Javier Arenas Pérez

D'Argenta Sculptor & Artist

He was born in Mexico City, December 3rd 1960.

Professional Studies

– National School of Plastic Arts, San Carlos.

– School of Fine Arts, Painting, Sculpturing and Engraving. La Esmeralda.

Professional Activity shown below his Art.

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Javier Arenas Pérez

 

He Was Born in Mexico City, December 3rd. 1960.

 

Professional Studies

 

- National School of Plastic Arts, San Carlos.

 

- School of Fine Arts, Painting, Sculpturing and Engraving. La Esmeralda.

 

Professional Activity

 

1987     Sculpture for the Government of Chiapas (Bronze Figure of a Mexican Charro).

 

1987     Bronze and Acrylic Pieces for Cia. Mexicana De Aviacion.

 

1987     Religious Pieces for the Religious Order of the Holy Cross of Jesus.

 

1987     Bronze Sculptures for Arq. Manuel Macias, Artistic Promoter.

 

1987     Acrylic Pieces for Sto. Thomas Wine Co. And Calinda Hotels.

 

1987     Bronze Pieces Made for Transportes Maritimos Mexicanos.

 

1988     Pieces Made for Hilti Mexicana, S.a.

 

1988     Several Sculptoric Pieces Made for D’argenta Internacional, S.a. During This Year.

 

1990     Specialized Cultural Center.

Elements Manufacture and Handicrafts.

 

1990     Mexican Handicrafts “el Arriero”.

 

1990     Tlalocan Handicrafts (Teotihuacan).

 

1991     Internacional Handicrafts (Teotihuacan).

 

1991     Handicrafts “teotihuacan”.

 

1991     Manufacture of “eximlat” Pieces.

 

1991     General Pieces Made for  “publicidad Dei”. Elaboration of Designs and Publicity Articles for the Cultural Division Paper Tower, a.c.

 

1995     Design Elaboration of a Display for the Company Unitec Distillers.

 

 

Collective Exhibitions

 

1977     the Greek World Auditorium of the College of Sciences and Humanities South Wing.

 

1979     Week of the Creativity, Auditorium of the College of Sciences and Humanities South Wing.

 

1983     the Mural “caballos” (Horses) Made for Co. Dipisa, Villahermosa Tab.

 

1983     Taking Part in the Mural of Francisco Muñoz, Mexico City.

 

1984     First Competition  “jeronimo Antonio Gil” Gallery Enap, Xochimilco, Mexico City.

 

1985     Collective Sample of Workshop. Gallery Enap, Xochimilco, Mexico City.

 

1985     Triennial of Sculpturing, Gallery of the National Auditorium, Mexico City.

 

1986     Young Art House of Culture in Aguascalientes, Ags.

 

1986     Exhibition Young Art. Gallery National Auditorium, Mexico City.

 

1988     Collective Exhibition. Golf Club Hacienda Valle Escondido, Edo. De Mexico.

 

1988     Collective Exhibition of Painting, Doctor Arl.

 

1988     Collective Exhibition “9 Propositions to One Purpose: Create”, Gallery Sileca.

 

1988     Triennial of Sculpturing. Gallery of the National Auditorium.

 

1988     Selection Exhibition of the Triennial Fo Sculpture in Palace of Fine Arts. Mexico City.

 

1988     Collective Exhibition of Christmas, Gallery of Dr. Arl.

 

1989     Exhibition of Modern Art, Gallery Crown Plaza.

 

1989     Collective Exhibition, Friendly Hand, Gallery Sileca.

 

1989     Interview by Televisa at the Exhibition of Modern Art. Crown Plaza for the Program Gaceta Cultural and Video Cosmos.

 

1992     Collective Exposition, Mexican Mythology 500 Years Union of Two Cultures “geography and Statistics”.

 

1992     Individual Exposition, Plastic Work Realized at the 39 Pri District Committee.

 

1993     Collective Exposition, “san Angel Cultural Center” Named 100 Artists Against Aids.

 

1993     Imevision Program, With Ma. Victoria Llamas Regarding the Exposition of 100 Artists Against Aids.

 

1993     Collective Exposition at the Sor Juana Cloister, Historical Midrown Center.

 

1994     Sculptors Exposition Relative to Mexican Defunct’s Day at the Paper Tower, a.c. Installations.

 

 

Other Participations

 

1985     Mexican Sculptors. Book Published by Lili Kahlen, Mexico City.

 Course of Personal Improvement and Executive Profile. Hotel Del Valle De Mexico, Mexico City.

 

1988     Interview by Marcela Ortiz of the Culture Section of the Newspaper Heraldo De Mexico.