Spotlight: See What’s New in Mexican Contemporary Art
In celebration of Frida Kahlo’s birthday this week, meet four eye-catching Saatchi Art painters from Mexico. Learn a bit about them below, and be sure to visit our new Spotlight on Mexico collection to discover more contemporary original art worth a look today…
For detailed and emotional modern surrealistic artworks with a human and sometimes humorous edge, look towards Saatchi Art artist Horacio Quiroz, from Mexico City. Quiroz’s work has been featured in more than a dozen shows and exhibitions, including the XVII Bienal Pintura Rufino Tamayo, in 2016. To see more of Horacio’s paintings, visit his portfolio.
Tropical blues and sunny yellows make this geometric abstract painting a perfect choice for a modern beach house or for adding some summery style to a minimal white and wood home. (Image: LANDSCAPE WITH YELLOW TREE, an original painting on plexiglass by Saatchi Art artist Heny Steinberg)
Are you transported by abstract landscapes? Get to know the statement paintings of Monterrey-area artist Thelma Zambrano. Zambrano’s paintings feature a mix of figurative and abstract forms, and are a must-see for modern art lovers who crave vivid color. Visit her portfolio page to see more…
If you really love hyperrealism, feast your eyes on a few works from Monterrey’s Marcela Montemayor. Her pop eye candy is featured in private collections around the world, and was also featured as part of Saatchi Art’s ”In Living Color” Showdown competition in 2013.