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    Based on our national folklore and traditions we created a faceted skull to bring prehispanic rituals into a contemporary context and Together wi… Read More
    Based on our national folklore and traditions we created a faceted skull to bring prehispanic rituals into a contemporary context and Together with TOCTOC we invited 14 mexican artists to impress their work on this ceramic symbol mixed by native traditions and spanish conquer remanents. Artists: - Violeta Hernández - Tavo Montañez - Kitty Ramos - Tintas de Acero - Rockabilly Ray - Smithe - Raudiel Sañudo - Sego y Ovbal - Aníbal Pantoja - Piñatha - Buque - Jose Luis Torres Read Less
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Día de Muertos (Day of the dead)
Life and dead is the cycle we all share, worldwide rituals surround dead and life as symbols of balance, the great constant that rule us all. Based on our national folklore and traditions we created a faceted skull bringing the prehispanic rituals into a contemporary context and so we invited 14 mexican artists to impress their work on this ceramic symbol mixed by native traditions and spanish conquer remanents.

Together with TOCTOC we brought this exhibition to the public. The result is the work of 16 artists from all over Mexico.


Artists (in no particular order) :

- Violeta Hernández
- Tavo Montañez
- Kitty Ramos
- Tintas de Acero
- Rockabilly Ray
- Smithe
- Raudiel Sañudo
- Sego y Ovbal
- Aníbal Pantoja
- Piñatha
- Buque
- Jose Luis Torres
- Ricardo Escobedo

- Señor Calavera
 
 
 
Day of the dead - Exhibition
The 16 pieces set up
Details
Cleaning
Skull piñata
Bronze version
Resin version
See you soon...
Special thanks to all the artists that supported thos project and the people who helped behind curtains.