México: Museo de Arte Moderno de México, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Marzo - Mayo, 2006. b/w and color plates (some fldg.), color port. frontis., cat., bio/chron., bibl./hem., color pict. fldg. wrps. Item #83852
Solo exhibition dedicated to Mazal (b. Mexico 1950, lives and works in New York, Santa Fe, NM and Mexico City), an established artist that has defined an individual style, leaving behind the abstract forms of the 1980's to experiment with other media such as photography and digital techniques integrating them to his colorful and passionate paintings, drawings, photographs and installations. Some of the displayed pieces were previously presented when Mazal first exhibited his installation "La tumba de la reina roja" (The tomb of the Red Queen) blending visual and formal experiences developed while visiting the archaeological burial site of the Pre-Columbian Maya queen in Palenque, Mexico. The installation includes a musical piece by Christopher Jonas and Molly Sturges composed specially for the occasion. With texts by exibition curator Luis-Martin Lozano, Santiago Espinoza de los Monteros and Arden Reed. ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXT. LIMITED EDITION OF 1000.