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Testamenti 101 Print - Limited Edition of 3

Ruben Ochoa

Mexico

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From the series Testamenti | A photographic essay by Ruben Ochoa based on architectural lines and details that join Europe's past with its present.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:15.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Ruben Ochoa has exhibited in Europe, the United States and Latin America, with key shows in New York, Berlin, London, Barcelona, Buenos Aires and Los Angeles as well as an ongoing cycle of exhibitions in his country of birth, Mexico. Ochoa is considered among the most important artists currently working in Mexico. He is an elected member of the committee and jury of the National Foundation for Culture and the Arts (Ministry of Culture), Mexico. His work was commissioned for a landmark show of “20 Iberoamerican artists”, he represented Mexico in the PhotoIreland Festival in 2010, and took 1st place honors at the Mercosur 12th Biennial in Buenos Aires. Among his commissions are projects for the University of York, UK, the New York-based Art on Paper ('Diaries of a Young Artist', published as a book in 2009), magazines Monocle (London), FOLLY (New York) and Lenguaraz (Mexico), A SHIP IN THE WOODS, San Diego, the SONS Museum, Belgium, the Lux Art Institute in California, as well as a variety of corporate and private commissions. He was invited to join the Editorial Committee of the newspaper Reforma's Culture section. Notable exhibitions of Ruben Ochoa's work include the highly acclaimed Territorios de la Memoria exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City and the touring exhibition 360º, shown in cities throughout Europe between 2006 and 2012 (and published as a book in 2010), and exhibitions of the projects Piso 86 (Floor 86, homage to Manuel Felguérez) and Road to Ayreshire (Franz Mayer Museum, Mexico City), THERMO (images shot with an infrared camera, exhibited at the fourth World Water Forum), Bestiary (or the new deadly sins) which was exhibited at the British-American Museum, the Santo Domingo Convent (Mexico City) and The European Center of Photography (Slovakia), and Una piedra como almohada at CACiS in Barcelona, where he completed an artistic residency in 2011. Ochoa is represented in Mexico by Traeger & Pinto Galería (Mexico City), in Europe by Artèria (Barcelona) and in the USA by A SHIP IN THE WOODS (San Diego) and Atelier Contakos (San Francisco). Exhibitions scheduled for 2023 include the National Arts Center, Queretaro, the University of York, UK, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Oaxaca, and Atelier Contakos, San Francisco. He is currently working on a series of installations in response to the global migration crisis.

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