Biography of Alejandro Arango

Mexican painter, born in the city of Mexico in 1950. During the period from 1960 to 1972 he studied advertising and fine arts at the La Esmeralda national school. His first individual exhibition was setting the French Alliance of the city of Mexico in 1974.

His work has crossed important galleries and cultural institutions in the city of Mexico, United States and Europe.

Stands out among its exhibits, the tribute to Henri Matisse at the Museo Rufino Tamayo and PS-1, in the city of New York alternative space.

His painting is a spectacular view and clear preferences for particular themes that have consistency or spiritual affinity with the affection.

He has participated in over 30 group exhibitions, including the biennial of São Paulo (Brazil), in 1985; Memento Mori, in the Cultural Centre art contemporary, Mexico (Distrito Fed
eral); Rooted Visions: Mexican Art Today in New York, in 1988; and recently in contemporary artists of Mexico, at the Fisher Gallery in Los Angeles (California).