Eduardo Terrazas's new exhibition opens at Timothy Taylor, London on 4 September

Read our feature on the Mexican artist, architect, designer and urban planner, from the Jan & Feb 2014 issue

By Gabriela Jauregui

Eduardo Terrazas, Possibilities of a Structure: Cosmos 1.1.44, 1974-2015, wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax, T009935 Eduardo Terrazas, 1.1.135. 2013. Courtesy the artist and Almine Rech, Paris & Brussels. Eduardo Terrazas, Exhibition view, Almine Rech. Courtesy the artist and Almine Rech, Paris & Brussels. Eduardo Terrazas, 1.1.48, 1974-2013 © the artist. Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech Gallery, Paris & Brussels Eduardo Terrazas, 1.1.32, 1974. Courtesy the artist and Almine Rech, Paris & Brussels.

I last saw Eduardo Terrazas in Paris, during his exhibition at Almine Rech Gallery in September 2013. Also present were his son and daughter, both very attractive and in their thirties, along with a gathering of people of mixed ages – a little girl pushing the giant inflatable balloon-ball that marked the entrance, hip youngsters admiring the ‘trippy’ patterns in the artist’s work, elderly couples looking at prices or simply enjoying the bursts of colour inside the white gallery space…

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