ZONAMACO 2023
Alejandra Venegas, Ángela Gurría, Chantal Peñalosa, Edgar Orlaineta, Eduardo Terrazas, Fernando García Ponce, Gabriel de la Mora, Helen Escobedo, Hilda Palafox, Manuel Felguérez, Martín Soto Climent, Néstor Jiménez, Tercerunquinto, Yoshua Okón.

Booth A113
08.02.2023 – 12.02.2023

Centro Citibanamex
Av. del Conscripto 311, Lomas de Sotelo, Hipódromo de las Américas, Miguel Hidalgo, 11200 Ciudad de México, CDMX

https://zsonamaco.com/es/february/arte-contemporaneo/2023/galleries
www.proyectosmonclova.com
www.gabrieldelamora.com



 

Proyectos Monclova participa en la feria ZONAMACO 2023 en una colaboración especial con la galería Simões de Assis, con sedes en São Paulo y Curitiba en Brasil. Ambas galerías presentan una propuesta de arte contemporáneo y moderno con una selección de artistas argentinos, brasileños, mexicanos y venezolanos que trabajan con la abstracción y geometría. Por su parte, Proyectos Monclova presentará obras de Alejandra Venegas, Ángela Gurría, Chantal Peñalosa, Edgar Orlaineta, Eduardo Terrazas, Fernando García Ponce, Gabriel de la Mora, Helen Escobedo, Hilda Palafox, Manuel Felguérez, Martín Soto Climent, Néstor Jiménez, Tercerunquinto y Yoshua Okón. Al mismo tiempo, Simões de Assis mostrará obra de Abraham Palatnik, Alfredo Volpi,  Antonio Asis, Juan Parada, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Emanoel Araujo, Gonçalo Ivo, Jesús Rafael Soto, Mano Penalva, Miguel Bakun y Sérgio Camargo. El resultado de este trabajo establece diálogos a partir de diferentes lenguajes, soportes y expresiones estéticas.
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Proyectos Monclova participates at ZONAMACO 2023 with a special collaboration with the Simões de Assis gallery that has spaces in both São Paulo and Curitiba, Brazil. Both galleries present a  galerías offer a presentation of contemporary and modern art with a selection of Argentine, Brazilian, Mexican, and Venezuelan artists who work with abstraction and geometry. Proyectos Monclova’s contribution to the presentation will include works by Alejandra Venegas, Ángela Gurría, Chantal Peñalosa, Edgar Orlaineta, Eduardo Terrazas, Fernando García Ponce, Gabriel de la Mora, Helen Escobedo, Hilda Palafox, Manuel Felguérez, Martín Soto Climent, Néstor Jiménez, Tercerunquinto, and Yoshua Okon. Alongside this selection, Simões de Assis will show works by Abraham Palatnik, Alfredo Volpi, Antonio Asis, Juan Parada, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Emanoel Araujo, Gonçalo Ivo, Jesús Rafael Soto, Mano Penalva, Miguel Bakun, and Sérgio Camargo. The result of this work establishes dialogues from different languages, points of reference, and aesthetic expressions.

Xavier Veilhan, Johan Creten, Hans Hartung, Thilo Heinzmann, Sophie Calle, Jean-Marie Appriou, Laurent Grasso, Gregor Hildebrant, Mathilde Denize, Klara Kristalova, Pieter Vermeersch, Lee Bae, Jean-Pjilippe Delhomme, Gabriel de la Mora, Takashi Murakami, and Tavares Strachan.

01.10 – 03.11.2023

Paris
2 Bis Avenue Matignon 75008 Paris

https://www.perrotin.com/exhibitions/salon-perrotin-matignon/10785

Gabriel de la Mora @Proyectos Monclova Booth G28 Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Beach Convention Center
December 1 – 3, 2022

James Benjamin Franklin, Eduardo Terrazas, Edgar Orlaineta, Michael Sailstorfer, Gabriel de la Mora, Ángela Guirría, Helen Escobedo, Manuel Felguérez, Alexander Calder.

www.proyectosmonclova.com

https://www.artbasel.com/miami-beach

www.gabrieldelamora.com

Gabriel de la Mora @Proyectos Monclova Booth G28 Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Beach Convention Center
December 1 – 3, 2022

James Benjamin Franklin, Eduardo Terrazas, Edgar Orlaineta, Michael Sailstorfer, Gabriel de la Mora, Ángela Guirría, Helen Escobedo, Manuel Felguérez, Alexander Calder.

