Mexico City

Artists Bio

Madeline Jiménez Santil
(b. in Santo Domingo, Dominican republic, 1986) Lives and works in Mexico City.

Her research develops in the possible relationships existing in the body/matter and geometry, rethinking the condition of the exotic, the strange and the migration, always approaching them from the understanding of his own body and in permanent dialogue with the space that surrounds her.

Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba
(b. in Leon, Mexico, 1988) Lives and works in Mexico City.

His research focuses on two main areas: i) economics and ii) pataphysics, and the relationships that arise between them. He is founder and active member of Biquini Wax and forms part of the collective writing group “Art and Work” BWEPS. He was part of the SOMA Educational Program first generation. He has exhibited his work in kurimanzutto, Mexico City; Museo del Chopo, Mexico City; Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City; Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil Art, Mexico City; Parallel Oaxaca; Human Resources, Los Angeles; Harvard University; and Duke University, among others.

Eduardo Aragón
(b. in Oaxaca, Mexico, 1985) Lives and works in Oaxaca and Mexico City.

In the work of Edgardo Aragón, the political and power structures are approached in perfomances that recreate past events, freely mixing family chronicles with the political history of Mexico. His videos, serene in appearance, develop narratives inspired by the everyday environment and the harsh social realities, mainly from his own country. His exhibitions, projects and participations include: ‘Por amor a la disidencia’, MUAC, Mexico City (2012); ‘Solo Projects’, with Rey Akdogan, Ilja Karilampi and Caitlin Keogh, MoMA Ps1, New York (2012); ‘Efectos de familia’, Kadis Art Foundation, San Francisco (2013); ‘Inventer le possible’, with Marine Hugonnier and Carlos Motta, Jeu de Paume, Paris (2014), among others.

Gallery Statement

NERI|BARRANCO is a Pop-Up Gallery that works with emerging artists. Ignacio Neri Barranco realized that artists face financial problems that distract them from their work. He designed a plan to create a market so that the artists could live from it in the medium and long term. The project is itinerant with the purpose of maximizing the use of the remaining cash flows after covering the commissions, costs and expenses, to completely reinvest the profit in the artists’ projects.

Artists at Material

Madeline Jimenez Santil (Republica Dominicana, 1986) (Dominican Republic, 1986)
Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba (Mexico, 1988)
Eduardo Aragón

Represented or Affiliated Artists

Madeline Jimenez Santil
Irak Morales
Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba
Jazael Olguín Zapata
Eduardo Aragón


Mexico - Ciudad de México (Mexico City, Mexico)
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