Untitled III
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Puerto Rico

Kilometro se complace en presentar la tercera edición de "Untitled" una serie de exhibiciones pensadas bajo los fundamentos del dibujo, pero sobre todo del dibujo expandido y sus manifestaciones hacia lo arquitectónico, dibujo como registro entre otros. En esta tercera edición los artistas presentan un cuerpo de trabajo que pone en la mirilla el gesto humano como estandarte primordial para dinamitar alusiones a lo representacional.

La muestra que incluye fotografía, escultura, video, risografía y dibujo cuenta con la participación de: Angel Borroto, Angel Ralphael Vázquez Concepción, Erika Rodríguez, Roberto Márquez-Jorge, Jason Mena, Emanuel Torres-Pérez y Fernando Colón-González.

Este proyecto es posible gracias a el apoyo del programa Maniobra del Centro de Economía Creativa y Mellon Foundation.

802 Ave. Roberto H. Todd

You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows
Curated by Raul Zamudio
March 25 - April 22, 2023
Opens March 25, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Opening Reception: March 25, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
The Empty Circle
Brooklyn, NY

Eduardo Cervantes
Alexis de Chaunac
Laura Elkins
Karen Eliot
Shahram Entekhabi
Noël Hennelly
Paul Loughney
Jason Mena
Eugenio Merino & Indecline
Lindsey Nobel
Ghazeleh Seidabadi
Sari Tervaniemi
Etienne Warneck

Proyectos Raul Zamudio and Empty Circle are pleased to present You Don’t Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows. If the title of this exhibition seems familiar, it may be because one, two or numerous reasons. Originally, the phrase appears as part of the lyrics of Bob Dylan’s famous song Subterranean Homesick Blues. And the other source is equally as famous or in this case infamous: it inspired the moniker of the American, left-wing, armed guerilla group known as the Weather Underground.

The organization was an off shoot of the Students for a Democratic Society that were political activists in the 1960s, and then a handful of its members decided to take their ideologies to their logical, violent conclusion culminating in the destruction of a Greenwich Village townhouse due to explosive manufacture, and the robbery of an armored truck and the deaths of three of its personnel.

This international, mixed-media group exhibition is no paean to the Weather Underground; but takes the original source that became a social and political barometer of the 1960s and transposes it to the 2023 global landscape rife with its own social and political turmoil. The artworks exhibited address a myriad of issues that at first sight may seem personal, but as the ‘60s adage goes, the personal can be political. Other works more directly interrogate our current milieu by exploring the topical, while other works address our contemporary quagmire through history. While the artworks can be appreciated through their individual narrativity, in unison the truly act like a social weather report in alerting us to the disasters that await us if we not collectively act to avoid them.

QiPO Fair 2023
From February 9 to 12
Edificio Dondé
Mexico City

Participating with Proyectos Raul Zamudio in "Perros Falderos de Guerra", a curated exhibition for Qipo Art Fair.


Terry Berkowitz
Eduardo Cervantes
Alexis De Chaunac
Jeanette Doyle
Shahram Entekhabi
Noël Hennelly
Ivalyo Hristov
Enrique Ježik
Ferran Martin
Emma McCagg
Eugenio Merino
Jason Mena
Dominik Podsiadly
Jarek Potok
Celia Eslamieh Shomal
Tommie Soro
Alvaro Verduzco
Sari Tervaniemi

QiPO Fair 2023 will take place February 9 to 12 at Edificio Donde, a newly constructed building in Mexico City’s Historic Center, a short walk from the biggest events happening during Art Fair Week.

Unlike most fairs, QiPO Fair focuses on artist-run initiatives, and we invite artist-run spaces, art collectives, alternative spaces, and smaller project spaces to showcase their work. With exhibitors from Bogota, Los Angeles, Montreal, New York, Tokyo, Chihuahua, Monterrey, Tijuana, y Mexico City, this year's edition promises to be the most diverse and strongest to date.

QiPO Fair will be situated within a 3-minute walking distance from Material Art Fair and Salon Acme, along with a host of gallery openings and pop-up exhibitions in the general vicinity.

The QiPO collective is a project of Fulcrum Arts’ Emerge fiscal sponsorship program.

QiPO Fair is a collaboration between QiPO, CICLO Arte Para Todos, Fulcrum Arts, and our main sponsor Reurubano.


Bienal Tlatelolca (CDMX)
Cacttus (L.A.)
Claudia Huiza Presents (L.A.)
Durden and Ray (Los Ángeles)
eitoeiko (Tokyo)
Espacio MADRE (Monterrey, NL)
Galería Unión (CDMX)
Plataforma ArtBase (Montreal)
Proyectos Raul Zamudio (NYC)
Punto Magnolia (CDMX)
Rainartstudio (Chihuahua)
Sala de Espera (Tijuana)
Sin Nos Pagan Boys (Bogotá)
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles (TSALA)

Zona Maco 2023
From February 8 to 12
Centro Banamex
Mexico City

REM Project booth EJ60 in the EJES section curated by Direlia Lazo.

Spencer Tunk
Jason Mena
Mónica Parada
Franzman Espino
Eliza Matthew