Pablo Goebel Fine Arts , Stand n° 

N/A - Rosa Rolanda

Rosa Rolanda N/A

La petite mort - Francis Alÿs

Francis Alÿs La petite mort

Juanito y sus amigos - Antonio Berni

Antonio Berni Juanito y sus amigos

Balero - Daniel Lezama

Daniel Lezama Balero

Dos personajes con lupa - Leonora Carrington

Leonora Carrington Dos personajes con lupa

Casa Ocho (Estudio) - Fernando De Szyszlo

Fernando De Szyszlo Casa Ocho (Estudio)

Lo que el viento a Juárez - Francisco  Toledo

Francisco Toledo Lo que el viento a Juárez

Lo que el viento a Juárez - Francisco  Toledo

Francisco Toledo Lo que el viento a Juárez

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Dr. Lakra

    Biography : Jerónimo López Ramírez, better known as Dr. Lakra, is a Mexican artist who mainly works with painting, drawing, sculpture and collage. He often uses already existing materials such as posters or erotic magazines for his drawings. Lakra incorporated historical facts into his works and combines them with contemporary imagenes. Themes that Lakra usually works with include anthropology, ethnography, myths, taboos and fetishes.

  • David Alfaro Siqueiros

    Biography : Siqueiros was one of the three founders of the modern school of Mexican mural painting. He was active as a painter and as Marxist political and artistic activist. Siqueiros is known for his radical approach to art, his new mural techniques make him one of the most influential artists of international muralist movement. He studied art at the San Carlos Academy and went to fight in the army in 1913 during Mexican Revolution. During the Spanish Civil War he commanded brigades for the Republicans. Alfaro Siqueiros later continued his art studies in Europe and returned to Mexico in 1922 where he painted several murals in government buildings.

  • Francis Alÿs  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Francis Alÿs - La petite mort La petite mort

  • Antonio Berni  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Antonio Berni - Juanito y sus amigos Juanito y sus amigos

  • Lilia Carrillo

    Biography : Lilia Carrillo was since her youth familiar and involved with Mexican artists who were active in Mexico City. She started to study art in her teens and became student of the Mexican painter Manuel Rogríguez Lozano. Her early work is figurative, she went to Paris in the 1950s, it was there when she got influenced by Cubism, Surrealism, Expressionism and Abstraction. Carrillo worked in the tradition of Rupture movement during the 1950s and 1960s.

  • Leonora Carrington  (+)

    Biography : Carrington was a Surrealist émigré artist, originally from England. She came from a rich family, which she escaped early in her life. Leonora fell in love with German Surrealist artist Max Ernst and became friends with the European Surrealist circle including André Breton. Content wise Carrington’s work is highly influenced by magic, alchemy, and Irish myths and stories that she knew from her youth in England. She came to Mexico in 1942, there she got her first solo show organized by GAM in 1950. In Mexico Carrington became close friends with Remedios Varo and Kati Horna, they all lived in the same neighborhood of Colonia Roma.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Leonora Carrington - Dos personajes con lupa Dos personajes con lupa

    Also represented by:

  • Pedro Coronel

    Biography : Pedro Coronel studied painting and sculpture in Mexico. He went to Paris in the 1940s where he followed artistic lessons by Constantin Brancusi, which would influence his future work. His oeuvre can be characterized by the use of simplified and abstract forms and the colors in his works represent pre-Hispanic and primitive art. Coronel's works have been exhibited in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States.

  • Francisco Corzas

    Biography : Francisco Corzas was born in Mexico. He started studying art at the School of Painting and Sculpture "La Esmeralda" in Mexico during the 1950s. In 1956 Corzas travelled to Europe, he visited Rome in Italy where he followed courses on fresco painting. Corzas returned to Mexico in the 1960s, it was then when he received several prices for his work. After his return to Mexico he would further travel back and forth to Italy.

  • Miguel Covarrubias

    Biography : Covarrubias was a cosmopolitan artist whose work is difficult to be categorized under one movement. There are characteristics of ethnography and anthropology retractable in his extensive oeuvre that he produced all over the world; his travels included New York, Paris, Germany, Japan, China and Bali. In 1927, by age of 24 he published “Negro Drawings” where he captured the culture of black Harlem with depictions of the jazz, blues and Charleston scene in New York. Covarrubias’s work was never limited to the ideals of the Mexican muralist movement, he had a scope that literally crossed borders of artistic movements and the world. Because of his spontaneous way of working on location, drawing was a very important medium for him. The directness of drawing offered him the opportunity to catch the scene’s of the New York nightlife in the heat of the moment.

  • Fernando de Szyszlo  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Fernando De Szyszlo - Casa Ocho (Estudio) Casa Ocho (Estudio)

    Also represented by:

  • Hugo Gallegos

  • Mathias Goeritz

    Biography : Goeritz came from a Jewish, German background and was active as a painter, sculptor and architect. He often combined these three disciplines in his works. Goeritz studied art in Berlin, after his study he travelled to Morocco and Spain. He finally left Europe and arrived with his wife in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1949. Goeritz was influenced by German expressionism, Minimalism and Dada. After the death of his wife, he created a series of works titled Messages, consisting of paintings of golden colors through which he tried to reach his wife on a spiritual level.

