From the militarization of the citizens to socially committed art, Mexican artist and professor Adela Goldbard helps us understand Mexico’s situation and challenges after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic. Adela Goldbard is an interdisciplinary artist/educator/scholar from Mexico City. […]Read More
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Mujeres Muralistas can be considered both a movement and an archive. Founded by Scarlett Baily, a muralist based in Mexico City, this project aims to increase the visibility of work by women muralists by creating awareness in curators of exhibitions, organizers of art festivals, and the general public of the importance […]Read More
Female Mexican filmmakers are on the rise. Miranda Leggett reviews some of these active directors working on multiple genres and telling under-the-radar stories. Each of the women director included has won at least one national or international prize. Esta lista incluye directoras actuales de México que han trabajado en géneros […]Read More
Identity, popular culture and power are constant themes of contemporary Mexican art. Here is a selection by curator Luisa Fernanda Lindo of ten contemporary Mexican artists born after 1975. 1. ARTEMIO NARRO (1976) Creative, irreverent, controversial and brutally honest, he is one of the most representative artists of the generation […]Read More