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Marco Rountree

Marco Rountree

Marco Rountree (b.1982, Mexico City) lives and works in Mexico City. A visual artist, he defines his practice as the free experimentation of drawing on any material. Through drawing, collage, painting, sculpture, installation, video, and interventions in the architectural space, Rountree explores the concept of ornament, particularly in the resignification of everyday objects through their manipulation and representation. Marco Rountree has made several solo exhibitions in Mexico and abroad such as “HIPOCAMPO,” Museo Aniversario del Chopo, Mexico City, MX (2020), “Escuela de Ciencias y Artesanías del Volcán Xitle,” Museo Anahuacalli, Mexico City, MX (2019 ), “Untitled,” Museo de Arte Querétaro, Querétaro, MX (2010); group exhibitions: UDEM, Monterrey, MX (2018), PROXYCO, New York, US (2017), Museo de Arte Moderno, CDMX, MX (2012), "2nd Triennial Poligraphic," San Juan, PR (2009), Fundación Jumex , CDMX, MX (2012, 2009, 2008); permanent project: Culiacán Botanical Garden, Sinaloa, MX (since 2011), and he is part of the next XIV Femsa Biennial in Morelia, MX (2020).

"Construyendo Xoloplastics"

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