The respected art dealer Mariane Ibrahim, whose fast-growing gallery has locations in Chicago and Paris, added a third exhibition space, in Mexico City.
Launched during February’s Zona Maco art fair, her latest outpost is housed in an elegant 19th-century building in the trendy Cuauht. moc neighborhood. “There is no other city in the Americas that brings together the ancient, cultural, and contemporary,” says Ibrahim. “The result of this combination offers all the ingredients an artist needs, a platform for creativity.”
La Memoria del Agua, a solo show of works by Mexico City–based Afro Latino artist Clotilde Jiménez, inaugurates the space. On view through April 29, his new body of work, inspired by the transformative power of water, features his sought-after collages adjoining new ceramic vessels.