Teresa Margolles

mor charpentier @ArtBasel Miami Beach

We are pleased to announce our participation in this year’s ArtBasel Miami Beach 2022, celebrating the 20 years of the fair! mor charpentier presents a program that explores the relation between ruins, relics, reconstruction and rebirth. The works showcased in the booth question the strong aesthetic fascination that the remnants from the past have exerted over […]

mor charpentier @Artissima

We are pleased to announce our participation in this year’s Artissima Fair opening on November 4th. For Artissima 2022, mor charpentier wants to develop a second chapter on the theme of the human landscape, not as a term to describe man-made structures and practices of reshaping the land, but as research on the traces of the […]

mor charpentier @Paris+ by Art Basel

We are pleased to announce our participation in the first edition of Paris+ by Art Basel opening on October 20. Our booth explores an idea of liquid and fluid memory, which can flow and expand, repair fractures, but at the same time manifest itself in forms that evaporate and fade away. From Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s concept […]

mor charpentier @Frieze London

We are pleased to announce our participation in Frieze London 2022 opening on October 12. For this year’s edition, our presentation is organized around two thematic axes. The first one tackles the historical relations between the West and the global South, focusing on the consequences of colonialism, the migratory crises that affect the planet, the exploitation of […]

Teresa Margolles @Bienal de Arte Lanzarote

Discover Teresa Margolles’ Pesquisas at the IX Bienal de Arte Lanzarote exhibition Bienes Ocultos, which reflects upon the relationship between art and politics. For Pesquisas the artist photographed the “missing women” signs pasted all over the streets of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. She then printed large blow ups, emphasizing their material decay. The signs, consisting of […]

Teresa Margolles, Kader Attia and Paz Errázuriz @MAVI

Discover Teresa Margolles, Kader Attia and Paz Errázuriz‘s works at the latest MAVI exhibition Así van las cosas (The Way Things Go). The show questions the notion of instability and precarity, next to the idea of progress from different points of view regarding the social, economic and political contexts of our days. Teresa Margolles’ Ya […]

Teresa [email protected] Neuberger Museum

Discover the photographic documentation of Teresa Margolles’ performance La Huella in the exhibition The Rise of a Social Consciousness in the Arts of Mexico since the Revolution currently on view at the Neuberger Museum in New York. Made as a site-specific project and commissioned by the museum the work deals with the aftermath of police […]

Yoshua Okón, Teresa Margolles and Julieta Aranda @ MUAC

Discover the Works of Yoshua Okón, Teresa Margolles and Julieta Aranda in the exhibition MUAC: One Hundred Works. This is MUAC’s latest survey of the musuem’s collection, where the exhibition is not guided by a single thematic line, but by the relevance that certain pieces and creators have already acquired for our understanding of contemporary […]

Teresa Margolles group show @Museo Carrillo Gil

Teresa Margolles is currently presenting her concrete sculptures ¿De qué otra cosa podríamos hablar? (What Else Could We Talk About?) at the exhibition Alegorías del Mal Gobierno(Alegories of a Bad Government) at the Carrillo Gil Museum in Mexico. The exhibition is a large survey of modern and contemporary works brought together by curator Jesse Lerner, referencing the political […]

Teresa Margolles @Fourth Plinth Trafalgar Square London

Congratulations to Teresa Margolles, whose work has been selected for the 2024 Fourth Plinth Commission in Trafalgar Square, London. Casts of the faces of 850 trans people are to be arranged on all four sides of the plinth, forming her large-scale work 𝘐𝘮𝘱𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘵𝘢𝘴 (Imprint). Many of the Mexican artist’s subjects will be sex workers, calling attention to the […]

mor charpentier new Online Viewing Room: American Boy

Discover the works of Alexander Apóstol, Daniel Correa Mejía, Paz Errázuriz, Teresa Margolles, Carlos Motta and Rossângela Rennó in our new Online Viewing Room: “American Boy”. The works that compose this selection seek to question the male portrait and its complexities through lenses that challenge the traditional notions of masculinity. The Viewing Room will be […]

Teresa Margolles unveils her Fourth Plinth proposal @National Gallery in London

The six proposals for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square are now on display at the National Gallery in London until July 4th. Teresa Margolles’ 𝘐𝘮𝘱𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘵𝘢𝘴 (Imprint) was inspired by the Mesoamerican Tzompantli, skull racks displaying the heads of ritual sacrifices and slaughtered enemies. The public sculpture would feature plaster casts from the faces of 850 trans people. Many of the Mexican artist’s subjects will be […]

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