The Open Call is the heart and main section of Salón ACME. In it, thousands of artists from different parts of the world apply, most of them not represented by a gallery. This year, the Curatorial Board selected the work of 76 artists from more than 1,700 applicants.
Curatorial Board: Bruno Alves de Almeida (Curator, Jan van Eyck Academie), Tania Candiani (Artist), Marielsa Castro (Associate Curator, Museo Jumex), Dorothée Dupuis (Curator and Terremoto Founder), Gabriel Rico (Artist), Doreen Ríos (Independent curator).
Artists: Andrea Acosta, Daniel Alatorre Canto, Julia Arbex, Pablo Arellano, Mónica Arreola, Diego Ascencio Fuentes, Avantgardo, Ramiro Ávila, Catalina Barroso-Luque, Christian Becerra, Carolina Berrocal, Biblioforevers (Irak Morales y Joshua Jobb), Ezequiel Black, Luján Candria, Mandy Cano Villalobos, Carla Canovas Puigmarti, Sergio Chavarria, Franklin Collao, Hiram Constantino, Fernanda Cortes, Beth Davila Waldman, Clara de Tezanos, Aleph Escobedo, Leandra Espírito Santo, Martín Estrada Márquez, Rodrigo Etem, Sofia Fernandez Diaz, Andrea Ferrero, Danielle Firoozi, Eleni Giannopoulou, Antoine Granier, Reiko Hamano, I-T-Z-E-L, Elisa Insua, Fi Isidore, Clara J:son Borg, Axel Koschier, Irvin Labarrios, Karla Leyva, Ángela Leyva, Yi-Chun LIN, Xinyi Liu, Sebastian Llovera, Uriel López, Alejandro Luperca Morales, Andrea Martínez, Ulises Matamoros Ascención, Rodrigo Mazari, Sebastián Mira, Tobias Molitor, Ileana Moreno, Dia Munoz, Teresa Olmedo, Elisa Pinto, Yuyyu Puleston, Vicente Quesada, Charlie Quezada, Jeanie Riddle, Hugo Robledo, Lucila Rodarte, Ana Paula Santana, Lisa Sudhibhasilp, Benjamín Torres, Evelyn Tovar Toro, Cristina Umaña Duran, Israel Urmeer, Fernanda Uski, Genietta Varsi, Isidora Villarino H., Bruno Viruete, Salvador Xharicata and Pamela Zeferino.
For the first time, HANGAR - Centro de Investigação Artística awards the Salon Prize, which consists of an artist residency in Lisbon, Portugal for two artists during April, 2023. The artists participate automatically when they are selected in the Open Call. Hangar is in charge of choosing the participating artists. HANGAR is an artistic research center, managed by artists and curators, focused on experimentation, reflection and education around various contemporary artistic practices. Its international residency program seeks to generate networks for the exchange of ideas and experiences between artists and cultural agents.
SELECTED ARTISTS: Andrea Ferrero and Sergio Chavarria.
Estado Invitado: Ciudad de México
In this section, a curator is invited to make a curatorial proposal and articulate an exhibition with the work of artists who live and work in a specific state of the country. Having this section has allowed us to learn about the work and issues by groups of artists from different contexts in Mexico.
Curated by: Fabiola Iza
Artists: Andrea Bores, Sandra Calvo, Yolanda Ceballos, Ángela Ferrari, Verónica Gerber
Bicecci, Circe Irasema, Cecilia Miranda
Nobody, nobody will believe the fire if the smoke does not give signals
This exhibition revolves around the landscape as a concept in crisis. On the one hand, it is a pictorial genre with a very long tradition that is currently being questioned for its extractivist nature: the representation of a terrain that is guided by the desire to know it, explore it, dominate it and exploit it. Under analysis, the landscape reveals its colonial character and we can trace its relation with capitalism: land ownership as one of the first ways to accumulate capital. But these landscapes not only refer to what is represented but to whoever observes it; we have trained our eyes to read the territories under the artificial geometry of the scopic technologies of modernity. The horizon line, the vanishing point and the very division of the planet into hemispheres, tropics and the line of the equator itself guide us towards a rational configuration of space that satisfies the human desire to control everything that surrounds it. How could we conceive a landscape without gravity, losing anchorage to the ground?
Facing thi, how to approach these ideas from Mexico City, a city where the "landscapes" have gone from intense greens and blues to the ashen gray of concrete? The exhibition brings together works that study the bleakness of the landscape dispossession, the landscape of a city afflicted by real estate speculation, gentrification, touristification and the rapid transformation of the social fabric that conforms it; a series of processes that also leave traces in the material sphere. Finally, the exhibition invites us to think of the city as an event rather than a determined surface: a series of factors and forces that come together in time and space, creating relationships that outline its contours and shape what is contained within them. By conceiving the city as an event, it becomes a dynamic entity affected by flows and transits, and is also defined by the constant exchange between the territories that surround it and that gradually engulf it.
Lastly, the selection of artists does not intend to provide a representative sample, a generational survey or postulate local representatives, however, it has endeavored to explore both the experience and the approach of female artists on this subject. Although we women experience the city in a different way, it is also the control of their bodies –as well as their reproductive work– that has enabled the emergence of the capitalist system and sustains it to date. Like the territories, the bodies have been romanticized from different pictorial genres: crises can be productive moments to rethink the path towards the future.
Fabiola Iza (Mexico City, 1986) is an independent curator, art historian, and writer. Strongly influenced by feminist thought and decolonial theory, her projects and texts are interested in issues related to cultural transmission and archival concepts. She has a Master's in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths College, University of London and a degree in Art from the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana. She has received scholarships and support from the Board of Contemporary Art, the Coppel Collection, FONCA–National Fund for Culture and the Arts, CONACYT–National Council for Science and Technology, Banco Santander (United Kingdom) and the Mercosur Biennial Foundation (Brazil); she has carried out residences or research stays in Buenos Aires, Lima and Paris; and regularly collaborates with different specialized publications, including Artforum. She was curator of Casa del Lago-UNAM from 2011 to 2013 and since 2014 she has been director of the THEORÍA collection of the Taller de Ediciones Económicas.
