1 Abraham Cruzvillegas by Patrick Charpenel / Adriana Lara by Eva Svennung / Agustín Coppel by Macarena Hernández / Alejandro Almanza Pereda by a collective of two ghost writers / Begoña Morales by Jessica Berlanga Taylor & Luis Ramaggio / Carlos Amorales & Nuevos Ricos by André Pahl / César Cervantes by Macarena Hernández / Charro Negro Galería by Chloé Fricout / Demián Flores & the Oaxaca scene by Guillermo Fricke / Edgar Cobián by Jessica Berlanga Taylor / Eduardo Sarabia by Jorge Munguía Matute / Gaga Arte Contemporáneo by Magnolia de la Garza / Galería de Arte Mexicano by Patricia Martín / Gonzalo Lebrija by Michel Blancsubé / Guadalajara art scene by Photo : Tania Pérez Córdova. Detail from Untitled (color), mn HD video. Courtesy of the artist. Digest 2 An exploration of the Mexican contemporary art scene Mexico Gerardo Lammers & Geovanna Ibarra / Guillermo Santamarina by Kerstin Erdmann / Jorge MunguÍa Matute by Daniela Pérez / Jorge Sosa & José Luis Cortés-Santander by Alejandro Almanza Pereda / José León Cerrillo by Mercedes Nasta de la Parra / José Noé Suro by Cynthia Gutiérrez / Kurimanzutto by Magnolia de la Garza / LABOR by Magnolia de la Garza / Marcela Armas by Jessica Berlanga Taylor / Mariana Munguía Matute by Peeping Tom / Michel Blancsubé by Peeping Tom / Miguel Calderón by Daniela Pérez / Miguel Monroy by Ruth Estévez / OPA by Peeping Tom / Orlando Jiménez by André Pahl / Patricia Martín by Peeping Tom / Patrick Charpenel by Macarena Hernández & Magnolia de la Garza / Petra by Montserrat Albores & Pablo Sigg / Proyectos Monclova by Magnolia de la Garza / Ricardo Alzati by Pip Day NEW TITLE PUBLISHED BY LES EDITIONS PEEPING TOM PRESS kit ENGLISH / Silverio by Peeping Tom / Tania Pérez Córdova by Magnolia de la Garza / Tercerunquinto by Daniela Pérez / Yoshua Okón & SOMA by Peeping Tom / Foreword by Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz / and MORE
2 Digest 2 An exploration of the Mexican contemporary art scene Mexico Peeping Tom stayed in Mexico from October through December This second issue of Peeping Tom s Digest presents 50 artists, art agents and initiatives representative of their undertaking through articles and interviews conducted by key figures (critics, art historians, curators, gallerists, collectors, artists etc.) of the Mexican contemporary art scene. featuring Abraham Cruzvillegas Adriana Lara Alejandro Almanza André Pahl Begoña Morales Carlos Amorales Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz Cesar Cervantes Charro Negro Galeria Chloé Fricout Curro y Poncho Galeria Cynthia Guttierrez Daniela Pérez Demián Flores Edgar Cobián Eduardo Sarabia Eva Svennung Gaga Arte Contemporáneo: Fernando Mesta Galería de Arte Mexicano: Mariana Pérez Amor and Alejandra Reygadas de Yturbe Gerardo Alberto Lammers Geovanna Ibarra Guillermo Fricke Guillermo Santamarina Jessica Berlanga Taylor Jorge Munguía Matute Jorge Sosa José León Cerrillo José Luis Cortès José Noe Suro Kurimanzutto LABOR: Pamela Echeverría Macarena Hernández Marcela Armas Mariana Munguía Matute Mercedes Nasta de la Parra Michel Blancsubé Miguel Calderón Oficina Para Proyectos De Arte (OPA): Gonzalo Lebrija José Davila and Fernando Palomar Orlando Jimenez Patricia Martin Patrick Charpenel PETRA: Montserrat Albores and Pablo Sigg Pip Day Proyectos Monclova: José García Ricardo Alzati Silverio SOMA Tania Perez Cordova Tercerunquinto Yoshua Okon TECHS AND SPECS Number of pages: 256 / Format: 240 x 170 mm + poster 680 x 960 cm / Language: English / Cover price: 15 EUROS France / 15 UK, etc Worldwide distribution to carefully selected bookstores, galleries and museums by Les Presses du Réel, IDEA Books and Codigo (circulation: KD Press). The publication is also on sale on line at:
