Fabiola Iza

  • Lake Verea

    Conceived as a long-term inquiry into some of the most highly regarded housing projects in the history of modern architecture, “Paparazza Moderna” is an ongoing photographic archive initiated in 2011 by Lake Verea, an entity composed of the artists Francisca Rivero-Lake Cortina and Carla Verea Hernández. This exhibition, “Paparazza Moderna. Chapter II: Richard Neutra and Rudolf Schindler in California,” focused on images of five houses built in California in the 1930s by the Austrian-born architects Richard J. Neutra and Rudolf M. Schindler.

    Lake Verea produced the photographs—displayed here

  • “Archivo(s) Centro SCOP”

    What happens to cultural heritage in the aftermath of disaster? The exhibition “Archivo(s) Centro SCOP” reflected on the matter by using the building that houses Mexico City’s Centro Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas (Center for the Ministry of Communications and Public Works), or SCOP, as a case study. Completed in 1954, the edifice became a landmark in Mexican modernism, embodying an idea of public art as entailing the integration of large-scale murals and sculptures into large building complexes dedicated to public service. Gathering documentary material, recent works from five