IRAPUATO, GTO. 1951
JAZZAMOART

JAZZAMOART


He studied at the Academy of San Carlos, his work is intimately related to music, particularly to jazz. Inspired by jazz as a musical genre, in 1974 he invented and adopted his current pseudonym of Jazzamoart, reflecting love as a universal value and art as a form of life.

He has presented his work in over 500 exhibits both collective and individual in museums and galleries in Mexico, United States, Canada, Latin America, Western Europe, South Korea and Japan. He has received multiple awards and honorific mentions.

Some of his most important exhibitions:

In 1982 he exhibited at the Tamayo biannual, at the National Salon of Fine Arts he received an honorific mention in painting and he participated with sculpture, in 1988 he exhibit at the Scott Alan Gallery in New York, in 1996 he Exhibited at the Norske Grafikere Gallery in Oslo, Norway and at museums in Kerava, Joenbuv and Rovaniemi in Helsinki, Finland, in 2012 he held an individual exhibit at the Macay Museum and at the Star Gallery in Madrid.

In 2019 he represented Mexico at the Beijing Biannual at the National Museum of Art in China, at the Tamayo Museum and at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, among many others.

As an illustrator and drummer he has worked in various books and musical recordings. He is a member of the National System of Creators of Art of CONACULTA (The National Council for Culture and Arts).

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