Perros Negros

Perros Negros proposed ways to represent social problems in Mexico through art related processes, art that can be shared and lived. Their project, Localismos, was a residential workshop in 2004 in which a group of 20 artists worked for a month in the center of Mexico City. At the end of the month, the artists produced a series of works which had to be made with materials and crafts available in the historical center so that from conception to production to exhibition there is a coherent dialogue within the context.


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