Lucía MAYA


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Education: In 1971 he began his studies at the School of Plastic Arts of the University of Guadalajara.

Experience: In 1973 he received a scholarship from the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, and a year later traveled to Spain to study for a year at the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. In 1975 he began his lithography courses at the Molino de Santo Domingo, in Mexico City. In 1986 he studied engraving in metal in the workshop of Alejandro Ehremberg, in Naucalpan, State of Mexico. In 1991, she made the itinerant homage-installation Mártires del Paraíso, this work led her to produce her first plastic-musical show Live images: 12 paintings on stage, at the Teatro Doblado, León, Guanajuato. In 2002 he traveled to reside in Denmark and Germany.

Presentations: In 1995 he exhibited "Preludes of insomnia: the phases of Hecate", Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico City; in 1997 he created "Sístole-Diástole" an alternative publishing house, in Mexico City; in 1999 he created the itinerant digital neográfica project entitled Síntesis de la constancia; in the 2000 retrospective exhibition "Relentless Light", galleries of the Ex Convento del Carmen, in Guadalajara, Jalisco. He published the book Relentless Light, and made a show called Luminarias de la sombra. From the initial exhibition Síntesis de la constancia, she projects the new didactic exhibition of itinerant graphic and neográfica, "The reasons of love and of the trade". Exhibits in Sistole-Diastole the series produced in Europe, entitled Passengers of Exile.