Tatiana Musi  DARK MATTER

Inspired by 90 volcanos, 78 still active and 12 which were the deadliest eruptions in human history, Dark Matter is an exhibition that includes paintings, print and video through three interconnected works; Greetings From…, Dark Matter and Universe I-II.

A dossier with images, prices and a text specially written by volcanologist Aldo Ramos Rosique for the exhibition can be visited in the link below.

Tatiana Musi was born in Mexico 1982. She has a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute. Some of her solo shows include diciembre a febrero, at the Museo de la Ciudad de México, Mind Fills, at the Cervantes Institute of New Delhi, and Savia Roja, at the Barcelona Botanical Garden. Apart of her work as a visual artist she has collaborated in curatorial projects for the Embassy of Mexico in Japan, as well as having founded Yautepec Gallery in Mexico City.

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video | dossier

 

  • GREETINGS FROM..., 2007, Iink and watercolor postcard size paintings, 15.3 x 10.7 cm. ( set of 90 postcards).

  • Greetings From...,detail.

  • Dark Matter, 2013, Pigment print on cotton paper, 68x79cm,17st + 2 ap, signed and numbered by the artist.

  • Dark Matter, Detail.

  • Dark Matter, Detail.

  • UNIVERSUM I&II, 2011, Ink and watercolor on paper, 50x51cm (each).

  • UNIVERSUM II, 2011, Ink and watercolor on paper, 50x51cm

  • UNIVERSUM I, 2011, Ink and watercolor on paper, 50x51cm