MASA and Luhring Augustine are delighted to announce a collaborative exhibition highlighting the work of artists and designers from both galleries’ programs. Installed throughout MASA’s unique and historic Mexico City space, the show will remain on view through March 23.
The presentation will feature eight artists represented by Luhring Augustine (Sarah Crowner, Christina Forrer, Mark Handforth, Ragnar Kjartansson, Richard Rezac, Mohammed Sami, Salman Toor, and Rachel Whiteread), presented in conversation with six designers represented by MASA (Héctor Esrawe, Adeline de Monseignat, Panorammma, Ewe Studio, Brian Thoreen, and Héctor Zamora). MASA's gallery space was originally built as a country home in the 19th century and, throughout the 20th century, the homeowner organized hundreds of renown, eclectic gatherings that brought together artists, writers, and other notable figures. Continuing in this celebratory spirit and tradition, MASA and Luhring Augustine's collaboration activates new dialogues between disparate voices across generations and genres.