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CACTUS AND NOSTALGIA AT EL GANZO

“Mexico celebrates art in an incredible way…” – Scarlett Baily freedom You could hear her footsteps and giggly personality as she walked into the room. We were all waiting for her at the table with Mexican sweet bread and coffee. Scarlett Baily is a Brooklyn based artist currently living in Mexico City. Her art travels…

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Women’s Day Everyday.

I believe Women’s International day as being mostly a-365-days-of-the-year celebration. Because each and everyday, countless women among the globe wake up and hit the floor with cause and intention. We are hard workers, mothers, friends, daughters, neighbors, fighters, peacemakers, colleagues, companions, warriors, bosses, employees, business owners, We are everything a man can be, And we’re…

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Jon Leonardo: No walls at El Ganzo.

Here in America, we don’t give in to our fears. We don’t build up walls to keep people out. – Michelle Obama Meeting Leo reminds us that there are still plenty of good people out there – trying to help voice communal concerns – through their art. And it was quite fitting to have this…

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Here comes la PLAGA… Jimo at EL GANZO.

Jimena Montemayor, also known as Jimo, is a graphic artist and illustrator. She was born in Mexico City but completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Miami in Graphic Design and Visual Journalism and now is currently based in Miami and moving around the world. Jimo is a highly energetic and creative mind and she’s…

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BLANK WALLS, BLANK CANVAS: PEDRO REYES

In case you don’t know Pedro Reyes, he’s someone you should. Our last #ArtistInResidence is one of the most prominent Mexican contemporary artists and we’re proud to now have his work in the house. Pedro Reyes was born in Mexico City in 1972, where he lives and works. When we asked him about his latest…

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