 
The main theme of the second International Photography Festival FotoMéxico was Latitudes, an invitation to explore the geographical, anthropological and disciplinary diversity in contemporary photography. Works were exhibited along four axis: Politics and Society; Landscape and Territory; Traces and Memory; and Body and Identity. Continuar Leyendo →

Ways of Seeing: Yolanda Ceballos’ Transitions

Alejandra Estrada
 
 
The collective exhibition Modos de ver ran between January 26 and April 29, 2018, at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, in Mexico City. It was curated by Tatiana Cuevas and presented in coordination with Programa Bancomer (fifth edition), with an aim to promote nine young artists selected by a jury and backed by renowned advisors, like Carlos Amorales, from an interdisciplinary research project centered on analizing and debating new ways of producing and seeing contemporary art in al lof its diversity. I thank the museum for the information it provided. Continuar Leyendo →