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Over the last 30 years, Yoshua Okón’s artistic practice has evolved out of a fascination with art’s ability to act as a bomb. “Oraculo” features works like the 2015 video Oracle, a narrative on the nature of consumerism entitled Fridge-Freezer, and his most recent work, Banana Republic (título provisional), in which the artist sets fire to a replica of a clothing store. Through devices like critique and satire, Okón employs his practice with the job of opening his viewers’ eyes to the complex domination machine in which we each take part.
“Eres un Princeso (You are a Princess)” by Patricia Domínguez is on view on Backroom, Museo Tamayo’s online viewing room.
The group exhibition “Hit et Nunc” is on view through July 3 at Galería Le Laboratoire, Mexico City.
On view at kurimanzutto is a group show entitled “Siembra.”
"CATHARSIS" by Charlie Nesi is on view through May 8 at Galeriá Umbral.
Museo Tamayo presents "OTRXS MUNDXS" through April 18.