• Txema Novelo’s Emerald, Sapphire and Gold

    Txema Novelo pays a great deal of attention to the space between the divine and the quotidian.  His current exhibition Emerald, Sapphire and Gold is guided by the anthems preached in alternative rock music, the mysticism of religion and altars that inspire prayer to a higher power- whether it’s to a deity, philosopher or a divine personal […]

    Txema Novelo 0 Comments December 31, 2013
  • Materiality Collection by Cooperativa Panorámica

    Everyday materials, such as basalt stone, glass, copper, and terrazzo are beautifully hand-crafted into contemporary objects. Mexican design group Cooperativa Panorámica creates new identities for this collection of materials, exalting the objects’ “materiality” and enhancing their physical qualities. The materials featured in this collection are those that grace the everyday lives of many Mexican people. From the basalt […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments October 30, 2013
  • The Human Terrain of Miguel Milló

    Installation Magazine: What story do you want to tell in the Origins series? Miguel Milló: As the title Origins suggests, the story told in here appeals to a very primitive, deep and even magical nature in humanity sensitivity.  You can gaze upon each image and connect with the primal emotions and elements of the birth of […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments July 19, 2013
  • Alejandro Cartagena: The Other Side of Prosperity

    Alejandro Cartagena waited patiently along the highways that bisect the economic classes of Mexico.  The series Car Poolers encapsulates a moment in time but reflects an ongoing dialogue of  a culture chasing dreams of prosperity and progress in the back of pickup trucks.         Car Poolers was shot in one of the highways […]

    Alejandro Cartagena 0 Comments July 19, 2013