PROYECTOSMONCLOVA was established in 2005 in Mexico City as an experimental platform for emerging artists. Expanding and consolidating its program over the years the gallery has evolved into one of the most important forums for contemporary art in Mexico, emphasizing on the dialogue between local and international artists from different generations.

In 2012 the gallery moved to a newly designed location in Colonia Roma, which offers 2 exhibition spaces and a fully equipped video room for large-scale cinematographic projections thus offering their artists architectonic diversity and a platform of various formats. PROYECTOSMONCLOVA stages 6 to 10 exhibitions per year as well as a public program with talks, screenings and performances to enrich its discursive potential.


Colima 55 Roma Norte
Mexico City 06700
+52 (55) 5525 9715
+52 (55) 4754 3546




Food for Thought

May 04, 2017

June 10, 2017

Raúl Ortega Ayala

Concept and Painting

March 23, 2017

April 29, 2017

Robert C. Morgan

PROYECTOSMONCLOVA is pleased to announce the first individual exhibition of internationally renowned art critic, artist, writer, art historian, and lecturer, Robert C. Morgan (1947, USA) in Latin America.

An authoritative critic and intellectual of the New York contemporary art scene, for fifty years Morgan has maintained a dedicated studio practice in parallel to his writing. His work has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art (1976) and has been included in exhibitions by seminal curators including Lucy Lippard at Printed Matter (1984) and Helene Winer at Artists Space (1977).

The exhibition, Robert C. Morgan: Concept and Painting, will offer a historical overview of pieces made throughout Morgan’s career. Selected works include drawings, paintings, and photographic documentation of performances from the 1960’s to today.

Since 1970, Morgan has devoted his focus to testing the limits of abstraction to explore the potential for geometric form to suggest space and depth within a picture plane. His architectonic approach utilizes a deliberately restrained scale and a limited color pallet to enhance the viewer’s awareness of the interplay between compositional elements as well as the sense of space suggested by the reflection vs. absorption of light by his canvas’s pigments. 

Morgan holds an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1975), and a Ph.D. in contemporary art history and aesthetics from the School of Education, New York University (1978). Dr. Morgan lives in New York, where he lectures at the School of Visual Arts and Pratt Institute. He is Professor Emeritus in Art History from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and, since 2011, a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in Salzburg.