With its own identity that refers to the old art salons, it has the purpose of giving continuity to the work of participating artists in past editions, by exhibiting their most recent work.
Curarated by: Gaby Cepeda
Artists: Daniel Aguilar, Debora Delmar, Tomás Diaz Cedeño, Emilia García, Camila GB, Samuel Guerrero, Mónica Heller, Mili Herrera, Agus Leal, Valentina Liernur, Yeni Mao, Vero Madanes, Emanuele Marcuccio, Andy Medina, Sammy Nicolle, Kristin Reger, Milagros Rojas, Marianx Roma, Madeline Jiménez Santil, Rosario Zorraquin and Bárbara Sánchez Kane.
A fashionable crowd lurching towards the eclipse
We find ourselves in a global panorama that tends towards acceleration. More and more our affective and interpersonal interactions, however minimal they may be, become monetizable and marketable gestures, data that is trafficked in industrial quantities in order to be analyzed and returned to us in the form of algorithms and advertising. The acceleration that directs all human action towards the eclipse of the commodity is not alien to contemporary art.
This exhibition is located at a specific point in its current situation: the intersection between the art object and its increasingly complex relationship with fashion. Although it is a trend that has appeared for a long time –in Elsa Schiaparelli and the surrealists, in Frida and her cover of Vogue, in the experiments with Bernadette Corporation's 90s fashion editorials, among many others–, it is also true that in recent years, fashion and its forms of production have reached a more symbiotic role with contemporary art.
The show argues that the overlapping of the two fields is one that manages to profoundly transform both, and decides to focus on what fashion modifies about the art object and specifically about its conceptions of body and identity. From this place, the selected works address a number of issues close to the collusion between fashion and art: celebrity culture, criticism of luxury and value, the materiality of clothing, the cool and trendy, the impossibility of representing ourselves through consumption, the body as an avatar, the malleability of subjectivity, eventual alienation, and the seductive fiction that underlies many of the motivations of both artistic fields: the eternal and promising decline of aspirational consumption.
Gaby Cepeda (Veracruz, 1985) is a writer, critic and curator. Her work circulates counter-humanism to think about technology, feminisms, accelerationism and the working conditions of art. She graduated with honors with a Master's Degree in Art History/Contemporary Art from UNAM, graduated in Photography from UANL in Monterrey, participated in the Artists and Curators Program at Torcuato DiTella University in Buenos Aires, was a Curating professor of at the Escuela de Arte Corriente Alterna in Lima, and was invited as Guest Professor at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm. She has published articles in Artforum, Art in America, Art Review, Terremoto, Rhizome, among others. She is currently Associate Curator at the Carrillo Gil Art Museum.
Curated by: Ana Castella
Guest Projects is a section of Mexican and foreign galleries, independent spaces and residency programs. Each gallery invites a single artist to present a proposal in one of the rooms of the house in a project room format.
For the Guest Projects section in Salíon ACME No. 10, it was curated based on the Oblique Strategies (1975) methodology by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt: a deck of cards with phrases or indications created with the intention of unlocking creativity. These phrases are revisited with each project to offer both the artists and the spaces, the curator and the public, a new way of approaching the 30 proposals for Invited Projects, where hybrid formats, peculiar materials and immersive environments predominate.
Ana Castella is an independent curator working in Mexico City. She has worked in commercial galleries in Mexico and the United Kingdom and has collaborated with Latin American fairs such as arteBA in Buenos Aires and ArtBO in Bogotá. She recently curated the exhibition miss fotojapón with the Colombian artist Juan Pablo Echeverri (1978-2022) at the MAHG, in Léon and Portrait of an artist in PEANA, Mexico City. Additionally, she collaborates as a representative of Latin America, Spain and Portugal for Artforum.
Participating artists and Guest Projects:
Julián Madero by GAM Galería de Arte Mexicano
Ángela GarcÍa by GalerÍa 1204
María Cerdá Acebrón by Diderot.art
Javier Barrios by MarÍa Casado
Adriana Treviño by Patricia Conde Galería
Celina Eceiza by Moria
Lucila Rodarte by Galería Enrique Guerrero
Aurora Pellizzi by Jeff Marfa
Daniel Martínez by White Cremnitz
Luján Pérez by Swivel Gallery
Napoleón Aguilera by Proyecto Caimán
Vicente Grondona by Rosas / Ek Balam
Carlos Vielma by Base Proyectos
Jessica Sánchez by Agencia de Arte
Mundo Inmundo by Can Can Projects
Julieta Beltrán by nohacernada.org
Juan De la Cruz Sánchez by CDTX
Edgar Solorzano by La Nao
Pofirio Aceves by Planta Libre
Elliot Dodd by Somers Gallery
The Patio, located in the central part of the house, will be used to display specific sculpture or installation proposals for the space. The intention is that in each edition, an artist is selected to develop a proposal. The participation format is by invitation.
Courtesy of the artist Isla Flotante and Travesía Cuatro
Cascade Voice is a work made up of a set of paintings of different sizes, in red and pink tones, suspended and tied with ropes. Hand-painted texts are read over these geometric abstractions, found poetry that arises from the artist's daily life, her moods, newspapers, e-mails, on the radio, WhatsApp messages, ideas and many other questions, involving the collective, desires, utopias, concepts that inspire us to continue supporting the street.
Mariela Scafati is a queer painter, screen printer, and activist, who uses unframed monochrome canvases to create three-dimensional objects and installations that reinterpret traditional genres such as portraiture and landscape.
La librería proposes an environment where out-of-circulation books coexist with new Mexican editorial proposals and artist publications. In addition to conversations around the mutualism between books, art and society. A selection of rare titles, first editions and collectibles are gathered on the bookcases and tables. Books on world art and Mexican culture; and a display of the most interesting publications from independent Mexican publishers and self-published books by Salón Acme artists.
