In CDMX art is in trend and so are its representatives – El Sol de México

This Wednesday the Art Week in Mexico City, with the opening of Zona Maco, the most important contemporary art fair in Latin America that celebrates its 20th anniversary.

From February 7 to 11, in the Citibanamex Center more than 200 will meet exhibitors, artists and galleries coming from 25 countries around the world such as Spain, London, Mexico, Brazil, New York, Germanyamong others, whose work includes everything from works of contemporary arteven art-object, paintings, photography and antiques.

This event is not only a must for art lovers, but also for prominent figures of the mexican societywho see this fair as a cultural showcase.

Among those attending the opening, stood out Paulina Madrazowho wore a look very ad hoc on the occasion, made up of a metallic fabric skirt “coquette” trend, with a side bun, which she combined with a white sequin blouse that had the phrase “work of art”.

In the hallways, the sisters also met, Yael and Michelle Sandlerwho did matches with his look denim. “Here we are once again at this fair, which has been a great job of Zélika Garcíain favor of art,” Yael told The Sun of Mexico.

Both told us that their passion for art has been inherited from their father, the architect Samuel Sandler“our parents instilled in us from a young age the art world and what is happening in Mexico It is very important, everything that the fair has achieved by bringing together artists from all over the world is something incredible and the level of art that is seen in Zona Maco is unique,” ​​added designer Michelle.

During the inauguration, the founder and director of the fair, Zélika Garcíawas walking through the halls of the exhibition and exchanging words with the exhibitors, “it has been a great job that we have done with the entire Zona Maco team, I am very happy,” he shared.

The woman from Monterrey, in addition to being passionate about art, is also passionate about fashion, and for the occasion wore a skirt of sequins large size in white, which he combined with some nude ankle boots and a gray tank top.

This year, the art fair also has its side “fashionist” and as part of the celebration of two decades, the Spanish fashion brand, Bimba and Lola has joined forces with the artist Ana Leovy to offer an experience where creativity, expression and fashion they merge.

“I collaborated with the brand on the collection for the next season, in which I intervene a few handbags with my illustrations and it has been very fun, I liked the experience,” said Leovy.

And as part of this launch, the artist and the brand installed a stand within the fair, in which Leovy’s illustrations decorated the space where they were offered. gummy bears with gummies in the form of little footprints and bones that refer to Leovy’s illustrations. “Everything has been very fun, I think art has a lot of openness and can influence in different ways,” she concluded.

The celebration of art in all its forms continues throughout the week with various activities parallel to Maco Zonesuch as gallery openings, exhibitions and exclusive cocktails.

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