Daniela Libertad at University of Maryland Art Gallery

Daniela Libertad: Yo regreso a las acciones sencillas is the first solo museum exhibition in the United States by Mexico City-born, Germany-based artist Daniela Libertad (b. 1983). Central to her multidisciplinary practice is the exploration of a common language between drawing, sculpture, photography, video, and performance. By returning to “simple gestures,” as the artist herself asserts in the…

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Andrea Galvani – Frieze Magazine

‘Andrea Galvani Uses Time as Raw Material’, review written by Rebecca Rose Cuomo for Frieze magazine about Andrea Galvani’s solo exhibition “Time is the Enemy”.


Cristina Garrido at Fundación DIDAC

Cristina Garrido sets up a site-specific installation with which she turns the exhibition space of Fundación DIDAC into a type of stage that will serve to develop the stories of eight characters. These stories come from a series of conversations held over the last year with Esther Ibarrola, Antonio Zuñiga, Sergio Ojeda, Alberto Sanchez, Miguel…

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Claudia Peña Salinas at Art Basel Miami Beach 2021

CURRO is pleased to present “Atli temoayan”, a solo project by Claudia Peña Salinas for Art Basel Miami fair in Positions sector. The project is based on the concept “Atli temoayan” (meaning ‘stream of water, downwards’) contained in the first Nahuatl-Spanish dictionary. This element is related to the artist’s previous research on water deities, water…

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Cristina Garrido at La Maison des Arts

– Nuages d’hier et d´aujourd’huiCurated by Claire LeblancSeptember 17 – November 21, 2021La Maison des ArtsBrussels, Belgium

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Mauricio Alejo – Entusiasta Podcast

Entusiasta, el podcast de Ilan Katz MayoT1E19: Mauricio Alejo, la belleza de lo simple y la situación de los objetos cotidianos – Listen the podcast (In Spanish)

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V/A – Un eco es un eco es un eco

This group exhibition focuses on the influence of Mexican writer and photographer Juan Rulfo on contemporary art. The curatorial line proposes a series of relationships and points of contact between the multidisciplinary work of this author and recent artistic production in the city of Guadalajara. It also aims to be an exercise in memory around…

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Alejandro Almanza Pereda – Locus-T Mag

Locus-T MagIssue # 27 Alejandro Almanza PeredaCurated by Curro Borrego – Read the article

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Juan Capistrán at Torrance Art Museum

An adventurous new public art exhibition featuring more than 20 artworks from some of the region’s most exciting contemporary artists in accessible locations throughout Torrance. Sculpture, installation, video projection, and interactive experiences are among the works that visitors will find in various parks, storefronts, schools, and government buildings. – Ultra! July 17 – August 28,…


Mauricio Alejo at Centro de la Imagen

The Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico, through the Centro de la Imagen, presents the exhibition “La luz es una flecha sin destino”, a review of Mauricio Alejo’s most recent work, which focuses on certain materialistic concerns that he explores through everyday objects, in order to propose adjustments to common habits and perceptions…


Cristina Garrido at Espacio Fundación Telefónica

Colour is everywhere, it’s a concept we take for granted. It’s so evident that it doesn’t require any thought and so broad that it covers a multitude of disciplines. Colour has been attracting the attention of philosophers, artists, historians and scientists for centuries. Recently, the latest advances in artificial intelligence, neuroscience and psychology have combined…

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Francisco Ugarte at Museo Cabañas

Solo exhibition by Francisco Ugarte at the Museo Cabañas in Guadalajara. “Aprehender lo sensible” features a comprehensive overview of his artistic work, as well as a group of works created especially for the Museo Cabañas. Ugarte engages in a direct dialogue with the museum’s architecture, bringing his interventions to its patios. The exhibition is composed…

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Claudia Peña Salinas at Another Space

Taking a decolonizing approach, Absence/Presence presents works by 36 artists from the Caribbean, Central and South America, as well as artists of Latin American/Caribbean descent born or residing in the U.S. Challenging conventional representations of Latinx and Latin American identity, the exhibition examines the system of forced absence and conditional presence, as well as a…

