Pedro TRUEBA


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Born: 1967, Minatitlán, Veracruz, Mexico.

Education: He graduated from the School of Architecture (1994), UNAM.

Experience: From 1995 to 2001, he was Deputy Director of Museum of the National Museum of Anthropology, and from 2002 to 2006, Project Coordinator of the General Direction of Sites and Monuments of Cultural Heritage of CONACULTA.

Awards: First Place in the thesis contest, representing the Faculty of Architecture, in the III International Architecture Exhibition, Valladolid, Spain (1994). On August 9, 2012, he wins First Place among renowned artists, in the contest organized by the transnational company Eurocopter, to carry out the main art work for his new corporate in the city of Querétaro. The 10-meter-high sculpture entitled "The Energy of the Voladores", on January 8, 2013, ends and delivers the sculpture to the company, and opens on February 13, 2013, the Constitutional President of the United Mexican States. , Mr. Enrique Peña Nieto.

Shows: He has exhibited more than a hundred times his plastic work both individually and collectively in various cultural centers, galleries and museums in Mexico. In the field of Corporate Art, he has carried out important projects and plastic works for transnational corporations such as American Express, Crowne Plaza Veracruz, Castelo Hotel, BankBoston, High Specialty Hospital of Bajío, Pavisa Group, Manufacture 3M, HT Lawyers, MVMH Abogados, Arecas - Cuernavaca, CAA, Attorneys at Law & Counselors, Pegaso Transports, Guadalupe Farm - Cuautla, Azafrán Restaurants (Veracruz), Fonda Argentina (Airport, Altavista and Atzcapotzalco) and EME (Polanco), LG Corporate Advisors, Terra Grupo Desarrollador, Exfera, Grupo Corrado and Eurocopter de México among others. He made in 2010, the Corporate Art for CREEVER, which is the largest Rehabilitation Center in Latin America, built by the Government of Veracruz and the State DIF Veracruz. Conceptualized, painted and placed 275 square meters of Art.