  • Kati Horna

    Biography : Kati Horna was a photographer whose work can be characterized by the Surreal. Horna was interested in left wing politics, she lived several years in Paris, and moved to Spain to depict the Spanish Civil War. Horna moved to Mexico during the end of the 1930s where she got in contact with the Surrealist European émigré artists who were forced to leave Europe because of the Second World War. Horna was highly inspired by Mexican culture, she would stay to work and live in Mexico until her death.

  • Daniel Lezama  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Daniel Lezama - Balero Balero

  • Leo Matiz

  • Roberto Matta  (+)

    Biography : Roberto Matta is today seen as one of the most important artists from Chile on an international level. During his life as an artist he travelled to the United States and Europe where he got in touch with the Surrealists from Paris and the Abstract Expressionists in New York. These movements have inspired Matta in his future works, which is visible in his expressionist use of color, biomorphic shapes and Surrealist motifs.

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  • Juan O'Gorman

    Biography : Juan O'Gorman was an artist of Irish descent, born in Mexico. He was active as a painter and architect and highly influenced by Le Corbusier (functionalism). His paintings are characterized by the presiceness of the construction of buildings and landscapes because of his architectural background. O'Gorman studied architecture at the San Carlos academy & UNAM in Mexico City. He decorated the UNAM building in Mexico City and designed Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s house and studio in the San Ángel neighborhood in the South of Mexico City.

  • Alice Rahon

    Biography : Alice Rahon was born in France where she was active as a poet. Rahon came in contact with the Surrealists in Paris which influenced her poetry. She moved to Mexico during the 1930s, there she developed her work and started painting. She got involved with the European émigré artists in Mexico City and participated to the Surrealist magazine DYN with her poetry and paintings, which was produced in Mexico City during this time.

  • Ivan Rickenmann

    Biography : Rickenmann is a Colombian painter and draftsman born in Bogota, 1965 who studied fine arts in L’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs from 1987 to 1991 in Paris. In 1993 he returned to his hometown where he currently resides and works as a drawing and painting professor in the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and the Universidad de los Andes. In his oeuvre, Rickenmann seeks to rescue the character, personality, and the strength of banal objects and the environment. Even though his drawings are a stark reminder of urban spaces, Rickenmann also exhibits an interest in the natural landscape. His drawings are beautiful and discreet—meticulously detailed. They transport us to another place and encourage us to live in the moment. While his work is not trying to be photorealistic nor hyper-realistic, the spaces and objects are re-created and have a presence that, in a way, gives them life. There is certainly a type realism in his drawings, but it responds to the personality of the objects, to their presence, and to their aesthetic.

  • Diego Rivera

    Biography : Diego Rivera is known as one of the three founders of the modern school of Mexican mural painting (together with David Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco). He is often seen as emblematic for the artistic scene in Mexico because of his use of Mexican motifs and the depiction of the Mexican population and traditions. Yet Rivera also travelled to Paris where he got in touch with Pablo Picasso and the Surrealists. Rivera collaborated with André Breton for the Surrealist magazine Minotaure for which he designed a cover. Rivera further travelled to the United States and had a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York during the 1930s.

  • Rosa Rolanda  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Rosa Rolanda - N/A N/A

  • Francisco Toledo  (+)

    Biography : Born in Oaxaca, Toledo is of the most famous Mexican artists who is still alive and producing art works. He is active as a painter, sculptor, drawer and ceramist. Toledo studied art in Mexico City and travelled to Europe; Rome, Paris, and to the United States. Toledo was in Paris during the 1960s where he got influenced by European styles. Even though other cultures have inspired his work, Mexican culture always shows to be his most important source of inspiration.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Francisco  Toledo - Lo que el viento a Juárez Lo que el viento a Juárez
    • Francisco  Toledo - Lo que el viento a Juárez Lo que el viento a Juárez

  • Remedios Varo

    Biography : Remedios Varo, born in Spain but later working in Mexico, is mainly known for her individual detailed style of oil painting and drawing. Varo was fascinated by the Surrealists and joined their meetings in Paris. While she was impressed and influenced by the Parisian Surrealists she later developed her own individual style of painting in Mexico, together with one of het best friends Leonora Carrington. Varo drew inspiration from Renaissance paintings, myths, and the magical.

  • Boris Viskin

    Biography : Born in Mexico City, 1960. Viskin lived his youth in Israel (Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Kibbutz Galed), and later lived three years in Florence, Italy, where he began his pictorial career. In 1985 he returned to Mexico City and joined for two years the engraving and lithography workshops of the Academy of San Carlos. He has exhibited individually since 1984 in Mexico (Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Zacatecas), as well as abroad (Los Angeles, United States, Zurich, Switzerland, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Florence, Italy and Jerusalem).

  • Alfonso Zárate

    Biography : Zárate was born in Mexico City in 1976 and later received a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from the National School of Fine Arts UNAM. His work is recognized for its stark social and anthropological qualities that contextualize an ongoing field research of marginality from which Zárate acquires his materials and artifacts. His works are created from these mediums that force us to reflect on the real stories of a specific community in Mexico City. As an artistic proposal and methodology, the artist works and lives in the streets of the neighborhoods of Tepito and Colonia Guerrero, where he observes his surroundings, speaks with women, children, and men who are survivors of these streets—individuals who are at the edge of the complex social chain: outlaws, beggars, bandits, hitmen, drug dealers, addicts, alcoholics, hookers. These marginalized figures confide in him their stories and experiences.


Latinamerican Masters


Pablo Goebel Fine Arts w: Founded:  2001 Danielle Goebel Paul Goebel