Category Archives: Mexican Artists

Zazil Barba

Her work revolves around the exploration and redefinition of the everyday, the search for the uncertain and random, the valuation of the processes over the results, and the constant questioning as the central axis of creation. Most of Barba´s projects use narrative as a

Zazil Barba

Her work revolves around the exploration and redefinition of the everyday, the search for the uncertain and random, the valuation of the processes over the results, and the constant questioning as the central axis of creation. Most of Barba´s projects use narrative as a

Alvaro Ugarte

“I try not to know where my body of work is heading, focusing mainly on the momentary ideas that arise out of the transformation I’m having along with the world and my surroundings. Without trying to archive any formal explanation.”

Alvaro Ugarte

“I try not to know where my body of work is heading, focusing mainly on the momentary ideas that arise out of the transformation I’m having along with the world and my surroundings. Without trying to archive any formal explanation.”

Varenka Ruiz

Taking inspiration from the magical experience of playing during the night during her childhood and inventing parallel worlds that could go beyond the restrictions of adult reason, Varenka uses the idea of perception as the initial catalyst of her work.

Varenka Ruiz

Taking inspiration from the magical experience of playing during the night during her childhood and inventing parallel worlds that could go beyond the restrictions of adult reason, Varenka uses the idea of perception as the initial catalyst of her work.

Sebastian Vizcaino

Sebastian´s work starts with the constant exploration of artistic techniques to work around subjects like destiny, randomness, luck and memories that once where and how to create new ones. Studied communication sciences at ITESO (2004-2009), before that time he already

Sebastian Vizcaino

Sebastian´s work starts with the constant exploration of artistic techniques to work around subjects like destiny, randomness, luck and memories that once where and how to create new ones. Studied communication sciences at ITESO (2004-2009), before that time he already

Mario Navarro

The formal aesthetics and syntax of Mario Navarro stand as an alternative reference to certain classes of objects just as words do not « refer » to things themselves in Saussure’s theory of linguistics. (Utilitarian) objects and architectures have meanings as points

Mario Navarro

The formal aesthetics and syntax of Mario Navarro stand as an alternative reference to certain classes of objects just as words do not « refer » to things themselves in Saussure’s theory of linguistics. (Utilitarian) objects and architectures have meanings as points

Pablo Davila

Pablo Davila is a Mexican artist born in 1983. His work comprises a range of different media. He often uses film, light installations, photography and site specific interventions, with particular attention to detail and the technical nature of the media

Pablo Davila

Pablo Davila is a Mexican artist born in 1983. His work comprises a range of different media. He often uses film, light installations, photography and site specific interventions, with particular attention to detail and the technical nature of the media

Monica Escutia

Modern art moved the search of the representational project, now in direction of products who are formal materials and compositional. In this process Art does not pretend to reproduce fragments of the world, instead create something new. The value of each piece it

Monica Escutia

Modern art moved the search of the representational project, now in direction of products who are formal materials and compositional. In this process Art does not pretend to reproduce fragments of the world, instead create something new. The value of each piece it