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ZsONAMACO 2020 Gathers Its Four Fairs Under One Roof for the First Time

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  • Miguel Cardenas - Objetos en la montaña, 2019
January 22, 2020
A philosophy graduate interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.

Established in 2002 by Zélika Garcia, ZsONAMACO is the leading art fair in Latin America with four events taking place twice a year during February and August in Mexico City. Each year, the fair brings together the largest selection of leading and emerging international galleries.

ZsONAMACO MÉXICO ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO celebrates its seventeenth edition in 2020, while ZsONAMACO DISEÑO a decade, ZsONAMACO FOTO its fifth edition and ZsONAMACO SALÓN celebrates its sixth. For the first time, the four ZsONAMACO fairs – Contemporary Art, Design, Salón and Foto – will simultaneously and independently occur in Centro Citibanamex in February 2020 during the ZsONAMACO Art Week. Zélika García, founder of ZsONAMACO explains it is “a great move to gather world-renowned exhibitors in one place so they can exhibit art, design, photography and antiques.”

This year, the fair introduces FORO, a new section created to foster “mid-career” galleries in ZsONAMACO México Arte Contemporáneo. The fair also offers a broad Conference Program, a nurtured program of parallel activities, with exhibitions held in the most relevant museums and galleries in the country, as well as a section of specialized publications. At the same time, the fair has announced that in the 2020 edition a collective project will be hosted, that considers independent spaces, mainly from Mexico, in addition to a wide range of specialized books on art and photography.

Jose Lerma - Background People
Jose Lerma – Background People

Exhibitors at ZsONAMACO 2020 Mexico City

In its next edition, ZsONAMACO 2020 will show galleries and exhibitors from 26 countries in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

As part of ZⓈONAMACO MÉXICO ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO, the fair presents young and mid-career proposals, historic pieces of Modern Art, and contemporary works by globally renowned artists in five sections.

The Main Section presents leading international galleries with top-quality pieces in different media by the most representative contemporary artists in the global scene, including Arróniz from Mexico City, Curro from Guadalajara, FELD + HAUS from Frankfurt, Lisson Gallery from London, and Nino Mier Gallery from Los Angeles, among others.

The New Proposals section presents artistic practices that point towards imaginative and experimental ways of living and thinking, represented by galleries such as Galería Freijo from Madrid, Luce Gallery from Turin, Rem Project from San Juan, and Triangle from Moscow, among others.

ZsONAMACO SUR focuses on showcasing the work of artists who have expanded and keep expanding the action frameworks in art, bringing together historical and contemporary professionals from the global south and paying special attention to the context of the Americas. The selection includes Archivo Colectivo from Mexico City, Martina’s Gallery from Milán, and Eliazar Ortiz from Santo Domingo.

The Modern Art section shows historic pieces by international artists and provides an outlook on different 20th-century genres, brought together by galleries such as Durban Segnini from Miami, Masterworks Fine Art from Oakland, Galería LGM from Bogota, and Boccara Art from New York City, among others.

Defined by an open structure, the new section FORO aims to bring different voices in dialogue and foster new forms of collaboration between galleries to present their artists, based on thematic or formal connections, and also to allow more ambitious presentations. Under the title Open Relationships, the section brings together galleries such as Alzueta Gallery from Barcelona, LatchKey from New York, Proyecto H from Mexico City, and Unix Gallery from New York, among others.

ZsONAMACO DISEÑO welcomes 33 galleries, ZsONAMACO FOTO brings together 23 galleries, ZsONAMACO SOLO presents individual projects of artists represented by 17 galleries, and ZsONAMACO SALÓN presents 11 galleries.

