Tag Archives: Mexico

Miguel Angel Salgado Rosales – Cuautitlán Izcalli, México

Briefly describe the work you do. I am currently working on a project that relates the painting, sculpture and installation at the same time, what I called “Wizards” it is an anthropological study of the first Wizards, half-man half-animal, the … Continue reading

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Eugenia Martinez – México City, México

Briefly describe the work you do.   I have had an interest in painting since I was very young. For the last 12 years, I have been mainly working with Mexican portraits from the past. My purpose is to reflect the … Continue reading

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Dinashuy – Aguascalientes, Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work is based on images I find inspirational and deconstruct them digitally to give them a new look reflected on oil paintings. They’re based in the way I perceive the world, from the … Continue reading

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Carlos Colín – Vancouver, BC, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do. Art is an indivisible part of the people, and as an art worker, I must participate in my social communities. My works are conceptually based and socially engaged. I work with different materials as … Continue reading

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Edna Cantoral Acosta – Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

Briefly describe the work you do. I am interested in that which is broken; the unfinished that never ends because it keeps changing; the “mistake“, the recycled, undrawn drawing, mixed techniques; the fragile; the small; introspection. I mainly works with … Continue reading

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Yvette Mayorga – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I make sculptural towers made out of frosting and found objects that stand as monuments of immigrants. They are monuments to transnational bodies that have been covered in the sweetness of the American dream. … Continue reading

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