Interview by Hannah Carroll Harris // Mar. 11, 2020
Berlin-based painter Beatriz Morales was recently invited to the Museo MACAY to present her first ever solo institutional show in her home country of Mexico. For ‘Planos Disfrazados’…[read on]
Article by Sarah Messerschmidt // Mar. 18, 2019
Aki Aora, a residency programme in Tulum, Mexico, cultivates a particular focus on the local, aiming to include, and possibly even highlight, those working at the regional level…[read on]
Interview by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 13, 2015.
puts a contemporary spin on artistic styles of the past with her colorful, emotive, and (sometimes) nuanced paintings. As a Mexican artist living and working in Berlin, her works are charged with a political and cultural energy that is unique to her background and the Mexican Embassy in Berlin recently invited her to do a solo exhibition, titled HIDDEN
Interview by Alison Hugill in Berlin // May. 26, 2014
Next in a long line of venerable organizers, Canadian-Colombian writer and curator Juan A. Gaitán was appointed as this year’s curator of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. The 3-month long Biennale opens on May 28th at four venues across south-western Berlin and Berlin-Mitte…[read on…]