Past exhibitions

 

2015 - 2016

 
 

2014
– Encounters Mexican Contemporary Photography and Video.
– Mex Posters in New York Cross-cultural posters designed by Luis Fitch.
– Discordant Landscape Recent works from artists from Morelos, México. Pavel Mora, Jaime Colín, Gabriel Garcilazo, and Miguel Ángel Madrigal.
– Figures and Figurations Book-object art from the collection of Marie Jo Paz to celebrate the centennial of the birth of Octavio Paz.

2013
– Light Begins in Darkness Natasha Gray and Jose Plácido Domingo.
– Weavers from the Land of Gods Handcrafted rugs design by artisans from the community of Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca.
– Dictionary for Assembly Children’s exhibition that was the result of collaboration between Mexican writers and illustrators.
– José Guadalupe Posada Selection of engravings by this Mexican artist from the collection of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Mexico.
– My Intangible Self Selection of 16 works by Sandra Pani.
– Miracles on the Border Retablos of Mexican migrants to the United States.

2012
– Washed Up Work by Alejandro Durán. First exhibition after reopening the gallery as a multipurpose space.
– Funerary Architecture Lourdes Pérez de Ovando.
– Folk Artists and Art: Marta Turok and Carlomagno Pedro Martinez
Emerging Trends
– Popol Vuh Sergio Hernandez.

2012-2003
From 2003 to 2012 the Gallery was closed to extend the consular services to the fast growing Mexican community in New York. The gallery reopened as a multipurpose space on October 2012.

2002
– Contemporary Visions Enrique Méndez de Hoyos, Mariana Gruener, Dulce Pinzón, Ricardo Alzati, Emilio Espinosa, Javier Ramírez Limón, Pavka Segura, Yvonne Venegas, and Mauricio Alejo.
– Life is a joke  Marcia Marx
– Globetrotter: Lila Cruz
Traditional Mexican Toys
– Clay Sculptures Leonora Anaya, Margarita Cházaro, Javier del Cueto, Marcos López Prado, Maribel örtela, and Marco Vargas.
– The withdrawal Lone Robinson
– The other side  Michael Kamber

2001
– Gather and Tell Claudia Fernández Laureana Toledo, Rodrigo Aldana, Meredith Allen, Curtis Mitchell, Atie Maier, and Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir.
– Weightless Time Miguel Morales.
– Thresholds: Mauricio Rodríguez Anza
Architecture and Design
– Mexico in the Nineteenth Century Casimiro Castro, Pedro Gualdi, José Luciano Castañeda, Karl Nebel, John Philips, and Johann Mortiz Rugendas.
– Homage to Octavio Paz Luis Eduardo Molina, Hugo Proaño, Ramirex, Gerardo Alfonso Piquera, Nicolás de la Hoz, Guillermo Rito, and Ramón Menocal.

2000
– Power of Humanity Grupo Dieciséis
– Talleres: Art from the Guadalajara Workshops
Olga Adelantado, Marco Arce, Fernanda Brunet, Mario Dellavedova, Nicole Eisenman, Thomas Glassford, Daniel Guzmán, Fabrice Hybert, Gabriel Kuri, Diego Medina, Rubén Méndez, Jorge Pardo, David C. Scher, Anna Sew Hoy, Ray Smith, and Luis Miguel Suro.
– El Nopal Press Judy Baca, John Baldessari, Mario Calvano, Yreina Cervantes, Víctor Estrada, Diane Gamboa, Robert Gil de Montes, Yishai Jusidman, Korda, Dr. Lakra, Peter Liashkov,
Rocío Maldonado, Daniel J. Martínez, Eniac Martínez, Pablo Ortíz, Rubén Ortiz, Mario Rangel Faz, Vicente Razo, Daniela Rossell, Carlos Somonte, Eloy Tarciso, Laureana Toledo,
Alberto Tovalin, John Valadez, and Germán Venegas.
– Recent Works Gabriel Ramírez. In collaboration with the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Yucatán
– México/New York: A Vital Dialogue
Gabriela Aguirre, Laura Anderson, Marco Arce, Fernanda Brunet Rocha, Mónica Castillo, Arturo Elizondo, Olga Hubard, Roberto Márquez, Ricardo Mazal, Diego Medina, Alberto Montaño, Brian Nissen, Jesús Polanco, and Teresa Serrano.

1999
– Beliefs  Maruch Sántiz Gómez. In collaboration with OMR Gallery and Indígena Photographic Archive.
– Itinerant SculptureThomas Glassford, Silvia Gruner, Yolanda Gutiérrez, Perla Krauze, Diego Medina, Paul Nevin, Humberto del Olmo, Ricardo Regazzoni, Palbo Rulfo, Germán Venegas, and Jorge Yaspik.
– Idea + Matter: Object Art from Mexico City
Juan González de León, Luis Manuel Serrano, Diego Toledo, and Martin Vinaver.
– Collective Memory: Photo-Sculptures from Mexico City
Ricardo Anguía, Bruno Eslava, Felipe Ehrenberg, Carlos Jaurena, Francisco Toledo, and Pamela Scheinman.
– Potlatch: Alberto GironellaAlberto Gironella
– Recent Works Marco Arce, Fernanda Brunet, Thelma García, Roberto Portillo, and Diego Medina.
– Insectario: Drawings by Francisco Toledo
Francisco Toledo. In collaboration with Juan Martin Gallery and Quetzali Gallery.

1998
– Las flores del mal / Las flores del bien
Alejandro Ferretis and Jack Seligson.
– Sculptures in Silver  TANE Orfebres
– Imago Mundi  Juan Soriano
– Fulbright-García Robles: Photographs & Prints
Edgar Ladrón de Guevara, Felipe Ehrenberg, Luis Argudín, Rubén Ortíz Torres, Eniac Martínez, and Hugo Ortega.

1997
– Times in New York  Juan Alberto Mancilla
– Fire Decades of Mexican Photography
Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Héctor Garcia, Flor Garduño, Graciela Iturbide, Antonio Reynoso, and Mariana Yampolsky.
– The Concept of Zero Mariano Villalobos
– The Color of Dreams  Julia López
– The fly and other birds Efraín Márquez
– Recent Works Cristina Rubalcava
– Recent Works Roberto Rébora
– New Apparitions  Carlos Rodal

1996
– Recent Works Diamantina González
– Plastic Artists from the Universidad de las Américas
– Impronta Mural: Seven Outdoor Murals in Mexico City
In collaboration with Fundación Casa de Agua
– Catillo Interior Alberto Castro Leñero

1995
– Recent Works Francisco Villagrán
– Nocturnos Renato Chacón
– Wreckage/Pecios  Diego García del Gállego
– Graphic Works Fernando García Ponce

1994
– Recent Works Rafael Cauduro, in collaboration with Fondo Cultural Bancomer.