Catalog of the exhibition Las Implicaciones de la Imagen presented in Museo de Arte de Sinaola, Culiacán, Mexico, in March, 2006; in Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Artes, Mexico City, Mexico from April 12, 2008 to June 28, 2008; in Capilla del Arte in the Universidad de las Américas and Galería de Arte del Palacio Municipal, Puebla, Mexico from October 10, 2009 to January 10, 2010.
The exhibition, curated by Taiyana Pimentel, it is a review of the collection, which has wide and malleable margins in relation to a strictly historical perspective. The main axis that structures the criteria for the acquisition of artworks is current art production, even if —at times— it also includes works coming from processes associated to modernity. Historical photography is an example of this, as a kind of production that shapes the background of contemporary art. That is why the genealogical position that shapes the collection is the point of departure for the curatorial proposal.
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Presentations. Page 8
What Is It For? Agustín Coppel. Page 12
Collecting as Poetics: The Isabel and Agustín Coppel Collection. Ana Elena Mallet. Page 16
Bloodied and Exhausted. Russell Ferguson. Page 18
Other Implications of the Image. Taiyana Pimentel. Page 26
Departing from the Object. Page 34
The Fragmentation of Time and Space. Page 62
From the Individual to the Character. Page 90
From the Body. Page 124
From the Cracks in Power. Page 162
From Concept to Memory. Page 188
Catalogue of exhibited works. Page 230
List of illustrations. Page234
Curricula vitae. Page 236
Acknowledgements. Page 251
Contributors. Page 252
Credits. Page 253
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