Mexico City’s “Art February” kicks off in 2024 with three big fairs in three top venues. Over the past 15 years, they’ve consolidated into some of the most internationally prestigious events in the world. While these events draw artists, galleries, and enthusiasts from all over that same world, part of the reason they’re so successful is because of Mexico City’s always vibrant art scene. (See more below.)
For complete programming from GAMA, Galerías de Arte Mexicanas Asociadas,
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Salón ACME | General Prim #30, Col. Juárez
Salón ACME in its tenth edition presents a main exhibition of a wide diversity of artists in all disciplines and presenting all kinds of themes. Each year’s presentation is curated by a national or international curator with the objective of presenting a speciﬁc artistic panorama.
The Salón is made up of Mexican and and international programs. There’s also a section dedicated to publishers, independent artist spaces and residency programs. There’s also a program of talks and roundtable discussions dedicated to each section.
section of Salón ACME.
The BADA Art Fair presents 100 established and emerging artists. The artists themselves are on-hand through the weekend to speak with and sell directly to the public.
Originally held in Buenos Aires where BADA has held 10 annual fairs, this is fourth year for the BADA Mexico event. Works of art can be purchased easily and affordably. The fair will see more than 10,000 people pass through the viewing areas and work is included to provide something for every possible taste.
Feria Material | Expo Reforma, Col. Juárez
Feria Material is one of Latin America’s most highly regarded art fairs. With a focus on smaller, independent art dealers and galleries, there’s always a smattering of independent spaces, collectives, and project spaces, too. This year promises two full floors of gallery exhibition spaces and an exciting program of talks, screenings, performances, and activities.
Don’t miss: The complete listing of galleries in Mexico City is here. These are especially highly concentrated in the following neighborhoods: