'94,000 Mexicans to Be Found' - Exhibition by Veronica Cordova

Last edited by fusionarts on 25 April 2022

Venue, Timing and Cost

The #WindowGalleries, Friars Entry, Oxford OX1 2BZ
Monday, 11 April 2022 to Saturday, 30 April 2022

94,000 Mexicans to be Found is reproducible statement artwork that informs its audience of the disappearance crisis in Mexico. When first displayed at the Glass Tank Gallery, Oxford in 2016 Cordova’s work was titled 27,000 Mexicans to be Found, which shows us the shocking developments made in this story over the last 6 years.

Cordova creates paintings, risograph prints, performance artworks and the documentation behind it. She works both on her own and in collaboration with other individuals and groups. In her artistic process, she aims to identify, name and transform symbolic violence, white patriarchal and racist policies into artworks that resist their effects herself and others.

94,000 Mexicans to be Found will be on display in the #WindowGalleries along Friars Entry in Oxford, OX1 2BZ from Monday 11th April until the end of the month, free and available to visit at any time.

The #WindowGalleries are an innovative collaboration between community organisation Fusion Arts and The Randolph Hotel by Graduate Hotels that connects and supports Oxford’s communities by creating a lively space for the public to experience inspiring work by local artists.

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The #WindowGalleries, Friars Entry, Oxford OX1 2BZ

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