Editorials: Alias Editorial (MX), Can Can Press (MX), Fiebre Ediciones (MX), Gato Negro
Ediciones (MX), La Tumbona (MX), Zini Books (MX), Gris Tormenta (MX), Impronta (MX), Zopilote Rey (MX), Chino (MX), Ediciones Manivela (MX), Ediciones Hungría (MX), Suave (MX), Mota Comix (MX), Muac (MX), Unión (MX).
The performance program takes place in different spaces of the house. It is open to all kinds of actions that involve the body, the space and every sense. This year our program will be dedicated to carrying out sound actions.
When the sun heats
The illusion is not to have a tan, it is to go tan. When UV rays dazzle, it is allowed to turn to fantasy for a moment. With charred skin and hackles, a prince whispers to you. What one day was, will not be. The limits threaten to overflow and the half-open gaze reaches to see a ballad to leave your skin golden. The prince whose sun sweetens the stains of bitterness that the aspiration has left in you. I want to lose myself with you as the horizon is lost. Even among the tanning goggles, the space of absence is recognized, the moment that excess allows, perhaps I remember, perhaps I long for, that it feels as much yours as everyone else's. They strip you in the abyss of a fantasy. Who needs the sun? It seems that only the illusion in front is eternal. I still have the springs in my hands. José José enchants you with a serenade while you have buried yourself in a tanning bed. You don't get lost in a fantasy, you find yourself in it again.
Timeless Obsolescence is a sound action made by a noise machine built mostly from electronic waste, the machine generates dissonant and harmonic noises, broken frequencies caused by low voltage electricity that is generated inside the device.
Quique Rangel y Mike Sandoval
Dos Contrabajos is a musical, sound improvisation and intervention project, generated from a search for interaction with other artistic disciplines to generate different sound and expressive possibilities. Obviating the need for a stage or focus, the development of the intervention is generated from coexistence with the works, their discourses and the exhibition space that contains them.
The Last Load
Using a washing machine as a musical instrument, The Last Load is a performance that is recorded live with contact microphones connected to a washing machine and then the noise is distorted. The resulting sound grotesquely underscores an ongoing automation of erasing accidental traces of life, as well as a mechanical attempt to return clothing to its socially acceptable state.
Octopoulpe is a one-man Mexico-based Korean-French band that plays hardcore-punk/math-core music with interactive videos.
Thursday, February 9th
AZOTEA (VINYL ONLY)
18:30 - 21:00 - Caribe 89
21:00 - 00:00 - Tropicaza
20:00 - 22:30 - Carmen & Luisa
22:30 - 1:00 - Operación Tormenta
1:00 - 3:30 - Populous (Italia)
Friday, February 10th
AZOTEA (VINYL ONLY)
18:30 - 21:00 - Edo Kobayashi & Andrés Herran
21:00 - 00:00 - Dj Raw
20:30 - 23:00 - Isaac Ferry
23:00 - 1:30 - Steven Guberek
1:30 - 4:00 - Shakes & Tv
Saturday, February 11th
AZOTEA (VINYL ONLY)
17:30 - 20:30 - Ritmonzón
20:30 - 23:30 - Yasmin
17:30 - 20:00 - Esa mi Pau
20:45 - 23:00 - Rulo
23:00 - 1:30 - Esquivel
1:30 - 4:00 - Discosis
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In this code you can find an additional selection of the participants of the Salón ACME No.10
This year, the Curatorial Board selected the work of 58 artists from more than 1,300 applications. The curatorial Board was comprised by Helena Chávez Mac Gregor, Paloma Contreras Laura Cortés Hesselbach, guadalajara90210, Gabriela López Rocha, Alain Servais, Paula Duarte and Santiago Merino.
Julio Alarcón, Karian Amaya, Javier Anaya, Matthew Anderson, Diego Ascencio, Ramiro Ávila, Christian Becerra, Carolina Berrocal, Constantino Brito Grek, Derzu Campos, Luis Campos, Andrea Carrillo Iglesias, Tudor Ciurescu, Aglae Cortés, Yutsil Cruz, José De Sancristóbal, Ginette Degrott, Valentina Díaz, Miriam G. El Pinche Barrendero, Magdalena Firląg, Vanessa Freitag, Vicente Fuenzalida Lafourcade, Alonso Galera, Emilia García, Gabriel Garcilazo, Alexandra Germán, Santiago Gómez, Romeo Gómez López, Shir Handelsman, Alan Hernández, Shana Hoehn, Steph Huang, Madeline Jiménez Santil, Gabriel Lengeling, Maximiliano León, Simon Linington, Mariana Magdaleno, Carolina Maki Kitagawa, Andrea Martínez, Armando Mesías, Beatriz Millón, María Paulina Moncada, Rocío Montoya Uribe, Arturo Ocampo, Alejandro Palomino, Cosa Rapozo, Alejandra Ruíz Rincón, Jessica Sánchez, Ernesto Solana , Andrés Souto, NUEVA SUCURSAL, Emanuel Tovar, Evelyn Tovar Toro, Israel Urmeer, Carlos Vielma, Lino Vite, Marianne Wasowska, Cristina Whittembury Castillo.
Casa Wabi awards a prize to one of the participating artists of this sections,, which consists of a one month artistic residency at its headquarters on the coast of Oaxaca. This year the winner was Andrea Carrillo Iglesias.
Morelos: Invoking time
Curated by: Palmera ardiendo
In this section, a curator is invited to articulate an exhibition with the work of artists who live and work in a specific state of the country. This section has allowed us to learn about the work of groups of artists from different contexts in Mexico and the issues they address.
Invoking time brings together a series of artists who explore the confluences between chronological time and the weather. In Spanish the word time can refer to both. The exhibition refuges in the shadows to escape the Morelos climate, warm by definition, and from there, recover the magical, mysterious and inevitable part of time. The show is a call to rain as well as an evocation of the past; It takes the paradox of fleeing from the present and, at the same time, is a celebration of the moment. It explores the contemporary ruin, the transience, the drift of the clouds, the footprint left by the sun in the city, the periods of unimaginable storms for the foreigner and the nostalgia for irretrievable times.