3 INTRODUCTION Peeping Tom Peeping Tom is a collective created by Caroline Niémant, curator and director of photography, and Stéphane Blanc, artistic director and visual artist. Peeping Tom is an initiative of I m not a girl who misses much, a nonprofit organization that aims to support and promote contemporary artists, particularly promising emerging figures, while putting contemporary art within the reach and range of the general public. As a seeker of new talent, Peeping Tom conceives and realizes special projects, showcasing its discoveries through: exhibitions, auction sales, lectures, concert programs, performances, video projections and diverse collaborations with art institutions, galleries, festivals and magazines. Peeping Tom editions In September 2008, Peeping Tom also became a publishing house, editing an annual journal entitled Peeping Tom s Digest (issue number two is the point of this presentation) and a collection of artists books (Lucio Girondo, Simone Gilges, Constant Dullaart. Upcoming tiltes 2011: Jan Adriaans, Heinz Peter Knes, Ozlem Altin, Lodge Kerrigan, Paul Kooiker...) Peeping Tom s Digest In support of Peeping Tom s exhibitions and events, Peeping Tom s Digest is an annual publication dedicated to contemporary art. Each issue focuses on a particular geographic art scene (a city, a country or a region) and highlights the artists representing the place in question. The point of departure for each issue is a residency lasting several months in the chosen country. The residency is comprised of random meetings and opportunities that spring from an intuitive outlook rather than a specific, known artistic relevance. Deliberately empirical, their method consists of embedding themselves in the local artistic community with the goal of accurately describing, discovering and sharing the work, the artists, and the artistic and cultural efforts under- or un-represented in the international press. The foreign journalist s perspective of an art scene is often defined by a group of known artists, leaving out an essential part of the spectrum the new generation of artists. Without critical, theoretical, or historical pretensions, their approach allows the collective to veer off the beaten
4 path. Each issue also aims to reveal the specificity of a depicted art scene. The curatorial process and the structure of the magazine (graphic design, format, number of pagination and such-like) varies from issue to issue in order to reflect the problems and the stakes within each scene. Peeping Tom s Digest #1: Berlin / The Chain (international release: June 2009) The city of Berlin was the subject of the first issue of Peeping Tom s Digest, and from January through April 2008, the location of the collective s first residency. Since the fall of The Wall, Berlin has become one of the most dynamic hubs of creativity and artistic production in the world. To probe this dense and complex art scene, Peeping Tom adopted an unconventional strategy: their search for talent started with an open call for submissions sent through a chain letter. This system allowed them to leave the path already taken by numerous galleries and cultural institutions, and make their own new, unpublished discoveries. This word-of-mouth resulted in growing solidarity followed by an avalanche of contributions. The genealogy created by the chain was used as the spinal column for the publication, which offers an account of the results of this experiment and presents the artists and their work. From the 220 entries received, Peeping Tom selected 53 artists to be a part of The Chain, the first issue of Peeping Tom s Digest.
