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Mexican Art Trilogy debut in Shanghai: three artists and three eras

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Opening ceremony, Consul General of Mexico in Shanghai, Qiao Puen delivered a speech

Opening ceremony

The "Mexico Art Trilogy" was unveiled at the Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art on the evening of February 17, 2017. The exhibition was hosted by Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art and the Consulate General of Mexico in Shanghai. It also presented three Mexican artists, Brenda Franco, Daniel Neerman and Jose Guadalupe Posada. works. These three artists belong to different eras and have experienced different historical moments in Mexico.

Brenda Franco works

As a representative of the contemporary part of the exhibition, the artist Brenda Franco exhibited the series "Blind Walking". Inspired by the endless stream of movements in the metropolis, she abstractly shows the daily walking routes of people in metropolitan cities such as Mexico City and Shanghai. Using organic materials such as ink and rice paper, Brenda draws inspiration from the fluent figure paintings, and smothers those seemingly blind walking marks that are left behind.

Daniel Nehman poster works

And the versatile art of Daniel Nehrman (architect, photographer, graphic artist) brings a series of art posters and advertising design samples, reflecting the evolution of graphic design before the advent of digital media.

Jose Guadalupe Posada works

The third part shows the exhibition "Death Pass" of the famous Mexican artist Jose Guadalupe Posada. The representative prints and comics created by Posada with the theme of the 1910 Revolution in Mexico reflect the turbulent history of Mexico and the optimism of the Mexican people in a sharp style.

Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art has been committed to promoting Chinese and foreign cultural exchanges with “art”. On the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mexico and the People’s Republic of China, Mexico’s audience will be shown in the exhibition “Mexican Art Trilogy”. The history and culture also contribute to China-Mexico friendship.

The exhibition will last until March 14.

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