ZsONAMACO 2020 Exhibitors

Galleries
ZsONAMACO MÉXICO ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO
Arróniz | Mexico City
Art Agency | Sofia
Galería La Caja Negra | Madrid
Carlier | Gebauer | Berlin
CarrerasMugica | Bilbao
Cassina Projects | Milan
Galleria Continua | San Gimignano
Curro | Guadalajara
Dot Fiftyone Gallery | Miami
Eduardo Secci | Florence
Galería Enrique Guerrero | Mexico City
Espacio Continuo | Bogotá
Galería Estéreo | San Pedro Garza
FELD + HAUS | Frankfurt
Gaga | Mexico City
Galería de Arte Mexicano | Mexico City
Galería Habana | Havana
Heather Gaudio Fine Art | New Canaan
Galería Heinrich Ehrhardt | Madrid
Henrique Faria | New York City
Galería Hilario Galguera | Mexico City
Kasmin | New York City
kurimanzutto | Mexico City
La Balsa Arte | Bogotá
La Galería Rebelde | Guatemala
Labor | Mexico City
Le Laboratoire | Mexico City
Galerie LeLong & Co. | New York City
Galería Leyendecker | Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Islas Canarias
Licenciado | Mexico City
Lisson Gallery | London
LS / Galería | Mexico City
Luis Adelantado | Mexico City
Lyle O. Reitzel Arte Contemporáneo | Santo Domingo
MAIA Contemporary | Mexico City
Marc Straus | New York City
Mariane Ibrahim Gallery | Chicago, Illinois
Miles McEnery Gallery | New York City
Nils Stærk | Copenhague
Nino Mier Gallery | Los Angeles, California
Galerie Nordenhake | Stockholm
OMR | Mexico City
OV Project | Brussels
Pablo Goebel Fine Arts | Mexico City
Pace Gallery | New York City
Pan American Art Projects | Miami
Páramo | Guadalajara
Kasmin Gallery | New York City
PILEVNELI Gallery | Istanbul
Galleria Poggiali | Florence
PROYECTOSMONCLOVA | Mexico City
Galería Quetzalli | Oaxaca
Galería RGR | Mexico City
Richard Gray Gallery | Chicago
Ronchini Gallery | London
Sean Kelly | New York City
Sundaram Tagore Gallery | New York City
Galería Tiro al Blanco | Guadalajara
Travesía Cuatro | Madrid
Galeria Vermelho | São Paulo
Walden Gallery | Buenos Aires
Xavier Hufkens | Brussels
Zilberman | Istanbul
Anima Mundi | St. Ives, Cornwall
Bendana Pinel Art Contemporain | Paris
Boccanera Gallery | Trento
ChertLüdde | Berlin
Cibrián | San Sebastián
COHJU Contemporary Art | Kyoto
Galería Freijo | Madrid
Fridman Gallery | New York City
IK Projects | Lima
Isla Flotante | Buenos Aires
LnS Gallery | Miami
Lowell Ryan Projects | Los Angeles, California
Luce Gallery | Turin
Galería Mascota | Mexico City
Mimmo Scognamiglio Artecontemporanea | Milan
Proyecto NASAL | Lima
Rem Project | San Juan
Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte | Buenos Aires
The Hole | New York City
Triangle | Moscow
Galería Zielinsky | Barcelona
Ángeles Baños | Manuel Antonio Domíngue z | Badajoz
Archivo Colectivo | Mexico City
Galería Aura | Carla Borba | São Paulo
Galería El Museo | Edwin Monsalve | Bogota
Fernando Pradilla | Rubén Rodrigo | Madrid
HOFA Gallery | Katya Zverev a | Los Angeles
Lucy García Arte Contemporáneo | Eliazar Ortiz | Santo Domingo
Mark Hachem | Nedim Kufi | Paris
Martina’s Gallery | Milán
NF / Nieves Fernández |Fritzia Irizar & Daniela Libertad | Madrid
PROYECTOS MONCLOVA | Naomi Siegmann e Inmaculada Abarca | Mexico City
Rodríguez Gallery | Dalila Gonçalves | Poznań
RoFa Projects | Ana de Orbegoso | Potomac, Maryland
VERSUS ART PROJECT | Çagla Ulusoy | Istanbul
Yusto/Giner | Ángeles Agrela | Marbella
Galería Alfredo Ginocchio | Mexico City
Boccara Art | New York City
Diptych Fine Arts | Mexico City
Galería Duque Arango | Medellin
Durban Segnini | Miami
Galería Enrique Guerrero | Mexico City
Galerías Cristóbal | Mexico City
Galería Hispánica | Mexico City
Galería La Cometa | Bogota
Galería LGM | Bogota
LS / Galería | Mexico City
Masterworks Fine Art | Oakland
Galería Óscar Román | Mexico City
Pablo Goebel Fine Arts | Mexico City
SAFRA | Miami
Smith Davidson Gallery | Miami
Alzueta Gallery | Barcelona
ANDREW RAFACZ | Chicago
Arusha Gallery| Edimburgo
Federico Luger (FL Gallery) | Milan
JD Malat | London
Koplin del Rio | Seattle
Galería Karen Huber | Mexico City
LatchKey | New York
Maximillian William | London
PARQUE Galería | Mexico City
PEANA | Monterrey
Proyecto Paralelo | Mexico City
Proyecto H | Mexico City
Galería RGR | Mexico City
Roberto Paradise | San Juan
Galería Servando | Havana
Unix Gallery | New York
ZsONAMACO DISEÑO
Anfora Studio | Mineral de la Reforma, Hidalgo
Ángulo 0 | Mexico City
Art Lexïng | Miami
Balmaceda | Mexico City
Breuer | Mexico City
Cactus Fine Art | Huixquilucan, Edomex
Carla Fernández | Mexico City
Casa Gutiérrez Nájera | Querétaro
Centro | Mexico City
Cuchara | Mexico City
D' Argenta | Mexico City
Ezequiel Farca + Cristina Grappin | Mexico City
Felina | Mexico City
Hechizoo | Bogota
Ibero Diseño | Mexico City
Iker Ortiz | Mexico City
IVO | Mexico City
Odabashian | Miami
Olga Hanono | Mexico City
QUADRO | Mexico City
ROMOHERRERA | Mexico City
Sten | Mexico City
Studio Orfeo Quagliata | Naucalpan
Talavera de La Reyna | Cholula, Puebla
Taracea | Mexico City
Tec de Monterrey | Mexico City
Texto | Mexico City
Tile Blush | Miami
Galería Trece sin Tres | Mexico City
TRRA | Zapopan
Universidad Anáhuac | Mexico City
Xinú | Mexico City
ZsONAMACO FOTO
A PICK Gallery | Turin
Artbaena | Mexico City
Galería Artis 718 | Havana
CAM Galería | Mexico City
Camino Silvestre | San Miguel de Allende
Carmen Araujo Arte | Caracas
Galería Casa Cuadrada | Bogota
Catharine Clark Gallery | San Francisco
Espacio Fotográfico Carlos Caamaño | Lima
Fahey/Klein Gallery | Los Angeles
Gregory Leroy | Paris
Henrique Faria | New York City
HG Contemporary | New York City
Miyako Yoshinaga | New York City
Modernism INC | San Francisco
Patricia Conde Galería | Mexico City
PDX Contemporary Art | Portland, Oregon
Plan X Art Gallery | Milan
Raffaella de Chirico Arte Contemporáneo | Turin
Ricardo Reyes | Mexico City
Smith Davidson Gallery | Miami
Terreno Baldío Arte | Mexico City
Troconi-Letayf & Campbell | Mexico City
ZsONAMACO SOLO
Galería Casa Cuadrada | Bogota
Galleria Continua | San Gimignano
Correa Photo Film Studio | Quito, Pichincha
Emilio Valdés | Mexico City
Fernando Marroquin | Mexico City
Galería Gema Llamazares | Gijón, Asturias
Let There Be Art Gallery | Mexico City
Páramo | Guadalajara
Patricia Conde Galería | Mexico City
Prras! | San Andrés Cholula, Puebla
Rolf Art | Buenos Aires
Ruiz Healy Art | San Antonio, Texas
Salamatina Gallery | New York
Salar Galería de Arte | La Paz
Terreno Baldío Arte | Mexico City
Galerie Youn | Montreal
Galerie Younique | Paris
ZsONAMACO SALÓN
Antigüedades Lop'z | Mexico City
Argandonas | Mexico City
Daniel Liebsohn | Mexico City
Diptych Fine Art | CDMX
HQ Antigüedades y Coleccionables | Torreón
Mario Uvence Antiques & Fine Arts | San Cristóbal de Las Casas
Muzeion Gallery | San Pedro Garza García
Galerías Real de Catorce | Mexico City
Rodrigo Rivero Lake | Mexico City
Safra Antigüedades | Barcelona
VIRIATHUS Antigüedades | Mexico City

