Et al. presents
April 14 - May 5, 2018
A weekend inauguration for Condo Mexico City will be held Saturday, April 14 from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 15 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Mérida 241, Roma Nte., 06700
Very rare opportunity to acquire from a large collection of:
DRAWINGS POSTERS CERAMICS BLOWN GLASS OBJECTS STARFISH CRINOIDS FOSSIL BAMBOO BONES KEYS LIGHTS COLLECTORS POTTERY RAKU FOSSIL WOOD SINK PETROGLYPHS (COPIES) WEAVINGS HOPI INDIAN NAVAJO RUG ART BOOKS WINGED VICTORY WESTERN ART COWBOY ART FEATHERS STATUES GODDESS SEAHORSE TURTLES DRIFTWOOD ART SIGNS BODY SCULPTURES CROSSES BUTTERFLY'S NAUTILUS FU DOGS STANDS LIGHTING BI-DISKS ANTLERS MERMAID TARA BUDDHA GANESH QUAN YIN GARDEN ART FOUNTAINS PEDESTALS OBELISKS SPEARS STALACTITES PENGUIN SNAKE SKULLS BIRDS INSECTS STONE CARVINGS OF: BEARS WALRUS RHINO ELEPHANT HORSE DOLPHIN KOALAS GIRAFFE FROG PARROT ETC SLABS DOUBLE TERMINATED CRYSTALS ROUGH GEMS RINGS PENDANTS NECKLACES CUTTING STONE CASTS DORGON GILE PHOTOGRAPHY SOCIETY OF SIX EARLY CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE GREEK THAI BALI FRENCH ITALIAN AFRICAN CRYSTALS FOSSILS JEWELRY RARE COLLECTABLES LAPIS PYRITE AGATE GEODES FLUORITE TURQUOISE AMETHYST SMOKEY QUARTZ OCEAN JASPER AQUAMARINE TOURMALINE SELENITE BLACK & GREEN JADE CHALCOPYRITE CITRINE AMBER TIGER EYE AZURITE MALACHITE BRONZE SCULPTURE WAVES WOOD CARVINGS WHALE BONE AMMONITES MAUSAZAUR SHELLS CALCITE RED & WHITE CORAL BEADS SHELLS PETRIFIED WOOD WOOLLY MAMMOTH BONES & TEETH CRYSACHOLA ORTHOCERAS BONES SEPTARIAN SHARK TEETH CONCH SPINY OYSTER BEADS & SHELLS SLEEPING BEAUTY ONYX ANTLERS INSECTS SULPHUR PEARLS SILVER DINOSAUR PLANTS TREES BRANCHES LEAVES FERN TRACKS FISH MALACHITE DANBURITE INCLUSIONS ALLIGATOR SKULL DOGTOOTH CALCITE FOSSIL PALM CATS EYE PICTURE JASPER ARTIFACTS CARVINGS SCULPTURE ANATOMY ART TRILOBITES SAND DOLLARS GALENA GASTROPODS DESERT ROSE AGGREGATES VOLCANIC SEDIMENTARY ROSE QUARTZ BEADS DISPLAYS SPHERES WAVES BRONZE SCULPTURE STONE & WOOD CARVINGS ANTIQUES FOSSIL PINE-CONES - NO ELEPHANT IVORY OR ANYTHING ILLEGAL
Matt Borruso lives and works in San Francisco. Solo shows include Lottery at Black Ball Projects, Brooklyn; Wax House of Wax and The Hermit's Revenge Fantasy at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, Return to Holy Mountainat [2nd floor projects], and Scanners, a collaboration with Nick Hoff at the Mina Dresden Gallery. His work has been included in exhibitions at the Manhattan Cultural Council, Derek Eller, and Anna Kustera in New York; the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; the Headlands Center for the Arts; Exile Projects in Berlin, and Et al., San Francisco.
Anthony Discenza is an interdisciplinary artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Discenza’s solo and collaborative work has been presented in the US at Et al, San Francisco; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, Ballroom Marfa; and internationally at OCAT, Shanghai; V-A-C Foundation, Venice; Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart; Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp; and The Australian Center for the Moving Image. Discenza was in the 2000 Whitney Biennial.
Katelyn Eichwald lives and works in Chicago. She earned an MFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco (2012) and a BFA from University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana (2009). Her most recent exhibitions include a 2-person show, Katelyn Eichwald & Peter Shear, at Alter Space in San Francisco and two group shows, Domestic Tranquility at Zero Zero LA in Los Angeles and Mother Popcorn at Big Medium in Austin.
Koak (b. 1981) is an artist living and working in San Francisco, California. She has received her MFA in Comics at California College of the Arts and her BFA from their Individualized Program. Select exhibitions include American Medium (NYC), NADA Miami (with Et al., San Francisco), Untitled Miami (Walden Gallery, Buenos Aires), Laura Bartlett Gallery (London), Alter Space (San Francisco), BBQLA (Los Angeles), Holiday Forever (Jackson Hole), 100% Gallery (San Francisco). Her work has been published in Revs Magazine, Vault Magazine, Cultured Magazine, It’s Nice That, Vice, and Oberon.
Lily Ludlow (b 1970) has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at CANADA (NY), Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago), and Hauser & Wirth (NY). She has been featured in numerous articles such as 'Art in Review; Devendra Banhart, Lily Ludlow, Elena Pankova' written by Holland Cotter for New York Times in 2004 and ‘Lily Ludlow: Interviews’ by Phil Grauer in The Journal. Ludlow also exhibits under the moniker Somnus, a fashion duo started with Marcella Mullins around 2005. She lives and works in Portchester, NY.
Aurie Ramirez’s sophisticated, delicately rendered watercolor and ink compositions create an ever-expanding fantasy world where fragments of 18th century dandyism, neo-Victorian decorum, psychedelia, Venetian masquerade, Glam Rock sex and Punk fetishism are repeated and transformed. Aurie’s work has been inspired by her interest in the Addams Family, and the rock band Kiss. Most recently Aurie has exhibited her work in shows at White Columns and Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles, ABCD in Paris, and Collection l’Art Brut, Lausanne.
Dennis Witkin (b.1992, New York) lives and works in Queens, NY. Recent exhibitions include Menschenretter Almanac at Holiday Forever, 40 Pest Street at Alyssa Davis Gallery, New England’s Dark Day at Hotel Art Pavilion, 2021 at Sydney, and 1:The Hesitant Dramaturge at Sardine. Witkin is co-director of Kimberly-Klark in Queens.