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Malevich Villero II




1 x 1 cm
0.39 x 0 in







Oxidized corrugated sheet
Variable measurements

1961 , Argentina

Enrique Ježik's work is based on multidisciplinary practices focused on direct and explicit attacks on censorship, surveillance and different forms of control strategies, being radically

critical of normalised, legal or falsely democratic repressive systems and mass media dynamics of communication and politicisation. In his works he uses weapons, war machinery and industrial materials as formal or sculptural components, or as readymades, being performance one of the pillars of his work, in addition to using other media, from drawings or texts, to architectural interventions in public spaces. The tension generated by the violence and aggressiveness in Ježik's pieces is experienced not only by the viewers, but often implies a real, potential or latent risk from the production processes. Ježik establishes references to art history, such as American minimalism or Russian suprematism, with specific formal and conceptual implications in each case.

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Ciudad de México, Calle Francisco Pimentel 3, San Rafael, Cuauhtémoc

Galería Hilario Galguera is a contemporary art gallery located in Mexico City. The gallery was founded in 2006 for the discussion of Mexican and international art. The opening exhibition was Damien Hirst’s first solo show in Latin America, titled ‘The Death of God’. Since then, the gallery have exhibited works by Daniel Buren, Jannis Kounellis and Bos...

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