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Juan Capistrán – Armory Access: Curated

“Senses of Brown” is an online exhibition curated by César García-Álvarez at Armory Access: Curated, The Armory Show’s new digital initiative. The exhibition brings together the work of artists whose practices and sense of personhood challenge histories, perspectives, and opinions about what constitutes latinidad. – Senses of Brown June 3 – June 13, 2021 Armory Access: Curated…

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Andrea Galvani at MAR – Museo Archeologico Regionale

“The Families of Man” is a historical journey through more than 30 years of the most innovative and pioneering photography in Italy. – The Families of ManMay 29 – October 10, 2021MAR – Museo Archeologico Regionale Aoeste, Italy

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Cristina Garrido at Espacio Fundación Telefónica

Color is omnipresent, a concept we take for granted, so obvious that it does not seem to require further reflection and so broad that it concerns a multitude of disciplines. Color has been attracting the attention of philosophers, artists, historians and scientists for centuries. In recent times, the most advanced developments in artificial intelligence, neuroscience…


Cristina Garrido at Bizkaia Aretoa

Cristina Garrido presents her project ” El mejor trabajo del mundo” (2021) in this group exhibition at Bizkaia Aretoa. – Problemas en el paraísoMay 21 – June 10, 2021Bizkaia AretoaBilboa, Spain

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Claudia Peña Salinas – Art Papers

Claudia Peña Salinas: Seeing Sites Without Sightseeing Interview by Jack Radley – Read the article


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…


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…


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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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


Alejandro Almanza Pereda – Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship

Alejandro Almanza Pereda has been awarded a fellowship, from an international pool of candidates, to conduct research at the National Air and Space Museum as part of the 2020 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship program. Based on the exploration of weightless contexts, the artist’s project will focus on investigating the underwater training used for space walks,…

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Andrea Galvani at MATTATOIO / MACRO Testaccio

CURRO is excited to announce that Andrea Galvani is presenting a major institutional solo show in the monumental space of Pavilion 9B at MATTATOIO / MACRO Testaccio – one of the most important industrial landmarks in #Rome famous for juxtaposing its iconic historical structure with some of the most ambitious, foreword-thinking and experimental exhibitions in the international contemporary…


Andrea Galvani at the Deutsche Bank Collection

CURRO is proud to announce Andrea Galvani’s participation in Time Present, an exhibition of photographic masterpieces from the Deutsche Bank Collection accompanied by a beautiful publication. Now on view at the Palais Populaire in Berlin, the show will be open to the public through February 2021. Time Present: Photographic Masterpieces from the Deutsche Bank Collection, curated by Friedhelm…


Cristina Garrido in the British Museum collection

Two intervened postcards by Cristina Garrido, from her series Veil of Invisibility, are part of the British Museum collection. Both of these works were made while she was studying in 2011 for her MA at Wimbledon College of Art, where her Finals show was entirely of postcard-related material. Two Tate colour postcards with the art-objects painted…


Interview of Mauricio Alejo in PICS

Mauricio Alejo’s works are focused on the creation of “sculptural moments or events” captured in time and presented in photography or video. The artist talks to Vera Castillo about the relationships between photography, sculpture and video. Densidad material y plástica fotográfica, by Vero Castillo Plataforma de Imágenes Contemporáneas (PICS) Centro de la Imagen project Mexico City, Mexico


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Galerie Barbara Thumm

Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s works are currently on view at Galerie Barbara Thumm, as part of the initiative NEW VIEWINGS, an online exhibition format. Alejandro Almanza, curated by Fernando Bryce NEW VIEWINGS Galeria Barbara Thumm Berlin, Germany


Cristina Garrido at Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary

El color local es un invento extranjero (París), by Cristina Garrido, is part of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) collection. This piece belongs to a series of photographic prints in which the artist departed from the well-known phrase of the writer Jorge Luis Borges, Local colour is a foreign invention, to question whether it is possible…


