Batesby Romero, Mexican artist to showcase his work ‘When time broke’ In this Mexico City Museum, A collection of 20 plastic works that compare migration from Mexico and Central America with exodus from Ukraine.
Romero insisted, “We all found ourselves with a clock that had broken hands and I think that continues to break down and move forward with the way we relate to each other and the world.” face problems, it will have long-term consequences.”
The collection is divided into four rooms: Migration, Human Trafficking, Consequences of Epidemics and Indigenous Iconography; Works exhibited in various countries in Europe, the United States and South America, as well as in various states of the Mexican Republic.
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the artist has more than 20 years work On the theme of migration, it displays four pieces made of old wooden footwear with which it has crossed the borders of Texas, Ciudad Juárez, El Paso and San Diego.
He revealed that visitors will get a reflection on the pandemic and the exodus from Ukraine, which represents the most vulnerable populations that are girls, boys and women.
Betsabi has over 100 individual exhibitions in Mexico, such as the Palace of Fine Arts, the capital’s Zocalo, as well as international venues such as The British Museum, Nevada Museum of Art, Neuberger Museum.
‘When Time Broke’ by Betsabi Romero at the Museum of Mexico City