Discover Yoshua Okón’s work 𝘊𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘦𝘥 𝘓𝘢𝘶𝘨𝘩𝘵𝘦𝘳 as part of AMEXICA exhibition at the Servais Family Collection. The piece was created as part of an invitation to Ciudad Juárez in which artists were asked to create works based on their experience in the city during a period of extreme violence. The piece focuses on Ciudad Juárez as […]
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 […]
Como parte de la serie de exposiciones que han trabajado en la exhibición de arte producido en México durante los últimos 20 años, la Fundación Museo Jumex inaugura Excepciones Normales: Arte Contemporáneo en México . Esta exposición incorporará antiguas y nuevas producciones de Yoshua Okón, incluyendo sus últimos trabajos colaborativos. Excepciones Normales: Arte Contemporáneo en […]
Spotlight on contemporary creation. For the first time, the Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac is inviting twenty-six artists from across the world to take part in a truly contemporary exhibition focusing on different relationships to photographic and filmed images. http://www.quaibranly.fr/en/exhibitions-and-events/at-the-museum/exhibitions/event-details/e/a-toi-appartient-le-regard-et-la-liaison-infinie-entre-les-choses-38474/
Curators Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero as part of Para Site public programme series revisiting the 2013 exhibition ‘A Journal of the Plague Year’, Para Site will also be streaming for the first time moving image artworks that had appeared in the exhibition, alongside interviews with writers, historians, as well as vignettes from films and […]
EXTRACOLONIAL: Reflections for Action brings together a group of Indigenous and Latin American artists—Ulysses Castellanos, Monica Gutierrez Quintero, Yoshua Okón, and Onaman Collective—whose works examine the relationship between extractivism and colonialism as they have impacted the history of the Americas. These works propose alternate activist models to address the sustained systems of inequality seeded in […]
Thursday, 13 February 2020, at Vtape “Latin American Speakers” series, Yoshua Okón will discuss his work on art and his recent work. Moderated by Noor Alé.
The MACQ celebrates its first anniversary with “El orden natural de las cosas”, a group show with works from the JUMEX collection.
Yoshua Okón’s exhibition project “Colapso Gravitatorio” includes site specific interventions in an abandoned mall, and a new display of the video “Salò Island”
The 45th National Salon of Artists in Bogota will be exhibiting the works of Yoshua Okón starting the 14th of September until the 4th of November.