Galería de José María Velasco - Mexicocity
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With an ever inclusive approach, based on a broad sense of contemporaneity, José María Velasco Gallery (GJMV) aims to promote through exhibitions, the work of artists of different generations and backgrounds, to get involved and to problematize aspects of culture Mexican pop. Understood not only as traditional and craft expressions but especially those derived from urban art and subaltern cultures and artistic interpretations regarding the products of mass communication: photography Registration and gender testimonial documents, illustration, video etc.. All forms that have shaped considerably, part of the cultural imagination of several generations in our society and culture.
In parallel, the GJMV firmly intends to introduce and educate the community of our environment and external visitors, taste, understanding and doing various artistic expressions of our time, through the delivery of workshops, producing publications and conference, a perspective in which the world of culture be less alien to their daily lives.
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