5 Editorial Content As a follow up to this first volume, dedicated to the city of Berlin, the second issue of Peeping Tom s Digest offers a perspective of the contemporary art scene in Mexico. Peeping Tom stayed in Mexico from October through December Their search for talent began in Mexico City and progressed to the towns of Guadalajara and Oaxaca. This second issue showcases a selection of artists, art agents and initiatives representative of their experiences in Mexico. The release of the publication will be accompanied by a series of events: one in Paris, the other in Mexico City (and possibly a third in Guadalajara.) These events will program concerts, video projections and performances by contributors to the publication. editorial and curatorial approach In the first issue, dedicated to Berlin, Peeping Tom s call for candidates was dispatched through a system of chain letters, which made it possible to excavate a dense art scene. In Mexico, a setting that proved to be more limited (in terms of art community size) and more accessible (at least from their point of view: a vast subject to be addressed in this publication), the chain was put into place in an organic manner, without intervention on their part. Their pursuit of talent was progressively and gradually built upon in proportion to their discoveries, one leading naturally to another. The structure and making of this publication was based on this genealogy in order to illustrate the apparent openness and solidarity across lines within the Mexican art community. Peeping Tom asked 20 Mexican art professionals (critics, curators, collectors, art historians, etc.) and artists to contribute texts to this publication. Taking account of their recommendations and expertise, they selected around 50 Mexican artists, art professionals and projects to be the subject of their editorial. These 50 points of entrance, in the shape of critical texts or interviews are, on the one hand, a subjective and contextual opinion (an inherent risk of the experiment), the support pillars of their search, but also a more pragmatic view of some of the key elements of this community. These 50 articles/interviews introduce not only the artists representing current trends, but also the local efforts to further the proliferation of Mexican art. Indeed, their stay in Mexico enabled the collective to note that the vitality of contemporary Mexican art is not only due to the artists themselves, but also owning to the initiatives of various figures within the art world collectors, gallerists, curators, etc. who have contributed to the legitimacy and growth of this scene. It is why, contrary to issue #1 in Berlin, which presented only artists and their work, these participants occupy an important place in this publication. To the collective, it is of fundamental importance to give a voice to these art agents not only through texts, interviews and assignments, but also by placing them as subjects of the articles themselves.
6 As a result, this volume will be drastically different to the first one: critical texts and interviews (rather than images and visuals in issue #1) are predominant in this publication. This is also the case because language and conversation were the main source of their enlightenment/erudition during their stay in Mexico. Finally, to reveal part of the process of the making of this publication, Peeping Tom asked each person, each link in the organic chain, to write a small essay about the people or projects that they suggested to them. This genealogy of recommendations follows their subjective path of encounters and discoveries, making the absorption and comprehension of this research possible for the reader. This methodology is also a way to address the scene from the interior, with the aim of avoiding clichés and the commonplace perspectives of a foreigner, because the selection is dictated by the people they met, who are themselves participants in the scene they describe. In other respects, the Mexican art world is relatively un-compartmentalized, allowing communication with other disciplines, so this publication speaks equally about secondary sources in the fields of music and craft specific collaborators playing a determining role, either directly or indirectly, in the richness of the Mexican arts community. Due to the empirical approach of this publication, concept and content may vary until the publication is printed.
