Best Artist Presentations at Salon Acme

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While the two larger fairs that make up Mexico City’s Art Week take the form of a standard fair, Salon Acme is set in the city’s Colonia Juarez in a Porfiriato-era house that was once the home of Alberto Robles Gil and abandoned for many years. I went. Its defense in 2014. This setting between two buildings, with its dilapidated walls, interior courtyards and grand staircases and balconies gives the fair a unique atmosphere, unmatched elsewhere on the international fair circuit.

In addition to hosting presentations from approximately 30 galleries, Salon Acme also has an open call section that will showcase the work of 80 artists drawn from more than 1,800 applications and selected by the curatorial board, which this year includes Chicago-based collector Benedicta Badia. Also included. Artist Dario Escobar, and Pati Hertling, director of Performance Space New York. The performance in this section is particularly strong. Additionally, another special section focuses on artists based in a particular state of Mexico; This year it is Nuevo León, whose capital, Monterrey, is one of the country’s industrial centres.

Below, take a look at the best exhibits at Salon Acme, which runs until February 11 on Calle Gral. Prime 30, Juárez, Cuauhtemoc, 06600 Cuauhtemoc, CDMX.

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