Alex Raudel (Mi Valedor)

Alex is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Ksenia La Hun

Born in Russia, Ksenia currently resides in Mexico City. Her work delves into the internal causes of her present through the zodiac, dreams, and memory. She explores materiality through mixed techniques in large formats and the creation of masks inspired by themes of dreamlike and mythological worlds, where the notion of play and corporeality permeates […]

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Antonio Munguia (Mi Valedor)

Antonio is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Filemon Bazan (Mi Valedor)

Filemon is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Camaxtli Ortiz (Mi Valedor)

Camaxtli is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Erasmo Navarrete (Mi Valedor)

Erasmo is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Arturo Gallego (Mi Valedor)

Arturo is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Eduardo Garcia (Mi Valedor)

Eduardo is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Emigdia Hernandez (Mi Valedor)

Emigdia is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Fredi Cabrera (Mi Valedor)

Fredi is an artist associated with Mi Valedor. Mi Valedor is an organization dedicated to caring for individuals facing social exclusion. Through robust support networks and discrimination-free community environments, Mi Valedor actively promotes coexistence and social integration. Operating in Mexico City, Mi Valedor extends support to any adult facing homelessness, job precariousness, unemployment, eviction, forced migration, or social exclusion due […]

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Antonio Vidal

Antonio, born 1996, is a Mexican artist based in Mexico City and New York City. With a passion for painting that began at the age of 15, Antonio has dedicated himself to painting and sculpture ever since. After completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the California College of the Arts in 2020, Antonio’s artistic […]

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Mariana Paniagua

For Mariana (Mexico City, 1994), her work is an accumulation of layers of time, materialities and forces, like parts of a process that sediment until they become an object. She refers to the moments of encounter between the body itself and the forces of the world, intending to convey that weight through the material. Mariana […]

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Alex Lazard

Alex’s work, originates in the exploration of primitive concepts, delving into archetypal symbolism through personal exploration of the psyche and its forms. Rather than relying on external influences he rather extracts images directly from the unconscious. For Alex, the creation of his artwork, which is a combination of painting and printmaking, is an instinctive and […]

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Luia Corsini

Growing up between Rome and New York, two cities in which decorative flourish intertwines with simple geometry, inspired Luia to paint her first Grid: a structure of abstract color blocks stacked upon one another, evocative of the ancient brickwork one can find in Roman landmarks such as the Coliseum and the geometrical clean shapes of […]

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Victoria Nunez

The work of Victoria is characterized by being a display of painting and drawing, employing colors, lines, and geometric shapes, as well as materials that typically conceptualize long-term investigations into the body, identity, territory, and memory. It transforms into what she considers a “scientific-affective” long-term performance, illuminated by archaeology, history, architecture, and auto-ethnography. Her work […]

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Edgar Solórzano

Edgar was born in 1989 in Mexico City, where he currently lives and works. He studied Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture – UNAM and at Bauhaus Universität Weimar, where he began his practice as an artist. His studies highly influence his work: “My work engages in questioning the objectual and spatial representation by finding […]

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Riley Miller

Based in Mexico City, RILO (Riley Miller) is an artist, muralist and image-maker from San Francisco. He makes cave-paintings in an age where everything seems to hang in the balance, an accessible portrayal of the contemporary human experience through minimalistic, high contrast compositions that balance the good and the ugly, are both mayhem and tranquility; […]

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Luvia Lazo

Luvia is a Zapotec photographer from Oaxaca, Mexico. Her work primarily focuses on themes of territory, identity, and intimacy. Photography serves as a means to connect and document the female lineage of her family and community. For her, it is a way to portray the worlds to which she belongs, aiming to capture reality from […]

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Theo Guedez

Theo is a Venezuelan artist who resides and works between Caracas and Europe. As a self-taught artist and tattooist, he explores in his works popular social classes, subcultures, folklore, and tradition. Inspired by Art Brut, he creates a visual language that addresses various facets, exploring reflections ranging from the artistic to the social, cultural, idiosyncratic, […]

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Tori Pounds

Tori is an English painter based in Mexico City. Her works encounter the alien and the familiarity of nostalgic items and snapshots of time, a game of cat and mouse between the real and surreal, all characterized through layering techniques of oil paint on canvas.  In her work, semi-surreal paintings explore the way in which […]

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Javiera da Fonseca

For Javiera, born in Chile and living in Tulum, “art is a channel that brings us close to life’s source and to ourselves as spiritual beings.” For her, the landscape is not painted as a backdrop or an external universe but as an intermediary between the earthly and the dreamlike. Unlike the classic concept of […]

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Gabriela Mendizábal

The theme of Gabriela’s work is linked to rituals of gesture and pigment. Her paintings are strange bacchanals, and the world they depict exists between mysterious surfaces and the vastness revealed by them. Energies and moods traverse her canvases and twist into compositions of wavering discord. Lines, like impulses, materialize and dissolve, overflowing and erasing […]

