Without Restraint. Works by Mexican Women Artists from the Daros Latinamerica Collection

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Challenging the traditional roles assigned to women within Mexican society, for the first time

works of the following contemporary Mexican women artists are being exhibited together in

Switzerland: Teresa Serrano (*1936), Ximena Cuevas (*1963), Betsabeé Romero (*1963),

Teresa Margolles (*1963), Claudia Fernández (*1965), Melanie Smith (*1965), and Maruch

Sántiz Gómez (*1975). Their photos, videos, objects and installations, all of which are on loan

from the Daros Latinamerica Collection (Zurich), cast a subversive light on the dominant

hierarchies of power and the different manifestations of national identity in Mexico.

Kunstmuseum Bern
Hodlerstrasse 12
3000 Bern
Switzerland
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Without Restraint. Works by Mexican Women Artists from the Daros Latinamerica Collection Kunstmuseum Bern Main address: Kunstmuseum Bern Hodlerstrasse 12 3000 Bern, Switzerland Kunstmuseum Bern Hodlerstrasse 12 3000 Bern, Switzerland Challenging the traditional roles assigned to women within Mexican society, for the first time

works of the following contemporary Mexican women artists are being exhibited together in

Switzerland: Teresa Serrano (*1936), Ximena Cuevas (*1963), Betsabeé Romero (*1963),

Teresa Margolles (*1963), Claudia Fernández (*1965), Melanie Smith (*1965), and Maruch

Sántiz Gómez (*1975). Their photos, videos, objects and installations, all of which are on loan

from the Daros Latinamerica Collection (Zurich), cast a subversive light on the dominant

hierarchies of power and the different manifestations of national identity in Mexico.
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