Ghost Mountain presents a group of paintings whose common denominator is a careful reflection on the genre of landscape. The main characters of these works are volcanos, mountains, hillsides of changing colors, translucent surfaces, bamboo forests, and people that at times seem to inhabit those places. In this series developed by Agustín González (1978, Mexico City) from personal experiences of natural immersion in Chile, Japan, and Mexico, romantic monumental landscapes are not considered as pictorial motifs. The artist privileges and transforms, according to his own vision, details of summits or the geological constitution of particular rocks.
Monday – Friday 10am – 3pm / 4pm – 7pm
Saturday 11am – 2pm
Closed on national and local holidays.
Colonia Roma, 06700
Ciudad de México