New location for CURRO!

CURRO proudly announces its change of location after a more than ten-year period at the award-winning building “Torre CUBE”. A space that allowed us to forge our history through more than 40 exhibitions with more than 50 artists from all over the world. A new space will open its doors in January 31, 2020 during…


Cristina Garrido at On Curating Project Space

Cristina Garrido is part of the group exhibition Re-Imagining Futures in On Curating Project Space with her video piece Boothworks. Re-Imagining Futures November 30 – December 7, 2019 On Curating Zurich, Switzerland


Claudia Peña Salinas at Centre Pompidou

Claudia Peña Salinas is part of the exhibition Cosmopolis #2: rethinking the human at Centre Pompidou with her video Tlachacan. Through residencies, exhibitions, discursive programs and publications, the platform Cosmopolis engages with artists whose work is concerned with the production of relationships and the exchange of knowledge. Cosmopolis #2: rethinking the human October 23 –…


Mauricio Alejo and Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Black Cube

The Fulfillment Center, exhibition curated by Cortney Lane Stell opens today at Black Cube Nomadic Museum with new commissioned artworks by Mexican artists Mauricio Alejo and Alejandro Almanza Pereda. The exhibition weaves together a series of works that look at topics such as labor, commodities, global transit, and international relations. The Fulfillment Center September 13 –…


Andrea Galvani Joins CURRO

CURRO is pleased to announce representation of Andrea Galvani! Andrea Galvani (Verona, Italy, 1973) lives and works between New York and Mexico City. Adopting a cross-disciplinary approach that often draws upon scientific methodology, his conceptual research informs his use of photography, video, drawing, sculpture, sound, architectural installation, and performance. His work seems to heighten awareness,…

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Claudia Peña Salinas at THE CLUB, Tokyo

Solo exhibition Atlpan by Claudia Peña Salinas opens on September 7th at THE CLUB, Tokyo. For this exhibition, Peña Salinas has created a new series of sculptural works during her residence in Nagano, Japan, continuing her research on the Mesoamerican water deities Tlaloc and Chalchiuhtlicue, and integrating elements of traditional Japanese architecture and folktales, as…