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Magali Arriola

A group exhibition at Luisa Strina Gallery, São Paulo, explores invisible worlds that lie beneath and within us

By Andrew Durbin

With Zona Maco opening in the city today, a guide to the best exhibitions across the Mexican capital

By Magalí Arriola

In a year marked by natural disasters, some of the best exhibitions in Latin America were attempts to make sense of the environment

By Magalí Arriola

A round-up of the best shows in the city ahead of the rescheduled Gallery Weekend, running 9–12 November

By Magalí Arriola
Elda Cerrato, La Hora de los Pueblos (The Time of the People), 1975, acrylic on linen, 150 × 95 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Henrique Faria Fine Art, New York and Buenos Aires

Magalí Arriola discusses Latin American identity and art history with curators Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Julieta González and José Luis Blondet 

By Magalí Arriola
Yoshua Okón, Miasma, 2016, video stills. Courtesy: the artist and Parque Galería

On the eve of his first survey exhibition, Yoshua Okón talks to Magalí Arriola about Mexico, CIA covert ops, globalization and a derelict statue of

By Magalí Arriola

The first of three articles exploring art, class and precarity: a range of artists, curators and writers explore how class shapes art-making today

Theo Michael, Scorpion House, 2016. Courtesy: the artist and Galería OMR, Mexico City

How the work of a younger generation of artists reflects Mexico’s social problems

By Magalí Arriola