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Little animals, ash trays
Rometti Costales [see all titles]
Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite [see all titles]
 Rometti Costales Little animals, ash trays
Edited by Juan Canela.
Texts by Quinn Latimer, Yasmil Raymond, Elfi Turpin, Magalí Arriola, Manuel Cirauqui, interview with the artists by Juan Canela.

Graphic design: Studio Manuel Raeder.
published in November 2018
bilingual edition (English / Spanish)
18,5 x 23,5 cm (softcover)
192 pages (color ill.)
ISBN: 978-3-943514-99-5
EAN: 9783943514995
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This catalogue presents an overview of the duo's projects in the last years, unfolding a personal universe bringing forward nature as a space for political expression. It is structured through a conversation between the artists and Juan Canela, including diverse graphic material and several specific extrapolations written by critics and curators.
Published following the eponymous exhibition at the CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, from June 8 to August 8, 2018.
The duo Rometti Costales consists of Julia Rometti (born 1975, Nice, lives and works in Mexico), and Victor Costales (born 1974, Minsk, lives and works in Mexico), of Ecuadorian and Belarusian extraction. They have been working together since 2007. Their work has been the subject of several solo exhibitions including: Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland; La Casa del Lago in Mexico City, Mexico (2014); L'Appartement 22 in Rabat, Morocco; La Central in Bogota, Colombia; Jousse Entreprise gallery in Paris; Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis, United States (2013); Project Room Arte Actual in Quito, Ecuador (2011).They have also presented their work at Proyecto Siqueiros - La Tallera, Cuernavaca, Mexico (2015); in the context of the Cuenca Biennial in Ecuador (2014); at the Frac Nord Pas-de-Calais, at Pilar Corrias Gallery in London, at the SALTS art centre in Basel, at the CRAC Alsace in Altkirch, at Fondation Gulbenkian in Paris (2013), at the Kunsthalle Zürich, at the Qalandiya International Biennial, Jerusalem and Ramallah (2012), at the David Roberts Art Foundation in London, at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (2011); at the 29th São Paulo Biennial and at CAPACETE (2010).