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Nothing is so easy as to be wise after the event.
-Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

“Hindsight 20/20” is the expression used to describe the overall perspective and the process of reflection that is obtained as a result of knowing the outcome of an event. Whether as a matter of mere learning or as a precedent for future scenarios, it is ‘hindsight’ that gives us this unique point of view that comes into existence only once the resolution of an event has arrived. And perhaps that is why it leaves us with an experience that seems somewhat bittersweet, as this knowledge is never free.

On this occasion, Heart Ego transforms within a space that, although new, is built on the experience of more than 30 exhibitions, talks, and events. We leave behind a sea of anecdotes and particular challenges of an artistic space. Exhibitions that involved constant metamorphosis, where the walls shrink or expand with the colors that embrace what is exhibited. Works hung from the ceiling, like clotheslines from the walls, in a carefully planned labyrinth, giant sculptures, enormous stones, or giant grids that transform the entire building into an optical illusion, each challenge involving a team that does not stop in its constant search for innovation.

During this process, we have looked back to rediscover the path we have forged. Our museological language has connected us from the most emotional and personal to the social and political, including a pandemic that changed us all. Our reflection teaches us that this constant search to connect and reflect on ourselves and our environment is essentially what represents us. And in the end, the story we tell has been nothing more than a collective harmony work, among artists, team, and directors, whose work gives life to the walls, guiding a story that finishes being told when we open the doors to our public.

For us, “Hindsight” symbolizes a way to honor the first chapter of our history, both to the artists and the experiences with each of our exhibitions. In the same way, we pave the way for what the following years hold for us in this new space that now welcomes us. And that is why this selection presents us with some familiar faces, which greet us with new light. Artists who have been with us since the beginning, along with those who have recently joined, unite in a thought about the future, which, although a bit uncertain, is invariably hopeful.

We now open the doors looking forward, hoping to count on the wisdom of Hindsight to keep us relevant, in this delicate task of creating bonds between our environment, the voice of those we represent, and who we are.




2020 -Inkjet on aluminum - 202 x 135 cm

CALAIS 18/8/2018 - 20:52

2018 -  Oil on canvas - 123 x 115 cm

CALAIS 27/8/2018 - 13:40

2018 - Oil and canvas - 120 x 128 cm

CALAIS 31/5/2018 - 22:15

2018 - Oil on canvas - 115 x 123 cm

PUERTO PEÑASCO 26/03/2022 7:53

2022 -  Oil and ink jet on Hahnemule paper - 51.50 x 39 cm

MONTERREY 28/03/2022 12:41

2022 -  Oil and ink jet on Hahnemule paper - 51.50 x 39 cm

JALTEPEC 22/03/2022 - 16:49

2018 - Oil on canvas - 51.50 x 39 cm

SONOYTA, SONORA 26/03/2022 9:13

2022 -  Oil and ink jet on Hahnemule paper - 51.50 x 39 cm

TULANCINGO HIDALGO 22/03/2022 15:52

2022 -  Oil and ink jet on Hahnemule paper - 51.50 x 39 cm


2022 - Clay - Multiple measurments


2022 - marble stone - 42.5 x 23.5 x 14 cm 


2022 - marble stone - 42.5 x 20 x 20 cm



2022 - marble stone - 54 x 25 x 18 cm


2022 - marble stone - 42.5 x 23.5 x 14 cm



2022 - onyx stone - 35 x 22 x 18 cm

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