An exhibition at Mexico City’s Museo Jumex argues that from 1960 and ’85, artists across Latin America created a “decolonial” cultural history. However, the use of the term is largely unclear.
In its third year, the Index Art Book Fair in Mexico City had strong local representation, with independent and experimental publishing houses excelling in the art of bookmaking.
A retrospective in Mexico City traces the Canadian trio’s evolution from Fluxus-inflected performance directives to twists on commercial objects and images directly addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
MEXICO CITY – Drawing from its massive contemporary art collection, the Museo Jumex has turned introspective for The Natural Order of Things, a flawed and biased critique of the function of art museums.
MEXICO CITY — Lumping together groups of artists who have nothing more in common than geography is a risky curatorial proposition that often leads to mayhem.
MEXICO CITY — On the eve of this city’s biggest art fair, Zona MACO, the Museo Jumex quietly decided to cancel its upcoming Hermann Nitsch exhibition.