ECO: ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO MEXICANO
2005 · Madrid; MÃ©xico
by Power, Kevin (Dir).
Madrid; México: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia; CONACULTA, 2005. 23.5 cm. 253,(iii)p color plates, ports., cat., bios/chrons., bibls., wrps Catalogue of selected works that reflect the aesthetic plurality of Mexican contemporary art during the last 2 decades of the 20th century. The creations have as main theme the singularity of the megalopolis of Mexico City exemplifying the complexity and variety developed by a group of trans generational artists. Included are: Gunther Gerszo, Enrique Guzman, Francisco Toledo as well as the those from the emerging new generation: Jorge Yazpik, Verena Grimm, Diego Teo, and many others. The catalogue includes full page color plates of selected pieces that included the traditional formats (painting, sculpture and photography) along contemporary formats: DVDs., Video art, installation art, digital art, collages and documentation of performance, large-format installations and architectural interventions. The exhibition at the museum coincided with the ARCO 2005 program with Mexico as country of honor. ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXT. (Inventory #: 80581)