Jose Dávila and Mateo López take part in the group show, Rotary Collection, organized by Loring Randolph with the following artists: Étienne Chambaud, Isabelle Cornaro, Julia Dault, Jason Dodge, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Andrew Kuo, Mateo López, Benoît Maire, Arthur Ou, Marlo Pascual and Pietro Roccasalva.
MACBA and Fundación la Caixa
Jose Davila takes part in La Persistencia de la Geometría, an exhibition with artworks from Fundación La Caixa and MACBA collection.
Jose Dávila will take part on the show: ENVISIONING BUILDINGS: Reflecting Architecture in Contemporary Art Photography at the MAK in Vienna
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH
TRAVESIA CUATRO participates in ART BASEL Miami Beach, in ART POSITIONS with a solo project by Marco Rountree Cruz.
En obras. Colección Teixeira de Freitas.
Jose Davila takes part on the group exhibition: en obras, the first public exhibition of a selection of the collection Teixeira de Freitas from Lisbon, coicinding with its tenth anniversary. The uniqueness of this collection lies mainly on the strength and consistency of its approach: artworks related to architecture.
Gonzalo Lebrija and Jorge Mendez Blake take part in the show: Resisting the Present: Mexico 2000-2012, in the Museo Amparo in Puebla, Mexico. This exhibition will travel to the Museé d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris in spring 2012.
NOW: obras de La Colección Jumex
NOW will gather around 150 works from 84 mexican and foreign artists using different mediums as drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and video. Among these we will see some pieces from Gonzalo Lebrija and Jose Davila, Travesia Cuatro artists.
Vancouver Art Gallery
The Distance Between You and Me presents the work of three notable contemporary artists from Vancouver, Los Angeles and Guadalajara. Thematically, the exhibition revolves around the ideas of location and dislocation, not only in the geographical sense, but also in terms of psychological location.
EVERYTHING MUST GO
Gonzalo Lebrija participates in the exhibition Everything must go organized by Jose Noe Suro and Eduardo Sarabia.