This issue of LARmagazine is dedicated to the non-capitals of art. It is a topic that worries me a lot, more so since I’ve been living for the last two months in Monterrey, a city in the North of Mexico that possesses the country’s greatest industrial development. It is a great place where millions are invested in cultural spaces and initiatives, but with an art scene that still seems somewhat scattered.
“"Alice In Chains has delved more and more into its dark side with time, and they execute with the needed composure to reflect it, not a bit less. This is a psychedelic trip, with some reflective stops in the way."
Daniel Vega / The Return of Alice In Chains
“"…I understand the artistic practices as a research about the nature of existence, and art as a network of conversations (material and intangible) about the questions and answers of these researches."
Maria Fernanda Barrero: The Worlds Within and Without the Skin”
“"I think reality is constantly in front of you, but it is a reality that parts; that is when introspection comes, after you generate it. But what I love about it is that you alienate yourself in the end. "
Interview: From the reflection to the hole. The works of Tahanny Lee.”