MEXICO CITY — Welcome back to Spotted, your weekly resource for exciting finds in the worlds of contemporary ceramics and contemporary ceramic art. This week highlights some of our favorite contemporary ceramic art and contemporary art finds from ZsONAMACO (Mexico City, February 8 – 12, 2017), Latin America’s most important contemporary art fair which garners artists, collectors, specialists and galleries from all over of the world.
Above image: Los Carpinteros, Celosia poliédrica posada I 2015, Watercolor on paper, 82 1/2 x 96 x 2 1/4 inches. Spotted at ZsonaMaco Art Fair, Mexico City.
Young artist Lucia Gonzalez‘s work was on display in the New Proposals section of this year’s art fair. The section showcased an emerging generation of artists to stimulate institutional behaviors and create work opportunities for young artists. Curator Humberto Moro’s strategy aimed to create an environment for both young and established galleries to consider the opportunity to work actively with new artists.
The following works pieces were displayed in the general section of ZsonaMaco, which presented international leading galleries with pieces of the highest quality in painting, graphics, sculpture, installation, photography, video and new media, of the most representative contemporary artists from the global scene.
Text (edited) from ZsonaMaco.
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