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Archive Exhibition:

Francisco Ugarte: How Things Are: Curated by Dr. Natalie Maria Roncone

10/7/2016 - 1/4/2017

Born 1973, Guadalajara , Mexico

Lives and works in Guadalajara. Francisco Ugarte’s work is based on the grounds of architecture, mainly during the creative process: the proposal is generated from a deep focus in the environment, and it’s a response to it. Using a variety of media including site-specific interventions, video, installation, sculpture and drawing, his work can be understood as a phenomenological exercise in which reality is comprehend through contemplation, perception and the essence of things.

2015: Profunda Atención. Arredondo\Arozarena Gallery, Mexico City.

Suggested Landscape. Curro & Poncho Gallery, Guadalajara, Mex.

2014: Untitled (Black Paint and White Tubes). Curatorship: Lauri Firstenberg. During the Arte Careyes Foundation Workshop. Careyes, México.

2013: Ibíd. Curro & Poncho Gallery, Guadalajara, Mex.

Suggested Chapter. Curatorship: Víctor Palacios. Casa del Lago, Mexico City.

(Un)Intentional. Post Box Gallery, London, UK.

2012: Light Studies. Inés Barrenechea, Madrid, Spain.

Polyforum Siqueiros Intervention. Mexico City.

2011: I wish I could paint a beautiful landscape. Curatorship: Víctor Palacios. Espacio Marte, Mexico City.

This Side towards Screen. Arredondo\Arozarena Art Gallery, Mexico City.

2010: Chance Meeting. Curro & Poncho Gallery, Guadalajara, Mex.

Casa Barragán Intervention. Mexico City.

2009: Untitled. Arrendondo\Arozarena Gallery, Mexico City.

Untitled. Curatorship: Carlos Ashida. Oaxaca Museum of Contemporary Art (MACO), Oaxaca, Mex.

Shadow Projector. Agua Azul Public Park, Guadalajara, Mex.

New Work. Post Box Gallery, London, UK.

2008: Auto-. Curatorship: Guillermo Santamarina. Experimental Museum El Eco, Mexico City.

2007: Dialogue. Seattle Gallery, Guadalajara, Mex.

Translucent. Clemente Orozco Home-Museum and Workshop, Guadalajara, Mex.

2002: Four Rooms. Curatorship: Carlos Ashida. Arena México Gallery, Guadalajara, Mex.

Four Rooms. Sala Polivalente, Guanajuato University, Guanajuato, Mex.

Zapopan Project. Zapopan, Mex.

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