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In its eighth edition, Gallery Weekend México welcomes a lineup of 56 galleries, including a refreshing next generation of spaces that have been founded in the last three years. Marking the event, participating galleries will offer extended hours November 5—7.
Galleries, including those specializing in design, include Campeche, Galería OMR, Mascota, Plomo, kurimanzutto, Galería RGR, Galería Hilario Galguera, Studio IMA, Diez Company, and Luteca, and many more. Artist spaces to look out for during the weekend include Fundación Casa Wabi, Guadalajara 90210, Nixxxon, and Salón Silicón.
Gallery Weekend México continues to be a platform for artists who are challenging what it means to make art and collectors to connect and to highlight the local artistic scene.
Continuing with the theme of investigating man-made structures in natural spaces and their consequences, Sofía Táboas presents her very own, “Gama Térmica.”
Hosted by Proyecto Paralelo, Melanie Smith’s “Fifteen Minutes of Sublime Meditation” is on view until November 7.
Jou Morales’s “Atlas of the Hill” opened at the kurimanzutto is on view until December 14.
“You Are Everything” is on view now until November 13 at the Galería RGR.
Selected works by mid to late-20th century artist Abel Quezada, who spent his career illustrating political and social life in Mexico from the 1940s onward, will be on view at Proyectos Monclova until December 18 in the show "Typical Mexican landscape. Paintings and watercolors 1972–1989."