El Hombre Ha Muerto / an exhibition of drawings by Dutch and Mexican artists / with Carlijn Mens (DAI,2009), Julio Pastor (DAI,2010) and others

| tag: Mexico City

El Hombre Ha Muerto is an exhibition of drawings by Dutch and Mexican artists. It took place in Groningen, The Netherlands from 15 till 29 November 2013 and in Mexico in June/July 2014.

We have selected artists whose work has a relation with issues from modern day society using light as a formal aspect and 'to shine a light' on their subject.

The title comes from a poem by Borges, in which he talks about how hair and nails keep on growing after a man's death. When a person dies, a form by which the universe can be understood is lost. But the same way as the beard and nails keep on growing, the life of all other human beings and living beings in general carries on. By producing a work of art, the artist leaves a trace behind him. This way he/she appears to challenge the condemnation of the burial of his/her ideas.

The man is dead
The beard doesn't know it
The nails grow

Jorge Luis Borges

The exhibition in Mexico City runs from:

19 June - 18 July 2014

Exhibition opening: 19 June, 18.30h

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday 12 - 18 h

En exhibición del 19 de junio al 18 de julio de 2014.

Inauguración: Jueves 19 de junio de 2014 / 18:30 horas.

Horarios de visita: Lunes a viernes de 10:00 a 18:00 horas..


Casa de la Cultura de Tabasco en el DF
Berlín #33, esquina con Marsella.
Col. Juárez.
Delegación Cuauhtémoc.