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View of Nicholas Mangan's "Ancient Lights," Labor, Mexico City, 2016.
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Claudia Arozqueta

As the central body in our planetary system, the sun has been revered through history as the source of our energy and the basis of our calendars. “Ancient Lights,” Nicholas Mangan’s first solo exhibition in Mexico City, is a sun worshipper’s investigation into the myriad conceptions of our star, from... continue reading
View of Terence Gower, “Baghdad Case Study,” LABOR, Mexico City, 2014.
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ADAM KLEINMAN

On May 13, 1846, United States President James K. Polk went before Congress and asked for a declaration of war against Mexico. His rallying cry: “American blood has been shed on American soil.” While eleven Americans were killed and six more were wounded in what is now known as the... continue reading
“Sinking Islands”

LABOR, Mexico City

View of "Sinking Islands" Labor, Mexico City, 2012.
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Tyler Coburn

With Katinka Bock, Etienne Chambaud, Hernán Díaz, Fabien Giraud, Karl Holmqvist, The Institute for Figuring, and Nicholas Mangan. In the keynote essay for “Sinking Islands,” on view at LABOR, Mexico City, curator Vincent Normand provocatively asks, “What would be an exhibition of things flat-out alone, requiring the presence of no one?”... continue reading

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