Coming up, Dr. Lakra, a member of that now-mythical 1990s Panaderia generation of young Mexican artists, opens his first solo show at the new Kurimanzutto space in Col. San Miguel Chapultepec. The gallery announcement says the artist is preparing a mural-drawing covering 230 squared meters of wall space that will feature images of "African female figures, Hindu deities, Japanese prints, 19th Century scientific, medical, and anthropological illustrations, even porno [...]"
Lakra, whose father is Francisco Toledo, is also a noteworthy tattoo artist.
Kurimanzutto openings are, refreshingly, on Saturday mornings. Icy dark beer tastes better then? * Previously, "Mapping new and future art spaces in Mexico City."
* Image above, via Kurimanzutto.