Curating in Mexican Heat presents a series of exhibition projects realized in Mexico City situated at the midst of curatorial practice and everyday life, attempting to do projects with nothing. These are situations in which exhibitions had to be developed with disappearing budgets, corruption, and no labor laws. Curating in Mexican Heat highlights the essential qualities of curating art, politics and irrational negotiations.
Image credit: Installation view: San Jerónimo 31, San Jerónimo 31, Mexico City, 2011. Courtesy of Manuela Garcia.