Campeche is a contemporary art gallery in Mexico City, founded in 2020 by Fátima González and Alejandro Jassan. Campeche is located on the first floor of the 1951 Art Deco Kin Pech building in the historic Roma Sur neighborhood, and was renovated by Mexican architecture firm oioioi.
Previous to Campeche, Fátima was a Sales Associate at kurimanzutto, Mexico City, where she developed strong relationships with Mexican and international artists, curators, collectors and institutions. She has been a faculty member of the Art Department at Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City. Other work experience includes Rirkrit Tiravanija Studio, and Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, New York. She holds a BA in Communications from Universidad Iberoamericana, and a MA in Critical Theory and Art from School of Visual Arts (SVA), New York. She currently resides in Mexico City.
Alejandro is a curator and critic. He has worked at internationally renowned galleries, including Lehmann Maupin and Alexander Gray Associates, where he has managed curatorial activities, public relations, publications program, etc. An independent critic since 2012, his reviews, essays, profiles and interviews have appeared regularly in Elle, Quien, The Wild, and The Coastal Post. Other work experience includes Spring/Break Art Show, Fiore Art Advisory and The Water Tank Project, New York. He holds a BA in Graphic Design from Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, and a MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York. He currently resides in New York City.