NM Contemporaneo, presents Minerva Ayón, Yanieb Fabre and Pablo Vigil in ZONA MACO 2018, a multidisciplinary visual exhibition of three emerging artists who take over the exhibition space through the intervention, installation and mural; placing drawing, painting, collage and sculpture to create a stage full of brightness and color, with an apparent message of play, innocence and certain ingenuity; this expression comes from the most intimate part of their creators. A discourse that speaks of the limits between the sane and the madness, impulses that overflow between despair and hilarity.
Minerva Ayón, was born in Mexico City, in 1985. She graduated from the Master of Visual Arts at the UNAM (Mexico). Her work focuses on the revision of various processes of identity construction, as well as the analysis of the imaginaries that protect and directly affect the production of specific realities. She has had several exhibitions in México and abroad, highlighting Diosa Rabiosa in Jardin Borda, Morelos, Mexico (2017).
Yanieb Fabre, was born in the year of 1983 in Mexico, she has a master degree on artrs from the U.A.E.M. and the Regular Program (SOMA), later adopts Paris as her city of residence. She develops the theme of eroticism, desire and memory, her work is hypnotic, ritual and obsessive. She forms a line of tension between the rational and the irrational, at the limit of exposure and madness; the transparencies, the lines and points in her drawings give rise to disordered and delirious stories, making drawing an action as primitive as walking or copulating. Awarded on diverse scholarships; she has several exhibitions in Mexico, Spain, France, Chile and Canada.
Pablo Vigil, was born in Mexico City in 1984 and since 1990 he lives in the state of Morelos. He studied a degree in visual arts at the Centro Morelense de las Artes (2004-2008). He develops his work in an encrypted, symbolic and baroque language; everything seems to come from inner worlds that implode and explode in imaginary recreations, sometimes literary and others in an absurd manner; on a horizontal line, he handles impossible constructions and symbolic inhabitants.