Juliana Alvarado, Fernanda Araujo, Minerva Ayón, Jaime Colín, María Antonieta de la Rosa Yanieb Fabre, Alonso Galera, Gabriel Garcilazo, Alexandra Germán, Luis Hidalgo, Cisco Jiménez, Magali Lara, Pável Mora, María Naidich, Javier Ocampo, Reynel Ortiz, Benjamin Torres, Leon Yakov
Curated by: Geovana Ibarra
With an identity that refers to the old art salons, this section has the purpose of giving continuity to the work of participating artists in past editions, by exhibiting their most recent work.
In the manner of the disturbing creature and elusive visitor called Odradek in Franz Kafka's story "Concerns of a Head of the Family"; This exhibition brings together a selection of works based on strangeness, with forms, images and enigmatic relationships that tempt us to look at what is not explicit, to investigate its mysterious link between what seems strange or foreign and what we believe to be recognizable or known.
Napoleón Aguilera, Gwladys Alonzo, Karian Amaya, Fernanda Barreto, Hiram Constantino, Pablo Dávila, Daniel Evo, Andrea Ferrero Pizarro, Sumie García, Cecilia Miranda, Renata Petersen, Celina Portella, Humberto Ramírez, Vanessa Rivero, Jorge Rosano Gamboa, Jay Vélez, Luis Alfonso Villalobos, Bruno Viruete.
For the first time, this section is curated by Ana Castella, curator and cultural manager with more than 15 years of experience in the field of contemporary art. She is a graduate of Central Saint Martins, with a degree in Art, Design and Environment.
Its curatorial plan included projects of various formats and artistic media, to offer visitors a tour that visits topics as diverse as science fiction, color fields, bodies, the force of gravity, fabrics, tours, new forms of muralism, memes , replicas, gardens, ruins and talismans.
Participating Artists and Guest Projects:
Luis Enrique Zela-Koort by Proyecto N.A.S.A.L.
Avantgardo by Can Can Projects
Verónica Meloni by El Gran Vidrio
Bruno Gruppalli by Maria Casado
Madeline Jiménez Santil and Nicole Chaput by Saenger Galería
Larissa de Jesus Negrón by REGULARNORMAL
Carmen Huízar by Pequod Co.
Yoab Vera by ARRÓNIZ Arte Contemporáneo
Ana Bidart by Proyecto Paralelo
Allan Villavicencio byKaren Huber Galería
Fernando Ocaña by Galería de Arte Mexicano GAM
Manolo Márquez by Proyecto T
Dyonnis Matos by Agencia de Arte
Ann Glazer by Liliana Bloch Gallery
Paola Dávila by Patricia Conde Galería
Alicia Ayanegui by Galería Campeche
Franco Arocha by Galería Enrique Guerrero
Manuela García by Plomo Gallery
Fernando Polidura by uniōn (espacio para artistas)
Javier Fresneda by LUIS Galería
Roberto del Río by Ñú - Arte Itinerante
Christian Abusaid by Marchante
Rodrigo Echeverría by Daniela Elbahara Gallery
Alejandro Galván by UK/MX Arts Society
Olmo by White Cremnitz
Yunior Mariño by Licenciado
Manuel Chavajay by Extra Galería
Sofía Hinojosa by Salón Silicón
Marek Wolfryd by Lapla
Arantxa Solis by Casa Equis
Emilio Bianchic by Arte Pro
Juan Sebatián Peláez by CARNE
Jorge Rosano Gamboa by La Nao Galería
Cecilia Miranda by Proyecto Caimán
Gala Knörr by Pablo’s Birthday
Felipe Bedoya by BASE
Xiuching Tsay by Andrea Maffioli
Sisyphus in respirator
The Patio, located in the central part of the house, will be used to show sculptural or specific installation proposals.
The air. So ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Physically invisible, we know no conditions devoid of it. The breath is our time marker. Beyond measuritg it chronologically,, the rhythm of our breathing responds to and expresses our physical states; a mood on a variable time scale. It seems that in these global circumstances special attention has been given to this involuntary act and it has acquired other meanings. This constant action, assisted in extreme cases, becomes a sign of anguish, hope, and loss.
Open Call selected artists
Napoleón Aguilera - Julieta Aguinaco - Julio Alarcón - Karian Amaya - Héctor Anaya - Silvia Andrade - Alicia Ayanegui - Minerva Ayón - Lorena Baston García - Felipe Bedoya - Rob Branigan - CV. Brumund - Luis Canseco - Cartú - Dulce Chacón - Ting Cheng - Dulce Eme - MariaVittoria Faldini - Andrea Ferrero - Andrés Gamiochipi - Amauta García - Eleni Giannopoulou - Julieta Gil - Gere Granados - Kiyo Gutiérrez - Janet40 - Myriam Jacob-Allard - Emilio Lameiras Zavala - Tahanny Lee Betancourt - Gabriel Lengeling - Juan Carlos León - Katerina Lime Blossom - James Lomax - Simon Linington - Uriel López - Enrique López Llamas - Maika - Andy Medina - Ania Mokrzycka - Adeline de Monseignat - Dan Montellano Herrera - Andrea Nones Kobiakov - José Agustín Ortíz Ramírez - Francisco Ortiz Trejo - Henry Palacio Clavijo - Celina Portella - Max Prus - Heriberto Quesnel - Tania Reza - Claudia Rodríguez - Ari Ruiz Lang - Alma Saladin - Moisés Salazar - Javier Sánchez - Vanessa da Silva - Jay Alfonso Vélez - Carlos Vielma - Plinio Villagrán Galindo - Juan Villavicencio
Para esta sección, Casa Wabi otorga un premio a uno de los artistas participantes, que consiste en una residencia artística por un mes en su sede en las costas de Oaxaca.
YUCATÁN: Más allá de los artefactos
Curaduría: Daniela Pérez
En esta sección se invita a un curador, que conoce la labor artística de un estado en específico, para que realice una muestra que incluya la obra de artistas locales. Esta sección busca descentralizar los contenidos y dar a conocer la labor artística de distintos contextos del país.
