After studying at Studio Berçot in Paris, the artist and fashion designer launched his eponymous brand, Ruiz Musi.
The influential Mexican gallerist founded LABOR in 2009, spotlighting politically engaged, research-driven work.
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The Puerto Rican multimedia artist explores themes of beauty and memory through his bold, fantastical style.
Textile designer Gerardo Ruiz-Musi explores technology, the self, and the concept of truth with his exhibition at Further Marfa.
Since opening a decade ago, Pamela Echeverría’s Labor gallery has made waves in the booming Mexico City art world and beyond by highlighting provocative, research-basedwork that engages with current events.
In his latest meditation on memory, beauty, and the passage of time, the influential mixed-media artist transforms illuminated Christmas tree toppers into magical vehicles of light, meaning, and ritual.
In his installation for Further Marfa, Mexican multimedia artist Erick Meyenberg uses a color study to highlight the ecological dangers of Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.
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