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“Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror”

MUSEO TAMAYO, Mexico City

View of “Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror” at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, 2018–19.
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Travis Diehl

Who was here first—Nancy Spero, or Hernán Cortés? It may be too much to call Spero (or anyone) a “universal” artist but her work certainly speaks to the weird postcolonial hybrids that survive as culture in the twenty-first century. Especially in this retrospective at the Museo Tamayo, a Brutalist building... continue reading
Cerith Wyn Evans

MUSEO TAMAYO, Mexico City

Cerith Wyn Evans, E=C=L=I=P=S=E, 2015.
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Chris Sharp

I’m not usually a fan of art about art, for the simple reason that it tends to perpetuate the potential solipsism of a perilously self-involved discipline, but something about Cerith Wyn Evans and his consistent ability to transmute art-historical references into quasi-mystical arcana has always struck me as agreeably mystifying.... continue reading

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