Juan Capistrán at Various Small Fires

Play Dead is Juan Capistrán’s first exhibition at Various Small Fires. His practice questions the status quo, ideas of freedom, and the power dynamics of current socio-political systems. I wanna be your dog is a social sculpture in which the viewers are invited to crawl on their knees to fit into a caged space, if they…


Ediciones by CURRO – Mauricio Alejo

Ediciones is a new digital collecting platform by Galería CURRO.  The works listed are unique commissions by the artists represented and/or limited special collaborations. These editions will be available exclusively from this platform for a limited period and at preferential prices. Free shipping worldwide. Photo Sculpture is a process-based photographic series mixing gesture and lithographic…


Juan Capistrán at Baik Art

Juan Capistrán is part of the exhibition “Yesterday-Tomorrow” at Baik Art in Los Angeles. Yesterday-Tomorrow March 21st – April 25, 2020 Baik Art Los Angeles, California.

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Cristina Garrido at CentroCentro Madrid

Cristina Garrido is part of the exhibition “Across the Sand” at CentroCentro in Madrid. Across the Sand  Jan 21 – 3 May, 2020 Madrid, Spain

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Cristina Garrido in Los siete jóvenes que toman el relevo del arte en España

Cristina Garrido is interviewed for the note “Los siete jóvenes que toman el relevo del arte en España” published in El País. Los siete jóvenes que toman el relevo del arte en España El País February 7, 2019      


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…


Alejandro Almanza Pereda in 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow

The work of Alejandro Almanza Pereda is featured in the publication 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow edited by Thames & Hudson. From thousands of entries, an internationally renowned jury has identified the most exciting names in contemporary sculpture, including Almanza Pereda. Featuring high-quality reproductions of each artist’s work, plus short texts that include biographical information and…


Cristina Garrido at La Triennale di Milano

Book presentation and conversation amongst Antonio Grulli, Ela Bilakowska, Andrea Rossetti and Cristina Garrido. Editions of the book are available at the gallery. The (Invisible) Art of Documenting Art, published by Caniche Editorial July 17, 2019 – 7PM La Triennale di Milano Milan, Italy


Francisco Ugarte at Galería Jesús Gallardo

The works exhibited in Cromotipia present a facet in the processes of Francisco Ugarte that is much closer to the tradition of work in miniature than to digital art trends. Using carousel projectors, a vintage technological support, Ugarte creates enveloping ambiences through the projection of colored acetate slides. Cromotipia June 6 – August 5, 2019…


Adam Parker Smith at Marlborough

Marlborough is pleased to present The Smiths, a group exhibition inspired by a typically stimulating and amusing conversation with the artist Maurizio Cattelan. As per his imagining, the show consists of over 30 artists with the surname Smith. It spans multiple generations, styles and mediums and includes artists that are both famous and some who are…


Francisco Ugarte at Taller del Viejo

Francisco Ugarte y Gonzalo Lebrija inaugurate “The Light Above Us”, an exhibition organized at Taller del Viejo in Guadalajara. The Light Above Us Taller del Viejo Saturday, June 8, 2019 – 12pm Guadalajara, Mexico  


Claudia Peña Salinas at Timothy Taylor Gallery

Claudia Peña Salinas is part of ILACIONES, a summer group exhibition organized by Danny Baez at Timothy Taylor Gallery showcasing nine artists who are either from or influenced by Latin America, connected through their use of traditional techniques and materials informed by their cultural history. Claudia’s hanging sculpture “Titla” uses natural fibers while at the…


Juan Capistrán at The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

Juan Capistran is featured at COLA 2019, group exhibition of the eleven recipients of the City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship for visual arts at Los Angeles Municipal Gallery. Capistrán’s new body of work includes photographs documenting a series of temporary installations created by the artist in South Central Los Angeles as well as…


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 at 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…


Mauricio Alejo at guadalajara90210

guadalajara90210 presents Pabellón de las escaleras, an exhibition that consists of a series of installations made by artists from different disciplines – architecture, contemporary art and industrial design. Pabellón de las escaleras (Group exhibition) February 10 – March 12, 2019 guadalajara90210 Mexico City, Mexico


