Bio

Santa Inés Ahuatempan, Puebla, Mexico, 1984. Artist, teacher and independent curator. Degree in Design and Arts from “Escuela Libre de Diseño y Artes”, Puebla, México (2004-2009), Certificate in Critical Theory from “17 institute of critical studies” Cdmx, Mexico (2013-20014).

He was a beneficiary of the "Young Creators" program granted by the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) 2018-2019, beneficiary of the “BBVA- Carillo Gil Art Museum” Program (2018-2020), and the Jumex Contemporary Art Foundation’s 2020, Research Sponsorship Program.

 

He has been selected in "NOMADE Bienal Latinoamericana", Guayaquil, Ecuador(2020) “The national biennial of emerging art” Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico (2017); the II, and III “National Biennial of Landscape”, Sonora, Mexico (2017, 2019); “Pulso: Art of the Americas”, Michigan, USA (2013); “The copy, the copy, the copy, ”MAAC Guayaquil, Ecuador (2016); “The XXXI National Meeting of Young Art”, Aguascalientes, Mexico (2011);”FEMSA IX, National Biennial” Monterrey, Mexico (2009); “On The Road Video Festival Washington” D.C, USA (2007), and with Método Salgari Collective in Latin American Carthographies (BOZAR), Brussels, Belgium (2017).

 

He has participated in more than 50 exhibitions between collectives and individuals, in Latin America, United States of North America and Europe. He has been invited to give various talks, seminars and conferences in “17 Institute of critical studies”, Cdmx, México (2014), “Amparo Museum” (2017), “UPAEP Museum” (2017), “Capilla del Arte” (2015) Puebla, México; “Centro Nacional de Arte Museo Reina Sofia”, Madrid, España (2019); Guest lecturer at the "Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla", Faculty of Law and Social Sciences (2018). He was a founding member of "La Pajarera", a space for the experimentation, discussion, and production of contemporary art (2012-2013), and currently directs the project "Chasen Thajni: la casa de todos", a community space in the Mixteca of the state of Puebla in Mexico.