7 Contributors and Authors Articles and Interviews Abraham Cruzvillegas (Artist and Professor / Mexico City) by Patrick Charpenel (Independent Curator, Lecturer, Art Historian, Contemporary Art Collector / Guadalajara) Adriana Lara (Artist / Member of Perros Negros / Publisher of Pazmaker / Member of music band Lasser Moderna / Mexico City) by Eva Svennung (Independent Curator / Co-Founder of Toasting Agency / Co-Publisher of magazine May / Paris) Agustín Coppel (President of Coppel Group / Art Collector / Culiacán ) by Macarena Hernández (Research and Projects Coordinator - Museo experimenttal El Eco / Mexico City) Alejandro Almanza Pereda (Artist / Mexico City) by a collective of two ghost writers Begoña Morales (Artist / Mexico City) by Jessica Berlanga Taylor (Independent Art Critic / Curator / Mexico City) and Luis Ramaggio (Philosopher / Art Writer / Mexico City) Carlos Amorales (Artist and Co-Founder of music label Nuevos Ricos / Mexico City) by André Pahl (Graphic and Interaction Designer / Former member of Nuevos Ricos / Berlin) César Cervantes (Entrepreneur / Art Collector / Mexico City) by Macarena Hernández (Research and Projects Coordinator - Museo experimenttal El Eco / Mexico City) Charro Negro (Gallery / Guadalajara) by Chloé Fricout (Independent Curator / Mexico City) Curro y Poncho (Gallery / Guadalajara) and the Guadalajara art scene by Gerardo Alberto Lammers (Cultural Journalist, Editor, Cartoonist / Guadalajara) and Geovanna Ibarra (Cultural Promoter / Guadalajara) Demián Flores (Artist, Founder of La Curtiduría and Taller de Gráfica Actual / Oaxaca) and the Oaxaca scene by Guillermo Fricke (Director - Instituto de Artes Gráficas de Oaxaca / Oaxaca) Edgar Cobián (Artist / Guadalajara) by Jessica Berlanga Taylor (Independent Art Critic and Curator / Mexico City) Eduardo Sarabia (Artist / Guadalajara) by Jorge Munguía Matute (Independent Curator / Cultural Promoter / Co-Founder of Pase Usted / Platform For Ideas / Editor at Tomo magazine and rufino.mx / Mexico City) Gaga Arte Contemporaneo (Gallery / Mexico City): Fernando Mesta (Director) by Magnolia de la Garza (Associate Curator - Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo / Mexico City) Galeria De Arte Mexicano (Gallery / Mexico City): Mariana Pérez Amor and Alejandra Reygadas de Yturbe (Directors) by Patricia Martín (Independent Curator / Former Director of La Colección Jumex ( ) / Founder of AXA s contemporary art collection in Mexico / Director of Alumnos 47 / Mexico City) Gonzalo Lebrija (Artist / Guadalajara) by Michel Blancsubé (Head of The Registration Department Fundación - Colección Jumex / Independent Curator / Mexico City) Guillermo Santamarina (Artist / Chief Curator - Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) / Writer / Lecturer / Mexico City) by Kerstin Erdmann (Independent Curator / Head of International Development - Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) / Mexico City) Jorge Munguía Matute (Independent Curator / Cultural Promoter / Co-Founder of Pase Usted / Platform For Ideas / Editor at Tomo magazine and rufino.mx / Mexico City) by Daniela Pérez (Associate Curator - MUSEO TAMAYO ARTE CONTEMPORANEO / Mexico City) Jorge Sosa (Artist / Mexico City) and José Luis Cortès (Artist / Mexico City) by Alejandro Almanza (Artist / Mexico City) José León Cerrillo (Artist / Mexico City) by Mercedes Nasta de la Parra (Independent Writer / Musician, Singer of Disco Ruido / Mexico City) José Noé Suro (Director of Cerámica Suro / Contemporary Art Collector / Guadalajara) by Cynthia Gutiérrez (Artist / Guadalajara) KURIMANZUTTO (Gallery / Mexico City) by Magnolia de la Garza (Associate Curator - Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo / Mexico City) LABOR (Gallery / Mexico City) : Pamela Echeverría (Director) by Magnolia de la Garza (Associate Curator - Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo / Mexico City) Marcela Armas (Artist / Mexico City) by Jessica Berlanga Taylor (Independent Art Critic and Curator / Mexico City) Mariana Munguía Matute (Director of Oficina para Proyectos de Arte (OPA) / Independent Art Consultant / Guadalajara) by Peeping Tom Michel Blancsubé (Head of The Registration Department - Fundación/Colección JUMEX / Independent Curator / Mexico City) by Peeping Tom Miguel Calderón (Artist and Filmaker / Mexico City) by Daniela
