Work By Apolo Cacho

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 04, 2014
Apolo Cacho is a painter and graphic artist from Mexico City. He is the author of El Taco Psicotrópico, a graphic novel compiling tales inspired by Mexico City’s disenchantment and scarcity.

Cemetery Comes Alive with Animated Day of the Dead Cartoons

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 22, 2014
Panteón de Dolores is Mexico’s largest cemetery is 590-acre with around 700,000 graves. This inspired Mexico City based animation collective Llamarada to use the tombstones of this epic cemetery as screens to project a vibrant and colorful day of the dead cartoon.

Ai Weiwei @ National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Ai Weiwei just opened a sculpture exhibition at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. The work, entitled Circle of Animals / Zodiac Heads, was seen in the past in front of the Plaza Hotel by Cenral Park in NYC. The twelve bronze sculptures have been around the world, but  for the first time they have made their in Mexico.

Curiot "The Creation of Nirak´tuh" @ FIFTY24MX, Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 12, 2014
"The Creation of Nirak´tuh" is the most recent exhibit of artist Favio Martínez "Curiot" (Michoacan, México), presenting a series inspired in the element of fire as a component of the duality of Creation - Destruction. In this new series, Curiot creates a collection of characters lead by Nirak'tuh, the sun god, who announces a new cycle in the history of the planet.

Rene Almanza "Landscape" @ FIFTY24MX, Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Saturday, May 10, 2014
Rene Almanza has really interested us for years. We were lucky to spend extensive time with the Monterrey, Mexico based painter in San Francisco a few years back, and watched him build a series of portraits were both done in a classical stlye as well as contain hidden narratives of futuristic post-humanism. The artist just opened a new body of work, "Landscape," at FIFTY24MX Gallery. 

Curiot paints hybrid vegetation character in Mexico

Street Art // Sunday, January 19, 2014
One of the most exciting and talented street artists from Mexico City is without a doubt, Curiot. Over the last year this artist has pushed his work in new directions, bringing something different with each new mural. This new hybrid, vegetation friendly character is radiating with oxygen and vivid colors. We think it may need to watered regularly?

Kofie paints large building in Mexico City

Street Art // Tuesday, December 24, 2013
In the last year, a very popular destination for muralists has been Mexico City. Artists from around the world have been dowsing walls with paint. Los Angeles-based draftsman, Kofie, was recently invited by All City Canvas to paint the following piece at Impact HUB DF.

Animation: "Etereas"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Who knew a hula hoop could be entertaining for over a minute? In this case, a hula hoop got us to 4 minutes, and we are quite happy. Directors Daniela Villanueva and Mara Soler created this piece in a studio in Mexico City, where a dancer and hula hoop are animated and fused with special effects and trickery. A nice way to kick start your morning brunch...

Emory Douglas @ Vértigo Gallery, Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
To celebrate the 4th anniversary of Vertigo Gallery, they have brought in legendary politcal artist, Black Panther poster artist, and activist Emory Douglas, who will be presenting a retrospective in  Mexico City. Also, the March 2011 Juxtapoz cover artist will be teaching a workshop on the work process of the posters he made ​​for the Black Panthers. In addition, Emory Douglas will give a lecture at the Cultural Center Tlatelolco.

Violeta Hernandez "Afrodea" @ FIFTY24MX Gallery, Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 22, 2013
Our friends and colleagues in Mexico City @ FIFTY24MX Gallery are set to open a great new exhibition, Afrodea, featuring a new set of erotic-themed paintings and illustrations by Violeta Hernandez. Based in what is becoming a creative hotspot in Monterrey, Mexico, Hernandez sites the likes of Mark Ryden, James Jean, and Leonora Carrington amongst her influences. 
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