The exhibition brings together a representative selection of the last 10 years of the artist’s production
The federal Ministry of Culture and the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBAL), through the Tamayo Museum, inaugurated ‘Generalization’, the first individual exhibition of the Mexican artist Tania Pérez Córdova in an institution, on the afternoon of this Saturday, October 1 national, and will remain in rooms 1 and 2 of the venue until February 26 next year.
The exhibition brings together a representative selection of the last 10 years of the artist’s production, as well as works commissioned especially for this occasion. Pérez Córdova (Mexico City, 1979) works mainly with materials associated with traditional sculptural practices, such as metal, ceramics, plaster, glass and marble, which are interrelated with everyday objects such as clothing, jewelry, cigarettes or contact lenses, which They maintain an intimate relationship with the human body.
Thus, ‘Generalization’ presents a reading of the artist’s practice through some themes, such as the passage of time; the nature of the materials; the gaze of the other; the imminence or possibility of an action; the way we assign value to objects; negative space or speech insufficiency
Among the works included in the exhibition are ‘Images 1’ (2017) and ‘Images 2’ (2017), which are part of the collection of the INBAL Museum Network.