Pictures at an Exhibition

Iñaki Bonillas at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Installation view of “Iñaki Bonillas: Ya no, todavía no,” 2018, kurimanzutto, Mexico City.

FERNANDO MONTIEL KLINT AND GERARDO MONTIEL KLINT, 2018/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND KURIMANZUTTO, MEXICO CITY, NEW YORK

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.

Today’s show: “Iñaki Bonillas: Ya no, todavía no” is on view at Kurimanzutto in Mexico City through Thursday, October 18. The title of this solo exhibition, the Mexico City–based artist’s first with the gallery, translates to “No Longer, Not Yet” and takes its name from a 1946 text by Hannah Arendt about “the existence of a no man’s land—an empty space—where things from the past don’t disappear but continue to exist in a placeless and timeless state,” according to press materials for the show.

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