Ago Projects

Ago Projects

¡Hola, París! | India Mahdavi invites AGO Projects for a takeover @ Project Room #10

The nascent Mexico City-based gallery, AGO Projects, founded by Rudy Weissenberg and Rodman Primack, has been invited by India Mahdavi to take over her Project Room, a free and open space of expression that India also intended to be a Parisian window for the international design community. After ‘Greetings from Greece’ in September 2022, during which Athens-based Carwan Gallery offered an outlook on the Greek design scene, the Project Room is now taken over by AGO Projects, to showcase a selection of Mexican designers.

From October 17th to November 4th, 2023 over thirty pieces by a handful of designers will be showcased including lighting, vessels, tables, and other decorative objects made of metal, ceramic, and terracotta, representing a wide range of skills supported by the gallery and echoing the spirit of India Mahdavi. Backed by the experience of its founders and its innovative proposition, AGO Projects arrives in the Paris design market during a key moment of the Paris Art Week, just a few steps away from the first edition of Design Miami/ Paris, at the heart of the international, contemporary design scene.


Chamula Hecho a Mano (Mexico) 

Fabien Cappello (Mexico) 

MyungJin Kim (United States) 

Mono Rojo (Mexico) 

MT Objects (Mexico) 

Niños Heroes (Mexico, Spain) 

Pedro & Juana (Mexico) 

Ryan Belli (United States) 

Tony Marsh (United States)