Exposición en Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, México
BIOCENO • Arte • Comunidad • Coexistencia
Museo de la Cancillería - Museo del Acervo Histórico y Artístico de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores / República de El Salvador 47, (entre Isabel La Católica y Bolivar), Col. Centro / Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, México
"A poetics between art and the biosphere"
The Chancellery Museum presents the ninth edition of the art collection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs formed through the SAT's Payment in Kind programme.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Matías Romero Institute and the Chancellery Museum, opens its doors every year to receive works of art as part of the Tax Administration Service's Payment in Kind programme.
Each of the exhibitions under this programme is part of the curatorial and museographic discourse of a person specialised in a specific theme. The guest curator for 2020 is Jeannette Betancourt, who has prepared this exhibition together with the Chancellery Museum since the beginning of the year. Her proposal consists of tracing a conceptual route that links art with the biosphere; it calls for a management of coexistence, diversity and sense of community.
In Betancourt's opinion, Bioceno is a word that is only just emerging and is...thought of as a function of the term biocenosis, which implies the existence of a biotic community. It is speculated that the term Biocene will come to represent a new stage for human life, where the knowledge inscribed in nature will be combined with technology and artificial intelligence to guarantee continuity on the planet.
The exhibition BIOCENO - Art - Community - Coexistence is divided into the following themes: Constitutive Processes, Consummation/Renewal, Systems of the Biodiverse, Contemporary Tyrannies, Geographies and Demarcations, Invocations of the Word, Stories of the Body, and Ritual Nature. This year, the work of thirty-eight artists makes up the thematic nuclei: Nora Adame, Cecilia Barreto, Diego Beyró, Andrea Bores, Fernanda Brunet, Iván Buenader, Patricia Carrington, Tomás Casademunt, Miguel Cordera, Vanesa García, Máximo González, Graciela Iturbide, Enrique Jezik, Daniela Libertad, Pablo López Luz, Luciano Matus, Jason Mena, Fabiola Menchelli, Jorge Méndez Blake, Enrique Mendez de Hoyos, Ricardo Milla, Miguel Milló, Arturo Muela, Paul Muguet, Aurora Noreña, Cristina Ochoa, Damián Ortega, Francisco Ortiz Trejo, Horacio Quiroz, Carla Rippey, Miguel Rodríguez Sepúlveda, Vicente Rojo, Betsabeé Romero, Elizabeth Ross, Edgar Solórzano, Juan Pablo Vidal, and Yupica.
The exhibition will be open to the public from Monday to Saturday from 11:00 to 18:00, from 23 October 2020 to 2 January 2021, with free admission. In accordance with the health measures dictated by the authorities, the Chancellery Museum has established an admission protocol that includes, without exception, taking the temperature and applying alcohol gel to any visitor. Tours will be limited to a maximum of 45 minutes with a simultaneous limit of 10 people per room, in strict compliance with the New Normalcy Plan and the Mexican Government's Technical Guidelines for Health Security.
Entrada actualizada el el 16 dic de 2021
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