Cristina Garrido – The (Invisible) Art of Documenting Art

We are screen art spectators. Virtual consumers of contemporary art. Visitors to museums, galleries, biennials, and art fairs without having to move from where we are, thanks to professionals who portray artworks, exhibitions, installations, performances, and even sound art. Their ways of looking produce images that synthesize and transform the artworks, opening doors to curiosity.…


Cristina Garrido at Centro Botín

Cristina Garrido inaugurates the exhibition Itinerarios XXV at Centro Botín, where she will present her project “The (Invisible) Art of Documenting Art” which consists of a publication by Caniche Editorial and a video work. Itinerarios XXV February 16 – May 12, 2019 Centro Botín Santander, Spain


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at the Columbus Museum of Art

This winter, the Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art will install artwork that takes light as its muse and its material. Galleries will be turned over to ideas about a Texas sunset, neon window advertisements, iconic bar signs, and garish flashing messages. The seven works in the exhibition use light to consider space,…


Cristina Garrido at the British Museum

Artists have subverted the common postcard for decades. While the artists’ postcard began as a child of the Conceptual and Fluxus movements of the 1960s, it quickly broadened as an artistic medium to highlight political and social issues, such as feminism, anti-war protest and the fight against AIDS. In this, the first major museum display…


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Museo de Arte de Zapopan

Alejandro Almanza Pereda works in the areas of sculpture, video, and installation that defy common sense and provoke vertigo. His works seem to be the evidence for an error or the persistence of a catastrophe that never happens. He creates a confrontation with the viewer, by forcing the compositional structures of his works to the…


Cristina Garrido at Wandering Arts Biennial 2018

The Wandering Arts Biennial is a research and production biennial that focuses on mobility, versatile production and presentation methods in the field of contemporary arts, and the nomadic practices of artists. For this third edition Mira Sanders proposed a framework for reflection : “I propose to reflect upon the idea of “wandering along a limit(s)”…


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at DAAP school of art

Alejandro Almanza Pereda is part of the Visiting Artist Lecture series, an event organized by DAAP art school at the University of Cincinnati. Influenced by living in different parts in Mexico and the United States, the artist grew interest in how different cultures perceive danger and risk. Almanza’s endeavors focus on the materiality concepts by challenging…

Alejandro Almanza Pereda at 21c Museum Hotels

Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s A Glass of Fruit uses trompe l’oeil to create playful meditations on the history of art. Pereda re-envisions Caravaggio’s 1599 painting, Basket of Fruit building on the anxiety and wonder produced when recognizable objects negate the laws of gravity. The imagery and soundtrack together emphasize and celebrate the tension we experience when…


Cristina Garrido at Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo

Curated by Beatriz Alonso y Carlos Fernández-Pello Querer parecer noche is an exhibition included within the programme to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo and brings together works by 58 artists, with a substantial majority from the local scene. Román Blázquez, one of the most veteran of the authorized copyists…


Claudia Peña Salinas at Pelaires Centre Cultural Contemporani

Curated by Adam Thomas The cave wall was always there is the title of the exhibition that brings together for the first time eight artists at Galería Pelaires and that in addition to being part of Nit de l’Art, materializes a further step in the process of renewing the gallery’s artistic proposal. Presenting Ricardo Alcaide,…


Cristina Garrido at 3+1 Arte Contemporânea

3+1 Arte Contemporânea presents An Art of Microseconds, the latest exhibition by Cristina Garrido (Madrid, 1986), her second solo show at the gallery. Cristina Garrido’s work has a critical eye and a deep interest in the contemporary art world, how it works, its agents and codes. This show presents a series of works that show this…


Claudia Peña Salinas at Thinking Through Space, Whitney Museum

This panel brings together several of the artists included in Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art to discuss their respective practices and shared interests in concepts of space and architecture. Topics to be considered include function and use of built structures, migration and the structuring of space, and vernacular materials and forms.…


Francisco Ugarte at ANÓNIMO (Museo Tamayo)

