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Carlos Amorales (born Mexico City 1970) currently lives and work in Mexico City.

Much of his work explores the limits of language and translation systems to venture into the field of cultural experimentation. He uses graphic production as a tool to develop linguistic structures and alternative working models that allow new forms of interpretation and foster collectivity. In his projects, Amorales examines identity construction processes, proposes a constant re signification of forms present in his work, and provokes a clash between art and pop culture.


Some of the past expositions: 

  • 2020 Stedelijk, Amsterdam, Holland

  • 2017 Cabaret Voltaire, Zürich, Switzerland

  • 2016 de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, Holland

  • 2014 Guggenheim Museum, New York , USA

  • 2013 Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

  • 2009  Tate Liverpool, UK

  • 2007 Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

  • 2007 MoMA, NY, USA


Permanently collected by: 

  • Tate Modern London, UK

  • Museum of Modern Art di New York, USA

  • Walker Art Center di Minneapolis, USA

  • Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Holland

  • Fundación/Colección Jumex, Messico

”Uomini uccello con pagine grafiche"
32 x 44 cm (each/3) drawing on paper

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