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Rodrigo González Castellanos (Guadalajara, Mexico, 1987).

BIO

Originally from Tepatitlán, Jalisco, he was born on May 8, 1987, he grew up in the agricultural and rural environment. In 2005 he moved to the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco to study Architecture, later he began to be interested in art making pieces that showed the physical work and the wear experienced in the field and construction. Currently, he carries out work and research on rural and construction materials, following his own line of wear and tear and that of the field and of the workers.

He has exhibited in museums such as the Raúl Anguiano Art Museum, Cabañas Cultural Institute, Zapopan Art Museum, Guadalajara City Museum, the House of Culture of Tepatitlán Jalisco; He has participated in art auctions such as Live Art held at the Museum of Modern Art, as well as his participation in art fairs such as JustMad in Madrid, ACME Hall in Mexico City, Accessible Mexican Art Fair in Monterrey, such participation It has been under the representation of Galería Chica, gallery of Guadalajara, Jalisco.

He also did a residency at the Hotel el Ganzo for a week in May 2019. His works are in collections such as “The new Pilar Citoler collection” in Zaragoza, Spain, “Font-Irwin Collection” in London, England, Eric’s personal collection Gleason, director of Kasmin Gallery, among other private collections.

EDUCATION

2005-2010

  • Bachelor of Architecture from the ITESO Institute of Technology and Higher Studies of the West, Guadalajara, Mexico.

2010

  • Studies in Theory and History of Contemporary Art at the ESARQ School of Architecture, Guadalajara, Mexico. Coordinated by Alejandro Ramírez Lovering.

2016

  • Participation in the Production Workshop for artists at the MUAC University Museum of Contemporary Art, UNAM, Mexico City, directed by Daniel Montero, recognized Doctor in Art History by UNAM and Master in Art History by that same institution.
  • Cacophony of shadows, accumulation and creation with Isa Carrillo and Cynthia Gutiérrez. Zapopan Art Museum MAZ, Andador 20 de Noviembre No. 166, Zapopan, Jalisco. Mexico.

2017

  • Studies in Project Management at the ITESO Institute of Technology and Higher Studies of the West, Guadalajara, Mexico.

2019-2020

  • Carpentry at the ITESO Institute of Technology and Higher Studies of the West, Guadalajara, Mexico.
INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

2015

  • Raíz Rural, Museum of the city of Tepatitlán de Morelos, Mexico.

2016

  • 5 Senses «TOUCH», Tequila 1800, Privada Andrés Terán 33, Ladrón de Guevara, Americana, Guadalajara, Jal. Mexico.

2017

  • Lana Amarilla, Raúl Anguiano Art Museum, from March to June 2017. Curated by Alejandra Munguía.

2019

  • Tierra Roja, project invited by Galería Chica for Salón ACME, General Prim 30-32, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, México.
GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014

  • Un metro cuadrado, second edition, Hotel Demetria, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by César García Chief Director of The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, E.U.A.

2015

  • Salón ACME 3rd edition, Rafael Rebollar 95, Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec, México, D.F. Curated by Guillermo Santamarina, Tania Ragasol, Paula Duarte, Teresa Margolles, Santiago Merino, Fernando Mesta, Jessica Berlanga, Alpha Escobedo. Governor Rafael Rebollar 95, San Miguel Chapultepec I Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11850 Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Salón Emergente, Vía Libertad, Colonias 221, Colonia Americana, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Miriam Villaseñor.
  • Fiesta, Familia y Estado, City Museum, Calle Independencia 684, Centro Histórico, Guadalajara, Mex.

2016

  • Pintura, Artere-A, Justo Sierra 1828, 44100, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Carlos Maldonado, Enrique Hernández, Omar Guerra.
  • Arte Careyes, Salón Emergente 1800, Costa Careyes, Mexico. Curated by Miriam Villaseñor.
  • Prometeo, Raúl Anguiano Art Museum, Mariano Otero, 375, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Jorge Tejeda.
  • Verde Lyme Artshow, an event selling art pieces for the non-profit association Luchando con Carmen A.C. at Audi, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Alejandra Munguía.
  • Salón Emergente, Indocumentados within the framework of Art Basel Miami, Royal Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Florida, USA. Curated by Miriam Villaseñor.

2017

  • Collective exhibition DIY Fiction, curated by Paulina Ascencio and Geovana Ibarra at the Careyes Foundation, Jalisco, Mexico.
  • Arte Careyes, Salón Emergente 1800, Costa Careyes, Mexico. Curated by Luzma Moctezuma.
  • Salón Emergente, Indocumentados, Calle José Guadalupe Zuno Hernández 2078, Col Americana, Lafayette, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Miriam Villaseñor.
  • Salón ACME 5th edition, General Prim 30-32, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, Mexico. Curated by Octavio Avendaño, Óscar Benassini, Patrick Charpenel, Moisés Cosío, Jose Dávila, Paula Duarte, Julieta González, Daniel Guzmán, Aimeé Labarrere de Servitje, Santiago Merino, Cristobal Riestra, Anissa Touati.
  • Bodega ACME, General Prim 30-32, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Un metro cuadrado, autumn edition, Hotel Demetria, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Miriam Villaseñor.
  • Quetzalcóatl, Raúl Anguiano Art Museum, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Jorge Tejeda.
  • Arte Vivo, Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City.

2018

  • Salón ACME 6th edition, General Prim 30-32, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, México. Curated by Óscar Benassini, Eugenia Braniff, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Paula Duarte, Geovanna Ibarra, Viviana Kuri, Mauricio Marcin, Santiago Merino, Cristóbal Riestra, Patricia Sloane, Anissa Touati.
  • Después del Jardín, Cabañas Cultural Institute, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Jorge Tejeda.
  • Oficio y Materia, Zapopan Art Museum MAZ, Andador 20 Noviembre No. 166, Zapopan, Jalisco. Mexico. Curated by Viviana Kuri Haddad.

2019

  • Transitante, Casa Pajarito, Calle Independencia 279, Guadalajara, Mexico. Curated by Alejandra Munguía.
  • Transitante 2.0, Vía Cordillera, Av Alfonso Reyes # 10, Valle Poniente Area, Santa Catarina, Monterrey, Mexico.
  • Pabellón Alemán, Grupo Arca, Av. Acueducto 6050, Zapopan, Mexico. Curated by Jorge Tejeda.
  • Transitante 3.0, La Colectiva / Other People / Gallery Weekend CDMX, Sonora 123, Roma Norte, Mexico City, Mexico.

2020

  • No Name, Calle de Tacuba 8, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, México.
  • JustMad, Palacio de Neptuno, Calle de Cervantes, 42, Madrid, Spain.
grants / AWARDS

2013

  • Selected for review of his work in the Call for Portfolio’s Review at the MUAC University Museum of Contemporary Art at UNAM, DF, Mexico. Criticized by Cuauhtémoc Medina Chief Curator of MUAC and Daniel Montero, Doctor in Art History from UNAM.

2016

  • Program to Encourage the Creation and Artistic Development of Jalisco PECDA 2016-2017

2017

  • Honorable mention in the X Bienal de Arquitectura Jalisciense for the museography and curatorship of the Lana Amarilla exhibition, together with the curator and cultural manager Alejandra Munguía.
RESIDENCES

2019

  • El Ganzo Hotel, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur. Curated by Luz María Moctezuma.

 

 

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