Commissioned by Bancrédito Francisco Ugarte understands the present moment as an area where his work takes place. Action, meeting and drawing are essential for his work. On this occasion, the artist extended his practice to the participation with the visitors of Anónimo at Museo Tamayo, performing a series of live drawings. Live Reflections September 20,…


Cristina Garrido at Maison Pelgrims

The Pelgrims house is a magnificent building from the early 20th century, combining past architectural styles as interpreted according to the taste of the time; akin to Norma Desmond, the character in film Sunset Boulevard, an aging star of silent cinema homebound in her mansion. Like her, the house is equally dusty and obsolete, inhabited…


Pick of the Month – August: Alejandro Almanza Pereda

Pick of the Month by Enrique Cabrales + Yadira Cueva (Framer and Art Promoter): Alejandro Almanza Pereda * Pick of the month is a program in which we invite our team, artists and friends to choose their favorite work from our inventory and share it every month.


Cristina Garrido at Centro de Arte Alcobendas

Curated by Tiago de Abreu Pinto and Francesco Giaveri, Dialogue de l’ombre double explores the relationship between artists and art galleries, presenting a series of works that throw light on the concept of gallery through the prism of artistic production. The exhibition has emerged from a series of concepts relating to shadow, projection, dialectic, rhythm…


Installation of Octavio Abúndez in Andares shopping mall

Octavio Abúndez’ outdoor installation is composed by three-dimensional representations of the Roman numerals 1 through 12, traditionally used to represent the hours, in a singular spatial arrangement. Through the multiplicity of perspectives, reflections and depths created by mirrored surfaces, the installation seeks to produce a subjective experience of time. A time which is free and…


Pick of the Month – July: Juan Capistrán

Pick of the Month by Catu Mora (Collector): Juan Capistrán Katabasis, from the series After Chaos Comes Eros…he is stronger than his rock (I could be happy), explores the ideas of a revolutionary life through the philosophy of the absurd by albert camus. The work references the path or journey that one must take to…


Juan Capistrán at Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art

FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art is an exhibition comprised of artist commissions, performances, films, and public programs that will launch its inaugural edition in July of 2018. An American City: Eleven Cultural Exercises, in collaboration with museums, civic institutions, and alternative spaces across Cleveland, Akron and Oberlin, will showcase an ambitious roster of…


Claudia Peña Salinas at Whitney Museum of American Art

Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay gives center stage to contemporary art practices that highlight indigenous thinking around the built environment. The three Quechuan words—the indigenous language most spoken in the Americas—pacha (time, space, nature, world), llaqta (place, country, community), and wasichay (to build) each point to a decolonial approach of preserving and foregrounding indigenous concepts that transcend the English term architecture. This exhibition is…


Pick of the Month – June: Francisco Ugarte

Pick of the Month by Almudena Vallarta (CURRO): Francisco Ugarte Montañas de luz combines three main interests of Francisco Ugarte: landscape, light and installation art. A slide projector illuminates a translucent shape; the shadows and reflections created by the light in contact with this plastic material generate an image that imitates the rhythm, the angles and…

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Claudia Peña Salinas at Paul Kasmin Gallery

Paul Kasmin Gallery presents a summer showcase of contemporary Mexican artists, celebrating the long history of cultural cross-pollination between neighboring nations. The exhibition brings together artists practicing in diverse media who are living and working in Mexico and further afield; several of whom have never before exhibited in the USA. Almost Solid Light: New Work…


Claudia Peña Salinas at MSU Broad Art Museum

Working in sculpture, video, and installation, Mexican American artist Claudia Peña Salinas will use the unique architecture of the MSU Broad to re-create Tepantitla, an ancient pre-Columbian habitational compound in Teotihuacán, Mexico. Through reproductions and intersecting narratives and materials, and drawing as well from her own personal history, Salinas translates and integrates this ancient archaeological…


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at MARS Milano

Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s video “Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all” will be presented at BelVedere, a new format to present a video art screening. In MIART – International Contemporary Art Fair Program, BelVedere is the first edition for a Videoart annual Screening based in MARS –Milan Artist Run Space. Curated by…


