Material Art Fair
Expo Reforma
Calle Morelos 67, Col. Juárez, Del. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, D.F. 06600
February 4–7, 2016

Material Art Fair, now in it’s third edition, opens at the Expo Reforma this Thursday, February 4. Mexico City’s only art fair with an exclusive focus on emerging contemporary artwork, Material Art Fair will feature over 60 galleries, non-profits, and artist-run spaces. A preview of works on view at this year’s Material Art Fair is available through Artspace.

EXHIBITORS: 8eleven, Galleria Acappella, Alter Space, American Medium, Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Arturo Bandini, Beverly’s, Bikini Wax, Bosse & Baum, Breve, Buenos Tiempos, Int., BUREAU of CHANGE, CACTUS, CARNE, Casa Imelda, City Limits, Clifton Benevento, Commonwealth and Council, COOPER COLE, CourtneyBlades, cuatrotrece, David Petersen Gallery, DOCUMENT, East Hampton Shed, Ed Video Media Arts Centre, Efrain Lopez Gallery, eitoeiko, Et al., Exo Exo, Gildar Gallery, Good Weather, JAUS, joségarcía ,mx, K A N S A S, Kandor 13, KB – espacio para la cultura, Kimberly-Klark, Kunstverein Toronto, LA PLAGE, LambdaLambdaLambda, Last Resort, lodos, Lulu, Michael Jon Gallery, Muscle Beach, Natalia Hug, Neon Parc, New Galerie, Parallel Oaxaca, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Queer Thoughts, ROBERTO PARADISE, SADE GALLERY, Sala Seis, Seventeen, Shane Campbell Gallery, SKETCH, SMART OBJECTS, SPF15, Spinello Projects, Springsteen, What Pipeline, xpo gallery, and Yautepec

HOURS: 11 am – 8 pm Friday and Saturday, 11 am – 7 pm Sunday
VIP Preview 11 am – 5 pm Thursday, followed by Public Opening from 5–9 pm


Kate Bonner, Untitled, 2015. Acrylic ink and paint on fiberboard, 5.5 x 8 x .5 inches. On view with Et Al. (San Francisco), Booth B8. Courtesy of Et Al.


Andrea McGinty, Staycation (Tom’s Day), 2016. Electronic cigarette, charger, toe separator, keychain, 7.5 x 3.5 x 6 inches. On view with East Hampton Shed (East Hampton), Booth G6. Courtesy of East Hampton Shed.

Centro Banamex, Hall D.
Av. Conscripto #311. Col. Lomas de Sotelo, Mexico City. CP. 1120
February 3–7, 2016

ZONA MACO opens this Wednesday, February 3, at the Centro Banamex in Mexico City. The fair is divided into five sections, General, New Proposals, ZONA MACO Sur, Modern Art, and Design. Founded by Zélika García in 2002, ZONA MACO features more than 100 exhibitors, who are selected by an international committee. The fair is complemented by a program of events and conferences; a full schedule can be found on the ZONA MACO website.

EXHIBITORS: A full list of exhibitors (100+) is available on the ZONA MACO website.

HOURS: 4–9 pm Wednesday (Opening), 12–9 pm Thursday through Saturday, 12–8 pm Sunday


Helen Rebekah Garber, Doctor and Saint, and Heard Great Argument, 2015-16, Oil on muslin over wood panel, 24 x 20 inches. On view with Gallery Wendi Norris in the ZONA MACO Sur section. Courtesy of Gallery Wendi Norris.