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Gabriel de la Mora/Ricardo Ata, 90, 2017 Acrílico sobre ixtle / Acrylic on ixtle Overall dimensions 45.6 x 45.6 x 2.3 cm 17.95 x 17.95 x .90 inches

Gabriel de la Mora/Ricardo Ata, 90, 2017, Acrílico sobre ixtle / Acrylic on ixtle – 45.6 x 45.6 x 2.3 cm / 17.95 x 17.95 x .90 inches.

 

ARTE/SANO ENTRE ARTISTAS 5.0

Curador: WALTHER BOELSTERLY URRUTIA

25 noviembre 2017 – 23 de febrero 2018

Artistas:

Ernesto Álvarez, Rubén Ángeles, Lorenza Aranguren, Ricardo Ata, Arno Avilés, Claudia Ballesteros, Mónica Barajas, Jeannette Betancourt, Miguel Bolivar, Carolina Borja, Carolyn Bowes, John Bowes Fawkner, Gloria Carrasco, Lucas Castro, Josué Chi, Arnaldo Coen, Antonio Cornelio, Francisco “Chico” Coronel, Mario Cruz Terán (Museo del Oficio Alfarero Tinajeril), Tirso Cuevas, Isabel de Borchgrave, Gabriel De la Mora, Carmen de la Parra Arribalzaga, Javier del Cueto, Joel Escalona, Tomás Esparza, Juan Fraga, Olivia Galán, Israel García Hernández, Fidel Gerónimo. Ma. Del Pilar Gómez Martínez, Adan González Enciso, Ismael Grande Santiago, Antonio Gritón, David Guillén Peña, Irma Gutiérrez, Dominga Gutierrez Hilario, Samuel Guzmán García, Salime Harp Cruces, Moises Hernández, Froylan Hernández, Baltazar Hernández López, Ma. Del Carmen Huizar, Irma Jiménez, Fernando Jimón Melchor, Victor Manuel Juárez Guzmán, Saúl Kaminer Marco Lamoyi, Paulina López (Poleta Rodete), Nadja Lozano, Carlos Maldonado, Jesús Martínez Cruz, Marína Martínez Pedro, Marisela Martínez Rossier, Rubén Maya, Erika Mercader Cortés, Chantal Meza, Álvaro Meza Hernández, Ricardo Molina, Luciano Molina Durán, Rabí Montoya, Victor Mora, Javier Muñoz, Enrique Nativitas, Rodrigo Noriega, Mujeres Miembros (Organización Masehual Siuamej Mosenyolchicauani), Gabriel Ortega García ᵻ, Pedro Ortega Lozano, Zenaido Joel Ortega Moreno, Marcela Ortega Ramos, Pablo Pajarito, Ana Miriam Peláez, Alberto Peredo Pozos, Miguel Pérez, Rafael Pérez, Pablo Pérez Bello, Napoleón Pérez Pamatz, Juan Carlos Ponce Morales, Nestor Quiñones, Deidre Ramírez, Nicolás Ramírez García, Graciela Ramírez López, Camelia Ramos, Margarita Ramos Ramírez, Luisa Restrepo, Coral Revueltas, Ivonne Reyes Guevara (Museo del Oficio Alfarero Tinajeril), Altamairano Rodrigo Sánchez, Gonzalo Rodríguez Gerónimo, José Juan Rodríguez Palacios, Rogelio Rojas Islas, Pedro Romo de la Rosa, Elizabeth Ross, Eduardo Sánchez Rodríguez, Alfonso Soriano Palma, Ana Thiel, Roberto Tostado, Ismael Vargas, Rosa Velasco Ruiz, Mariana Velazquez Hernández, Mariana Velazquez Hernández, Juan Pablo Viedma, Cecilia Villanueva, Roger Von Gunten, Xawery Wolski, Carpintería Casa Prieto, Illnes, Jovian.

