Modulaciones Del 27 de abril al 30 de septiembre de 2018 La pintura ha sido uno de los ejes que históricamente ha dado forma y sentido al discurso del arte y a los procesos de replanteamientos artísticos. Bajo esta premisa, Modulaciones revisa por primera vez la colección CIAC a partir de su contenido pictórico. La […]
All Stories Come Together in the End Artista: Carlos Ranc This exhibition originated in The Clipperton Project, a trip to the island of Clipperton in March 2012. The journey was made in two small sailboats and a motorboat, with a total of twenty-two participants, including the crew. The passengers included artists, writers, and scientists, whose […]
Ave peregrina Artist: Luis Alfonso Villalobos From March 25th, 2017, through July 29th, 2018 In collaboration with the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona and the Museo de Arte de Zapopan, Luis Alfonso Villalobos, along with Rowan Burkam, presents the video Ave peregrina (Migratory Bird) as an essential part of an onsite installation. The […]
White Chameleon HFCS is a reflection on the fictions and sleights-of-hand promoted by modern industry.
The exhibition Unfolded consists of six unfolded paper airplanes, each one attached to a square, large-format maple support and bathed in a layer of gold leaf
The idea of The Swimmer originated in the motion picture of the same name (1968),directed by Frank Perry and Sydney Pollack and starring Burt Lancaster, which was based in turn on a 1964 short story by John Cheever.
For the artists invited to EA5, Zapopan functions as a catalyst for a project that explores humanity’s relationship with maize.
The artist uses the hall as the compositional space of the work itself.
This exhibition proposes a reflection on environmental issues and our ecological emergency through an analysis of contemporary human habits.
Estudio Abierto 4 proposes a mechanism to activate the construction of parallel timelines.
Magid bases her aesthetic investigation on the archives of the Mexican architect Luis Barragán (1902-1988).
ATOPIA. MIGRATION, HERITAGE AND PLACELESSNESS
Works from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection.
The subject matters with which Ramírez charts, using sports as the initial catalyst, a complex of intertwining and interrelated human impulses.
Vortex investigates the production mechanisms of the free textbooks produced by the Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP).
Mothersbaugh’s first museum exhibition centered on sculpture, it captures the artists’ longtime interest in the relationship between control and play.
The film “My Neighbours” (2009) arose during the artistʼs stay in Israel at the invitation of the Digital Art Lab in Holon. This was the time when the Israeli invasion of Gaza codenamed “Operation Cast Lead” was taking place.
The display created for the halls of the Zapopan Art Museum has the goal of spreading and creating consciousness about our heritage.
Javier M. Rodríguez’s project proposes an inquiry into the practical conception of time in order to generate a meta-temporal experience.
Fabiola indicated a different criterion of what a masterwork could be.
The installation Regrese Mañana (Come Back Tomorrow) reflects on bureaucratic processes from a Kafkaesque perspective, in which the arrangement of scales is only apparently nonsensical, for it contributes to the motivation to multiply procedures and so obtain a piece with commercial value.