Javier Álvarez, James Brown, José Felipe Chi Dzul, Gerda Gruber, Deisy Loría (clicka de artistas visuales; colectivo: Víctor Pavón, Guillermo Díaz, Marco Aurelio Díaz Guémez, Alonso Maza, VJ Mud), Jorge Pardo, Vanessa Rivero, Emilio Said, Rafael Sánchez (Rafiki)
WELCOME TO FEAR CITY! Una guía de supervivencia para los visitantes de la Ciudad de México. Es una exposición curada por BASE PROYECTOS que incluye el trabajo de artistas que han participado en ediciones anteriores del Salón.
El punto de partida de la muestra, es la adaptación de un panfleto que se distribuía en los aeropuertos de Nueva York en 1975. Con un tono exagerado e irónico, la guía invitaba al visitante a retirarse lo antes posible de la ciudad. Era una extraña promoción de la paranoia como medida para enfrentar la realidad y sobrevivir al infierno de la ciudad.
Mónica Arreola, Javier Barrios, Fernanda Barreto, Marcos Castro, Lucrezia di Fazio, Manuela García, Abraham González Pacheco, Willie Gurner, Iván Krassoievitch, Enrique López Llamas, Javier M. Rodríguez, Chavis Mármol, Pier Martínez, Theo Michael, Víctor del Moral, Mario Navarro, Lucía Oceguera, Claudia Rodríguez, Adrián S. Bará, Luis Alfonso Villalobos.
Alejandra España por White Cremnitz
Alejandro Cartagena por Patricia Conde
Andrea Bores por Fenómena
Clara Cebrián por Proyecto T
Diego Borrell por OMR
Fernanda Caballero por Enrique Guerrero
Francisco Muñoz por BASE Proyectos
Francois Bucher por josé garcía, mx
Gabriel Pérez por Galería de Arte Mexicano
James Bonachea por Licenciado
Javier Peláez por Archivo Colectivo
Josh Rowell por Daniel Benjamin
Juan David Laserna por Rincón Projects
Juan Uribe por SGR
Karian Amaya por Armen Daguer
Manuel Muñóz por Ángulo cero
Marton Nemes por Annka Kultys
Melanie McLein por USSR
Rocca Luis César por Atrium
Rosie Gibbens por Chalton Gallery
Sylvia Fernández por Galería del Paseo
Salón ACME’s 7th edition was held in General Prim 30 and 32 in the Juárez neighborhood from February 7th to February 10th, 2019. More than 900 proposals were received for this call. The work of 54 artists was exhibited in the Open Call section and of 59 artists in Bodega. We had 23 Guest Projects invited by galleries and approximately 19,000 visitors attended the exhibition.
Magali Arriola, Óscar Benassini, Paula Duarte, Santiago Merino, Karla Niño de Rivera, Víctor Palacios, Francisco Ugarte, Jovanna Venegas.
Open Call Selected Artists:
Julio Alarcón, Eileen Almarales Noy + Disbel Roque Bolaños, Band Practice (Clara Claus + Melissa Godoy Nieto), Victoire Barbot, Cecilia Barreto, Fernanda Barreto, Julio Barrita, Luis Campos, Luis Daniel Canseco Soto, Julia Carrillo, Paul Cisneros Bello, Miguel Ángel Cordera, Lucrezia de Fazio, Eugenia Díaz, Magali Duzant, Daniel Evo, Carlos Farías Ramos, Agnès Fornells, Andrés Gamiochipi, Alejandro Gómez Arias, Andrés Gómez Servín, Abraham González Pacheco, Ana Paula González Urdaneta, Alberto Guedea Zamora, Mauricio Guerrero, Kiyo Gutiérrez, Isauro Huizar, Omar Ibáñez, Karlo Andrei Ibarra, Ramón
Jiménez Cárdenas, Darinka Lamas, Carlos Adrián Lara Martínez, Enrique López Llamas, Stephanny López Lucero, Chavis Mármol, Andrea Martínez, Jimena Medina, Maria Naidich, Fernando Ocaña, Lucía Oceguera, Diego Orendain, David Ortíz Juan, Claire Price, Ilán Rabchinskey, Raúl Rebolledo, Diego Rivero Borrell Maas, Juan Pablo Romo Álvarez, Christian Salablanca Díaz, Mauricio Vázquez, Carlos Vielma, Lino Vite, We are an event (Quentin Laurens-Berge & Lambert Moiroux), Pancho Westendarp, Tatyana Zambrano.
Guest State and Curatorial Proposal:
Michoacán / Noé Martínez
Artists from Michoacán:
Juan José Estrada Serafín, Luis Geovani Fabián Guerrero, Francisco Huaroco, Bethel Pañeda, Alain Silva, María Sosa y el colectivo Taller de Investigación Plástica.
Artistas participantes y Galerías que invitan:
Catherine Abitbol by Licenciado
Lucía Álvarez by Obra Negra
Saelia Aparicio by Chalton Gallery
Daniel G. Baird by Patron Gallery
Juan Caloca by PARQUE Galería
José Castiella by Satélite Galería
Marcos Castro by Chalton Gallery
Sofía Cruz by Galería Enrique Guerrero
Rodrigo Echeverría Noriega by Galería de Arte Mexicano (GAM)
Francisco Fernández Orozco by joségarcía ,mx
Sumie García by White Cremnitz
Rodrigo González Castellanos by Galería Chica
Stephanie Kantor by Gildar Gallery
Patricia Lagarde by Patricia Conde Galería
Alejandro Londoño by SGR Galería
Rogelio Manzo + Javier Areán by Galería Quetzalli
Anuar Maauad by Efrain Lopez Gallery
Lucila Muriel by Fenómena
Chantal Peñalosa by Proyectos Monclova
Jerónimo Reyes-Retana by OMR
Aaron Scheer by Annka Kultys Gallery
Olivia Steele by Maia Contemporary
Marco Treviño by Cuarto de Máquinas
Salón ACME’s 6th edition was held in General Prim 30 and 32 in the Juárez neighborhood from February 8th to February 11th, 2018. More than 700 proposals were received for this call. The work of 54 artists was exhibited in the Open Call section and of 59 artists in Bodega. We had 15 guest projects invited by galleries and approximately 13,000 visitors attended the exhibition.
