EXHIBITIONS

BACALART SA

December 12th – February 28th

BACALART SA is the 2nd iteration of BACALART MEXICO, the first digital eco-artistic festival linking France and Mexico in an original experience in the service of our ecosystem. For the first edition, we chose the small town of Bacalar in Mexico, where the lagoon is changing its face due to poor management of wastewater, waste and growing irresponsible tourism.

BACALART SA is curated by Catalina Sour Vasquez, presenting works by:
Alice Louradour
Carlo Amen
Caroline Derveaux
Catalina Sour Vasquez
David Aiu Servant Schreiber
Diane Merli
Jorge Villarreal
Pauline Miko
Stef Crosa
Valentine Huyghues Despointes

Supported by the French artists’ collective META, BACALART is a local cultural solidarity action with an international scope, conveyed through the prism of art, music and innovation BACALART is an artistic experience without limits or borders; a travelling festival that offers, once a year, an unusual event in a locality with a fragile ecosystem: a time capsule of awareness and sharing broadcast live at the heart of a residency meeting between artists from a specific country with French artists.

Exhibition Archive

FOTOSEPTIEMBRE: Vignette & Tango


The Vignette & Tango Stills & Motion photography exhibit showcases the talent and architectural beauty of San Antonio as seen through the lenses of local artists, Nina A. Padilla and Tiffany Perez.

 

PROJETS DISSOLVANTS | Catalina Sour Vasquez


Superimposing imagery that caters to the senses with her delicately designed mise en scene, while utilizing color and über surrealist elements, Vasquez allows the viewer to focus on one specific, if not subconscious, component of the photograph – often addressing the social impact of our mundane everyday lives and the toll that it infiltrates on our mental and physical well-being.

YOU’RE A GEM | Jorge Villarreal


Experience the evocative, transformative beauty of Havana through the lens of world traveler and local fine art photographer, Jorge Villareal. His new work explores the aching beauty found in the details of the city's deteriorating structures, their soulful mimicking of precious stones and our own biases when it comes to determining value.