MEXICO CITY, 1984
Jorge Rosano Gamboa's work comes from photographic thought and in recent years his work has sought new ways of reflecting on the relationship between the moment and its representation: the ritual of creating an image, its register, its methods and above all, the moment. trapped in picture form. His work creates manufactured and intervened spaces where absence becomes visible, since they are made up of images that seem suspended because they are only a trace, trace or memory. As if throwing himself into the strangeness of the ghostly, his work is nothing more than a spectrum where the spectacle of absence is contemplated, where the image and the ghosts are one and the same.
Jorge Rosano Gamboa is a visual artist who lives and works in Mexico City. He graduated from La Esmeralda (2011), he completed a postgraduate degree at SOMA. His solo exhibitions include Impermanencia, MUCA Roma, Ciudad de México (2013), Ominus, 1919 Gallery, Berlin (2016), Pentimento, Galería Breve, Ciudad de México (2017), LANDLORDS, Filet Space, London (2018), U, Casa Equis, CDMX (2020). Among his group exhibitions are Nuestro Barrio, Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin, Dark Cartographies, Efraín López Gallery, Chicago (2016) and Blessed, Chalton Gallery, London (2016). He has participated in trade shows in Mexico, Korea and Lima. He has been part of the selection of the Photography Biennial on two occasions (2016 and 2018) and has participated in several residencies such as Casa Wabi (2019) and Neurotitan in Berlin (2016).