16 August 2010


Chocolate coins
panamericana, exhibition at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City
Curator, Jens Hoffmann
Until September 16th, 2010
Adrián Esparza, Adrián Villar Rojas, Adriana Lara, Alessandro Balteo Yazbeck, Alexandre da Cunha, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Carla Zaccagnini, Cinthya Soto, Diego Pérez, Eduardo Basualdo, Federico Herrero, Gabriel Sierra, Juan Araujo, Juan Capistrán, Luis Carlos Hurtado, Marcelo Cidade, Mariana Castillo Deball, Mateo López, Nicolás Paris Vélez, Nuria Montiel, Wilfredo Prieto y Yoan Capote.

The best work of the exhibition even though Mateo Lopez (?) is not the first or the last to notice the bulky objects used in Mexico to keep a parking space free. He stole them all personally.

Artist German Venegas next to Mateo Lopez.

It was my first time to the gallery so I wasn't sure this was part of the Panamericana exhibition.

Kuri with guests possing for my click.

Adrian Esparza deconstrucs a sarape.

A Tom Classen or a mould for the Antropological Museum? by Mariana Castillo Deball

The new old Mexican heroes. Retro is everywhere by Adriana Lara.

Carla Zacaggnini. Just let the time pass and buildings take their own shape. Photoshop is not needed.

Cuba libre (on the floor) by Wilfredo Prieto.

An attractive flag window by Yoan Capote.

Choose your drink, a Pascual Boing (fruit juice) or a Montejo beer?

Kurimanzutto Gallery is a former timber yard built in 1949.

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