As we know, reality is always subject to multiple interpretations. Based on this idea within the visual arts, there are several lines of work where disciplines such as painting and drawing propose a current and retrospective analysis of the history of modernity, which continues to question the remains, promises, and memories of philanthropic prosperity that within personal reflections, have methodologies to examine the similarities of reality that we perceive, the objectivity administered by the media and the acculturation of information that manages to symbolically modify notions of time-space.
The body of work creates a re-signification of universal history from materials, appropriate images, and/or personal archive photos in order to make a new discursive approach that produces "narrative" deformations to question the processes that developed current social and cultural contexts, which have a unique conclusion in the alteration and restructuring of collective memory today.
ERICK SAUCEDO LÓPEZ (Ciudad Satélite, Naucalpan de Juárez, State of Mexico, Mexico, 1991) Graduated in Visual Arts (2010-14) and History of Mexican Art (2015-16) within the division of continuing education of the Faculty of Arts and Design (Xochimilco campus and San Carlos Academy respectively) FAD, UNAM; He was part of the Contemporary Painting Seminar in charge of Mtro. Ignacio Salazar and Mtra. Diana Salazar. Within this same institution, he completed his social service in the program "FORMATION IN TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN VISUAL ARTS AND DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION 2013-2014" in addition to an extraordinary period of one year in collaboration for didactic activities in the subject of drawing 3 and 4 imparted by Francisco Castro Leñero. He participated in the 3rd and 4th issue of the experimental drawing Fridays (2015), workshops coordinated by Eduardo Abaroa and Caroline Montenat at SOMA, Mexico City. His work has been exhibited individually only in the United States with the exhibition "2020" within the Maximilian Contemporary gallery in Oakland, California.
His work has been selected for different contests and exhibitions such as "Residuos" at El Otro Mono gallery, Cuernavaca Morelos, Parámetro 03 Bienal Arte Lumen, Museo de la Ciudad de México, CDMX, 01 Bienal de Ilustración by PICTOLINE, Centro de Cultura Digital, CDMX "Creación en Movimiento 2015-2016" Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro, Querétaro, "Kozmic Blues. Entre control / Descontrol" BUAP university cultural complex, Puebla de Zaragoza, Puebla, "Parámetro 02" at the Museum of Mexico City (2016) "56-92 Encounter of an artistic generation" (2016) in the galleries of the former Academy of San Carlos. FAD-UNAM Mexico City, "HÁBITAT" in Guadalajara Jalisco (2016), SALÓN ACME No.4, Archipelago, Mexico City(2016), the XI Biennial of Painting "Joaquin Clausell" (2015) in Campeche the Carrillo Gill Art Museum "Parameter" (2015), the Luis Nishizawa gallery of the Faculty of Arts and Design in "The woman of 60 by 60" (2014) and the MUCA of Ciudad Universitaria, the 1st University Contemporary Art Festival F. A.C.U. at the Centro Cultural del México Contemporáneo (2013), his work is part of various collections such as JUNCO collection, Abastecedora LUMEN S.A. de C.V. the Dada X club and other private collections.
He obtained the support of FONCA in two editions within the program Jóvenes Creadores 2015-2016 in the specialty of painting and in 2020-2021 in the specialty of drawing. He was awarded the winner of the Biennial Arte Lumen 2018 within the student category, currently lives, and works in Mexico City.