Image / Imagen:

Gabriel de la Mora
599 – Ca.Cy. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Callycore cynosura sobre cartulina de museo / Callycore cynosura butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Image Dimensions: 30 x 30 x 2 cm /11.81 x 11.81 x .79 inches
Framed Dimensions:35 x 35 x 6 cm /13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

https://www.proyectosmonclova.com/

www.gabrieldelamora.com

*Las alas de mariposa utilizadas en esta nueva serie Lepidóptera, provienen de mariposas criadasen mariposarios de Perú, Indonesia y Madagascar, al morir de forma natural al ser liberadas, son recolectadas por comunidades locales. / The butterfly wings used in this new Lepidoptera series come from butterflies raised in butterfly farms in Peru, Indonesia and Madagascar, dying naturally when released, they are collected by local communities.

Gabriel de la Mora @ Perrotin Booth J3
Art Basel Miami Beach
December 1 — 3, 2022
Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Perrotin is pleased to participate in this year’s iteration of Art Basel Miami Beach with an interactive project by art collective MSCHF, a nested solo presentation by Japanese artists belonging to Kaikai Kiki studio, and the debut of work by new artists to the gallery: Henry Gunderson, Nikki Maloof, Sophia Narrett, and Kathia St. Hilaire.

Brooklyn-based art collective MSCHF will make their debut at Art Basel with an immersive sculpture on Perrotin’s booth, concurrent to their exhibition at Perrotin New York on view through December 23, No More Tears, I’m Lovin’ It.

Central to the booth, Perrotin will present new artwork by Japanese artists belonging to Kaikai Kiki. Emi Kuraya, MADSAKI, and ob will debut new paintings, Otani Workshop will present a series of bronze sculptures and paintings, and Takashi Murakami will debut works from his Murakami.Flowers series. Concurrently, Otani Workshop recently opened Hand, Eye, and Soul at Perrotin Seoul and Takashi Murakami will inaugurate Perrotin Dubai with a solo exhibition, on view from November 25, 2022 through January 28, 2023.

Henry Gunderson will unveil a large-scale painting from his «House» series, marking Perrotin’s first collaboration with the artist, ahead of a solo exhibition of his work at Perrotin New York this Spring. Gunderson uses an acrylic layering technique in his oversized, hyperrealistic paintings that explore the human psyche through post-industrial American Pop Art landscapes.

Additionally, we will present a nested solo corner of still life artworks by Nikki Maloof, Sophia Narrett, and Danielle Orchard, who will have their debut exhibitions at Perrotin New York in Spring 2023. Kathia St. Hilaire will also present a new work on the booth, concurrent to her first-ever institutional exhibition, titled Immaterial Being, at NSU Fort Lauderdale.

Finally, Bernard Frize will present a new series of paintings, concurrent to his exhibition at Perrotin Paris (2 bis Avenue Matignon), Comment Puis-Je Te Dire…, on view through December 17.

Perrotin’s booth will include a curated selection of works by Jean-Marie Appriou, Iván Argote, Hernan Bas, Genesis Belanger, Anna-Eva Bergman, Stan Burnside, Jean-Philippe Delhomme, Nick Doyle, Charles Hascoët, Thilo Heinzmann, John Henderson, Leslie Hewitt, Gregor Hildebrandt, Kara Joslyn, Izumi Kato, Bharti Kher, Klara Kristalova, Trevon Latin, Lee Bae, Gabriel de la Mora, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Paola Pivi, Gabriel Rico, Jesús Rafael Soto, Josh Sperling, Tavares Strachan, and Xiyao Wang.

Image / Imagen:

Gabriel de la Mora 3,571 – He.Le. , 2022
Díptico de alas de mariposa Hebomoia leucippe sobre cartulina de museo / Dyptich of Hebomoia leucippe butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Overall dimensions
65 x 130 x 6 cm /25.59 x 51.18 x 2.36 inches
Each image dimensions: 60 x 60 x 2 cm / 23.62 x 23.62 x .79 inches
Each framed dimensions: 65 x 65 x 6 cm /25.59 x 25.59 x 2.36 inches

*Las alas de mariposa utilizadas en esta nueva serie Lepidóptera, provienen de mariposas criadas en mariposarios de Perú, Indonesia y Madagascar, al morir de forma natural al ser liberadas, son recolectadas por comunidades locales. / The butterfly wings used in this new Lepidoptera series come from butterflies raised in butterfly farms in Peru, Indonesia and Madagascar, dying naturally when released, they are collected by local communities.

https://www.artbasel.com/miami-beach

www.perrotin.com

Gabriel de la Mora @ Timothy Taylor Booth C28
Art Basel Miami Beach
VIP Preview: 29 – 30 November 2022 Public Days: 1 – 3 December 2022

Timothy Taylor is pleased to present a blend of primary and secondary-market works for Art Basel Miami Beach 2022, showcasing artists Daniel Crews-Chubb, Jorge Eielson, Armen Eloyan, Sam Francis, Adolph Gottlieb, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Alex Katz, Jonathan Lasker, Glenn Ligon, Sahara Longe, Chris Martin, Eddie Martinez, Josephine Meckseper, Gabriel de la Mora, Annie Morris, Richard Patterson, Hayal Pozanti, Jiab Prachakul, Sean Scully, Kiki Smith and Eduardo Terrazas.

