Diego Salvador Rios is presenting solo exhibition Pet Peeve at another Mexico City led of nomadic exhibition space Lock Up International, opening November 21 and running to November 27.
The multi-disciplinary artist will also include two performances as part of the exhibition, which require an appointment.
Directed by Lewis Teague Wright, Lock Up International is a transient curatorial project that hosts artist exhibitions in storage units across the world, with previous locations in London, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Istanbul and Tokyo. Mexico City-based artist Rios will spend a week showing in the unit, followed by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge on November 28 until December 4.
Rios recently presented a series of talks Relecturas al Colonialismo (‘Rereading Colonialism’) (2016) at a Mexico City public library Aeromoto, hosted by Lodos Gallery.
See the Lock Up International website for details.**
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