Borderlands

On a windswept stretch of Texas desert re-envisioned as a minimalist art mecca, Further Marfa set out on an exploration of borderlands.

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The Basic Marfa

Our Land is Full of Bones

Further speaks to La Metropolitana, about their first foray into fine art, a moving installation that uses wood to evoke the violence and devastation of Mexico’s ongoing drug wars.
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A Gallery for Turbulent Times

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.  

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Carlos Betancourt’s Future Eternal 

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.

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Art and Anonymity

With her pioneering Mexico City-based platform Anónimo, Alejandra Martínez is concealing authorship until a work is sold in an attempt to free it from preconceptions.
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One Artist’s Chromatic Resistance

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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