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Photography, xacto knife on Paper
Size: 14.5 W x 14.5 H x 1.9 D in
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Original photograph by Alberto Vázquez printed on bond paper, intervened with gel pen, cut with exacto knife. Framed with black and white light. With special glasses its 3D. Famous for her sculptural figure, she was Miss Mexico in 1953 and the fourth finalist in the Miss Universe contest.
Photography:xacto knife on Paper
Size:14.5 W x 14.5 H x 1.9 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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BIO: Arantxa Ximena Rodriguez is a Mexican artist currently living in NYC. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including three solo shows in Mexico City, where she is from and group exhibitions in Mexico, USA, and Europe. Her work has been exhibited in Galeria Oscar Roman MX. She has shown in collective shows such as Ethos in Franz Meyer museum Mexico City and Affordable Art Fair MX, as well as in CROSSROADS Art show in Shoreditch London and MIIT (Museo Internazional Italia Arte) Turin, curated by Sergio Gomez. She has done work for the United Nations´ annual exhibition in NYC and collaborated with international brands such as Chanel, Playboy, Kipling and FIFA. Her work has been reviewed in most of the newspapers in Mexico City, such as Reforma, Excelsior & Universal, as well as in magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Hotbook, and the international art blog Cultura Colectiva. Arantxa has been interviewed in Mexican open television by proclaimed TV host Ricardo Rocha. Arantxa X. Rodriguez holds an MFA in Fine Arts by the School of Visual Arts NYC (SVA). And an undergraduate diploma in communications and business marketing by Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico and Regents Business School London. Artistic Diplomas for dramatic makeup and special effects from Makeup Forever Academy in Paris and Dj´ing by G Martel Music Academy in Mexico City. She ran the Chicago Marathon in 2014 as well as the Ultramarathon in Black Rock City Burning Man the following year and has climbed all the major peaks in Mexico such as Pico de Orizaba. She has an active Buddhist practice which has influenced almost every aspect of her artistic and personal life since 2015. ARTIST STATEMENT In this civilization which thrives on narcissism, it can be difficult to engage in serious introspection long enough to create something that is both meaningful and consistent. My practice as an artist is inseparable from this reflection. I credit it for allowing me to dig deeper and expand not only as an artist, but as a person. I have been fascinated with the ¨self¨ since my early practice involving fractal geometry. It led me to question the universe and its interconnectedness. That work took a radical turn in 2017, when I started to delve into my sense of self and spirituality through performance art. To do that, I created and incarnated three characters to explore aspects of my physical self and the emotions that come with it.
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