Exhibition

Geles Cabrera: Museo Escultórico

Geles Cabrera in the museum of her work (El Museo Escultórico), c. 1960s.

Geles Cabrera in the museum of her work (El Museo Escultórico), c. 1960s.

Geles Cabrera: Museo Escultórico

On view: through

Geles Cabrera: Museo Escultórico explores the legacy of Mexican sculptor Geles Cabrera, presenting a selection of works created over 40 years of the artist’s career. The first solo show of Cabrera in the United States, this exhibition will include sculptures that reveal the artist’s interest in the human body and her experimentation with different materials alongside archival documentation of her artistic practice in Mexico City. Born in 1926, Cabrera occupies a unique place in the trajectory of Mexican art as one of Mexico's most prominent female sculptors. Situated between abstraction and figuration, her visionary sculptures offered new understandings of the human form.

The exhibition was on display from June 8 to July 30, 2022.

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This exhibition is curated by Aimé Iglesias Lukin, Tie Jojima, and Rachel Remick.

Image is from the Geles Cabrera Archives. Courtesy of the artist and Galería Agustina Ferreyra.

Photos of the Installation
Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez

Preview Image: Arturo Sánchez

Image: Arturo Sánchez