Héctor Zamora

He was born in 1974 in Mexico City and currently lives and works in Mexico City.

 

Héctor Zamora received a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico City in 1998. Zamora’s work transcends the conventional exhibition space to reinvent and redefine it, generating friction between the common roles of public and private, exterior and interior, organic and geometric, real and imaginary.

 

His solo exhibitions include Movimientos Emisores de Existencia, LABOR, Mexico City (2019); Nas Coxas + Acima de tudo, Luciana Brito Galeria, São Paulo (2018); Ordem e Progresso, MAAT, Lisbon, Portugal (2017) Memorándum, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Mexico (2017); Re/vuelta, MARCO, Monterrey, México (2017); Dinâmica Não Linear, CCBB São Paulo, Brazil (2016); Ordre et Progrès, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (2016); Panglossian Paradigm, Redcat, Los Angeles, California (2013); Architecture + Art, SMoCA, Scottsdale, Arizona (2012); Inconstância Material, Luciana Brito Gallery (2012); White Noise, Auckland Arts Festival, New Zealand (2011), among others. 

 

Zamora’s work has been included in international group exhibitions such as Seismic Movements, Dhaka Art Summit, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2020); Durch Mauern Gehen, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin (2019); Det Andet Sted, KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces, Køge, Denmark (2019); Condemned to be Modern / Pacific Standard LA / LA, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (2017); Brasil Beleza?!, Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, Netherlands (2016); Masterworks from the Hirshhorn Collection, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. (2016); Buildering: Misbehaving the City, Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary, Cincinnati, Ohio (2014); Resisting the Present, Mexico; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France (2012), among others. 

Available artwork

© Albarrán Bourdais,

Movimientos emisores de existencia, 2019

Video

5m 25s

Price on request

© Albarrán Bourdais,
Gato, 2020
Clay bricks
316 x 316 x 10 cm
© Albarrán Bourdais,
Truth always appears as something veiled, 2017
Bricks
18 x 2.2 m
© Albarrán Bourdais,
Sciame di dirigibili , 2022
Photography
200 x 133 cm
© Albarrán Bourdais,
Platónicos, 2017
Video
7m 32s
© Albarrán Bourdais,
Strangler, 2021
Metal sculpture