ÓSCAR BENASSINI, EUGENIA BRANIFF, ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS, PAULA DUARTE, GEOVANNA IBARRA, VIVIANA KURI, MAURICIO MARCIN, SANTIAGO MERINO, CRISTÓBAL RIESTRA, PATRICIA SLOANE, ANISSA TOUATI.
Open Call selected Artists:
NAPOLEÓN AGUILERA / PAULO JACOBO ALONSO LEÓN / ALDO ÁLVAREZ TOSTADO / MALOLES ANTIGNAC / GINA ARIZPE / NICOLA ARTHEN / RAMIRO ÁVILA / VERÓNICA BAPÉ / CATALINA BARROSO-LUQUE / JOAN BENASSAR / CAROLINA BERROCAL / OMAR BOCANEGRA / WENDY CABRERA RUBIO / JUAN CALOCA / CARMEN CASAS / JONATHAN CERÓN SOSA / DULCE CHACÓN / VÍCTOR DEL MORAL / IRÁN DIMAS / SANTINO ESCATEL / JULIE ESCOFFIER / DANIEL EVO / TAL FRANK / NINA FIOCCO / EMMANUEL GARCÍA / MANUELA GARCÍA / SUMIE GARCÍA / RODRIGO GONZÁLEZ CASTELLANOS / CARLOS IVÁN HERNÁNDEZ / CIRCE IRASEMA / VALENTINA JAGER / NÉSTOR JIMÉNEZ / KARLA LEYVA / CLAUDIA LUNA / CHAVIS MÁRMOL / FRANCISCO MUÑOZ / ALBERTO ODÉRIZ / JUAN PÉREZ / ELISA PINTO / MAX PRUS / RAÚL REBOLLEDO / ADRIÁN REGNIER / KRISTIN REGER / JORGE ROSANO GAMBOA / ANA PAULA SANTANA / ALAN SIERRA / NORA SILVA / PIERRE VALLS / CARLOS VÁZQUEZ VIELMA / JAY ALFONSO VÉLEZ / YVONNE VENEGAS / FERNANDA VILLAREAL / ADDISON WOOLSEY.
Guest State & Curatorial Proposal:
BAJA CALIFORNIA / PERIFÉRICA
Artists from Baja California:
GUADALUPE ALONSO / MÓNICA ARREOLA / SEBASTIÁN BELTRÁN / PAULA FLORES / VERO GLEZQUI / ALDO GUERRA / EMMA JATZIRI / AMADÍS LARA / TONI LARIOS / CHANTAL PEÑALOSA / MARISA RAYGOZA / RULO REYES / JESSICA SÁNCHEZ / FERNANDA USKI / KARINA VILLALOBOS / JUAN VILLAVICENCIO / OSLYN WHIZAR.
Gwladys Alonso by Cuarto de Máquinas
María Conejo by Machete
Andreas Diaz Andersson by Fenómena
Pablo Dávila by joségarcía, mx
Emmanuel García y Claudia Rodríguez by Quetzalli
Alexandra Germán by Juan Cano by Patricia Conde
Yann Gertsberger by OMR
Joshua Jobb by Breve
Notas al Futuro by Breve
Israel Martínez by Arredondo Arozarena
Marina Silva by GAM
Mauro Vallejo by Arróniz
Claudia Peña Salinas by CURRO
Raúl Ortega Ayala by Proyectos Monclova
Andrés Felipe Castaño by Karen Huber
Salón ACME’s 5th edition was held in General Prim 30 and 32 in Juárez neighborhood from February 9th to February 12th, 2017. More than 600 proposals were received for this call. The work of 59 artists was exhibited in the Open Call section and of 73 artists in Bodega. We held 10 guest projects invited by galleries and approximately 6,000 visitors attended the exhibition.
OCTAVIO AVENDAÑO, ÓSCAR BENASSINI, PATRICK CHARPENEL, MOISÉS COSÍO, JOSÉ DÁVILA, PAULA DUARTE, JULIETA GONZÁLEZ, DANIEL GUZMÁN, AIMEE LABARRERE DE SERVITJE, SANTIAGO MERINO, CRISTOBAL RIESTRA, ANISSA TOUATI.
