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Impronta tecali #15a

2018

Size

100 x 100 cm
39.37 x 39 in

Year

2018

Medium

Multiples

Reference

ce3f5f31

1953 Mexico City, Mexico

Perla Krauze (Mexico City, 1953) is a Mexican sculptor, painter working with various materials and media. Her work deals with time, memory, nature and dualities. Issues as materiality in an object expressing the ephemeral and the permanent, the archaeological, collections and cabinets, relationships between objects in space and lately habitable sculptures and installations within space, working with discarded materials, fragments of stones, or lead and water. Interested in the contemplative, the silent, the overlooked and how to make it somehow visible. She works with various materials, stones, lead, resin, water, clay, aluminum. Stone became for her a fundamental strong material, with memory and endurability, still can be transformed and erode. 

She studied graphic design at the ENAP of the UNAM. In 1977 she traveled to London and obtained a diploma in Textiles at Goldsmiths College, and in 1992 she returned to the city as an MFA student at the Chelsea College of Arts. These two moments in her life have informed her work in a definite way, making her an artist than can travel from materials and media with ease. Space and drawing/painting with materials in space became a possibility being at Chelsea, which was such an opening for the work that it became a kind of mark in her work. 


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Address

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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