Tracing the influence and potency of 20th century masters to the vibrant work of contemporary artists today, the paintings and sculpture in this presentation focus on the blaze of painterly colour and clarity of form. They reflect the moment before the eye and brain connect in a snap of seeing: when life moves into flashes of pure abstraction.

Image/ Imagen:

Gabriel de la Mora 61,600, 2014
2,464 laterales usados de 1,232 cajas de 61,600 cerillos encendidos pegados sobre cartulina libre de acido / 2,464 used sides of 1,232 match boxes from 61,600 burnt matches on cardboard.
Overall dimensions:100 x 80.5 x 4 cm /39.37 x 31.69 x 1.57 inches

https://www.timothytaylor.com/exhibitions/art-basel-miami-2022/

https://www.artbasel.com/miami-beach

WEST BUND ART & DESIGN
Gabriel de la Mora
West Bund Art Center
Booth: A108 / Perrotin
10-13 November 2022
Shanghai, China

For West Bund Art & Design 2022, Perrotin will dedicate a solo booth of new works by Mexican artist Gabriel de la Mora.

Gabriel de la Mora´s practice focuses on the construction of seemingly minimal yet extremely complex surfaces that are underlined by intense mathematical precision. As both a collector of objects and fascinated by science, he began to make geometric compositions with elements that contrain genetic material – human hair,
feathers, eggshells, or most recently, butterfly wings. For this new body of work, titled Lepidoptera, De la Mora mines the rich cultural symbolism of the butterfly, sourcing the material from butterfly conservation farms in Peru and Indonesia. In addition, the artist presents an evolution to this series, including three works that integrate three different materials at thesame time: Morpho didius butterfly wings, 24 karats Pure Gold leaf, and acrylic paint.

 

IMAGENES / IMAGES:

1)
Gabriel de la Mora 2,332 Mo.Di. PG. AG. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius, hoja de oro PG 24K y acrílico, sobre cartulina de museo / Morpho didius butterfly wings, PG 24K gold leaf and acrylic on museum cardboard.
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

2) 
Gabriel de la Mora 1,988 Mo.Di. OS. AG. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius, hoja de oro OS 24K y acrílico sobre cartulina de museo / Morpho didius butterfly wings, gold leaf OS 24K and acrylic on museum cardboard.
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

3)
Gabriel de la Mora 1,888 Mo.Di. PG. AG. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius, hoja de oro PG 24K y acrílico, sobre cartulina de museo / Morpho didius butterfly wings, PG 24K gold leaf and acrylic on museum cardboard.
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

4) 
Gabriel de la Mora 1,800 Pa.Ga., 2022
Díptico de alas de mariposa Papilio gambrisius sobre cartulina de museo / Dyptich of Papilio gambrisius butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

5)
Gabriel de la Mora 146 I Ca.Eu., 2022
Alas de mariposa Caligo eurilochus sobre cartulina de museo / Caligo eurilochus butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

6)
Gabriel de la Mora 896 Ur. Le. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Urania leilus sobre cartulina de museo / Urania leilus butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

7)
Gabriel de la Mora 949 I – As. Le. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Asterope leprieuri sobre cartulina de museo/ Asterope leprieuri butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

8)
Gabriel de la Mora 949 I Gr.An., 2022
Alas de mariposa Graphium androcles sobre cartulina de museo / Graphium androcles butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

9)
Gabriel de la Mora 1,464 I  He.Am., 2022
Alas de mariposa Heliconius amaryllis  sobre cartulina de museo / Heliconius amaryllis  butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

10)
Gabriel de la Mora 949 – I Ha-Am., 2022
 Alas de mariposa Hamadryas amphinome sobre cartulina de museo / Hamadryas amphinome butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

11)
Gabriel de la Mora 900 I – Pa.Pe. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Papilio peranthus sobre cartulina de museo / Papilio peranthus butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

12)
Gabriel de la Mora 2,928 He.Le. , 2022
Díptico de alas de mariposa Hebomoia Leucippe sobre cartulina de museo / Dyptich of Hebomoia leucippe butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Overall dimensions: 35 x 70 x 6 cm /13.78 x 27.56 x 2.36 inches

13)
Gabriel de la Mora 949 I-  H.O.O, 2022
Alas de mariposa Historis odius orion sobre cartulina de museo / Historis odius orion butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

14)
Gabriel de la Mora 949 I Pa.Bl, 2022
Alas de mariposa Papilio blumei sobre cartulina de museo / Papilio blumei butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