Open Call selected Artists:
NAPOLEÓN AGUILERA / DIEGO ANAYA / LORENA ANCONA/ EMERSON BALDERAS / VERÓNICA BAPÉ / ALFONSO BARRANCO/ CHRISTIAN BECERRA / ALESSANDRO BO ROHDE / DANIELA BOJÓRQUEZ VÉRTIZ / HIRAM CONSTANTINO / AGLAE CORTÉS /JORGE CREUHERAS OROZCO / CUCO / DEAR / SANTINO ESCATEL / JULIE ESCOFFIER / ÓSCAR FARFÁN / ALMA CAMELIA FLORES / ALEJANDRO FOURNIER / ALEXANDRA GERMÁN / BLANCA GONZÁLEZ / RODRIGO GONZÁLEZ CASTELLANOS / ABRIL HERNÁNDEZ / NELSON HERNÁNDEZ / CARLOS IVÁN HERNÁNDEZ / ISAURO HUÍZAR / CECILIA HURTADO MÓNICA ITURRIBARRIA / ALDO IRAM JUÁREZ / MORELOS LEÓN JAVIER MÁRMOL / ANDREA MARTÍNEZ / DAVID MERAZ / JOSUÉ MORALES / FRANCISCO MUÑOZ / ROBERTO OCHOA / JOSÉ OQUENDO Y CRISTOPHER TORRES TICAS CLAUDIO IVÁN PÉREZ / ELISA PINTO / RICARDO PINTO / FERNANDO PIZARRO / CHRISTIAN POIRÉ / FABIÁN RAMOS / JIMENA RINCÓN / TOÑO RAMÍREZ / ALEJANDRA RUÍZ/ ILEANA SÁNCHEZ / RAFIKI SÁNCHEZ / GABRIELA SANDOVAL / EBLEM SANTANA / ALFONSO SANTIAGO / ERNESTO SOLANA / PABLO TUT / CARLOS VÁZQUEZ VIELMA / JAY VÉLEZ / KEKE VILABELDA / BRUNO VIRUETE/ ALFONSO ZÁRATE / MALTE ZENSES
Guest State & Curatorial Proposal:
GUANAJUATO / JUAN CALOCA
Artists from Guanajuato:
DANIEL AGUILAR RUVALCABA / CAROLINA BERROCAL/ SAMARA COLINA / DANILO FILTROF / JOSÉ RODRIGO GARCÍA / SAN GIL / MARISOL GUERRERO / RAMÓN IZAGUIRRE / ENRIQUE LÓPEZ LLAMAS / GUSTAVO PARRA / SOFÍA PH / RAMSÉS RUIZ / JOAQUÍN VIDAURRI
Barbot Camacho by Arróniz
Juan De la Cosa (John of the thing) by joségarcía, mx
Ektor García by kurimanzutto
Carlos García-Noriega Bueno by GAM
Cristóbal Gracia by Cuarto de Máquinas
Iván Krassoievitch by Machete
Gabriel Rico y Theo Michael by OMR
Gabriel Rosas Alemán by Travesía Cuatro
José Ángel Santiago by Quetzalli
Luis Alfonso Villalobos by CURRO
Salón ACME’s 4th edition was held in Gob. Rafael Rebollar 95 in San Miguel Chapultepec neighborhood from February 4th to February 7th, 2016. More than 500 proposals were received for this call. The work of 52 artists was exhibited and approximately 4, 500 visitors attended the exhibition.
PATRICIA MARTÍN, GONZALO LEBRIJA, ÓSCAR BENASSINI, PAULA DUARTE, SANTIAGO MERINO, FRITZIA IRÍZAR, CARMEN CEBREROS.
Open Call selected Artists:
ADRIAN LEE / ADRIANA SALAZAR / AGLAE CORTÉS / ALEJANDRA BALTAZARES Y HELENA HERNÁNDEZ / ALEJANDRO LUPERCA MORALES / ALEJANDRO MEJÍA ANDRADE / ALEPH ESCOBEDO / ALFONSO BARRANCO / ANDRÉS FELIPE CASTAÑO / ARMANDO ROSALES / AUGUSTO BALLARDO / BELSAY MAZA / CHRISTIAN BECERRA / CIRSE IRASEMA / DAVID ALEJANDRO HERNÁNDEZ / DAVID HINOJOSA ADMANN / DULCE CHACÓN / EDUARDO VILLANUEVA / ELISA PINTO / EMMANUEL GARCÍA / ERICK SAUCEDO / FRANCISCO MUÑOZ / GABRIEL CARRILLO DE ICAZA / GABRIEL MONROY / HIRAM CONSTANTINO / HORACIO QUIROZ / HUGO GALLEGOS / JAIME RUÍZ MARTÍNEZ / JORGE ROSANO GAMBOA / JOSHUA JOBB Y MANUELA GARCÍA / JUAN BASTARDO / JUAN JOSÉ MARTÍN ANDRES / JUAN MANUEL SALAS VALDIVIA / LINO VITE / LUISA PASTOR / MANUEL GONZÁLEZ / MAYRA STELLA CANO / MIGUEL ÁNGEL CAMACHO / MÓNICA ARREOLA / NATHAN FRIEDMAN / PAUL MUGUET / PAULA CORTÁZAR / RAMIRO ÁVILA / RENATA PETERSEN / RUY H. ALFONSO / SANTINO ESCATEL / SOFÍA HINOJOSA / TATYANA ZAMBRANO / TOMÁS CONTRERAS / ULRIK LÓPEZ
Guest State & Curatorial Proposal:
SONORA / CARMEN CEBREROS
Artists from Sonora:
ALEJANDRA AVILÉS / ALEJANDRA DESSENS / ALFREDO KÁRAM / CARLOS IVÁN HERNÁNDEZ / DAVID VERA / ETHEL COOKE / GRISELDA BENAVIDES / JAVIER RAMÍREZ LIMÓN / JIMENA CAMOU / JUAN CARLOS COPPEL / MIRIAM SALADO / NAHATAN NAVARRO / OLIVER YOCUPICIO / PANLO HURTADO / PAULA MARTINS / TINO VARELA
Salón ACME’s 3rd edition was held in Gob. Rafael Rebollar 95 in San Miguel Chapultepec neighborhood from February 5th to February 8th, 2015. More than 450 proposals were received for this call. The work of 43 artists was exhibited and approximately 4,300 visitors attended the exhibition.
GUILLERMO SANTAMARINA, TANIA RAGASOL, PAULA DUARTE, TERESA MARGOLLES, SANTIAGO MERINO, FERNANDO MESTA, JESSICA BERLANGA, ALPHA ESCOBEDO.
Open Call selected Artists:
AGLAE CORTÉS - ALBERTO LÓPEZ CORCUERA - ALEJANDRO OSORIO - ALFONSO BARRANCO - ÁLVARO VERDUZCO - CECILIA JAIME - CHRISTIAN CASTAÑEDA - CIRCE IRASEMA - CLAUDIA LUNA - CUCO DANIEL NAVARRO - DEAR - DIANA SALAZAR - DIEGO Y PEDRO - DULCE CHACÓN - EMMANUEL GARCÍA - ENRIQUE MINJARES - FRANCESCA DU BROCK - FRANCISCO MUÑOZ - GRACIA EMELIA CHÁVEZ - HIRAM CONSTANTINO - IÑIGO ZULUETA - JAVIER FRESNEDA - JAVIER VELÁZQUEZ - JERÉMIE PAUL - JIMENA RINCÓN - JOSÉ LUIS ROJAS - JOSHUA JOBB - KARLA DANIELA GONZÁLEZ - LAURA MEZA-OROZCO - LEILA TSCHOPP - MANUEL GARCÍA - MANUEL MATHAR - MARCO ESPARZA - MAURICIO CADENA - MÓNICA ESCUTIA - MORELOS LEÓN - ÓSCAR DE LAS FLORES - ROBERT CERVERA - RODRIGO GONZÁLEZ CASTELLANOS - ROLANDO JACOB - TLÁHUAC MATA - VICTORIA VINAMARAGUI
Guest State & Curatorial Proposal:
CHIHUAHUA / ALEJANDRO LUPERCA
Artists from Chihuahua:
ALFREDO ESPINOZA, KARIAN AMAYA, MIGUEL A. ARAGÓN, OLGA GUERRA, ÓSCAR GARDEA, TOMÁS CONTRERAS.