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Black Cube

Recipient of a Black Cube fellowship Black Cube is a non-profit, experimental art museum that operates nomadically. Without the traditional boundaries of a physical building, Black Cube exists primarily through partnering with artist fellows to commission pop up art experiences. Black Cube Denver, USA  


Cristina Garrido at Gerald Moore Gallery

Cristina Garrido is part of In Quotes, an exhibition curated by Ann-Marie James and Caroline Fisher, presenting works by an exciting range of contemporary artists working with collage and assemblage across generations. March 17 – May 19, 2018 Gerald Moore Gallery London, UK  


Cristina Garrido at Centro de Exposiciones Subte

Cristina Garrido is part of “Intervention”, a group show curated by Juan José Santos at Centro de Exposiciones Subte. March 16 – May 6, 2018 Centro de Exposiciones Subte Montevideo, Uruguay


Fernando Palomar & Francisco Ugarte at ASU Art Museum

This traveling exhibition presents an investigation of the work carried out in studios and artisanal workshops in Jalisco, Mexico. Focusing on the last 100 years of production, the works included in the exhibition showcase collaborations between artists and artisans who work and live in western Mexico. March 16 – June 30, 2018 Arizona State University…


Cristina Garrido at ARCOMadrid Art Fair

The Community of Madrid has awarded Cristina Garrido at the International Contemporary Art Fair ARCO. The award seeks the recognition of creators aged under 40. The Boothworks docufiction work is composed with recontextualized and slightly modified quotations that Cristina Garrido combines with audiovisual documentation of fairs around the world. A voiceover repeats the words that artists, critics…


Octavio Abúndez at Open Studio Madrid

Open Studio is an annual initiative created to promote and disseminate the visual arts. For four days, a selection of artists, both emerging and acclaimed, show their studios with particular emphasis on creative processes. Open Studio provides a chance for visitors to discover how artists work and for artists to promote and disseminate their oeuvre…


Cristina Garrido at Jahn und Jahn Gallery

The exhibition curated by Marta Ramos-Yzquierdo will present a selection of works from Fred Jahn’s gallery archives and library, together with the pieces of about 27 international artists: both guests and artists who work with Fred and Matthias Jahn. The starting point is Gallery Jahn und Jahn’s desire to consider its own history as a…


Cristina Garrido at CASS Sculpture Foundation

Through an extension of their engagement in painting, drawing and sculpture, Hartley and Steadman have produced a number of steel, MDF and resin architectural structures to display a selection of the CASS maquettes. In order to re-contextualise this collection Hartley and Steadman have also invited a pool of contemporary artists to display pre-existing and newly…


Cristina Garrido at The Goma gallery

The film “Boothworks” is a pseudo-fictional documentary that narrates, from the optic of the future, how the current art market undergoes a radical transformation induced by art fairs: gallerists, forced to abandon their conventional gallery spaces, now treat booths at fairs as their normal work place, innovating with the possibilities these places offer and ultimately creating…


Cristina Garrido at Centrale for Contemporary Art

“Private Choices“ lifts the veil on a significant aspect of art: contemporary art collections and its initiators, the art lovers. The latter play an increasingly important role in the constantly growing art world and, in the era of disproportionate commercialisation and globalisation of the art market, these passionate people invest time and money in contemporary creation,…

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Claudia Peña Salinas at Simon Preston Gallery

“Inside The Nest” is a group exhibition curated by Embajada. Conditions of post-colonialism, inherited and passed through generations, oral stories, traditions, and the fabrication of objects are invoked by each of the six artists in the show as a means to reclaim their particular cultural heritage. Claudia Peña Salina’s practice is centered on visits to Mexico, where…


Cristina Garrido at Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo

In the 20th century, exhibitions gradually evolved into devices for producing subjectivities, experiences and discourses. The various formulas for presenting artworks to the public not only exhibited artistic creations but also constructed narratives that were contaminated by the prevailing ideologies of the day. In recent years, many contemporary artists have shown an interest in critically…

