Temporalidad Exhibitions: Art Fairs

Problemas en el paraíso

For this edition of NADA New York 2022, Machete Galería is pleased to present for PROJECTS section, a solo show by the artist Andrea Villalón (1995, Uruapan, Michoacán, Mexico). part of his new series “Problemas en el paraíso” (“Trouble in Paradise”)

FERIA MATERIAL, VOL. 8

This 8th Material edition is very special for everyone, going back to the fairs is one more step to recover our work and future. Our booth wants to be able to bring a selection of our program to the fair visitor. With this presentation we want to show our maturity as a gallery, how our …

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ZONA MACO Art Week

TE CONOZCO DE ANTES BY MARCOS CASTRO Within the framework of the art week organized by Zona Maco, Proyectos Monclova will host Machete Galería in its exhibition space where it will present a single show consisting of large-format paintings by the artist Marcos Castro (Mexico 1981). NADA ES ETERNO, TODO ES ETERNO BY FLORIA GONZÁLEZ …

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Material Art Fair

A selection of works by Abraham Gonzalez Pacheco, Ana Gallardo, Andrea Villalón, Artemio, Diego Berruecos, Fátima Rodrigo,  Marcos Castro and Paula Cortazar.

La vulgar falta de identidad

When he began sketching his presentation for Expo Chicago 2022, Marcos Castro planned to continue exploring the imagery of his recent work around the idea of mestizaje, re-interpreting foundational myths and the history of Mexican art. But as he worked on the booth, he began to face both internal and external questions about his identity …

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FAMA

A selection of works by Abraham Gonzalez Pacheco, Alessandro Bo, Artemio, Maíra Senise, Marcos Castro, María Conejo, Mariel Lebrija, Paula Cortazar, Santiago Paredes and Sofia Spinnato.

ZONA MACO

A selection of works by Abraham Gonzalez Pacheco, Ana Gallardo, Artemio, Marcos Castro, Natalia Ortega Gámez, Paula Cortazar and Sol Pipkin.

UNTITLED

A selection of works by Artemio, Hulda Guzmán, Julián Prebisch, Marcos Castro and  Paula Cortazar.