Posts Tagged ‘artist’

MOLAA joins the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (MACG), Mexico City, in presenting Siqueiros Paisajista / Siqueiros: Landscape Painter, an exhibition that reveals the renowned Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros as a major landscape painter. This exhibition, which will be on view from Sept. 12, 2009 – January 30, 2011, is  the first of its […]


Last night En La Noche at MOLAA featured Fernando Llanos, leading Mexican video artist and curator of Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective.  He gave a presentation on some of his work and also performed live with his band, mi:reyna.


Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective opens this Sunday. Both Felipe Ehrenberg and Fernando Llanos, the curator of the exhibition, will give guests a tour of the exhibition from 3:30-5:00pm that day. Below are some images of Felipe Ehrenberg putting the final touches on a piece that will be on view.


Manchuria: Peripheral Vision—A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective on view beginning on May 23  and running through August 15, is an exhibition of multimedia works created by Felipe Ehrenberg, one of Mexico’s most influential  conceptual artists. The 50 year survey of 200 works curated by Fernando Llanos explores Ehrenberg’s contribution to a postmodern aesthetic of conceptual, performance, […]


Daniel Lezama, a Mexican painter, is not afraid of taking on touchy and/or controversial subjects for his paintings. While there are some who praise him there are others who find his works, which are often nude depictions of working-class Mexicans (including children) offensive. His works are described as, “simultaneously violent and sordid, touching and tender.” […]