Parallel Oaxaca at Supplement London
Kate Newby, Tania Pérez Córdova, Rodrigo Hernández, Reto Pulfer
8th July - 8th August
Parallel Oaxaca at Supplement London is curated by Oliver Martinez-Kandt of Parallel, Oaxaca. www.paralleloaxaca.com
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Kate Newby Treetops and the blueness, 2015 Earthenware, high fired porcelain and stoneware
Tania Pérez Córdova Dropped things are bound to sink (Man flexing his biceps to show off his strength), 2012-2015 Foam impression
Rodrigo Hernández How is it up there? 2014 29,7 x 21 cms water-colour on paper
Rodrigo Hernández Man Tempted by Abstraction, 2014 29,7 x 21 cms watercolour on paper
Reto Pulfer Die Schlangenwesen im Blaugrünen Sumpf, 2013 Ink on bedsheet, 211 x 145 cm Translation of the title: Snake-Beings In The Blue-Green Swamp, 2013
Reto Pulfer Zustandsprozesse, 2013 Cotton, 164 x 113 cm Translation of the title: The Process Of The State of Things, 2013
Images courtesy of Supplement, London, Reto Pulfer courtesy Hollybush Gardens, London. Rodrigo Hernández, courtesy of the artist.
Kate Newby, lives and works in New York. Her work has been presented internationally, including recent solo exhibitions at Laurel Gitlen (2015), Lulu, Mexico City (2014); La Loge, Brussels (2014); Fogo Island Gallery, Newfoundland (2013); and Hopkinson Mossmon, Auckland (2013). Represented by Hopkinson Mossman. NZ.
Reto Pulfer, lives and works in Berlin. His work has been included in several institutions including the Musée regional d´art contemporain Languedoc- Rouissillon, in France (2015), Kunstverein Nürnberg, in Germany in 2013 and the ReMapKM, in Athens, Greece in 2011. He is preparing solo exhibitions in Spike Island, Bristol (UK), at the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève (Switzerland) and at the Centre International de Paysage de Vassivère (France) this year. Represented by Hollybush Gardens, UK.
Rodrigo Hernández, lives and works in Basel. Recent solo presentations of his work include Parallel Oaxaca, Mexico (2015), Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht (2015), “Sometimes something Happens” at Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam (2014). Forthcoming exhibitions will occurr at Kim?, Riga and Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City.
Tania Pérez Córdova, lives and works in Mexico City. Recent solo exhibitions of her works include Proyectos Monclova, México City (2015), Messen de Clerq, Brussels (2014), Galeria Stereo, Poznan, Poland (2014). Her work was part of the 2015 New Museums Triennial, the Lulennial and Kunsthalle Basel (2011). Together with Francesco Pedraglio she will create a new project at Parallel Oaxaca this coming November 2015.