Alejandra Zermeno

Alejandra Zermeno

Mexico, DF, Mexico

About Alejandra Zermeno

Alejandra Zermeno Mexico City https://alejandrazermeno.mailchimpsites.com/ zermeno.alejandra@gmail.com

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Born in Mexico City on December 21, 1978.
Conducts studies in Visual Arts Degree with an average position in the High Academic Performance Program at the Academy of San Carlos, UNAM. From 2006 to 2008 she completes her Master studies with honors in the same Institution. She has received several awards, fellowships and honors, which include:
2015. Acquisition Award V International Contemporary Sacred Art. Monterrey, Mexico.
2013. ESSARTS, Sculptures Park. Quebec, Canada.
2012. City of books, special intervention project of sculptural work in the Jose Vasconcelos Library in Mexico City. CONACULTA-INBA, Mexico City. Honorific Mention V Visual Arts Biennial, Yucatán, Mexico. 2009 First place in sculpture category of the National Contest of Painting and Sculpture "Women in the Arts 2009", Mexico City. First place in the sculpture category of the National Painting and Sculpture "Women in Art 2009". 2008. Acquisition´s prize in the I Biennial of Contemporary Religious Art, 2008. Grant money to support the degree of Master of Visual Arts, Sculpture, 2008. Winner of the Third annual Arts Open to all, University Museum UAEM. 2007. Monetary award for Supporting arts projects awarded by the Mexican Institute of Youth; 1997-2001. Grant money awarded by TELMEX Foundation in High Academic Performance.
She has serveral solo exhibitions: 2013. BiDA, X art gallery, México City. 2012. BiDA. Chopo Museum, México City.2011. Territories, Tridimensional Art Museum, Mexico City. 2010. Memories of daily life, Talavera´s House, Mexico City; Superfluous body, Alfredo Zalce Contemporary Art Museum, Michoacán; Artificial territories, The time Gallery at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico City; Artificial territories, José and Tomás Chávéz Morado Museum, Guanajuato, Mexico. 2009. Artificial territories, Sebastian´ s Foundation Gallery, México City; Being industrial, Ollin Yollistli Cultural Center; Artificial Nature. TecMilenio University Gallery, Mexico; 2008. Sculptural intervention, Roberto Garibay S. Gallery, San Carlos Academy of Arts. UNAM, Mexico City; Being Industrial Leopoldo Flores University Museum, Mexico.
Since 1996 Zermeno has participated in several group exhibitions and art biennials in Mexico and abroad: 2011. Tokyo International Award, Diffusione Arts Centre, Edizioni e Promozioni Artiche. Italy and Tokyo. Nord Art, Büdelsdorf, Germany. Textil Arts Biennial, Veracruz and Mexico City. FIDS Festival, Chopo Museum, Mexico City. X International Meeting of Latin American Women in the Arts, Mexico City. Description of a journey. Consulate Calgary, Alberta. Canada. Cercle De La Garnison, Quebec, Canada. 2010, Women in the Arts. Cultural Institute of Mexico in Spain. Madrid. Spain. Latin Views Biennal, Connectiut, USA. II Contemporary Religious Art Biennial, Monterrey, Mexico. Description of a journey, ESECA Gallery, Otawa Canada; Lutheran University, California, USA. Gorman Museum, Sacramento California, USA. 2009, Creating Travelers, Queretaro Art Museum, Queretaro, Mexico. First Contemporary Religious Art Biennial, Monterrey, Mexico. 2008. "ART & DESIGN 08". Emilia Cohen´s Gallery. First Painting Biennial of Gomez Palacio, Durango, Mexico. VIII-XII International Meeting of the Ibero-American Women in Arts. Mexico and Spain. "Women, peace and justice." Jaime Torres Bodet Cultural Center, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City. 2007. National youth encounter XVII.

Education

Conducts studies in Visual Arts Degree with an average position in the High Academic Performance Program at the Academy of San Carlos, UNAM. From 2006 to 2008 the final year of master studies with honors in the same Institution.

Events

City of Books, if you visit Mexico City, don´t miss this place where you can find my work available to the public:
http://www.cultura.gob.mx/ciudadela/

Exhibitions

Las Custodias del Maíz
Aguafuerte Galería.
Guanajuato 118 colonia Roma. CDMX.
Hasta el 17 de agosto.