Ricardo Rendón Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1970

Ricardo Rendón (Mexico City, Mexico, 1970) uses various types of materials such as felt, plaster and cement to deal with themes such as the dematerialization of objects, mixing industrial and artisanal procedures. His three-dimensional works also discuss spatial issues of the abstract sculptural practice in contemporary art. 


His works are part of collections such as Bank of America (New York, USA); CIFO Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (Miami, USA); Fondation Daniel Langlois, (Quebec; Canada) Museu de Arte Moderno (Mexico City); The JUMEX Collection (Mexico City), Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo. 


Main solo exhibits: Memória Possível, Zipper Galeria, São Paulo, Brasil (2016), Bosque Desnudo. Museo de Arte Moderno MAM, Mexico City (2013), Hacia una arquitectura posible. Central Art Projects, Mexico City (2011). Main collective exhibits: Everyday reflection in abstraction, Space Collection, Irvine, USA (2016), Visual Rhythm, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado, USA (2012).