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Alejandro Almanza Pereda – De esos polvos estos barros

“De esos polvos estos barros” is a short film by Guadalajara-based artist Alejandro Almanza Pereda that examines the artisanal manufacturing of fired clay bricks in western Mexico. Through an episodic narrative, the film observes an ancient construction process still practiced today and a ubiquitous material singularly significant to built environments worldwide. Using sounds, textures, and multi-layered…

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Claudia Peña Salinas at Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC)

“Breaking the Monument” is a selection of works from artists from very different backgrounds that, in diverse ways, attack the power of pre-established images, of all those that manipulate and condition us, that limit, condemn, censure and self-censure us. A group of creators, all women, whose approach is subtle, but also a full-on attack, based on…

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Daniela Libertad in Meditations in an Emergency

Daniela Libertad is part of “Meditations in an Emergency”, an editorial project curated by Violeta Celis, with texts by Marcela Quiroz, Andrea Fuentes, Abril Castro, Mónica Castillo, Nayelli Zabaleta, Pilar Altamirano, Daniela Rea, Irmgard Emmelhainz and Matilda Guzmán. – Meditations in an Emergency

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Claudia Peña Salinas at DePaul Art Museum

Claudia Peña Salinas presents “Quetzalli”, a site-specific installation at DePaul Art Museum that centers on the Aztec headdress, Penacho de Moctezuma, an object that has become a symbol of national identity for both Mexico and Austria. The installation consists of a composite image of the authentic quetzal headdress housed in the collection of the Museum…

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Mauricio Alejo in Visionarios

Mauricio Alejo is included in “Visionarios”, a documentary series about Mexican contemporary photography.  December, 2020Visionarios (Trailer)New York, London, Mexico City

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Cristina Garrido in Hablar normal y corriente

Cristina Garrido talks about her work and artistic training in “Hablar normal y corriente”, a podcast series by Caniche Editorial. December, 2020Hablar normal y corriente | Caniche EditorialMadrid, Spain