8 Pérez (Associate Curator - MUSEO TAMAYO ARTE CONTEMPORA- NEO / Mexico City) Miguel Monroy (Artist / Mexico City) by Ruth Estévez (Chief Curator - Museum Carrillo Gil / Independent Art Critic and Curator / Mexico City) Oficina Para Proyectos De Arte - OPA (Art Center / Guadalajara): Gonzalo Lebrija, José Dávila and Fernando Palomar (Co- Founders and Artists / Guadalajara) by Peeping Tom Orlando Jiménez Ruiz (Communicologist / Researcher / Lucha Libre Referee and Producer / Mexico City) by André Pahl (Graphic and Interaction Designer / Former member of music label Nuevos Ricos / Berlin) Patricia Martín (Independent Curator / Former Director of La Colección JUMEX ( ) / Founder of AXA s contemporary art collection in Mexico / Director of ALUMNOS 47 / Mexico City) by Peeping Tom APPENDIX Peeping Tom (aka Caroline Niémant and Stéphane Blanc) by Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz (Independent Curator / Writer / Mexico City) Also contributions and/or illustrations by : Antonio O Connell, Antonio Vega Macotela, Bruno Ruiz, Carlos Ranc, Claudia de la Torre, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Daniel Monroy, Diego Teo, Edgardo Aragón, El Resplandor, Emanuel Tovar, Fernando Etulain, Fernando Palomar, Francis Alÿs, Francisco Ugarte, Gustavo Artigas, Hector Zamora, Humberto Duque, Jaime Ruiz Otis, Jorge Méndez Blake, Jorge Satorre, José Dávila, José Pérez López, José Rojas, La Vitrina, Mario Garcia Torres, Omar Gámez, Pablo López Luz, Pablo Sigg, Pablo Vargas Lugo, Raul Ortega Ayala, Susana Rodríguez... and more. Patrick Charpenel (Independent Curator / Lecturer / Art Historian / Contemporary Art Collector / Guadalajara) by Macarena Hernández (Research and Projects Coordinator - Museo experimenttal El Eco/ Mexico City) and Magnolia de la Garza (Associate Curator - MUSEO TAMAYO ARTE CONTEMPORANEO / Mexico City) PETRA (Art project / Mexico City) by Montserrat Albores (Co-Director of PETRA / Independent Curator and Writer ) and Pablo Sigg (Artist / Co-Director of PETRA / Mexico City) Proyectos Monclova (Gallery / Mexico City) : José García (Director) by Magnolia de la Garza (Associate Curator - MUSEO TAMAYO ARTE CONTEMPORANEO / Mexico City) Ricardo Alzati (Artist / Mexico City) by Pip Day (Independent Curator and Critic / Mexico City) Silverio (Musician / Mexico City) by Peeping Tom Tania Perez Cordova (Artist / Mexico City) by Magnolia de la Garza (Associate Curator - MUSEO TAMAYO ARTE CONTEMPORA- NEO / Mexico City) Tercerunquinto (Artist collective / Mexico City) by Daniela Pérez (Associate Curator - MUSEO TAMAYO ARTE CONTEMPORANEO / Mexico City) Yoshua Okon (Artist / Mexico City) and SOMA (residency and educational programm / Mexico City) by Peeping Tom
9 ILLUSTRATIONS Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Andamio, Fluorescent lightbulbs, forged steel clamps, wooden ballast. Variable dimensions. Art in General, New York. Abraham Cruzvillegas, Proyecto de basto para espacio abierto, Iris print on canvas.150 x 35 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Kurimanzutto, Mexico City. Jimmie Durham s piece Still Life with Spirit and Xitle, 2007, in front of César Cervantes private house. Courtesy César Cervantes. Edgar Cobián, Paraíso II, Oil on canvas.150 x 120 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Charro Negro Galería. Tania Pérez Córdova, Temporarily Magnetized Objects, Cardboard, wood, metal and paper temporarily magnetized by request. Silver gelatin prints x 25.4 cm Bruno Ruiz, Untitled, Chromogenic color print.
10 Daniel Monroy, AIntrasigente (intransigent) detail, Five channel video installation. Still from channel 5. 1 hour loop. Variable dimensions. Courtesy of the artist. Miguel Monroy, Walking Machine, Video still. Courtesy of the artist. Eduardo Sarabia, Sierra de los milagros, Fiberglass and wood. 191 x 191 x 191 cm. Holzer Family Collection. Cynthia Gutiérrez, Night-blooming II, Iron structure, plastic leaves, sequined spheres, felt, wire, thread and spray paint. 30 x 20 x 54 cm. Courtesy of the artist. Gustavo Artigas, Tres tiempos (Three Times), Action, Mexico City. Three series of 9 color photographs (50 x 60 cm each) and a 30 second video. Gustavo Artigas. Courtesy of the artist, Taller 13 (T 13) and FONCA-CONACULTA. Jorge Satorre, Piaxtla indiciaria. La intención divina, Mixed media. Variable dimensions. Courtesy of LABOR, Mexico City.
