August 20, 2001 - Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil - OTHERNESS ZONES, RECOVERY ROOM & DANIEL JOSEPH MARTINEZ
August 20, 2001

OTHERNESS ZONES, RECOVERY ROOM & DANIEL JOSEPH MARTINEZ

MUSEO DE ARTE CARRILLO GIL

MUSEO DE ARTE CARRILLO GIL has opened its new program with 4 exhibitions.

1st. floor : OTHERNESS ZONES. Guest curator José Luis Barrios has concluded the third “Revision” of the Permanent Collection with a selection of rarely seen works on paper. His proposal explores the iconic paradigms of post-revolutionary Mexican art as they were interpreted by both the graphic artists and the film industry of the 30s and 40s.

2nd. floor : RECOVERY ROOM.
In association with architect Carlos Bartnicki this experimental space was conceived to exhibit the works of young Mexican and foreign artists in an ongoing and “rotating” juxtaposition, with the purpose of creating an intimate and relaxed atmosphere for the visitor and to offer an “in situ” space for discussion between artists and specialists. RAMBO, 2001. ARTEMIOS CUT : The original RAMBO, First Blood ( Ted Kotcheff, 1982 ) was reduced to a mere 15 minutes by the young Mexican artist Artemio through the elimination of all violence both visual and textual, while maintaining the original narrative.

3rd. floor : DANIEL JOSEPH MARTINEZ
COYOTE, I LIKE MEXICO AND MEXICO LIKES ME or JUST ANOTHER DEAD MEXICAN
Curators: Sylvia Navarrete and Gonzalo Ortega

contact: macg@inba.gob.mx or gortega@inba.gob.mx

Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil Av. Revolucion 1608 San Angel,
C.P. 01000 cd.de Mexico tel: 5550-6260 fax 55504232

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