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Ángela Ferrari

The work of Ángela (1990, Argentina) observes the parallel border between nature and culture, the animal as a precondition for the human, and the zone of indistinctness between impulses and the way they are represented. A predominant technical aptitude opened the way to the visual grand tenor style that characterizes her painting, idiosyncratically defined by […]

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Tyler Goldflower

Tyler Goldflower is a multidisciplinary sculptural photographic artist. Her work celebrates the human body as a vessel of myth and an instrument of creative expression. Tyler creates modern archetypal portraits and tableaus immersing viewers in a liminal realm somewhere between fantasy and physical reality. These images evoke the individual and collective spirit of her participants […]

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Mariau Urrusti

While Mariau she now focuses on abstract and figurative paintings, she has also experimented with other techniques, including ceramics and photography. She also loves the written word, and frequently writes hidden messages and palindromes between the layers of paint of her works.  Her recent interest in figurative art coincides with having completed her training in […]

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Sofia Lucarelli

Sofia Lucarelli is a British artist currently based in Mexico City who works in a range of media; spanning from oil painting to digital art. Her work refers to present, day-to-day observations, particularly in Mexico City, capturing chaos and saturated colours. Patterns, motifs, and symbols are taken from iconography, such as car stickers, illustrations on […]

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Dario Sandoval

Dario Sandoval was born in 1993 in Guadalajara, Jalisco. His main focus is oil painting, but he also enjoys exploring other techniques. His painting has an abstract touch with figurative finishes, combining mixtures of his experiences with traditional Mexican art and folklore. Among his favorite painters are Tamayo, Lam, Klee and Picasso, but he is […]

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Toro Amillategui

Toro, born in Mexico in 1982, seeks purity in his lines and gestures, using humor and sarcasm, but also crudeness, to represent what is deeply human. He uses varied materials, including waste, seeking greater expressiveness. In his most recent series he has captured recurring emotional states in times of social isolation, without leaving aside social […]

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Fernando Esteban

Fernando is a multidisciplinary Mexican artist currently residing in Mexico City. His work is based on painting and sound. Since he was a child, he studied the arts and continued his university studies in communication and music. His pictorial work, with vibrant colors and various techniques, evokes the primal essence and explores the unconscious, the […]

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James Watkins

Born in Oxford, at an early age James Watkins emigrated to Auckland, New Zealand. In his late teens, he committed to his interest in photography and writing before traveling around New Zealand and living in the rural communities of Golden Bay and Great Barrier Island. He then relocated to Australia where he spent six years […]

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Liza Zaldivar

Liza is a fine artist from Houston, Texas currently residing in Mexico City.  Through painting, sculpture, video, object art and audiovisual production, Liza’s work is based on the cultural identity of Latinx Americans and how this relationship affects culture in the US. She addresses the feelings of oppression, what is lost in our bodies through […]

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Michelle Sitton

For Michelle, art is present in every step she takes; for her, everything can become an inspiration and she allows things to come out and flow to create. She is dedicated to exploring her own intimacy, identity and the space in which she interacts from memory. Her work starts from the process of researching, reading, […]

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Sofía Ortiz

Sofía was born in Mexico City in 1988 and has established herself as a versatile and talented artist. Her work is a profound exploration of the interaction between the natural and the artificial, skillfully blurring the boundaries between them. She has a passion for watercolor painting and manages to capture this interaction in a fascinating […]

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Alejandra Estrada

Based out of Mexico City, Ali likes to paint intimate moments that we as humans sometimes take for granted. Inspired by the things she feels and sees everyday, her work is composed of portraits of friends and people, human bodies, abstract figures of color and texture, and everyday objects that she has a relationship with, […]

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Alejandra Mijares

Alejandra is a Mexican painter living and working in Milan, Italy. She has always held a fascination with life beyond earth and other worlds (her dog is named Galileo Galilei), imagining what else there is out there, how life would be and how landscapes would be. Many of her works therefore explore landscapes and animals, […]

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Claire Price

Claire grew up in Exmoor (the English countryside), spending much of her time in a corner of her childhood home which was “full of junk,” making things and painting with watercolors from the age of four. She later read History at Oxford (with a specialism in Mexican society at the time of the conquest) and […]

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Daniel Berman

Daniel is a Mexican artist born in 1982 and is a graduate of the Faculty of Plastic Arts at the Universidad Veracruzana. While initially immersing himself in the world of Mexican engraving, he has explored various artistic expressions such as drawing, painting, video, and publishing throughout his career.  His works, full of anthropomorphic figures, masterfully […]

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Bruno Berthier

Bruno comes from an artistic family, with both his grandfather and mother being artists themselves. It was therefore only natural for him to take it up from a young age and he viewed drawing as a game and an entertainment as he didn’t have a TV. Alongside his painting, he has always been an avid […]

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