Maximino JAVIER


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Born: 1948, Valle Nacional, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Education: Do your studies at the School of Fine Arts of Oaxaca; Later, he was a founding member of the Rufino Tamayo Workshop in that city.

Awards: He received the 1983 Acquisition Award at the 1st Ibero-American Engraving Biennial, Montevideo; prize in the Third Triennial World Prints Council 1979. And his work was chosen, among 4129, to be exhibited, with another 150 works, in the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, California.

Shows: Since 1978, he has made multiple exhibitions, among which those carried out in the Gallery of the French Institute of Latin America, Rubicon Gallery, Los Altos, Cal. at the Klein and the Arts Workshop Gallery, in Chicago. In the Museum of Modern Art of San Francisco, Grand Palais, in the Museum of French Monuments and in the Art Gallery, Aldaba center, Madrid.

Collections: Continental Bank, Chicago, Phillip Morris Corp., New York; Mexican Museum, San Francisco, Cal .; Museum of Art, University of Iowa; National Bank of Mexico, Mexico City; Byer Art Museum, Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art, Montevideo; and Ben Nordemann Collection, New York.