Rosendo Vega [ENG]
He establishes an experiential relationship with his painting, he knows that maintaining one of the eldest jobs old of the world means renovation, and his eagerness to experiment plastically has led him to use materials to support his work - zinc sheets in addition to typographical inks, combustion of sheet, varnishes, lacquers, and resins among others as elements to grant the pieces an incomparable personality.
Education and career:
At age 17 he joined the School of Fine Arts of the Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, in 2000 he inaugurated in the city of Oaxaca with a group of colleagues the Workshop 910 - which offers a different vision of art.
He has participated in various w orkshops in institutions such as the Casa de la Cultura Oaxaqueña, Taller Rufino Tamayo, Museum of Contemporary Art of Oaxaca, Santo Domingo Cultural Center, Pottery workshop in Barcelona, Spain, Workshop los alacranes Oaxaca, Workshop Yessray, La C.A.SAA. in San Agustín Oaxaca, among others.
He has taken courses and workshops with teachers like Juan Alcázar, Magali Lara, Nicias Aridjis, Germán Montalvo, Raúl Herrera, Margarite Olivier, Adán Paredes, Jorge González Velázquez, José Pastrana, Javier Cervantes, Aithan Shapira, Josefa García, José Luis Farías, Enrique Samaniego Saenz, Gabriela Rodríguez among others.
Most important exhibitions:
Mar / 2016 “Transmutaciónes Incopóreas ”. Palace Museum of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Dec / 2014 "Metamorph" .- Lebanese Center, Puebla.
Oct / 2010 “AQUARIA” Secrets of the Blue Planet, Temporary Hall of the State Museum of Art Popular Oaxaca, (MEAPO) San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca. Mex.
May / 2004 "Diary of a trip", Museo Casa Juárez. Oaxaca, Oax. Mex.
April / 2017 “A poem for GAIA” .- House of Culture of Santiago Villa de Santiago, Nuevo Leon.
April / 2017 “International Painting Symposium” .- Oaxaca.
Jul / 2015 “SEGMENT 8” Mexico in Hungary, MAMÚ GALLERY, Budapest Hungary.
May / 2012 “Traveler”, private exhibition, Ontario, Canada.
Dec / 2010 Recoleta Gouda Art Gallery, VMW Müchen Motors Santa Fe, Mex. D.F.
“I focus on painting what satisfies me, and that's why I do a lot of research. Each time I confirm that I do not want to fall into what is established by one school or another, my line of creation is characterized by having nothing to do with what other artists do.