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"Lo que ves tiene sentido porque puede conducir a los que no ves": Luis Felipe Ortega.

https://elpais.com/america/sociedad/art-now/2022-05-23/lo-que-ves-tiene-sentido-porque-puede-conducir-a-lo-que-no-ves-luis-felipe-ortega.html
23 DE MAYO 2022

Note published by El País about his artistic practice.

Film series in the framework of the exhibition ...y luego se tornará resquicio

Museo Amparo, Puebla.
Sábados del 21 de mayo al 11 de junio.

Film series in the framework of the exhibition ...y luego se tornará resquicio, a selection made by Luis Felipe Ortega.

Free admission, limited seats.

E logo se tornará resquício de um presente tomado abruptamente

Museo Amparo social networks
February 10th, 2022

Presentation of the virtual piece commissioned by the Museo Amparo

The idea of obstacle and difficulty in the work of Luis Felipe Ortega

Museo Amparo's social networks
March 31, 2022

Talk between Magali Lara and Luis Felipe Ortega about the exhibition ...y luego se tornará resquicio.

Charla inaugural: ... y luego se tornará resquicio

Museo Amparo, Puebla
05 febrero 2022

Charla entre Luis Felipe Ortega y Daniel Montero a propósito de la inauguración de ... y luego se tornará resquicio en el Museo Amparo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv00hLgZr94

Entre perro y lobo (segundo movimiento)

Roma norte, Mexico City
February 7th, 2022

Exhibition of the work of Luis Felipe Ortega, Adrián White and Iván Trueta; curated by Michel Blancsubé

Entre perro y lobo

Coyoacán, Mexico City
November 27th, 2021

Exhibition of the work of Luis Felipe Ortega, Adrián White and Iván Trueta, curated by Michel Blancsubé

Incorporation to the Freijo Gallery's roster.

Madrid, España.
December 2020

Luis Felipe Ortega has joined Freijo Gallery's roster.


Presentation of the book "Tepalcate"

11 de Diciembre, 2020

Virtual presentation of the book "Tepalcate" by Lissette Jiménez Díaz, through the Manuel Álvarez Bravo Photographic Center.

IG Live in the Experimental Museum El Eco

December 11th, 2020

"A propósito del borde de las cosas" was a site-specific project for the "emotional architecture" of the Experimental Museum El Eco, carried out in 2017 by Luis Felipe Ortega. In this proposal, different ways of dissecting the edges of such a singular building were placed, in order to escape even more from its possible perspectives to create different situations within the site, thus achieving "horizons" that led the visitor to be an accomplice in his journey through the architectural singularities of the site.

David Miranda talked with Luis Felipe Ortega about everything related to this and other related projects.