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Museo del Arte Raúl Anguiano: Shows, winter 2018

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The Museo del Arte Raúl Anguiano in Guadalajara, Jalisco MX is the newest contemporary art museum in Guadalajara, inaugurated in 2003. This set of 3 general spaces may be the youngest in spirit, with eccentric shaped gallery groups, logically veering towards conceptual art and unique voices under the direction of Patricia Urzúa.. Raúl Anguiano, 1915- 2006, was a Mexican painter, muralist and artistic visionary whose work is in museums & private collections worldwide as well as here in the MURA permanent collection.

This video began as a location scout for a dance video piece that fell through but I hope to do at a later date with another group of exhibitions. I really loved this place and these shows, from the angular double roomed pieces by Isa Carillo called Hipótesis del tiempo, to the wild little completely red room – and yes I thought of the Kubrick/King “redrum” from “The Shining”, ya know murder backwards – centering a geometric circular with windows and projections 3 person exhibit LA IMAGEN PERDIDA by Javier M. Rodriguez, Leo Marz and Fabiola Torres-Alzaga. Shades of Duchamp in the projection windows.

For me as is clear in the video the kicker killer show by Sofia Crimen was DEMAGOGOS, Pequeño dios o gran farsante. Partly sure as it captures the 2018 weird zeitgeist for a US expat – teeny god/god of the teeny or big farcist. The strange combo of laughter, delight, screams and horror the pieces suggest with the weird rabbit behind a soapbar wall glued to his/her screen, well that would be me or us all maybe.

I love doing arts videos, recently in Zacatecas produced a 24 part series of half hour shows about the arts in sorta this style but with focus also on the artists at work. This experience flung me 3 years or so into that groove big time. Enjoy the art and search up the artists.

The museum is right near the Monumento de los Niños Heroes at the base of Avenida Chapultepec in beautiful Guadalajara – make sure you check it out when you are there… Av. Mariano Otero 375
Col. Moderna
CP 44150
Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Tels.: (33) 1377 7909, 1201 8744

museodearte.mura@gmail.com

Pasión por las Artes some clips

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Here are some cuts from arts videos shot in San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas and Guadalajara, México, roughly between 2010 and the present 2018.

Abstract Artists of Jalisco Mexico

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This show at the Manuel Felguerez Museum provides an overview of new and not so new artists out of the state of Jalisco, Mexico.  What is incredible about the state of Zacatecas, Mexico is the wealth of support and energy in the visual arts, well incredible to somebody like me from the US.  Here in these episodes we will look at this work being done and being exhibited here in this region, I encourage you all to come and enjoy.

Carlos Castañeda: El Arte y la Muerte

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Carlos Castañeda is a young printmaker and visual artist from Aguascalientes, Mexico. He works from cadavres and pictures of violent death. The first part of this video explores briefly images of death in art across eras and cultures. Then we interview Carlos at an opening of a recent exhibition and take a look at his work.

Pasión por las Artes: Promo

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This is a promo for a new series hosted by artist Susana Salinas, developed by MexiTV and Mexico Explorer TV in Zacatecas, Mexico. This region and in fact this country hosts a great wealth of talent in theatre, dance, visual arts and music. We will take you behind the scenes and explore the creative.

Artist: Susana Salinas

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Susana is a versatile and gifted artist from Mexico whose current collection is called Caricatas, they are smallish except for the thigh-high sculpture next to the Alice-in-Wonderland chair by Francisco Espinosa.

Jesus Reyes Cordero: Zacatecan Painter

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In this exhibition at Arroyo de la Plata gallery in Zacatecas Jesus (Chucho) Reyes explores surrealistic technique such as found objects and free association, in a wild large format piece that includes manipulated desert images, a body painting festival, masks, as well as a brilliant palate of colourful design pulling it together.

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