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“Painting is my mother tongue, my lifestyle and my passion, that's how it has been since we discovered
ourselves. My work is based on experiences lived in childhood, connecting with that scared and fearful child for
his first move, fearful and scared not by the change, but by the concern that his most precious objects and
people (toys) would suffer some damage in transfer. Hence my desire to wrap to preserve what is most loved, to
wrap with a paper that does not mean anything to a child, newsprint, and which today means something just a
few moments while reading, after this, it is just wrapping paper, its meaning changes, its context is different”.
- University LA SALLE, Campus Cuernavaca Morelos. Architecture.
- Faculty of Fine Arts, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Visual Arts with specialty in Plastic Arts.
“Professionalization of art” (2008), The Folrece Academy of Art, Florence, Italy; "Professionalization of art"
(2005); "Theoretical and technical aspects of painting" (2006); "Drawing of human figure" (2007); all taught by
the teacher Santiago Carbonell (UAQ) in Querétaro, Mexico.
2020 Solo show – September 2020 – (in progress), Toronto, Canada
2020 “Face reality” - David Uessem / Luis Selem, Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich, Germany.
2019 “Los amuletos de Frida”, House of Culture of Mexico in Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
2017 “Mutable persistencia”, Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico.
2016 “Autorretrato”, Santiago Carbonell Foundation / Museum, Queretaro, Mexico
2011 “De lo cotidiano a lo excepcional”, HBO Latinamerica, Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery / Galeria del Sol, Miami Beach. USA
2010 “De lo cotidiano a la excepcional”, Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery. Mexico
“De lo cotidiano a lo excepcional”, Museum of Art in Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico.
“A True Story”, Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico.
2008 “Mitología”, Galería Oscar Román, Mexico City, Mexico.
“Corpus II”, Galería Jardín Borda, Cuernavaca, Morelos, México.
2006 “Adán & Eva”, Galería DRT (Desarrollos Residenciales Turísticos), Queretaro, Mexico.
“Iconografía Católica”, Museum of the City, Queretaro, Mexico.
“Estigma”, Diego Rivera Gallery, PROART, Queretaro, Mexico
“Iconografía Católica”, Museum of the city, Queretaro, Mexico.
Private and public Collections:
His work is found in various public and private collections, including the HBO collection, Miami, USA; Pictorial
heritage of the SAT (Mexican tax administration system); Pictorial heritage of the Autonomous University of
Queretaro; Pictorial heritage of the Museum of Art of Querétaro, Millennium group pictorial heritage, among