Hugo Velez. Fishmongers I. Oaxaca, Mexico.
Hugo Velez. Fishmongers I. Oaxaca, Mexico. Size: 79 x 39.5 in. Technique: Oil /mahogany wood.
Hugo went to Oaxaca and took a course at the "Rufino Tamayo" Workshop, where he becomes a visual artist, painter and generator of plastic projects, always independent, participating in 140 exhibitions abroad such as the United States, Spain and Argentina. In addition, he exhibits 17 individual exhibitions in Córdoba, Spain, Lisbon and Portugal, one of the last in Mexico City last year; He works as an urban muralist in this charming city called Oaxaca. Likewise, he designs sets, lights and costumes for theater and dance. He also works as a temporary teacher of plastic composition at the Faculty of the School of Fine Arts, dependent on the UABJO. Vélez is the visionary, always in search of the movement of human bodies whose parts are of deep interest in painting, sculpture and engraving. This creator of art has not only the fulfillment of projecting his work in the plastic, he also disseminates through posters the product that has made us famous, such as mezcal, from the agave; collaborates with businessmen in a positive way and of course with the artists that make up the theater group in Oaxaca.