11 José León Cerrillo, View of José León Cerrillo s exhibition, Hotel Eden at Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City. September Daniel Guzmán, New York Groove, Still from 3 minute video. Courtesy of the artist and Kurimanzutto, Mexico City. José Dávila, Space after Space, Wood, neon lights and plastic plafonds. Variable dimensions. Installation view: Borgovico 33, Lake Como, Italy. Courtesy of the artist. Miguel Calderón, Bad Route, Oil on canvas x cm. Courtesy of the artist and Kurimanzutto, Mexico City. LA VITRINA, Edgar Cobián, Díaz de Campo, Plaster figures, black and red acrylic painting, MDF base. Variable dimensions. Omar Chuil. Yoshua Okón, Oríllese a la Orilla, Six channel video installation. Variable durations (detail: Poli IV, 2 minute 47 second loop). Courtesy of the artist.
12 Begoña Morales, Horizontal Slope, Digital Print x 25.4 cm. Héctor Zamora, Sciame di Dirigibili (Airship Swarm), Inflatable airship. Variable dimensions. Courtesy of LABOR, Mexico City. Tercerunquinto, Proyecto de escultura pública en la periferia urbana de Monterrey, Intervention. 50 m 2. Courtesy of Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City. Gonzalo Lebrija, Entre la vida y la muerte, C-Print. 169 x 127 cm. Courtesy of Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris. Pablo Vargas Lugo, Visión antiderrapante (Efecto Atlántida), Concrete. 120 m2. Courtesy of LABOR, Mexico City. Jorge Méndez Blake, Project for Open Library on a Mountain Top 3, Colored pencil on paper. 35 x 50 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Meessen De Clercq, Brussels.
13 Acknowledgment Peeping Tom s Digest #2: Mexico is made possible thanks to the generous support of: El Mojado Literally, «El Mojado» means the wet. In Mexico, it is a term which defines a person who illegally crosses the Rio Bravo, the frontier between Mexico and the United States - the wetback in the United States. By extension it s a term that applies to a person who is in-between two or more cultures. Editiones El Mojado is an independent publishing house which intends, through the publication of artists monographs, to promote projects that are tinged with a cultural mix, that take a liminal and intermediary look at what is surrounding us, and that search, question and create. El Mojado was founded in 2010 by Angeles Alonso Espinosa, curator, inter alia, of the collective exhibition Le Sabotage du Réel, presented in 2009 at the Amparo Museum in Puebla (Mexico), in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France). She is the co-curator, with Angeline Scherf, of upcoming exhibition «Resisting the Present: Mexico » at Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and Museo Amparo in El Patrona de Arte Contemporaneo Created in June 2000, Patronato de Arte Contemporáneo A.C. is a non profit association conformed by a group of people who share the same interest in contemporary art. Its mission is to promote and introduce contemporary art to all kinds of public. PAC supports quality projects in museums, galleries, exhibition spaces, and art shows, as well as art residencies, editorial, artistic, curatorial projects and contemporary art field research. Annual contributions from indiviual and corporative sponsors make possible the development of programs that privilege first class projects realised in coinvestment with local and foreign institutions. Fundación/Colección Jumex A decade after giving a material form to Eugenio Lopez Alonso s interest in contemporary art, La Colección Jumex is today considered not only one of the most representative art collections both in Mexico and abroad, but also - thanks to the work of the Fundación Jumex, a model of private management whose primary capital is the support, dissemination and promotion of contemporary art. ARTE ACTIONS CULTURELLES ARTE is a European public-service cultural television channel. A well-established and prestigious European channel which aims to promote quality programming espe- cially in areas of culture and the arts. Its originality lays in the fact that it targets audiences from different cultural backgrounds, in particular French and German. Beyond the screen, ARTE plays an active role in European cultural life by generating new occasions to bring artists together with their audiences, and in creating news works and ideas. Amongst its venues, ARTE France offers activities to promote cross-border encounters, for example at Temps d Images, the european festival for the performing arts and moving images.
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