Born in 1978, Mexican artist Pancho Westendarp earned a BA from Tecnológico de Monterrey, Queretano and received an MA in Documentary Production in 2005 from the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain. In 2009 he received a Fulbright Scholarship to attend Stony Brook University and received his MFA in 2012. In 2015 his work was included in the 1st Landscape Biennial, Museo Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City and in 2016 his work was included in the XVII Photography Biennial at Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City. He lives Mexico City and maintains studios in Queretano, Mexico and Mexico City.
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A winter selection of new work from gallery artists.
Collective Isolation a group exhibition of gallery artists.
A collection of alluring and beautiful small artwork by gallery artists! Each week of November and December we will highlight a different small work from each of our artists! Stay tuned!
Summer group show of gallery artists: James Cullinane, Pauline Galiana, Sharon Lawless, Derek Lerner, Jerry Walden and Pancho Westendarp
Studio Visits January - June 2019
Pancho Westendarp's work seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement.
In April of 2019 we visited Pancho Westendarp in his Mexico City studio and talked about the origins of his work, what he is working on and where he may be headed in the future.
Pancho Westendarp's work seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement. This exhibition in our project space, his third exhibition with the gallery, will present a new video projection entitled One Meter in One Hour.
All That No One Sees is an exhibition of new drawings, photography, video and sculpture by Mexican artist Pancho Westendarp and is his second solo exhibition with the gallery. Westendarp's work seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement.
Pancho Westendarp's drawings, videos and installations seek to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement. His work subverts societal constructions of time by reformulating these time representations in ways that don’t standardize human experience under the same circumstances. He says, “Developing our own way of measuring time means creating our own notion of history and developing new rituals where time can be practical and playful, where faith and mechanics can interact, where procedures can become purposeless and where movement is not understood by distance traveled but by the change of a state of mind.”
Time Times Three presents the work of three artists Pancho Westendarp, Victoria Burge and Tom Kotik, whose work explores ideas about time. Pancho Westendarp's drawings, videos and installations seek to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement. Victoria Burge works on top of old maps to chart new visual systems that convey her explorations into memory, absence and the multiple dimensions and implications of space, both human and scientific. Tom Kotik explores the interaction of music and sculpture in minimal abstractions of sound equipment arranged on the wall like notes on a staff. The colors and reflections of which reveal themselves slowly, silently like a crescendo of sound.