Naomi Rincón Gallardo (1979)

Visual artist living and working between Mexico City and Oaxaca. From a decolonial-cuir perspective, her research-driven critical-mythical dreamlike worldmakings address the creation of counter-worlds in neocolonial settings. In her work she integrates her interests in theater games, popular music, Mesoamerican cosmologies, speculative fiction, vernacular festivities and crafts, decolonial feminisms and queer of color critique. She completed the PhD in Practice Program at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Recent shows and performative screenings include: Tzitzimime Trilogy, la Casa Encendida Madrid (2023). 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia (2022). 34th Bienal de São Paulo (2021). A Trilogy of Caves, 2020 (Solo Show) Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca. May your thunder break the sky, 2020 (Solo Show) Kunstraum Innsbruck, 11 Berlin Biennale, 2020. Heavy Blood, 2019, (Solo Show) Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City. En Cuatro Patas, 2018, (Performative Screening) Pacific Standard Time. L.A.L.A. The Broad Museum, Los Ángeles. FEMSA Biennial. We have Never beenContemporary, 2018, Zacatecas. The Formaldehyde Trip, 2017 (Performative screening) Performance in Progress. SF MOMA, San Francisco CA.