With the launch of our preview of Zona MACO, we’ve picked out five follow-worthy galleries that will be showing during the fair. If you can’t make it to Mexico City, be sure to check out these exhibitors on Artsy!
Mindy Solomon Gallery: Miami’s Mindy Solomon Gallery shows contemporary emerging and mid-career artists, in addition to several prestigious contemporary Korean artists. In their Zona MACO booth, the gallery shows the ceramic vessels and sculptures of Kang Hyo Lee, Minkyu Lee, Sung-Jae Choi, and Wookjae Maeng in the fair’s design section.
ltd los angeles: Located in Hollywood, ltd los angeles describes its mission as focused on “lateral practices, on a horizontality where embracing multifarious mediums expands conceptual boundaries.” At Zona MACO the gallery assembles a solo presentation of works by Michael Linares. The booth will host his installation Outside/in/out, featuring his sculptural works with astrological imagery.
UNIX Gallery: With locations in New York and Miami, UNIX shows an international lineup of established and emerging artists. At Zona MACO the gallery shows a selection of artists including Pop sculptor Desire Obtain Cherish’s larger-than-life lollipops, abstract paintings by Marcello Lo Giudice, and the skillful brushstrokes of Shin Kwang Ho.
Freight + Volume: Chelsea gallery Freight + Volume focuses on emerging and established artists who are innovative and keen on taking risks. In their Zona MACO booth, the gallery shows text-based paintings that form iconic images by Erik den Breejen, gestural portraits by Richard Butler, and collage-like painted silkscreens by Kristen Schiele.
Skot Foreman Fine Art: Specializing in contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries, Skot Foreman Fine Art recently opened a new location on San Miguel de Allende in Central Mexico, while it continues to operate by appointment in New York. During Zona MACO the gallery will have a pop-up location in Mexico City, where they’ll s show the vibrant works of American artist Purvis Young and Mexican artist Leonardo Díaz.