TOP COLLABS: ANGÉLICA GUERRERO
Una selección de lo mejor en tendencias globales.
HERALDO DE CHIHUAHUA
By Dively Valdez
Column after the exhibition "Talento Colectivo" at Galería Cezanne, on November 3rd 2022.
TRAZOS EN EL TIEMPO
GRUPO CEMENTOS DE CHIHUAHUA
Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC), presented the literary work “TRAZOS EN EL TIEMPO 1900-2021”, a compilation of the work of visual artists from Chihuahua.
ART REVEAL MAGAZINE NO. 50
Germany / U.K.
Pag. 48 - 53
In this special issue of Art Reveal Magazine, we present artists with their influences and stories behind the fabulous artworks:
Jasmine Collings (UK), Liam Collins (UK), Audrey Kay Dowling (USA), Martha Ellis (UK), Qi Fang (UK/China), Sandra Gea (France/Greece), Angelica Guerrero (Mexico/UK), Stuart Jones (UK), Patricia Figueiredo (Brasil), Mark Lloyd (UK), Carmel Louise (Australia), Thomas Pettis (UK), Brandon Saunders (UK), Ben Snowden (UK), Tansy Tester (UK), Frances Willoughby (UK), O. Yemi Tubi (Nigeria/UK)
IMAGENES DE CHIHUAHUA NO. 274
Pag. 12 - 13
Images de Chihuahua Magazine is a biweekly edition of free distribution, which aims to graphically narrate the best moments of the events of the Chihuahuan Society.
PENNY TOUGHTS NO. 38
A weekly publication collecting art (e.g. painting, illustration, short comics, photography, sculpture) and short-form writing (e.g. fiction, poetry, non-fiction).
HAUS A REST. ISSUE 6. PLAY
"To engage in activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purpose." But isn't the creation of art an enjoyable process? What if it's not? Is play always fun or does it have a darker side? How is work created in a playful way, do artists have fun and a damned good belly laugh pushing materials and processes to the limit, juggling ideas and tickling the underside of serious concepts, turning them on their head and making us think? Or are they toying with us and are utterly miserable as they play with their work?
WAKE UP SCREAMING
16st EDITION: NUMBERS
#16 – A group of artists, mathematicians, teachers and writers gather to discuss numbers in relation to art and creativity.