 

Museo de Arte Popular

Revillagigedo No. 11, esq. Independencia, Col. Centro, México, C.P. 06050

 

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Pomona 36 II D, 2012 – Plafón de 1904 desprendido, consolidado y montado sobre bastidor de aluminio / Ceiling of 1904 detached, consolidated and mounted on aluminum frame / 193.5 x 247.7 x 3.5 cm / 76.18 x 97.5 x 1.3 inches. Colección Privada / Private Collection.

 

Home – So Different, So Appealing: Art from the Americas since 1957.

 

Curators: Chon Noriega, Mari Carmen Ramirez, Pilar Tompkins Rivas.

Artists: Laura Aguilar, Allora & Calzadilla, Carmen Argote. Andres Asturias, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Myrna Báez, Antonio Berni, Johanna Calle, Luis Camnitzer, Leyla Cárdenas, Livia Corona Benjamin, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Gabriel de la Mora, Perla de Leon, Christina Fernandez, León Ferrari, Ramiro Gomez, Beatriz González, María Elena González, Felix González -Torres, María Teresa Hincapié, Salomón Huerta, Jessica Kairé, Guillermo Kuitca, Daniel Joseph Martínez, Antonio Martorell, Gordon Matta-Clark, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Mondongo, Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Julio Cesar Morales, Jorge Pedro Núñez, Camilo Ontiveros, Pepón Osorio, Miguel Angel Ríos, Miguel Ángel Rojas, Doris Salcedo, Juan Sánchez, Teresa Serrano, Vincent Valdez.

November 17th, 2017 – January 21th, 2018.

MFAH, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. 1001 Bissonnet, Houston, Texas 77005.

 

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Inicié la serie de papeles quemados el jueves 25 de octubre de 2007 y el miércoles 8 de noviembre de 2017 terminé la última pieza.

Me llevó 3,668 días el completar la serie de 16 piezas (43 papeles quemados), de las cuales corresponden a 5 páginas blancas y 38 páginas de mi Tesis de Maestría en Pratt Institute (2001-2003).

 

I started the Burnt Paper Series on thrusday october 25th, 2007 and today wednesday november 8th, 2017 I just finished the last piece.

It took me 3,668 days to complete the 16 pieces (43 burnt papers) from the series, 5 blank pages and 38 pages from my Thesis at Pratt Institute (2001-2003).

 

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Colima 55, Roma Norte,
Cuauhtémoc, 06700, Ciudad de México.
Martes a viernes (Tuesday – Friday): 10:00 – 18:00hrs.
Sábado (Saturday): 11:00 – 16:00hrs.

MCI / 144 III f, 2017 Mantillas de caucho de Offset desechadas sobre madera / Discarded rubber blanket from offset printing press, mounted on wood Dimensions: 120 x 90 x 4 cm 47.24 x 35.43 x 1.57 inches

MCI / 144 III f, 2017, Mantillas de caucho de Offset desechadas sobre madera / Discarded rubber blanket from offset printing press, mounted on wood – Dimensions: 120 x 90 x 4 cm / 47.24 x 35.43 x 1.57 inches.

 

SIN TÍTULO (Untitled) curated by Dan Cameron;
P.S. Satellites – A Project of Prospect New Orleans

Hugo Crosthwaite
Jose Dávila
Gabriel de la Mora
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Pablo Rasgado
Pedro Reyes
Martín Soto Climent

 

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, in collaboration with the Consulate of Mexico in New Orleans, is proud to present Sin Título (Untitled), a group exhibition of contemporary Mexican artists organized by New York-based curator Dan Cameron. Sin Título will open at the Jonathan Ferrara Gallery on November 4 and run through December 30, 2017. The exhibition is an official satellite exhibition of Prospect.4 New Orleans, the triennial that Cameron founded shortly after Hurricane Katrina. Sin Título is the first time a group exhibition of contemporary Mexican art ever presented in New Orleans and the Southeast of the United States.

The exhibition will be presented simultaneously at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery on Julia Street and nearby at the Art Gallery of the Consulate of Mexico on Convention Center Boulevard. Both locations are in the Arts District of New Orleans.  The featured artists for Sin Título are Hugo Crosthwaite, Jose Davila, Gabriel de la Mora, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Pablo Rasgado, Pedro Reyes and Martin Soto Climent.

