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Framer Framed

Jean Medina

Jean Medina (Mexico) is a freelance cultural worker currently based in Amsterdam. He works for Framer Framed as exhibition and public programme coordinator.

He holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) and a MA in Museum Studies from the Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA).

In 2014 he opened and co-curated the ephemeral art space Terminal 205 (MX) in Cholula, Mexico. The project, developed alongside Fátima Ramos was dedicated to exhibiting the work of emerging artists, with a focus on spatial interventions and time-based media, with a restricted duration of 205 days. Additionally, Jean worked at the Museo Internacional del Barroco (MX) during its launch year, and has been involved in diverse projects ranging from hosting an arts & culture radio show to self-publishing cosmogonical zines.


Printing session: Oscar Muñoz’ 'Narcisos'
In the context of exhibition HERE/NOW.
Printing sessions Pentagonal Icositetrahedron
During the course of the exhibition there will be several printing sessions where new prints are produced and added to the exhibition.