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Gabriel Orozco

We Went to Gabriel Orozco’s OXXO

by Michael Anthony Farley Whitney Kimball on March 15, 2017
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Gabriel Orozco has built a fully-functional Mexican convenience store chain inside the gallery Kurimanzutto. Almost everything is free.

Whitney: This triggered a Supermarket Sweep fantasy I didn’t realize I have been actively repressing every time I go shopping.

Michael: …with the aspect of monetary value removed, yet another set of limitations imposed, an almost-mania set in as we tried to adjust to a new value system.

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Your Mexico City Weekend Guide

by Michael Anthony Farley on February 4, 2016
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After a week jam-packed with openings, art fairs, lectures and performances, the weekend brings more of the same. And a lot of weird.

Saturday’s numerous openings are more or less located in an arc of neighborhoods surrounding Bosque de Chapultepec, so factor in some time to let yourself get lost in the park (really, one of the most beautiful in the world). End the night at a tres.cero.tres, a new DIY space in Roma Norte where I’ll be DJing a dance party alongside some of DF’s most fun punx and performance artists.

Sunday, head back to the area around Expo Reforma, where Material will be wrapping up with all-day “club” programming at Beverly’s. Then walk over to a mysterious pop-up from Public Art Projects and check out Uno Caña’s open studios around the corner.

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[Sponsor] Gabriel Orozco and Benjamin Buchloh Discuss Asterisms at The Guggenheim

by Paddy Johnson on November 9, 2012
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Clear your calendars! Art stars collide at the Guggenheim next Tuesday, November 13th. Harvard University Professor Benjamin Buchloh will talk with famed Mexican conceptual artist Gabriel Orozco about his current exhibition “Asterisms” at the Guggenheim.

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