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Miriam Pérez’s work encompasses a vast array of art forms and media including bronze sculpture, painting, drawing, fused glass and ceramic. She has also designed sets and lighting for theater and television, as well as choreographed and directed dance.
“I believe art has to communicate at first sight, at first touch, the same way the breeze or the sun touches your skin, or a smile or a tear touches your soul. My work is based in the effort and joy of movement, the struggle of life and how it reflects in the human soul and form. Life is movement and so is art.”
Born in Merida, Yucatán (Mexico). Studied Plastic Arts at the “Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas” (San Carlos) UNAM in Mexico City. Graduated with a [-]. in Bronze Casting from the “Instituto Allende” (UAG) in San Miguel de Allende and a Master of Science in Fine Arts specializing in design and construction of furnaces and ceramic kilns from the A&I University in Texas.
Miriam Pérez was Director of the Cultural Department at the “Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey” (ITESM) and senior arts professor at the “Centro Universitario Anglo Mexicano (CUAM). She currently lives in Cuernavaca, Morelos.
The artist designs work for private homes and hotels. She has exhibited in individual and collective shows and her work is on permanent display at: Galeria Art Art, Galera Petrus, Centro Asturiano, “Universidad de la Comunicación”, “Radiológico” Radio Station, National Academy of Development and Investigation, Hotel Benidorm, Hotel Costa del Sol, Restaurant “La Valentina”, CUAM, Hard Rock Cafe as well as private collections in Mexico and the U.S.
Some of the artist’s national and international shows include:
House of art, La Jolla, U.S. 1987
Qualli Gallery, Televisa 1989
Universidad de la Comunicación 2000
San Ángel Cultural Center 2001
Asturian Center, in Mexico City 2002
Museum of the Mexican Graphics in Mexico City 2005
Ateneo Museum of Contemporary Art of Yucatán (MACAY) Mérida 2003
CUAM Mexico City
Acapulco and Cuernavaca, 2004
Nordys Gallery and 22nd Annual Contemporary Art Festival in Birmingham, AL.
Rojo Gallery in Guadalajara
Nuove Gallery and Misión del Sol Gallery in Cuernavaca, 2005
Art E Art Gallery, Petrus Gallery and Art Now Festival in Texas, 2006.
1991 Masters in Science in Fine Arts, A & A University, Texas.
1982 BFA in Bronze Casting, Instituto Allende (UAG), San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. México.
Contemporary Dance 1981 National Ballet of Mexico. DF
Choreography Course 1980, TW University Denton, Texas. USA. Bella Lewitzky Co.
1979 Contemporary Dance Course, Martha Graham School of Dance. NY, NY, USA
1967 National School of Plastic Arts of San Carlos, National Univesity of Mexico, Mexico City.
Arte del Sur Gallery. Acapulco Guerrero.
Pedagogical University in Mexico City
Gallery Golf Club "La Vista" Puebla
"Corsica" Gallery Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Art É Art Cuernavaca, Mor. On permanent display.
Museum of mexican graphs. México, DF Mexico City
Gallery Nuove. Cuernavaca, Mor, Mexico.
Misión del Sol. Gallery Mor. México.
Centro Cultural Universitario Anglo Mexicano (CUAM). México, DF, CUAM. Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico CUAM. Acapulco, Gro. México
Atheneum Museum of Contemporary Art of Yucatan (MACAY). Merida, Yucatan. México.
University of Communication, Cultural Corridor. Col. Roma, Mexico City.
Art É Art Cuernavaca, Mor. México.
Art É Art, Cuernavaca, Mor. México.
Cultural Museum of Graphics Arts, México, D.F.
International Art Festival, Birmingham, Alabama. Commissioned work
Work for the city of Cuernavaca "Carro del Sol"
6 m high. Located at Boulevard Cuauhnáhuac, east entrance of the city
Design of the lobby Bar and high relief details of the interior facade [-] m for the Benidorm Hotel. México, D.F.
Sculpture for “Imagen de la Educacion Integral” 1.70 m high. CUAM. México, D.F. Cuernavaca, Cancún & Acapulco.
Door and stairs design for a private residence, Otate 103. Pedregal San Francisco. México, D.F.
Teacher, Art Lab at CUAM. México, D.F. & Cuernavaca.
Culture Department Director at ITESM. Cuernavaca, Morelos. México.
Logo design for “La Valentina” Restaurant. México, D.F. 1993
Stair design for Hard Rock Café. México, D.F.
Steel furniture firm “Miriam Perez” is created .
Culture Department Director at ITESM. México, D.F.
Set design , Smithers & Associates for TV programs. México, D.F.
Founding member of “Centro Cerámico Alta Temperatura, A.C.”. México, D.F.
Founding member, “Gres Arte y Diseño” ceramic sculpture studies. San Miguel de Allende, Gto. México.
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