Lily Duarte Lily Duarte is a staff member of Installation Magazine's editorial team. Working directly with our Editor-in-Chief A. Moret, Lily aids in the magazine's curatorial process as well as communicates directly with our weekly featured artists.
  • Mario Wagner at The Standard Downtown LA Illustrator Mario Wagner best known for his Sci-Fi fantasy and cinematic images shares his latest work with Installation.   Wagner documented the creation of his mural Living Collage at The Standard Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.  He utilizes his usual tools, scalpel blade, scissors, glue, and acrylic in a larger scale to become part of the ever-changing landscape of Downtown […] No responses October 22, 2013
  • Pentágono Estudio: The Contemporary Ritual of Mezcal Celebrating our 30th issue, Pentágono shares their latest work, the Mexcal series.  The set consisting of four shots and one jar reflect the contemporary aesthetics of the urban landscape of Mexico City and highlight the traditional mezcal ritual.  This spirit was believed by pre-Hispanic tribes to allow an spiritual connection with the gods.  Pentágono creates beautiful hand-made artisan […] No responses October 17, 2013
  • Pentágono Estudio: String Theory Rooted in an elementary process, the design studio creates objects of great complexity.  Members Salvador Fernández, Rodrigo Guadarrama, Hee Jong Moon, Erick Sauxedo and Luis Velázquez reflect on the evolution of their craft and give Installation a first look inside their new works called The Dark Series from the NODO collection. The NODO collection is […] No responses August 30, 2013
  • The Foundations of Javier Marín The influence of Javier Marín echoes throughout Mexico City.  His sculptures have captivated an international audience and inspire a dialogue about the way viewers engage in public spaces.  With three decades of experience in the art world, Marín sees an opportunity to spark a new social dialogue.  The artist has funded and founded La Fundación […] No responses August 9, 2013
  • Gabriel de la Mora: Lost in the Method Hair, eggshells, and Post-its transform once they enter Gabriel de la Mora’s laboratory.  Equipped with unique tools, the craftsman transmutes discarded materials into detailed works of art driven by process and investigation.  As he expresses, “My definition of art is parallel with the definition of energy, stated as: Art is not created or destroyed, it […] One response July 6, 2013