09/19
Saturniidae (Diorama Studies), Totemic Studies II and Exuviae (Diorama Studies) are part of the group show El Castillo de los ladrillos rotos organized by the gallery guadalajara90210. Happening during Gallery Weekend CDMX 2019.

Opening September 7th in Mexico City.


08/19
Untitled (Clay Studies I) made while in residency at Casa Wabi is part of online exhibition at Don’t Take Pictures a New York-based photography magazine.


See the online gallery here.

07/19
Totemic Figure (Offering I) is part of online exhibition curated by Emma Bowkett director of photography at FT Weekend Magazine. The monthly Guest Room hosted by DER GREIF a Munich-based organization for contemporary photography, considers Juan Downey’s quote from ‘The Laughing Alligator’ as the theme for the instalment.

“I discover that I would like to be eaten up by some Indians of the Amazon rainforest, not as a self-sacrifice, at least not consciously, but as a demonstration of the ultimate architecture. To inhabit, to mourn both physically and psychologically within the human being, who would eventually eat me.”





See the online gallery here.

07/19
Untitled (Treefrog), 2018 is featured as photo of the day at VOGUE Italia’s PHOTOVOGUE.



06/19
Here is the note that El Norte newspaper did on Primal Reflex and Más allá del mundo, hay letras current shows on view until Aug 23th at PEANA in Monterrey, MX.

06/19
Come visit my solo show Primal Relfex on view until Aug 23th at PEANA in Monterrey, MX.





06/19
Work from Systema Artificialis got publish in Photobook Vol. 3, the books surveys the best contemporary photographers published by Fisheye Magazine.




06/19
As a conclusion of my month-long residency at SVA Bio Art Lab in New York City fellow residents and me presented a group exhibition titled Sympoiesis.

The School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents a group exhibition highlighting the work of eight artists and scientists, produced at SVA’s Bio Art Lab. Entitled, Sympoiesis, this exhibition speaks to Donna Haraway’s concept of boundaryless systems. Like complex, self-organizing, and collectively produced networks, the works in the exhibition range from video, installation, photography, sculpture, 3D printing, and living matter. Both materials and processes speak through the biological world as a matrix of metaphor. Materials include bacteria, fungi, plant and marine life, fish skins, as well as found artifacts and technologically driven programs.





02/19
Here is the interview that Mural newspaper did to me where I talk about my process and the artist residency I attended in Guadalajara, MX.



01/19
Open Studio for Premaco Guadalajara 2019.



01/19
Untitled (Goldfish) from my series Systema Artificialis is part of Photo-Emphasis group show BREAK A LEG curated by Rebecca Drolen at sUgAR Gallery in the University of Arkansas.


See the online gallery here.
11/18
Get your copy of Cream Magazine’s 35th Edition and check out the feature they made of my career. Images from Systema Artificialis.





10/18
Two of my photographs are part of this great Call for entry in Aint-Bad.


See them here.


09/18
Some of my work is part of Prima Materia a group show at LACASAPARK.


See my work in Artsy here.

09/18
Got invited to be part of the artist residency at Casa Wabi in Puerto Escondido, Mexico.
See more of Casa Wabi here.

09/18
Some work from Systema Artificialis got selected for images of the week in Fisheye Magazine.


Read about them here.

09/18
Great interview in Fisheye Magazine about Systema Artificialis.


Read the full interview here.

08/18
Great interview in Aint-Bad about Systema Artificialis.

Read the full interview here.

08/18
Untitled (Goldfish) from Systema Artificialis got selected as image of the day at Don’t Take Pictures.


See it here.
07/18
Untitled (GPS) shortlisted as a favorite at FotoRoom.
See this image here.

09/17
Untilted (Pintail) is part of online and printed publication NET 2.6: What does natural look like…? by Oranbeg Press.

Download it here.
All images © 2019 Ernesto Solana