#MEXICO CITY

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03:29

Meth Math - Trenzas (feat. Daniela Lalita)

Cámaras: Escali Futura Club (marzenit + terkita) Ropa de: Macalo, La yummy gummy Edición: Ángel

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03:11

Juanpalitoschinos - Cuando me amabas

Dirigido por Alberto HV Interpretado por Juanpalitoschinos

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03:48

BRATTY - La Última Vez

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Sofia Tormenta | MAFF Artist Spotlight

Sofia Tormenta is an Argentinian artist based in CDMX. Sofia brings a punk rock spirit to all of her art. Playing across multiple disciplines- illustration, paint and performance, Tormenta works effortlessly at the relationship between black and white.

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art

11:17

GX1000: VIVA MÉXICO

Wheels rattle down the vibrant hills of CDMX as Jeff, Mason, Zack, Nile and company burn bearings while Sean Greene shocks the world.

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music

03:34

Juanpalitoschinos - Me Hago Mal

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05:07

Ana Montiel | INITIATION

OMR presents INITIATION, a 3 stage evolutionary exhibition by Ana Montiel as her first solo show with the gallery. An extensive overlaying of pigments covers the gallery’s exhibition space like an expansive wave that irradiates from the artworks of this project. This clear imprint of the work that Ana Montiel (Spain, 1981) has been realizing over the past few weeks, beyond accentuating the immersive character of her painting style, turns the viewer into a witness of her exhaustive production process. With this gesture, the artist’s habitual hermeticism she tends to work with from her studio is vulnerated, raising a series of underlying topics in her work that have not yet been posted in such an open manner. The project is divided into 3 stages, each lasting one month: Departure, Limbo, and Transfiguration. The three distinct phases allude to Joseph Campbell’s hero myth: The hero departs toward a new adventure, its initiation, and finally, the hero’s return to their village as a transformed being and the conflict this entails. This archetypical structure is shared in multiple cultures’ narratives and seized by Montiel to explore her own journey. An initiatory journey tangled with deep thresholds and existential questions. The search for the sublime merges with a partial understanding of psychedelics, botanical studies, sexuality, the cosmos, science, shamanism, paganism, love, or nostalgia for a nomadic past. The artist works on the idea of myth under a Jungian tradition: as a psychic phenomenon that reveals the soul’s nature. INITIATION reminds us that we are in continuous transformation, praising and magnifying it through the use of symbols and perceptual stimuli. It helps us question what we know and to stop denying other kinds of wisdom. To open ourselves up to other possibilities of being without acting condescendingly toward what we do not understand, what we do not want to see or are terrified to accept. In a perpetual search, Ana Montiel will continue working in OMR’s exhibition space throughout the 3 stages, fading all traces of their beginning or end. In constant recalibration, mimicking the Earth’s magnetic poles. The artist visualizes her journey through a misty walk as a circular river, which its grooves generously widen at each turn.

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01:18

Nayeli De Alba | MAFF Artist Spotlight

Nayeli De Alba is one of the most sought-after stylists and creative directors in Mexico, her country of origin. De Alba seeks to reconfigure notions about beauty, coolness, or what is desirable when creating a style. Her greatest inspiration comes from the streets and urban wear, motivating her to play with images and shapes which ultimately sparks a counterculture of her own. Outside of styling, Nayeli is the founder of the fashion brand, NDA Belts and More, as well as The Warehouse Rental CDMX, which enables local creatives to have access to the worlds hottest brands.

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music

03:10

Caloncho, Bomba Estéreo - Regalo

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music

03:37

Juanpalitoschinos - Una Vez Más

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Melissa Santamaría | MAFF Artist Spotlight

The Mexico City born creative, Melissa Santamaría draws colors variations from nature and translates them into dynamic artworks for the likes of Flying Lotus, Sufjan Stevens, Hiatus Kaiyote, and more. Melissa doesn’t shy away from revealing her processes, because ultimately, she wants to connect with her audience and allow a visual portal into music, her mind, and her artwork. We’re forever inspired by her soul and craft. Camera Assistant: Luz Andrea

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00:33

BARBARA SANCHEZ

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