Salón ACME’s 2nd edition was held in Gob. Rafael Rebollar 95 in San Miguel Chapultepec neighborhood from February 6th to February 9th, 2014. More than 400 proposals were received for this call. The work of 49 artists was exhibited and approximately 4,000 visitors attended the exhibition.
GUILLERMO SANTAMARINA, SANTIAGO MERINO, ÓSCAR BENASSINI, HUMBERTO MORO, JESSICA BERLANGA, TANIA RAGASOL, JOSÉ ESPARZA.
Open Call selected Artists:
AGUSTÍN ARCE - ALBERTO LÓPEZ CORCUERA - ALFONSO BARRANCO - ALFONSO ZARATE - AMMER LÓPEZ - ANA BIDART - ÁNGELA LEYVA - ARMANDO MARTÍNEZ - AURORA PELLIZZI - BLANCA GONZÁLEZ - BETIANA BELLOFATTO - BRUNO VARELA - CALIXTO RAMÍREZ - CARLOS ESPINOSA - CARLOS H. MATOS - CIRCE IRASEMA - CLAUDIA LÓPEZ TERROSO - DEAR -DULCE CHACÓN - EDGAR MAGG - EDGARDO ARAGÓN -EDUARDO VILLANUEVA - ELIZABETH DE JESÚS - FRIDA GARCÍA KELLER - GABRIEL CARRILLO - GONZALO LEBRIJA - HISAE IKENAGA - IACOPO SERI - IVÁN ESQUEDA - JAIME RUÍZ - JOSÉ LUIS ROJAS - JOSÉ MARÍA RUBIO - JOSHUA JOBB - LUCILA FLORES - LUIS ALFONSO VILLALOBOS - MARIO NAVARRO - MATÍAS ARMENDARIS - MOISÉS GARCÍA NAVA - MÓNICA ESCUTIA - OCTAVIO ABUNDEZ - OSO PARADO - PAULA MATOS GIL - PABLO DÁVILA - RICARDO SIERRA - ROLANDO JACOB - SABINO GUISU - SALVADOR JACOBO - SOFÍA BYTTEBIER - SOFÍA ECHEVERRI
Guest State & Curatorial Proposal:
OAXACA / OLIVER MARTÍNEZ KANT
Artists from Oaxaca:
EDGARDO ARAGÓN, MOISÉS GARCÍA NAVA, BLANCA GONZÁLEZ, CLAUDIA LÓPEZ TERROSO, BRUNO VARELA, SABINO GUISU.
Salón ACME's 1st edition was held in Gob. Rafael Rebollar 95 in San Miguel Chapultepec neighborhood from February 6th to February 9th, 2014. More than 300 proposals were received for this call. The work of 56 artists was exhibited and approximately 3,000 visitors attended the exhibition.
GUILLERMO SANTAMARINA, EDUARDO ABAROA, JESSICA BERLANGA, ÓSCAR BENASSINI, MARÍA ANTONIA GONZÁLEZ VALERIO, SANTIAGO MERINO, REGINA POZO.
Open Call selected Artists:
ADRIÁN S. BARA - ALBERTO LÓPEZ CORCUERA - ALEJANDRA ARREOLA - ALEJANDRO GARCÍA - ALEX BOLIO - ANDREW BIRK - BILL ABDALE - CLAUDIA CISNEROS - CRÁTER INVERTIDO - CRISTINA OCHOA - CRISTÓBAL GRACÍA - DANIEL MONROY - DIEGO ORENDAIN - EDGAR DURÁN - EDUARDO SARABIA - EDUARDO VILLANUEVA - EMERSON BALDERAS - ENRIQUE SANTOS - ERICK BELTRÁN - FEDERICO MARTÍNEZ - FERNANDO PALOMAR - FRANCISCO UGARTE - GONZALO LEBRIJA - IVÁN KRASSOIEVITCH - JAVIER BARRIOS - JAVIER M. RODRÍGUEZ - JERÓNIMO REYES - JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE - JOSE DÁVILA - JOSÉ IGNACIO SOLÓRZANO - JOSHUA JOBB- KARIAN AMAYA - KIM CÓRDOVA - LUIS ALFONSO VILLALOBOS - MARCELA RICO - MARCOS CASTRO - MARÍA CERDÁ - MARIANA MAGDALENO - MARIO NAVARRO - MARTIN ROTH - MAURICIO CADENA - MÓNICA ESCUTIA - NURIA MONTIEL - OCTAVIO ABUNDEZ - PAMELA ZAFERINO - PEDRO MARTÍNEZ NEGRETE - PILAR CÓRDOBA - RAÚL REBOLLEDO - RICARDO GUZMÁN - RICARDO SIERRA - RUBÉN MÉNDEZ - SOFÍA BYTTEBIER - SUSANA MEDINA - TADEO ROMERO - VICTOR M. PÉREZ RUL - YAOTZIN CHACÓN
Guest State & Curatorial Proposal:
JALISCO / HOMERO FERNÁNDEZ
Artists from Jalisco:
JOSE DÁVILA, JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE, GONZALO LEBRIJA, MÓNICA ESCUTIA, FRANCISCO UGARTE, EDUARDO SARABIA, FERNANDO PALOMAR.