With the recent rise of aversion towards U.S. President Donald Trump’s insistence of constructing a wall to ban Mexican immigrants, the spotlight has turned to the Latin American city. This month, however, the spotlight was for a good cause.
Zona Maco Mexico Arte Contemporaneo, an annual 5-day exhibit featuring works from Latin American designers and artists, paid tribute to solidarity and art last February 8-12, 2017. The event showcased a myriad of design products from oil paintings to handmade crafts and jewelry all collected in Mexico. It was held in Centro Banamex Exhibition in the capital of the Latin American city where U.S.-based art dealers also came to attend for the first time. Almost 120 designers were called to exhibit for the art fair, and approximately 30 of them had locations and galleries both in New York and L.A.
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The fair also reportedly doubled its attendees on its 4th year with renowned international art collectors grazing the aisles. Below are just a few of the works spotted for the last four years in one of the major art exhibitions in Mexico.