Juan Capistrán at The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery presents COLA 2019, an exhibition featuring new work by Enrique Castrejon, Juan Capistrán, Kim Fisher, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Katie Grinnan, Alice Könitz, Olga Koumoundouros, Sandy Rodriguez, Stephanie Taylor, Peter Wu and Jenny Yurshansky. These eleven artists are the recipients of the 2019 City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowship…


Cristina Garrido en Centre d’Art Contemporani at Barcelona

Cristina Garrido is among the finalists in Premi Miquel Casablancas 2019 with her work “The Social Life of ‘Untilled (Liegender Frauenakt)’”! In this video, the artist documents the journey of artist Pierre Huyghe’s sculpture around the world through Instagram images and demonstrates the idea of collective work using technology. The work will form part of…


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil

The exhibition Sumatorio brings together a selection of works dating from the late 20th century and early 21st, which were included in the Carrillo Gil Collection between 2014 and 2018, and presents some of the most active and representative artists of the contemporary art scene corresponding to that period. Sumatorio. Nuevas incorporaciones a la colección…


Claudia Peña Salinas en ASU Art Museum

Metzilocan is an installation-based solo exhibition which expands the artist’s research on the Aztec deities of water, Tláloc and Chalchiuhtlicue, relating this ancestral symbolism and knowledge to modernist and contemporary structures. Metzilocan (Solo show) March 23 – August 3, 2019 ASU Art Museum Tempe, USA


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at The Clemente

The exhibition focuses on the artists’ dialogue with an historic river valley in Chiapas, Mexico that’s now submerged beneath the waters of a reservoir behind a dam — a fluid locus where the quest for autonomy struggles to overcome thwarted beliefs. Malpaso: A Collaborative Investigation (Group exhibition) March 9 – April 13, 2019 The Clemente…


Cristina Garrido at das weisse haus

Published in 1980, Camera Lucida is undeniably one of the most relevant books about the photographic medium. With the same title, this exhibition will showcase a series of artworks arranged in a specific temporal order. It is through this choreographed succession of works and their consequently impermanence on site that Roland Barthes’ book will be visually…