Octavio Moctezuma (México, D.F., 1957) At thirteen he took painting classes with Carlos Orozco Romero.
Octavio Moctezuma (México, D.F., 1957) At thirteen he took painting classes with Carlos Orozco Romero. For more than three years he was an assistant in the murals of the Miguel Lerdo de Tejada Library. He has a master’s degree in visual arts with a specialty in painting from UNAM. He has held 29 individual exhibitions, among which are: The Triumph of Reason in the Museo del Chopo, The last part of the night and other labyrinths in Zona, Tetragramas in the cultural center of Querétaro Gómez Morín and the Power of representation in the Aztecas Hall. His work has been presented in more than 70 national and international biennials and group exhibitions such as the Yucatan Biennial of Visual Arts, Rufino Size Biennial, Alfredo Zalce Biennial, Monterrey FEMSA Biennial, Kunstverein zu Frechen International Triennial of Graphics, etc. of his career his pictorial work has gone through several stages and periods.