Updated: Oct 15, 2019
EL JIMADOR TEQUILA PRESENTS
June 13 – July 15, 2018
At the Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts
of the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles
Soccer, for a long time and nowadays more than ever, is a sport that can be found in almost everything we see, read and hear. For many soccer represents a way of life, a factor of identity or a passion that gives meaning to their everyday life. For children and adults is a playful illusion that has been materialized in endless of objects and materials whose collection and study is fundamental to understand a part of what we have been and what we are.
This summer, the Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts is proud to present Goles y Pasiones (Goals and Passions), an exhibition that brings together unique pieces of major football collections from Mexico; but mainly it is a sincere tribute to the characters that have given meaning to our devotion to this sport: the players.
The show also includes video footage and emblematic photographs of celebrations at the Angel of Independence in Mexico City along the piece “Inguesu” by Enrico Chapela, based on the final game of the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup, when Mexico won over Brazil at the Estadio Azteca.
The passion and the footprint left by football in the hearts of all, has been an inspiration for the most talented, and it was essential to include in the show works of artists who have created the art pieces inspired in soccer, so Goles y Pasiones will count artworks by Demián Flores, Conrad Ruiz, Macos Ramirez Erre and a collection of balls designed by Francisco Toledo, Guillermo Olguin, George Mead Moore and Castro Leñero.
During the month the CCCM will co-host with the Soccer Film Fest from CDMX the following films:
*Doors open at 6:30 PM
*Screening starts promptly at 7:00 PM
June 14: Ilusion Nacional – Olallo Rubio
June 21: Rudo y Cursi – Carlos Cuaron
June 28: Atlético San Pancho – Gustavo Loza
July 5: Club Frontera – Chris Cashman
Before each film we will have the shortfilms: El balón de oro, México; Lila, Argentina; Gol de oro, Colombia; For export, Uruguay.
Goles y Pasiones will be open to the public from June 13 to July 15 at the CCCM, 2401 W 6st. Los Angeles, CA 90057. For more information please contact the Department of Cultural Affairs at the email firstname.lastname@example.org / (213) 351-6824.
As someday someone said, "In life there are three loves: the fatherland, the family and soccer".
This exhibition is possible thanks to the support of: