In Iñaki Bonillas’ work, on view in his first solo show in New York, the margins of photographs shift from negative to positive space, becoming new images in their own right.
An exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the global clash between activist movements and their governments displays posters from Mexico and Paris.
The artist’s new installation in Mexico City, a functioning convenience store inside a gallery, peddles a false analogy between art and disposable commodities.
A video work about avian predators and their prey blends documentary and fictional narrative of the life of a bouncer in Mexico City.
In ektor garcia’s exhibition in Mexico City, sculptural assemblages that evoke altars, everyday tools, and sex toys blur conventional distinctions between types of artifacts.
MEXICO CITY — Two artists who couldn’t be more opposite — blue-chip celebrity superstar Anish Kapoor and the Cuban magician of minimalism Wilfredo Prieto — have solo shows currently on view in two of Mexico’s most distinguished contemporary art spaces.
MEXICO CITY — Between 1987 and 1992, a group of young art students in Mexico City formed a weekly flux group of creative exchange and critique as an alternative to the overly traditional fine art education available to them.
MEXICO CITY — Chocolate is very versatile.