Germán Cueto. "Obreros trabajando", ca. 1950. Mixed technique. Construction iron and rods, and painting. Unique piece. 240 x 208 x 42 cm.

Germán Cueto. "Obreros trabajando", ca. 1950. Mixed technique. Construction iron and rods, and painting. Unique piece. 240 x 208 x 42 cm.

Gabriel Acevedo Velarde. "Art Piece Nº 7", 2011. Three-dimensional work made of paper. Methacrylate and paper/color charts. 72 x 42 x 16 cm.

Gabriel Acevedo Velarde. "Art Piece Nº 7", 2011. Three-dimensional work made of paper. Methacrylate and paper/color charts. 72 x 42 x 16 cm.

Installation view.

Installation view.

David Alfaro Siqueiros. "Figura de Cristo", ca. 1970. Metal sculpture. Iron and black paint. 60 x 46 x 13 cm.

David Alfaro Siqueiros. "Figura de Cristo", ca. 1970. Metal sculpture. Iron and black paint. 60 x 46 x 13 cm.

Installation view.

Installation view.

Gina Arizpe. "Trazos Migratorios", 2014-2019. Installation. Unique piece. 24 pieces of fabric (called in Mexico Indian back), hand embroidered. Variable measures. On exhibition: 5 pieces

Gina Arizpe. "Trazos Migratorios", 2014-2019. Installation. Unique piece. 24 pieces of fabric (called in Mexico Indian back), hand embroidered. Variable measures. On exhibition: 5 pieces

Antonio Asis. "Nº archive: 2486", 1968. Mixed technique on cardboard. 31 x 31 cm

Antonio Asis. "Nº archive: 2486", 1968. Mixed technique on cardboard. 31 x 31 cm

Ángela Bonadies & Juan José Olavarría. "NUESTRA SEÑORA DE CARACAS", 2011, from the series "La Torre de David". Drawing on canvas with sand. Unique piece. 265 x 155 cm

Ángela Bonadies & Juan José Olavarría. "NUESTRA SEÑORA DE CARACAS", 2011, from the series "La Torre de David". Drawing on canvas with sand. Unique piece. 265 x 155 cm

Horacio Coppola. "Flores- Ramos Mejía", 1940. Vintage photography. 23,5 x 25,5 cm

Horacio Coppola. "Flores- Ramos Mejía", 1940. Vintage photography. 23,5 x 25,5 cm

Felipe Ehrenberg. "La Poubelle, or it's a sort of disease II", 1970. Film. 16’ 48’’

Felipe Ehrenberg. "La Poubelle, or it's a sort of disease II", 1970. Film. 16’ 48’’

Marisol Escobar. "Erotic Drawing", 1963. Drawing. Colored wax on paper. 35,5 x 52,2 cm

Marisol Escobar. "Erotic Drawing", 1963. Drawing. Colored wax on paper. 35,5 x 52,2 cm

Marcius Galán. "Untitled", 2013. Collage. Collage. Pencil and coins on paper. 42 x 52 cm

Marcius Galán. "Untitled", 2013. Collage. Collage. Pencil and coins on paper. 42 x 52 cm

Mathias Goeritz. "Open mind and empty head". Ca. 1950. Cut-out pumpkin shell painted in black. Unique piece. 13,5 x 12 x 12 cm

Mathias Goeritz. "Open mind and empty head". Ca. 1950. Cut-out pumpkin shell painted in black. Unique piece. 13,5 x 12 x 12 cm

José Antonio Hernández-Diez. "Shiva-geigy", 2010. Wood, aluminum and resin. 77 x 45 x 16 cm

José Antonio Hernández-Diez. "Shiva-geigy", 2010. Wood, aluminum and resin. 77 x 45 x 16 cm

Magdalena Jitrik. "Orquesta roja. 'Reunidos'", 2008. Collage. Pencil and ink on paper. 31,7 x 44,7 cm

Magdalena Jitrik. "Orquesta roja. 'Reunidos'", 2008. Collage. Pencil and ink on paper. 31,7 x 44,7 cm

Installation view.

Installation view.

Leo Matiz. "La Red". Colombia, 1939. Edition of 1997. Ciénaga Grande. Photography, silver gelatine, sepia turn, selenium plating. Matte fiber bergere paper. 6/7 copy.  28,1 x 35,9 cm.

Leo Matiz. "La Red". Colombia, 1939. Edition of 1997. Ciénaga Grande. Photography, silver gelatine, sepia turn, selenium plating. Matte fiber bergere paper. 6/7 copy. 28,1 x 35,9 cm.

Leo Matiz. "Foto Controversia Siqueiros-Matiz Plagio". México, ca. 1946. Silver gelatine. 30 x 24 cm

Leo Matiz. "Foto Controversia Siqueiros-Matiz Plagio". México, ca. 1946. Silver gelatine. 30 x 24 cm

Carlos Mérida. "Untitled", ca. 1960’s. Gouache on cardboard. 30,5 x 23 cm

Carlos Mérida. "Untitled", ca. 1960’s. Gouache on cardboard. 30,5 x 23 cm

Vik Muniz. "Youth (Gaspar)", 1998. Silver gelatine print. Ed. 4/5. 132 x 104 cm

Vik Muniz. "Youth (Gaspar)", 1998. Silver gelatine print. Ed. 4/5. 132 x 104 cm

Installation view.

