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Gabriel Orozco

Gabriel Orozco at kurimanzutto

Seven years ago, Gabriel Orozco transformed kurimanzutto into a convenience store. Now, the artist returns for his second exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition offers a series of recent drawings, paintings, and sculptures connected to the places where Orozco lives. Diario de Plantas is a notebook so small it could fit in the palm of one’s hand; inside, it holds leaves from his stays in Tokyo, Acapulco, and Mexico City.

The sculptures in Dés (French for dice) were carved from local Mexican stones, including red volcanic tezontle and white marble. The paintings featured in “Circular Identity” articulate the seemingly implausible encounter of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man and the imposing stone sculpture of Coatlicue, the Aztec goddess of life and death.

Gabriel Orozco Gabriel Orozco, “Untitled,” 2021-2022, gouache, tempera, ink and graphite on paper, courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, Mexico City / New York photo by Gerardo Landa / Eduardo Lópex (GLR estudio).
Gabriel Orozco Gabriel Orozco, “Untitled,” 2021-2022, gouache, tempera, ink and graphite on paper, courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, Mexico City / New York photo by Gerardo Landa / Eduardo Lópex (GLR estudio).

C. Gobernador Rafael Rebollar 94, San Miguel Chapultepec I Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11850 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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