Profiles – Focus on Alfredo Gisholt

May 18, 2021News
Part 1: Alfredo Gisholt Globe Trots from Mexico City to Boston Alfredo Gisholt in his studio in 2013, photographed by Lourdes Almeida When Alfredo Gisholt, born in 1971 in Mexico City, recounts his early childhood, he admits that art-making was not a preoccupation of his. Although creativity was encouraged, his expression of it was limited [...]

Glasstire on Alfredo Gisholt’s Rituals of Perception

February 24, 2021Artists, Curatorial Projects, Exhibitions, News, Press
View article at Glasstire From the gallery: “Deborah Colton Gallery is pleased to present Rituals of Perception, an exhibition featuring paintings and works on paper by Alfredo Gisholt. This grand solo exhibition encompasses the entire gallery. The exhibition can be seen online through the gallery’s Viewing Room. Installation and artwork images can be seen through [...]

Iris Interview

June 9, 2016News, Press
Who are your favorite up-and-coming artists on your radar at the moment? I would say the mexican multidisciplinary artist, Nacho Rodriguez Bach, and the international critically-acclaimed Danish artist, Olafur Eliasson.  Rodriguez Bach is an artist I have been promoting and representing for several years.  He is always reinventing himself.  Interested in understanding the origin and [...]

Armando Romero in Houston, TX. (USA)

April 23, 2013Curatorial Projects, Exhibitions

Convinced of the importance of placing Mexican art in diverse venues in order to fortify and promote its appreciation and consumption, Mariana has collaborated with NM Contemporaneo (Mexico) to exhibit Armando Romero’s work at Intero, located at WESTAVE in River Oaks. The art deco inspired development of WESTAVE captures the spirit of the surrounding neighborhood … Read More