How might we reimagine kurimanzutto after its 20 years of existence?
How can we propose a different way of experiencing time?
What place does the gallery occupy in the world, the country, and within each of the communities to which it belongs?
What permeates its surroundings and what will shape its future?
Art asks questions, it doesn’t give answers.
Siembra is an exhibition that started on February 2020 and will be extended as long as the current climate will permit. The gallery space is divided into seven rooms to be inhabited or articulated by different artists, projects and collectives, both from gallery roster and externally. The span of each project corresponds to their own creative process, not to an imposed calendar; all of them are independent and have no predetermined duration. The coincidences are woven just like sowing times in agriculture.
Siembra opens the gallery as a space of possibilities, a field in which time and space relate progressively, simultaneously, at different speeds. In it, cross pollination, thought cultivation and experiments in diversity converge to reach a possible harvest.
The artists of Siembra are:
february 8, 2020
siembra 1: Haegue Yang—Dress Vehicle / Eclectic Totemic
siembra 2: Gabriel Orozco—Veladoras Arte Universal
siembra 3: Eduardo Abaroa—Collector’s Series
siembra 6: Dr. Lakra—Untitled
september 7, 2020
siembra 8: Pablo Soler Frost —Drawing Room
siembra 10: Sofía Táboas – Liminar
siembra 13a: Salón Silicón – SEXplay
octubre 31, 2020
siembra 13b: Salón Silicón – SEXwork
siembra 14b: Galería Agustina Ferreyra – Ad Minoliti and Zadie Xa
november 28, 2020
siembra 12 part 2: Miguel Calderón – Amenaza Cocotera
siembra 15: Roberto Gil de Montes – Misfits
march 9, 2021
siembra 13c: Salón Silicón – SEXtrauma
siembra 17: Wilfredo Prieto – Pairless Socks
siembra 18: Minerva Cuevas – Utopista / quiauitl
april 10, 2021
siembra 19: Wilfredo Prieto – Fake news
april 27, 2021
siembra 20: Damián Ortega – Jornada Laboral
siembra 21: Bárbara Sánchez-Kane – Prêt-à-Patria
siembra 22: LLANO – Lorena Ancona, María Sosa y Tania Ximena