5 Shows to See in Mexico City
This Week during Zona Maco

Fuente: ARTnews

Por Kim Córdova • Febrero 6, 2024

There is no better time for the culturally voracious to gorge on the excesses of Mexico City’s exhibition offerings than the city’s Art Week each February. Anchored by the Zona Maco fair and its two satellite fairs, Material and Salon Acme, the air crackles with anticipation as Mexico’s art spaces, both large and small, pull out their annual program highlights. With 2024 marking the 20th anniversary of Zona Maco and the 10th of Material, this year promises to be an unusually effervescent iteration
While few of the small and artist-run spaces remain truly non-commercial, the following is a selection of under-the-radar presentations with independent spirts offering visitors uniquely Chilango perspectives.

Leandro Pesantes at N.A.S.A.L.
Launched in 2021, N.A.S.A.L. is a gallery founded by Mauricio Aguirre with locations in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and Mexico City. The project’s mission is to support and foster the practices of South American artists by setting their work in dialogue with international contexts and dialogues both through the two gallery spaces and participation in international art fairs.

Fuente: Art&Object

"10 Highlights from Zona Maco in Mexico City"
Por Paul Laster • Febrero 9, 2024

On February 7, Zona Maco returned to the Centro Citibanamex, Mexico City’s massive convention center, to celebrate its 20th edition. (....) The Emerging sector showcases galleries including 193 Gallery, N.A.S.A.L., and Red Arrow, while there are many more exhibitors in sections devoted to photography, design, books, and antiques.