Diffraction. (noun. \di-?frak-sh?n\) 1. Deviation of light when touching the edge of an opaque body.
Patricia Conde Galería joins the art forum preceded by the acclaimed fair Zona MACO, presenting an interesting exhibition. Diffraction is a group show that focuses on color photography in large formats not only as an aesthetic resource but also as a relevant reflection towards photographic possibilities.
Being the only gallery in Mexico dedicated to the promotion, evaluation and dissemination of contemporary photography, Patricia Conde Galería explores in each of its exhibits the aesthetic range that this medium can accomplish.
In this occasion, the gallery features five Mexican photographers and two foreign guest artists, all of them who excel in their work despite its thematic distances. They agree in presenting work where the chromatic force is the heart of the showcase.
Artists: Ana Casas, Daniela Edburg, Julia Krahn, Federico Gama, José Antonio Martínez, Francisco Mata and César Ordóñez.