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She was born and raised in Mexico City. For more than 20 years she has done painting and drawing but, above all, she is recognized for the great technical and thematic quality of her graphic artwork
She was born and raised in Mexico City. For more than 20 years she has done painting and drawing but, above all, she is recognized for the great technical and thematic quality of her graphic artwork. Her academic training includes the La Esmeralda National School of Painting and Sculpture and the Molino de Santo Domingo Engraving Workshop. She has specialized in Japanese graphics under the tutelage of prominent teachers: Keisei Kobayashi, Tatsuma Watanabe and Kuniko Satake.
She has twice won the Art Creators Scholarship from the National Endowment for Culture and the Arts, as well as the Engraving Scholarship from the Banff Center for the Arts in Calgary, Canada. Her artistic work and career have been recognized with various awards, scholarships and mentions in Mexico, Yugoslavia, the United States and Canada, among which are: Prize of Engraving 2013, International Biennial of Engraving “José Guadalupe Posadas”, Aguascalientes, Mexico, First and Second Prize for Engraving, Youth Hall, Mexico, Honorable Mention, Biennial of Drawing, Rijeka, Yugoslavia, Honorable Mention, Biennial of Graphic Arts Latin American, Contemporary Museum of Hispanic Art, New York.
She has participated in 55 biennials and / or triennials in Mexico, the United States, Colombia, Venezuela, India, Puerto Rico, Yugoslavia, Norway, Bulgaria, Cuba, Brazil, Spain, Japan, Canada, Poland and France. Her work can be found in 26 museums, universities and cultural institutions in Mexico, Colombia, Bulgaria, the United States, Puerto Rico and Japan such as the Museum of Modern Art of Mexico, The Bank of Mexico, The International Committee of Tosa-Washi, Japan, the Metropolitan Museum Art Center and Nach I, Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art Hispanic Art of New York. She has made more than 100 individual exhibitions in Mexico, Colombia, Panama and the Algeria; Her current work consists of research on traditional Japanese techniques mixed with alternative engraving techniques, resulting in atypical print pieces that have been exhibited in her exhibitions Corporal Cartographies and Elipse. Similarly, she has participated in more than 400 group exhibitions in Mexico, Colombia, the Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Yugoslavia, France, Brazil, the United States, Japan, Finland, Norway, Germany and Portugal.