Zona Maco, BADA, Salón Acme and Feria Material are some of the art fairs that will be present in edition, and to warm up your engines as they arrive with the best to delight us audiovisually, you can attend some exhibitions that various museums and galleries have available.
Minerva Cuevas: Game Over (until February 26)
In gallery 1 of the museum is the installation Game Over, a participatory scenography around the concepts of play, ecology and urban development, in which Minerva Cuevas (CDMX, 1975) generates references to playgrounds and contemporary landscapes as a reflection of processes socials of the last century.
Lari Pittman: What you see, you wonder (until February 26)
It is a retrospective exhibition of the artist Lari Pittman (USA, 1952), whose striking, multi-layered paintings have challenged formal pictorial space, cultural representation, and audiovisual production since the 1980s. The title of the exhibition is a reference to John Gabriel.
Located at Blvd. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303, Granada, Miguel Hidalgo, CDMX.
Contemporary Art University Museum (MUAC)
Ben Vautier. death does not exist (Rooms 1, 2 and 3, until April 2)
With a huge production, Ben Vautier generates an uninhibited, powerful and total work. The main theme is art itself: the need to always be committed and radical, the look at any human exercise understood as a manifestation of culture and even its apparent uselessness.
Located at Av. Insurgentes Sur 3000, CU, Coyoacán, CDMX.
Raphael Montañez Ortíz: A Contextual Retrospective (until April 2, 2023)
It is the first large-scale exhibition dedicated to the artist, activist and educator. It covers from the 50s to the beginning of 2020, in different media such as film, painting, photography, video installation, documents and assemblages. The exhibition is divided into four sections that explore Ortíz’s contributions to 20th and 21st century art.
Located at Av. Paseo de la Reforma 51, Polanco, Bosque de Chapultepec I Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, CDMX.
“Things We Do for Love” (until February 19)
It is an exhibition that is made up of a video installation with music and sound design by Roderic, and a large-format sculpture that, together, expose the poetics of art and its effect on our perception of reality. It was created by the artist Erick Meyenberg during an artist residency in Japan, who with his camera in hand captured moments in Tokyo, Kyoto, Kanazawa, Hiroshima and Naoshina, as well as Mexico upon his return.
Located at Anillo Periférico 3720 2nd Floor, Jardines del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón
Karen Huber Gallery
Kanako Namura – How to play in the park (until January 2023)
How to Play in the Park presents a series of drawings by Kanako Namura, based on material experimentation during the pandemic. The series of drawings is accompanied by three-dimensional pieces that the artist made using materials collected from the streets of Mexico City.
Hurry up because there are very few days left for this exhibition to end.
Located at Bucareli 120-1st floor, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, CDMX.