"La Tradición de Todas las Generaciones Muertas" by urban anthropologist, Joaquin Segura.
Joaquin lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico. His action, installation, intervention and photographic work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Mexico, USA, Europe and Asia. Some spaces that have featured his work include Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, La Panaderia and Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo in Mexico City, along with El Museo del Barrio, Anthology Film Archives, White Box and apexart (New York, NY), LA><ART, MoLAA (Los Angeles, CA) Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (Madrid, Spain),
National Center for Contemporary Art (Moscow, Russia), the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Denver, CO. His work has been widely reviewed & featured in local and international art publications & major newspapers such as Flash Art, Adbusters, Art Papers, Código, Art Nexus, Discipline, Celeste & The Washington Post, among many others.
In 2008/09, Segura was an artist-in-residence at the International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York, NY and at the 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA. Between 2012 and 2015, he undertook artistic residencies and research stays at Hangar –Centre de Producció i Recerca d‘Arts Visuals (Barcelona, Spain), MeetFactory – International Center of Contemporary Art (Prague, Czech Republic), Impakt Foundation (Utrecht, Netherlands) and Casa Wabi (Oaxaca, Mexico). He’s a founding member and board advisor of SOMA, Mexico City.