|SOLO EXHIBITIONS (Selection)|
Principle of Uncertainty. Museum of Modern Art. Mexico City.
- Metropolitan Cultural Center (METRO). Tampico, Tamps., Mexico.
Cores. Mexican Embassy. Berlin, Germany.
Vertigos. Landucci Gallery. Mexico City, Mexico.
Cores. Museum of Visual Arts. Galati, Rumania.
- House of the Americas. Bucarest, Rumania.
- Miejski Osrodek Kultury. Olsztyn, Poland.
- Artus Palace. Gdansk, Poland.
Dissolutions. Littman Gallery. Portland State University. Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
- Kirkland Art Center. Seattle, U.S.A.
Mexico Space. Montreal, Canada.
- ESECA. UNAM. Ottawa, Canada.
Cores. Lumbreras Gallery. Bilbao, Spain.
White Fire. Banff Arts Centre. Alberta, Canada.
Shoot! Museum of Contemporary Art. Aguascalientes, Mexico.
-Landucci Gallery. Mexico City.
Shoot! Metropolitan Gallery. UAM. Mexico City.
The Body of Color. Traveling exhibit for Northern Europe.
- Hafnarborg Institute of Culture and Fine Arts. Iceland.
- Ryvarden Gallery. Sveio, Norway.
- Bank of Ireland, Exhibition Centre. Dublin, Ireland.
Drawings on Amate Paper. Hornid Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland.
Return to Iceland. Hakim Gallery. Mexico City.
Infatuated by Icelandic Nature. Portid Gallery, Hafnarfjordur, Iceland.
Imprudent Habits. San Angel Cultural Center. Mexico City.
You Were Made out of Wheat. Expositum Gallery. Mexico City.
The Other, Paintings. El Juglar Gallery. Mexico City.
Hermits National Strike. Large Format Drawings. Casa del Lago, UNAM. Mexico City.
The Return, Drawings. Asturian Center Gallery. Mexico City.
|GROUP EXHIBITIONS (Selection)|
XI Tamayo Biennale. First Price. Tamayo Museum. Mexico City.
- Museum of Contemporary Art. Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico.
A XXI Century Collection. Foreign Ministry. Museum of Modern Art. Mexico.
Omnilife National Competition. Guadalajara, Jal. Mexico.
II National Biennial Alfredo Zalce. Contemporary Art Museum of Morelia, México.
Earth. Scattered Identities. University Museum of Science and Arts. UNAM. Mexico.
Group Show. Bancomer Cultural Foundation. Mexico City.
II National Salon of Visual Arts. Bi-dimensional Section. National Arts Center. Mexico.
III Art Salon. Bancomer Center. Traveling Exhibition to different cities of Mexico.
Immaculata Art Show. Immaculata. PA.. U.S.A.
Group Show. Sande Webster Gallery. Philadelphia, U.S.A.
Group Show. Gallery Borg. Reykjavik, Iceland.
Group Show. Gallery at the Delaware Art Museum. U.S.A.
Chimera. XXIII Cervantino International Festival. Guanajuato, Mexico.
VII Rufino Tamayo Bienal. MOCA, Oaxaca and Tamayo Museum, Mexico City.
IX Iberian-American Biennial. Palacio de Bellas Artes Museum. Mexico City.
Permanent Collection. Presidential Official Residence, Los Pinos. Mexico, City.
Group Show. Lopez Quiroga Gallery. Mexico City.
500th Anniversary of the Discovery of America. Visual Arts Center. Hong Kong, China.
The Apparition of the Invisible. Museum of Modern Art. Mexico City.
Seven Contemporary Artists Observe Van Gogh. Santo Domingo Cultural Center. Mexico, City.
National Painting Competition. National Institute of Fine Arts. Mexico City.
Art on Paper. International Biennial Competition. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
VI National Young Artists Competition. National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico.
IV National Young Artist Competition. National Institute of Fine Arts. Aguascalientes and Mexico City.
26º International Cultural Festival. CONACULTA-FONCA. (invitation). Assilah, Morocco.
Acquisition Price. XI Tamayo Biennale. Tamayo Foundation, INBA, MACO. Mexico.
Award: National System of Artistic Creators FONCA. (National Fund for Culture and Arts). Mexico.
Award: National Competition Program for Artistic Residencies Mexico-Canada. Organized by FONCA, Mexico, and the Banff Arts Centre, Canada.
Award: National Competition Program for Project Funding and Cultural Joint Investment. Visual Arts Section. FONCA.
Financial Support by the Mexican Foreign Ministry and FONCA for the Traveling Exhibition for Northern Europe The Body of Color.
1996 and 1994
Selected as Guest Foreign Artist by the Straumur Artists Commune. Hafnarfjordur, Iceland.
Work selected for the Permanent Collection of the Presidential Official Residency, Los Pinos. Mexico City.