Débora Delmar

Débora Delmar’s work investigates the effects of globalization on everyday life in relation to consumer culture and society. She is particularly focused on the societal consequences, such as issues of class, cultural hegemony and gentrification. This is born from the omnipresent influence of the United States in Mexico, and in the wider world. Her work examines the contextual value of goods, analyzing their production, distribution, consumption and disposal.

A solo exhibition Delmar's work, LIBERTY, is taking place at the Museo Jumex, Mexico City in 2024.






  • Liberty Roses (Red Roses)

    Débora Delmar

  • Liberty Roses (Blue Roses)

    Débora Delmar


  • Magnus Frederik Clausen, Débora Delmar, Laurent Dupont

    February 15 – March 31, 2024

    Super Super Markt, Brunnenstr. 22, Berlin


Débora Delmar (b. 1986 in Mexico City, Mexico) lives and works in London, UK.


She studied at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, and graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 2011.


Selected solo and duo exhibitions include LLANO, Mexico City (2023); Disneyland Paris, Perth (2023); Gallleriapiù, Bologna (2022); Shedhalle, Zürich (2021); Interface Gallery, Oakland (2020); Wolfson College, Cambridge (2019); Royal Academy of Arts, London (2018 with Sung Tieu); Soft Opening, London (2018); Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (2015); and Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City (2014).

Delmar’s work has been included in group exhibitions at Super Super Markt, Berlin (2024); Zeller Van Almsick, Vienna (2024); anonymous gallery, New York (2023); OLHÃO, São Paulo (2021); Bienal Femsa, Michoacán (2020); Harlesden High Street, London (2019); 9th Berlin Biennial, Berlin (2016); Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2015); and Biennial of the Americas, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver (2015).

Selected press


In the studio: Débora Delmar
Super Super Markt, 2024


Conversation with Débora Delmar
Figure Figure, Issue 66, 2023

Débora Delmar at LLANO
Artforum, Gaby Cepeda, 2023


Débora Delmar at GALLLERIAPIU
Mousse Magazine, 2019