Throughout history, the importance of the artwork's physicality has been defied time and time again. The group show "Thin Air", stems from the concept of the invisibility of an artwork, creating emphasis on the idea, the process, and the context behind the piece itself rather than the materiality of it. The artists that participate in the show are: Yóllotl Alvarado, Javier Barrios, Emilio Chapela, Virginia Colwell, Jorge de la Garza, Manuela García, Cristóbal Gracia, Joshua Job, Ulrik López, Anuar Maauad, Federico Martínez Montoya, Chantal Peñalosa, Armando Rosales and Joaquín Segura
Emma Molina Gallery has the pleasure of presenting the exhibition, El Destello y el Instante, a benefit photography group show for the Destellos de Luz Association. The exhibition was curated by Xavier Moyssen and includes works by: Alejandro Cartagena, David Corona, Rafael Doniz, Alex Hank, Aristeo Jimenez, Juan Rodrigo Llaguno, Roberta Marroquín, Francisco Mata Rosas, Fernando Montiel Klint, Gerardo Montiel Klint, Roberto Ortiz Giacomán, Oswaldo Ruiz, Jaime Toussaint Elosua, Adam Wiseman, and Guillaume Zuili.
Emma Molina Gallery is proud to present the group show, Políticas del Polvo (Dust Politics) this upcoming April 28, 2016. Políticas del Polvo (Dust Politics) or #archivopdp, intends to be not only an exhibition, but also a discussion platform around the expanded concept of monument. The artists that conform the show are: Yollotl Alvarado, Javier Barrios, Jorge de la Garza, Manuela García, Cristóbal Gracia, Joshua Jobb, Ulrik López, Anuar Maauad, Theo Michael, Museo Invisible Fundidora, Chantal Peñalosa, Omar Pimienta, Armando Rosales, and Joaquín Segura.
Los invitamos a la inauguración de la muestra titulada Toda acumulación es violenta y la mercancía circula mejor erosionada del artista mexicano Miguel Fernández de Castro.
You are cordially invited to be a part of the conversation with Anuar Maauad, founder and director of the artist residency based in Mexico City, Casa Maauad. We will be showing Portfolio '14, a compilation of pieces by different artists that have been in the residency program.