Adriana Lara often deals with “interesting theories”. Her latest works explore the question of the relation of production and reduction, meaning and significance, function and value, and what and how the essential is legitimized, if less is more.
Adriana Lara, 2014 © Adriana Lara
Adriana Lara, Summer Collection 2011-12 (Slanted Brown), 2011-2012 © Adriana Lara
Adriana Lara is currently artist in residence at 21er Haus. She was born in Mexico City in 1978, where she lives and works. She is a member of “Perros Negros”, a curatorial collective co-founded by her in 2003. She is also editor of the quarterly magazine “Pazmaker” and part of the band “Lasser Moderna”. Her work has been recently shown in the following exhibitions: “Let's Not Jump Into Concrete”, Independenza, Rome (solo, 2014); Marrakech Biennale 5 (2014); Documenta 13, Kassel (2012); “NY-USA”, Algus Greenspon, New York (solo, 2012); “S.S.O.R.”, Kunsthalle Basel (solo, 2012); and “Scryyns and Interesting Theories”, Air de Paris, Paris (solo, 2012).