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October 23, 2021 - December 11, 2021
Paloma Contreras Lomas’s “Cartridge (The Spiritual Nation)” is now on view at kurimanzutto until December 11. The exhibition, made up of a series of multimedia installations, explores the communication of natural and constructed landscapes, taking visitors through replicas of rocks, caves, and clouds in an artificial ecosystem. Lomas’s discipline, based largely around science fiction, intertwines video, writing, drawing, and performance to investigate the organic and the political. Lomas is currently working on La Nación Espiritual (or The Spiritual Nation) in close proximity to the Popocatépetl volcano. She lives and works in Mexico City.
kurimanzutto will also be featured in Gallery Weekend Mexico, taking place from November 5—7.
Through April 9, 2022, Le Laboratoire is presenting an exhibition of the artist, graphic designer, and poet Alejandro Magallanes.
On view at Galería RGR, Ding Yi’s “Anomalous Galaxies” features 11 paintings from the artist’s ongoing “Appearance of Crosses” series.
Akwetey Orraca-Tetteh’s first solo show in Mexico, “Western Retreat” stems from the artist’s relocation to Mexico City in 2020.
Galerie Philia’s exhibition “Transátlantico” celebrates the abilities of design to transcend cultural, societal, and geographical boundaries.
Inaugurating the gallery space within OMR’s newly-opened ALGO—a venue located in cultural hub LAGO—is the exhibition “Form Follows Energy.”
In the exhibition "the homemaker and her domain, part III," Leonor Antunes examines the life and work of Léna Meyer-Berner.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash's show “Olvido, Sombra, Nada” features the artists Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Lucas Samaras, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.
Josué Mejía's exhibition "First Scene: Entre caballos de fuerza y caballos de vapor" looks at the 1932 ballet by Carlos Chávez, Horse-Power.