“Lorrena Herrera Rashid: Under the Volcano” is on view at Marso Gallery in Mexico city thru Saturday, July 29. The solo exhibition, which is the Morelos-primarily based artist’s first show in Mexico town, takes its name from Malcolm Lowry’s novel of the same that tells “a hallucinating story that takes location in Cuernavaca and whose characters go through a delirious panorama among paradise and hell,” in keeping with a press launch.

Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Almohadón, 2017, concrete and stones.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Apocalipsis now, 2012, brass, wood, and fabric.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Buga, 2017, wood, styrofoam, paper, fabric, and metal.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Cara Dura, 2017, concrete, styrofoam, and stone.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Corona, 2017, newspaper, wood, and metal.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Desaparecida, 2017, newspaper, Kraft paper, metal and fabric.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Espectro, 2017, Kraft paper, metal, glass, and watercolors.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Flaca, 2017, newspaper, Kraft paper, wood, metal, concrete, and tire.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Miss Cuautla, 2017, Kraft paper, polyethylene, and metal.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Princesa, 2017, concrete, sequins, color feathers, and stones.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Principe Azul, 2017, concrete, pigment, color feathers, and stones.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Savings, 2014, wood, aluminum cans, cardboard boxes, and mirror.
Lorrena Herrera Rashid, Tabloides, 2017, newspapers and color.

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