15)
Gabriel de la Mora 949 I Pa.Pr, 2022
Alas de mariposa Panacea prola sobre cartulina de museo / Panacea prola butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

16)
Gabriel de la Mora 900 I Pa.Th., 2022
Alas de mariposa Papilio thoas sobre cartulina de museo / Papilio thoas butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

17)
Gabriel de la Mora 900 V Mo.Di. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius sobre cartulina de museo/Morpho didius butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

18)
Gabriel de la Mora 300 II Mo.Di. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius sobre cartulina de museo/Morpho didius butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

19)
Gabriel de la Mora 450 II Mo.Di., 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius sobre cartulina de museo/Morpho didius butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

20)
Gabriel de la Mora 450 I Mo.Di. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Morpho didius sobre cartulina de museo/Morpho didius butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

21)
Gabriel de la Mora 1,810 – I – Ha.Fe., 2022
Alas de mariposa Hamadryas februa sobre cartulina de museo / Hamadryas februa butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

22)
Gabriel de la Mora 900 I Pa.Ul., 2022
Alas de mariposa Papilio ulysses sobre cartulina de museo / Papilio ulysses butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

23)

Gabriel de la Mora 1,810 I – Eu. Ha. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Eurytides harmodius sobre cartulina de museo / Eurytides harmodius butterfly wings on museum cardboard
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm/13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

 

 

* Las alas de mariposa utilizadas en esta nueva serie Lepidóptera, provienen de mariposas criadas en mariposarios de Perú, Indonesia y Madagascar, al morir de forma natural al ser liberadas, son recolectadas por comunidades locales. / The butterfly wings used in this new Lepidoptera series come from butterflies raised in butterfly farms in Peru, Indonesia and Madagascar, dying naturally when released, they are collected by local communities.

http://www.westbundshanghai.com/
www.perrotin.com
www.gabrieldelamora.com

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos by Mengqi Bao

WEST BUND ART & DESIGN
Gabriel de la Mora
West Bund Art Center
Booth: A108
10-13 November 2022
Shanghai, China

For West Bund Art & Design 2022, Perrotin will dedicate a solo booth of new works by Mexican artist Gabriel de la Mora.

Gabriel de la Mora´s practice focuses on the construction of seemingly minimal yet extremely complex surfaces that are underlined by intense mathematical precision. As both a collector of objects and fascinated by science, he began to make geometric compositions with elements that contrain genetic material – human hair, feathers, eggshells, or most recently, butterfly wings. For this new body of work, titled Lepidoptera, De la Mora mines the rich cultural symbolism of the butterfly, sourcing the material from butterfly conservation farms in Peru and Indonesia. In addition, the artist presents an evolution to this series, including three works that integrate three different materials at the same time: Morpho didius butterfly wings, 24 karats Pure Gold leaf, and acrylic paint.

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WEST BUND ART & DESIGN
Gabriel de la Mora
West Bund Art Center
Booth: A108 / Perrotin
10-13 November 2022
Shanghai, China

For West Bund Art & Design 2022, Perrotin will dedicate a solo booth of new works by Mexican artist Gabriel de la Mora.

Gabriel de la Mora´s practice focuses on the construction of seemingly minimal yet extremely complex surfaces that are underlined by intense mathematical precision. As both a collector of objects and fascinated by science, he began to make geometric compositions with elements that contrain genetic material – human hair, feathers, eggshells, or most recently, butterfly wings. For this new body of work, titled Lepidoptera, De la Mora mines the rich cultural symbolism of the butterfly, sourcing the material from butterfly conservation farms in Peru and Indonesia. In addition, the artist presents an evolution to this series, including three works that integrate three different materials at the same time: Morpho didius butterfly wings, 24 karats Pure Gold leaf, and acrylic paint.

IMAGEN / IMAGE:

Gabriel de la Mora
949 I – As. Le. , 2022
Alas de mariposa Asterope leprieuri sobre cartulina de museo / Asterope leprieuri butterfly wings on museum cardboard a
Dimensions:30 x 30 x 2 cm / 11.81 x 11.81 x .79 inches
Framed Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 6 cm / 13.78 x 13.78 x 2.36 inches

* Las alas de mariposa utilizadas en esta nueva serie Lepidóptera, provienen de mariposas criadas en mariposarios de Perú, Indonesia y Madagascar, al morir de forma natural al ser liberadas, son recolectadas por comunidades locales. / The butterfly wings used in this new Lepidoptera series come from butterflies raised in butterfly farms in Peru, Indonesia and Madagascar, dying naturally when released, they are collected by local communities.



https://www.perrotin.com/art-fairs/west-bund-shanghai/10495

https://www.perrotin.com/artists/gabriel_de_la_mora_/455#news

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