This month we made you a list of 5 exhibitions and cultural proposals in CDMX that you should not miss this March. Mexico City is an inexhaustible source of the most important artistic inspiration in the world, so you who have the happiness of living in the capital of the Country do not miss the whole range of artistic works that you can visit every day and fill yourself with creativity.
On this occasion we bring you recommendations that have to do with colors, photography, illustrations, painting and sculpture. We hope you find something you like.
1. James Turrel: Passages of Light
This exhibition has been in the Jumex Museum since November of the year, but we remind you that this is the last month that it will be present and do not miss this immersive installation experience through light and colors.
Last weeks to visit the ‘James Turrell: Passages of Light’ exhibition at the #MuseoJumex!
To guarantee your access to the ‘Ganzfeld’ facility at a specific time and date, we recommend that you book your ticket online at https://t.co/CcfkzzJUM6 pic.twitter.com/poNXWs5qkO
– Fundación Jumex (@FundacionJumex) March 2, 2020
2. Manuel Felguérez, Trayectorias
This exhibition is presented within the framework of the 90th birthday of the key Mexican artist in the development of contemporary art in the country. Three creative moments are shown that marked the career of the painter and sculptor Manuel Felguérez.
The artist # FelguérezMUAC⚙️ established a relationship between machine and aesthetic experience. This is evident in early and later pieces of his production.
See this video in which the artist talks to us more and visit the expo “Trayectorias”!#VamosalMUAC👬👭 pic.twitter.com/JaLlzxQIZ4
– MUAC (@muac_unam) February 29, 2020
3. Rockaricature exhibitions at CDMX in March
You have seen the murals of great icons of international rock caricatured in the Chabacano and National Metro Auditorium stations of the CDMX, since they are the work of the Mexican illustrator, painter, caricaturist and muralist Jorge Manjarrez. Do not miss the exhibition of 25 of his works at the School of Rock Music to the Word.
This March 3 you will learn about the work of the Mexican muralist, Jorge Manjarrez, known for his murals at the Chabacano and Auditorio Nacional stations. @MetroCDMX. The appointment is at the School of Rock Music to the Word of the @OllinYoliztli. Do not miss! 🤘🏽 #CulturalCapital pic.twitter.com/ZaYenAgJpt
– Mexico City Culture (@CulturaCiudadMx) March 2, 2020
Related Notes: exhibitions at CDMX in March
Mattel will launch the minimalist version of UNO
Vintage posters created to help fight Coronavirus
10 current Mexican photographers who highlight the profession
Four. Big time data
Through this exhibition, the Argentine artist Felipe Pantone graphically presents the language of digital and its unlimited current power. The exhibition is presented at the RGR art gallery.
5. Frames and glances from us
Within the framework of the Festival Tiempo de Nosotras of the Ministry of Culture of the CDMX, a compilation of the work of 59 Mexican photographers who do photojournalism in the country is presented at the Chapultepec bars. In addition, in the same bars and as part of the same festival, you can enjoy Strokes and Glances with the work of Mexican illustrators.
The @MuseoCiudadMX joins the Festival #WomenTime with 5 exhibitions: “50 women, 50 works, 50 years”, “Gestures” of @monlaferte, “Mechanism of the cosmo”, “Women of weight” and “Women of rupture”.#CulturalCapital from America pic.twitter.com/K12eT13foh
– Mexico City Culture (@CulturaCiudadMx) February 25, 2020
In the same bars of Chapultepec do not miss the last weeks of “The Design of Dissent: Design as Posture”.
Last weeks of #TheDesignOfDissent!
Come to the Casa del Lago bars and check out this exhibition on graphic design as a propagator of dissent and as a promoter of change in our current society. https://t.co/TfziPNLb6J
Until March 15, 2020. pic.twitter.com/8pBVYLZost
– Lake House (@CasadelLago) March 4, 2020
We hope you like these recommendations for exhibitions at CDMX in March and you are encouraged to visit them, remember that cultural spaces will always be a great resource to feed your creativity.
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