UNTITLED, ART San Francisco,. Jan 17,18,19, 2020
    Fabiola Menchelli & Rodrigo Valenzuela

    UNTITLED, ART is an international, curated art fair founded in 2012 that focuses on curatorial balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art. UNTITLED, ART innovates the standard fair model by selecting a curatorial team to identify and curate a selection of galleries, artist-run exhibition spaces, and non-profit institutions and organizations, in dialogue with an architecturally designed venue. The next edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco will take place January 17 – 19, 2020 at Pier 35, 1454 The Embarcadero.

    Untitled San Francisco 2020

    A collaborative exhibition by Daniela Libertad, Fabiola Menchelli, & Leslie Moody Castro.
    Opening Saturday, November 16th, 2019, 12:00 – 15:00 h.

    Fundación MARSO
    Berlín 37, Colonia Juárez, Ciudad de México, CDMX

    November 2019 – January 2020
    Tue – Thu: 10:00 – 18:00 h.
    Fri – Sat: 11:00 – 15:00 h.

    MARSO presents A grain in the eye of the mountain, a collaborative exhibition by Daniela Libertad, Fabiola Menchelli, and Leslie Moody Castro. Comprised of completely new bodies of work based on a series of conversations between the three over the course of many months, the exhibition plays with medium, form, and space in a site-specific context.


    Fabiola Menchelli 
    Curated by Paola Jasso

    Fundación Casa Wabi
    Dr Atl 62, Colonia Santa María la Ribera
    Ciudad de México, México

    September to January 2020
    Monday to Fridays 10:00 to 17:00 hrs.
    Saturdays & Sundays 10:00 to 15:00 hrs.

    Fundación Casa Wabi is pleased to present the last exhibition of the 2019 exhibition cycle at Casa Santa Maríala Rivera. Fabiola Menchelli closes this season with an exhibition that talks about the cycles, the rotation of the stars, and the way we measure the passage of time, observing the light.

    One of the most interesting approaches of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity is that in the vicinity of a sufficiently massive astral body, the path of light can be bent by gravitational force. Apparent variations in the position of distant stars can be observed when they pass near a star or mass, effectively doubling the light. In La Curvatura de la Luz, Fabiola Menchelli’s work shapes form through multiple exposures, thus intervening space and reality.


    Ramiro Chavez, Alejandra Venegas, Yeni Mao & Fabiola Menchelli

    Galeria de Arte Mexicano Sala: GAM
    Gobernador Rafael Rebollar #43, San Miguel Chapultepec, CDMX, México
    September 2019 to January 2020
    Monday to Thursday 10:30 to 18:00 hrs.
    Fridays 10:30 to 15:00 hrs.

    The exhibition Luego la Forma, this fall at Galería de Arte Mexicano, elucidates on a process native to the plastic arts, the conjuring of the empirical from the intangible. The show weaves together the practices of Ramiro Chaves, Yeni Mao, Fabiola Menchelli, and Alejandra Venegas. The practices tease out drawings, paintings, sculptures or photos from the gooey transitional space between source and realization.

    This show is about process as expression, a physicality birthed from an impression, the form shaped from an ethereal whiff. The works decipher the way in which form is made. These practices are each an elucidation, a paraphrase, a decoding.


    Blain Southern Gallery
    London, UK
    Curated by Alberto Ríos de la Rosa & Bosco Sodi
    January 30 – March 23 2019



    This Must Be The Place – Selected works from the JP Morgan Chase Art Collection from the 19th century to the present

    November, 2018
    Grand Palais at Paris Photo, Paris, FRA

    Marking their eighth year as the official partner of Paris Photo, J.P. Morgan Private Bank is proud to return and exhibit significant works from the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection. This Must Be The Place features iconic photographs, as well as recent acquisitions. Curated by Director and Chief Curator Dr. Charlotte Eyerman, the exhibition reflects the Collection’s diversity — from pioneering early photography to contemporary explorations of new media.

    Working in a broad range of photographic techniques, styles and media across 150 years of international photographic history, featured artists include: Diane Arbus, Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Eugène Atget, Kwame Brathwaite, Peter Campus, Louis Cameron, William Eggleston, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Louise Lawler, Vera Lutter, Lisette Model, Richard Prince and Hiroshi Sugimoto.

    J.P. Morgan Official Partner,jp_morgan_chase_art_collection__this_must_be_the_place.htm


    Ana Elena Garuz / Veronica Lehner / Fabiola Menchelli
    Curated by Daniel Garza Usabiaga
    Jaus Gallery
    Featuring: Marcela Aliseda, Anibal Catalan, Fabiola Menchelli, Abdul Mazid, Anaeis Ohanian and Luciano Perra
    September 29th, 2018 until October 28, 2018
    Los Angeles, California


    A Room Is Made Up Of Other Spaces

    PROXYCO is pleased to present A Room is Made Up of Other Spaces, an exhibition with works by Ana Elena Garuz, Veronica Lehner, and Fabiola Menchelli, and curated by Daniel Garza Usabiaga. The work of these artists constantly addresses the notion of space or engages with specific spatial situations for their production and presentation. Although working in different media – installation, painting, sculpture or photography – they privilege non-figurative and constructivist solutions and share, among other things, an interest in color and other pictorial concerns that can be tied to the legacy of monochrome painting and geometric abstraction. For this exhibition, they actively participated in different ways in its articulation and final arrangement. Having the architecture of PROXYCO as the starting point, the presence of their artworks creates a complex spatial scene and establishes a new set of situational relations.

    Lehner’s work, produced for this exhibition, takes as its departing point the architecture of the gallery. One section of the window’s façade seems to unfold toward the inside through a solution that gathers architectonic, sculptural and pictorial concerns. Ana Elena Garuz’s wall pieces highlights the presence of a constructive material and explores it as a plastic surface. Her work presents a study in line and materiality, and its relation with architecture, by alluding to the presence of a quotidian object: blue tape. Through multiple exposures and different constructivist solutions, Menchelli creates abstract compositions that seek to trace, translate, balance and expand the space within the frame in a simple gesture. As such, these interventions refuse to conceptualize space as a passive receptacle. Instead, their works deal with its transformation. It is space as a moment of change, a passage from one configuration to another.

    -Daniel Garza Usabiaga

  • Bajo el Sol Azul

    Fabiola Menchelli
    Bajo el Sol Azul
    07.OCT – 16.DEC 2017
    Friday November 10th, 7 – 10 pm

    Melchor Ocampo 154,
    San Rafael, 06470
    Ciudad de México, CDMX
    +52 (55) 5256-5533 |

    Bajo el Sol Azul presents a series of new cyanotypes created during Menchelli’s 2015 residency at Casa Wabi in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, in 2015, and then developed at the University of Cincinnati, where Menchelli was a Visiting Artist from 2016-17.

    Menchelli’s practice is fundamentally a photographic one but constantly pushes the limits of photography, creating unexpected dialogues with other artistic disciplines. Bajo el Sol Azul reveals the poetics of observation and the subtle revolution that occurs through profound contemplation.

    These new cyanotypes take the Japanese architect Tadao Ando’s observatory at Casa Wabi and translate its organic curves into luminous exposures of blue, reconnecting the concrete structure to the sky it was designed to observe.