Mario Navarro Rosales
M. Navarro is the careful and observer of human emotions, urban, of unknown characters or acquaintances of the street. Meticulous painter of pop art, comics, narrates in his paintings complete experiences of his characters, sometimes impregnated with sour poetry and even desolate, but that in the context of his painting makes us reflect and approach with pleasure to his art. Unattainable in his work, it is a pleasure to visit his vast and vast collection of paintings.
Descends from a large family, all of them artists; They have musicians, poets, painters, among other professions. He is a prolific artist, self-taught with a thematic diversity and techniques, he prints a stamp very different from that of all artists. The great color predominates in all his works, it is fantastic.
He was born in Zacatecas, Zacatecas in 1923
His first solo exhibition was held in 1954, his exhibition called attention to the Mexican Nobel Prize, Octavio Paz. Later he exhibited in France, Italy, Japan, the United States and Brazil. In his last period he lived in Paris his art showed different facets (drawings) subjugating in the eroticism of natural forms, an appreciable aesthetic and artistic maturity. 1984 received the "National Prize of Ciénagas and Arts in the area of Fine Arts".
He was born in the city of Zacatecas, in 1932. He studied at the National School of Architecture, in Mexico City, and then went on to study at the High American School. Since 1956 he has presented exhibitions of his work in Mexico, the United States, Japan, Puerto Rico and Brazil. He has won the Córdoba Prize in São Paulo, Brazil, (1965) and the First Prize at the Tokyo Biennial, Japan (1975).
He was born in Cuba in 1962
2008 - Duda de la Percepción - VII Edition Painting Prize of the Government of Aragon. Spain
2006 - Mare Nostrum - V Edition of the Painting Prize of the Government of Aragón. Spain
Recent individual exhibitions:
2016 Paysage Exposé, Paysage Figurant, Galerie Cross MacKenzie, Washington DC, États-Unis
2014 A Dialogue with Landscape, Cross MacKenzie Gallery, Washington DC, United States