The Programming

For the first time ever, a collective project carried out by different independent spaces will be presented at ZsONAMACO 2020. Titled Plaza de la informalidad, this collective installation by means of its artistic and museographic proposal seeks to pay homage to occult practices within the economy. Curated by guadalajara90210 and directed by Alma Saladin and Marco Rountree, the project brings together exhibitors such as Biquini Wax EPS from Mexico City, Salón Silicón from Mexico City, and Parallel Oaxaca from Oaxaca.

This year, ZsONAMACO LIBROS becomes a special section, offering specialized books on art and photography presented by Amigos del Museo de Arte Moderno A.C. from Mexico City, Endless Editions from New York, Polvoh Press from Oaxaca, and Deadbeat Club from Los Angeles, just to name a few.

The fair will also present a broad Conference Program and a program of parallel activities, with exhibitions held in the most relevant museums and galleries in the country.

The Location of ZsONAMACO 2020

Practical Information

ZsONAMACO 2020 will take place at Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City from February 5th until February 9th, 2020.

The doors of the fair will be open to the public from 4 to 9 p.m on Wednesday, when the opening reception will take place, from 12 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and from 12 to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

The price of the General ticket will be MX $275 online (≈$15) and MX $375 Fair box office (≈$20), while the price for students will be MX $165 online (≈$9) and MX $265 Fair box office (≈$14).

For more information, visit the official website of the fair.

Clotilde Jimenez - I had a Dream I Took an L, 2020
Clotilde Jimenez – I had a Dream I Took an L, 2020
Guy Yanai - Cité Radieuse Le Corbusier, 2019, Matt Connors - Untitled, 2020
Left: Guy Yanai – Cité Radieuse Le Corbusier, 2019 / Right: Matt Connors – Untitled, 2020
Franco Arocha - Sin título
Franco Arocha – Sin título
JJ Estrada T. - Subconsciente Colectivo
JJ Estrada T. – Subconsciente Colectivo

Featured image: ZsONAMACO Fair Views; Miguel Cardenas – Objetos en la montaña, 2019. All images courtesy ZsONAMACO 2020.