For more than twenty-five years, Mexican artist Teresa Margolles has developed a practice in response to the endemic violence that ravages her country (violent deaths from the drug trade, marginalities and exclusions, feminicides and social injustice).
This monograph accompanying the exhibition Mundos documents some fifteen works, most of them created in the current decade. The publication includes essays by John Zeppetelli (MAC), Thérèse St-Gelais and Jean-Philippe Uzel (UQAM), and Lulu Morales Mendoza (Laboratorio Curatorial 060 art collective, Mexico), as well as new testimonials collected by Teresa Margolles.
Other Exhibition Catalogues
John Zeppetelli, Jean-Philippe Uzel, Thérèse St-Gelais, Lulu Morales Mendoza, 2017, 9782551258307, 120 pp col. throughout 10 x 8.5 in softcover .$27.95
Lesley Johnstone, Emanuel Licha, Volker Pantenburg, Susan Schuppli, January 2017, 9782551256945, 144 pages.$29.95
Dan Adler, Lesley Johnstone, Liz Magor, Heike Munder et Bettina Steinbrügge. Contributions de Ian Carr-Harris, Géraldine Gourbe, Trevor Mahovsky, Isabelle Pauwels, Chris Sharp et Corin Sworn, 2016, 978-2-551-25829-1, 264 pages, col. throughout 10.5 x 8 in hardcover.$55.00
Mark Lanctôt, avec la collaboration d’Olivier Asselin, Vincent Bonin, Gilles Lapointe, Aude Weber-Houde, 2016, 978-2-551-25749-2, 216 pages, 100 ill. (60 col.) in softcover.$39.95