Installation view.

Arthur Luiz Piza. "Untitled", 1998. Three-dimensional work made of handmade cardboard type paper, cut out. 75 x 57 cm

Arthur Luiz Piza. "Untitled", 1998. Three-dimensional work made of handmade cardboard type paper, cut out. 75 x 57 cm

Miguel Ángel Ríos. "Anagrama para la vida", 1990. Steel and paint. 50 x 203 x 50 cm

Miguel Ángel Ríos. "Anagrama para la vida", 1990. Steel and paint. 50 x 203 x 50 cm

Installation view.

Installation view.

Vicente Rojo. "Portrait of Lezama Lima", 1968 (when Era edits "Paradise"). Original drawing made in ink on paper. 30 x 21 cm

Vicente Rojo. "Portrait of Lezama Lima", 1968 (when Era edits "Paradise"). Original drawing made in ink on paper. 30 x 21 cm

Vicente Rojo. "Portrait of Lezama Lima", 1968 (when Era edits "Paradise"). Original drawing made in ink on paper. 30 x 21 cm

Vicente Rojo. "Portrait of Lezama Lima", 1968 (when Era edits "Paradise"). Original drawing made in ink on paper. 30 x 21 cm

Ana Sacerdote. "Tema lineal", 1956. Pencil on paper. 21 x 15,5 cm

Ana Sacerdote. "Tema lineal", 1956. Pencil on paper. 21 x 15,5 cm

Javier Téllez. "The Censor", 2009. Mixed media. 16 mm. projector, brick and model figure with pencil. Variable measures

Javier Téllez. "The Censor", 2009. Mixed media. 16 mm. projector, brick and model figure with pencil. Variable measures

Detail of "The Censor", 2009, by Javier Téllez. Mixed media. 16 mm. projector, brick and model figure with pencil. Variable measures

Detail of "The Censor", 2009, by Javier Téllez. Mixed media. 16 mm. projector, brick and model figure with pencil. Variable measures

Luis Tomasello. "Atmosphere Chromo-plastique nº 939", 2010. Three-dimensional work made of wood. 43 x 43 x 8 cm

Luis Tomasello. "Atmosphere Chromo-plastique nº 939", 2010. Three-dimensional work made of wood. 43 x 43 x 8 cm

Joaquín Torres García. "Pez constructivo", 1938. Pencil on paper. 9 x 17 cm

Joaquín Torres García. "Pez constructivo", 1938. Pencil on paper. 9 x 17 cm

Meyer Vaisman. "Souvenir", 1987. Process inks on canvas. 113 x 94 x 18 cm

Meyer Vaisman. "Souvenir", 1987. Process inks on canvas. 113 x 94 x 18 cm

Installation view.

Installation view.

Remedios Varo. "Mujer caracola", ca. 1957. Pencil drawing on paper. 27 x 17 cm.

Remedios Varo. "Mujer caracola", ca. 1957. Pencil drawing on paper. 27 x 17 cm.

Glenda Zapata. "Oseodentis" from the series "Óseo Kalós Éidos Scopéo", 2020. Cow femur, human teeth, goatskin and mirrors. Box size: 31 x 18 x 8,5 cm. Bone-Kaleidoscope size: 19 x 6,5 x 7 cm. Image: courtesy of the artist and Gabinete TM

Glenda Zapata. "Oseodentis" from the series "Óseo Kalós Éidos Scopéo", 2020. Cow femur, human teeth, goatskin and mirrors. Box size: 31 x 18 x 8,5 cm. Bone-Kaleidoscope size: 19 x 6,5 x 7 cm. Image: courtesy of the artist and Gabinete TM

Installation view.

Installation view.

Latin American Metaphors

Varios artistas | Various artists

from September 10, 2020 to November 21, 2020

The exhibition Latin American Metaphors includes the work of 26 Latin American artists, who have contributed to weaving the History of Art of the 20th century and their echoes in the 21st century. 

Artists: Gabriel Acevedo Velarde | David Alfaro Siqueiros | Gina Arizpe | Antonio Asis | Ángela Bonadies & Juan José Olavarría | Horacio Coppola | Germán Cueto | Felipe Ehrenberg | Marisol Escobar | Marcius Galán | Mathias Goeritz | José Antonio Hernández-Diez | Magdalena Jitrik | Leo Matiz | Carlos Mérida | Vik Muniz | Arthur Luiz Piza | Miguel Ángel Ríos | Vicente Rojo | Ana Sacerdote | Javier Téllez | Luis Tomasello | Joaquín Torres García | Meyer Vaisman | Remedios Varo | Glenda Zapata 

3D tour of "Latin American Metaphors"

Artist & collector talk | José Antonio Hernández-Diez and Jimmy Belilty