Bio

From an aesthetic of photography and moving towards drawing and installation, his work focuses on framing and compositions that seek to reflect on the relationship between the moment and its representation: the register, its methods, and above all, the lost moment trapped in image form. His work creates fabricated and intervened landscapes where absence is visible since it is made up of images that seem unfinished because they are only a trace, trace, or memory. As if throwing himself into the strangeness of the ghostly, his work is nothing more than a spectrum in which the spectacle of absence is contemplated.

Jorge Rosano Gamboa (Mexico, 1984) is a visual artist who lives and works in Mexico City. He graduated from La Esmeralda National School of Painting, Sculpture, and Engraving (2011). He is currently doing his Master’s in Art Criticism and Production at SOMA. Among his solo exhibitions are Impermanencia, MUCA Roma, Mexico City, Caducifolios, Galería Breve, Mexico City (2013), and Paisa-Mex, Laboratorio de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City (2006). Among his group exhibitions are Nuestro Barrio, Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin, Dark Cartographies, Efrain Lopez Gallery, Chicago (2016), and Blessed, Chalton Gallery, London.

Work

Escultura_10, 2018

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Escultura_12, 2018

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Escultura_13, 2018

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¿No estás tú bajo mi sombra y resguardo?, 2019

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