Marcos Castro – Obrera Centro

Marcos Castro (Mexico, 1981) uses in his work symbolic elements found in myths, local histories as well as images of nature and history that serve to generate possible future events as well as the generation of new identities. His work transits between different media such as installation, sculpture, painting, video, but drawings are always the starting point in his creative process. Castro has made several individual exhibitions including: Necessary Objects in the Dot Fiftyone Miami Gallery, Future Ruins, in the Luis Adelantado Gallery Mexico City, Black Storms, the Clauselito Museum in Mexico City, Bestial Number in the Ex Museum Teresa Arte present, Solve Et Coagula in the Eco Museum, among others.

Between his collective exhibitions they are: Study of Stroke, Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City, Panoramic, Palace of Beautiful Arts, Mexico D.F .; Mystical Route- MARCO Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey, History of A- Puebla Mexico, Museo Amparo.He has twice been awarded the Young Creators FONCA scholarship. He has participated in different artistic residences such as Art OMI in New York, Skowhegan in Maine, and 18th Street art center in Los Angeles, among others.

Obrera Centro is a space that seeks to generate and disseminate cultural projects from the meeting, presentation and feedback of production processes. With the conviction that it is in the instance of encounter between different disciplines where there is the most fertile creative dialogue, our search is to interweave visual arts, music, design, theater, education, cinema and gastronomy, looking for the edges between these disciplines to be diluted , and give way to renovating and constructive experiences. Obrera Centro has dedicated itself to building a community of friends, in which they are the ones who fill the project with content and proposals. Obrera Centro works as a hostel for projects, among them are: the Herrateca, the just tool, mantra, artists' assembly, slow-dance, open rehearsal, cocktail parties, ping pong tournaments, project lodge, among others.



Calle 13 #25, Col. San Pedro de los Pinos, 03800 Ciudad de México