Coinciding with New Orleans’ celebration of its 300th anniversary in 2018, Sin Título’s historical backdrop is the centuries-old political and cultural bond between the city and its southern neighbor. Whether musical or gastronomical, traces of Mexican culture from colonial to modern times can be found throughout New Orleans today, and the purpose of Sin Título is to add contemporary visual art to that rich exchange.

Ever since the international emergence of Gabriel Orozco and his circle of artist-contemporaries in the mid-1990s signaled a sea change in the art world’s opinion of Mexican art, the country’s gallery and museum scene has expanded dramatically. Correspondingly, while the six artists in Sin Título have all shown their work on multiple occasions in the U.S., the only previous occasion when any have shown in New Orleans was Prospect.1 in 2008, when Pedro Reyes’ sculpture was shown at the Contemporary Arts Center and Rafael Lozano-Hemmer presented and installation at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

As a specialist in both New Orleans and Latin American contemporary art, curator Dan Cameron has written and curated numerous projects on both topics over the past twenty years. Based in New York, he lived from 2007-2012 in New Orleans, founding and directing the first two editions of Prospect Biennial and was Visual Arts Director at CAC from 2007-2010, organized the XIII Bienal de Cuenca in Ecuador in 2016, and is Guest Curator of Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art 1954-1969, which part of the Pacific Standard Time initiative funded by the Getty Foundation, and opens at Palm Springs Art Museum in September.

The exhibition title, Sin Título, is both a direct reference to the example of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, who often left his works untitled, and an indirect reference to the cultural and political realities of the present age, in which positive emphasis of the rich cultural ties between Mexico and the U.S., and in particular the City of New Orleans, is an area that seems far too frequently overlooked

A public panel with Curator Dan Cameron and visiting artists Hugo Crosthwaite and Pablo Rasgado will be held on November 2, 2017 at the Contemporary Arts Center (900 Camp St) from 6-8 pm. Sin Título will open the following Saturday November 4, 2017 with receptions at both galleries from 6-9 pm for the Arts District of New Orleans First Saturday Gallery Openings. In conjunction with the VIP opening weekend of Prospect.4, the gallery will host a Special Curators Reception on Friday November 17th from 4-7 pm during the Prospect.4 Julia Street Celebration. Curator Dan Cameron will be present at both events.  The exhibition will be on view through December 30, 2017. For more information, please contact, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery at 504.522.5471 or  info@jonathanferraragallery.com.

Please join the conversation with JFG on Facebook (@Jonathan Ferrara Gallery), Twitter (@JFerraraGallery), and Instagram (@JonathanFerraraGallery) via the hashtags #SinTitulo, #PSsatellites, #ArtsDistrictNewOrleans and #JonathanFerraraGallery.

 

4 November – 30 December 2017
– Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (400A Julia Street)

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Sin Título Panel Discussion with curator and visitng artists: Hugo Crosthwaite and Pablo Rasgado
2 November 6-8PM at Contemporary Arts Center

First Saturday Gallery Openings
4 November + 2 December, 6-9PM at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
400A Julia Street
Curator’s Reception: P.4 Arts District Gallery Walk
17 November, 4-7PM at both locations.

 

 

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Gabriel de la Mora

Ištvan Išt Huzjan

Adrien Missika

Raúl Ortega Ayala

Michael Sailstorfer

Martín Soto Climent

Anna Virnich.

 

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Artissima

Proyectos Monclova

3.11.2017 – 5.11.2017 /  booth Hall Light Blue Stand 1 & Hall Black Stand 2

Gabriel de la Mora

Ištvan Išt Huzjan

Adrien Missika

Raúl Ortega Ayala

Michael Sailstorfer

Martín Soto Climent

Anna Virnich.

 

 

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20 Archivo V.V. 1948-49, 2012, Plata sobre gelatina / Silver on gelatin, Dimensions: 51.6 x 46.5 x 4.5 cm – 20.31 x 18.30 x 1.77 inches.

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