Abandoned house in Downtown Merida becomes an art center for the youth

(Photo: Yucatan a la mano)

Merida Yucatan, (December 23, 2021).- Incidencias MX, is a meeting of young art that takes place in an abandoned house, and has the objective of exhibiting both visual and multimedia artistic works of various Yucatecan and international exponents.

“This idea was born from the collaboration between 2 artists who live in the region, the founders are the international artist Miru Kim from Korea and Alfonso Garrido, founder of Tulúm Art Club. It all started when Alfonso visited the beautiful house that will soon become the “Hotel Casa Escondida” located at Calle 60 No. 335 between 37 and 39, Col. Centro, formerly known as Casa Rivas, when he left the place he spoke to Miru Kim to tell him about the wonderful space and the availability that they offered to do some artistic event before becoming a hotel, it was there that ideas began to turn, inviting the artist Alejandro Gamboa to select the local artists and together with Miru they curated the event, taking charge of the direction of the works and thus starting this great project ”, informed representatives of this artistic collective.

According to what has been reported, the mission of this space is to offer an exhibition to all visual artists, performance, and musicians so that they have a forum and can express themselves.

“The first edition of this art meeting was held with the collaboration of more than 20 artists presenting more than 5 performance acts during the inauguration that took place from December 8 to 12 with a large number of visitors who admired the place and the various art spaces that were presented at the Casa Escondida. “

Due to the success of the event, the exhibition was extended until January 15 in order to receive more visitors and generate artistic collaborations.

The visits are guided by the artists and have a cost of $ 100.00, you can make appointments at cell: 9991594819 and schedule through the page incidencias.mx, the house is open every day from 5:00 to 9:00 pm.



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