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A. Almanza Pereda, O. Abúndez & F. Ugarte at KOHN Gallery

This group exhibition brings together nine prominent artists based in Guadalajara, Mexico, whose varied practices contribute to the city’s growing cultural ascendance and international recognition. September 16 – November 4, 2017 KOHN Gallery Los Angeles, USA


Alejandro Almanza Pereda at the 15th Istanbul Biennial

Alejandro Almanza Pereda has been selected to be part of the 15th Istanbul Biennial, curated by Elmgreen & Dragset and centered around the concept of “a good neighbor”. From September 16 to November 12, 2017 the 15th Istanbul Biennial will be staged across six venues in the heart of the Turkish city. September 16 – November 12, 2017 15…


Fernando Palomar & Francisco Ugarte at MCA Denver

This traveling exhibition presents an investigation of the work carried out in studios and artisanal workshops in Jalisco, Mexico. Focusing on the last 100 years of production, the works included in the exhibition showcase collaborations between artists and artisans who work and live in western Mexico. September 13, 2017 – January 21, 2018 Museum of…


Juan Capistrán at MOCA Detroit

“Sonic Rebellion: Music as Resistance” is inspired by the vital history of music in Detroit and the legacy of the 1967 Detroit Rebellion. The exhibition continues MOCAD’s investigations into the history of Detroit as well as its programmatic focus on the relationship between art, music, and politics. September 8, 2017 – January 7, 2018 MOCA Detroit Detroit,…


Octavio Abúndez at Museo de Arte de Zapopan (MAZ)

The exhibition “Doble” presents Octavio Abúndez and Édgar Cobián’s visions of contemporary art, through installations and digital art. Octavio Abúndez approaches the subject of duality using the dual personality of an actor that has to play a character part. He elaborated a creative exercise, based on choosing an actor (in this case, Keanu Reeve), seeing…


Richard T. Walker at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Richard T. Walker is part of “Soundtracks”, a large-scale group exhibition centered on the role of sound in contemporary art. July 15, 2017 – January 1, 2018 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) San Francisco, USA  

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Claudia Peña Salinas at Paul Kasmin Gallery

Claudia Peña Salinas is part of “The Curator’s Eggs” which will feature the work of thirteen artists, each selected by one of thirteen guest curators. July 12 – August 18, 2017 Paul Kasmin Gallery New York, USA  

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Cristina Garrido selected by Fundación Botín

Cristina Garrido has been selected by Fundación Botín to receive a Plastic Arts International Fellowship, among with 5 other artists. Fundación Botín received a total of 531 applications this year. Fundación Botín Santander, Spain  


Cristina Garrido at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

Cristina Garrido is part of “Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia”, a group show curated by Johannes Säre and Marten Esko at EKKM, the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia. The exhibition dwells on the museum’s operating methods and looks for potential approaches towards some possible future scenarios. It addresses themes such as the internationalisation and standardisation of contemporary…

Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Weatherspoon Art Museum  

In his video, Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all (2014), Mexican artist Alejandro Almanza Pereda creates a surreal scene: a still life—that traditional artist’s subject of objects on a surface—becomes animated. Playing cards, fruit, and vases move with unexpected buoyancy. Suddenly one sees these objects not as games, food, or…


Francisco Ugarte at Cristin Tierney Gallery

The works in Three Lines, One Square revolve around one of the most basic concepts in art: the line. Created at different scales and on different supports, each is comprised of a single line placed squarely at the center of the picture field and rendered in a restricted palette of black. Although the works appear to be…


Juan Capistrán at MOCA Detroit

A major group exhibition of ninety nine artists based in the United States, curated by Jens Hoffmann, 99 Cents or Less addresses Detroit’s ongoing economic crisis and its 2013 bankruptcy–the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in the history of the United States. May 19 – August 6, 2017 MOCA Detroit Detroit, USA  


The 10 Best Booths at ZsONA MACO

ARTSY selected Galería CURRO among the 10 Best Booths at Zsona MACO 2017. February 8 – 12, 2017 ZsONA MACO, Mexico City ARTSY