Group Exhibition at Embassy of Mexico

An introspective look at nature, its colors and textures

Embassy of Mexico in the UAE
June 29 to September 29, 2021
(See full event pamphlet pdf.)

Alejandra has a number of her works featured in this event.

Mexican Embassy Expo June 2021
Presentation by H.E. Francisca Elizabeth Méndez Escobar, Ambassador of Mexico to the United Arab Emirates
Mexican Embassy Expo June 2021
Mexican Embassy Expo June 2021, Alejandra’s sculpture “Phobia” in foreground.
Mexican Embassy Expo June 2021
Mexican Embassy Expo June 2021

Online Event, WHO – VERSUS

Cultural Activity Event – WHO – VERSUS
Date and time: Tuesday, June 15, 2021 4:00 pm
Europe Summer Time (Paris, GMT+02:00)

Info: A two-hour Panel discussion of the WHO Versus Event with speakers from different arenas. (Virtual modality)

The World Health Organization invites the public for this exhibition held by the Cultural Activities Program in UN Geneva, where people will be able to identify and engage 20 art initiatives/programmes over the world. Publishing a call for artists of all categories (music, painting, drawing, sculpture, audio-visual, photography, dance, etc.). A selection of the artwork or art performance will be presented during the exhibit, alongside the launch of a digital platform collaborating and co-creating between more than 20 partners over the world. (Click for poster).

Jade Skirt

Jade Skirt sculpture

Inspired by Mexica mythology. The volumes and forms represent the skirt of the Goddess of flowing waters “Chalchiuhtlicue”, worshiped and highly respected by the Aztecs. Water was a divine element that could clear and cleanse but at the same time could devastate. This suggests a duality under the Aztec perspective of appreciation, devotion and fear.


Linked sculpture

It points, accuses, and one way or another makes one feel guilty. It moves to direct one’s sight to the reshaped scape. It’s not the hanger that traps rather the act that holds what is tossed on and obliged to carry, that is used and is forgotten or is used and dispatched. ‘It hurts if one is empathetic, scares if I feel identified, and insults if I feel singled out. How beautiful it becomes after observing without judging. To see that after forcing her to have a form or function it recovers life in the movement of her figure, which like the waves, or the wind, undulates with strength and cadence till simply falling in love. But, only then, when she is herself.’ Sánchez-Hidalgo, A.

ADM: Format test

Now is the time to come to the aid of who knows what.

Man looking up learning curve

Continuing where we left off on Saturday. I’m pleased with what we accomplished in that first session.

If you’re inspired, please play around with what we’ve covered, as well as the resources post below, and post any questions as comments to this post.

See you soon!

Covid Conversations

Alejandra’s sculpture “Chaos Theorem” is featured in COVID Conversations‘, a group exhibition by UAE-based artists and designers that reflects upon the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. By focusing on creative acts that seek to explore, understand and process responses and reactions to the pandemic, the exhibition aims to examine the highs and the lows of the psychological impact, and creativity borne from the challenges of limitation, isolation and change, whether positive or negative.

Dec 8, 2020 – Jan 3, 2021

Virtual Gallery

Virtual Art Gallery

“Convergencia” — International Exhibition with 360-degree interactive virtual reality.
Curated by Nazil Kalayci, Art Dealer
12 Nov – 12 Dec 2020
View virtual gallery

Mexican art in the United Arab Emirates

Event at Mexican Embassy UAE

Twenty-three Mexican artists exhibited their artworks at the exhibition “Mexican Art in the United Arab Emirates“ hosted by the Mexican Embassy as a tribute to artists living beyond their borders.

Mexican Embassy in Abu Dhabi,
January 28 – February 28, 2020