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Tere Memun

D'Argenta Sculptor & Artist

Tere memun was born on May 30 1950 in México City. An autodidact since early age as she shows signs of great talent in the graphic arts.


In 1981 Tere Memun starts her studies in Sculptuing. In 1983 D'Argenta Artist Enrique Jolly introduced her to new techniques and materials. That year, Tere Memun signature style was born. She leaned toward the figurative style, usually working on bronze marble and resin.


In 1987, she continues her travels learning new techniques on the way. Tere joined seminars imparted by George Adamy, Stanley Bliefeld and Ronald Young.



Tere memun was born on May 30 1950 in mexico city. An autodidact since a very early age. She shows signs of great talent in the graphic arts and earns several scholastic awards.

In1975 Tere gets initiated in the realm of the plastic arts by assuming the leadership of a workshop in order to broaden her knowledge. She makes frequent excursions to italy and to several other countries.

In 1981. Tere Memun starts her formal studies in Sculptuing. From 1983 on she works with Enrique Jolly who
acquaints her with different techniques and materials. It is then that tere’s style acquires a definite leaning toward the figurative style, she mainly works on bronze marble and resin.

In1987, tere resumes her travels to further develop her expertise in techniques and materials: she attends intensive seminars imparted by george adamy in New York. Stanley bliefeld in connecticut and ronald young in colorado.

Collective Expositions

1982/1983 v. V1. Games of art and culture. C.D.I.

1983/1984 iv. V. Monte sinai festival of arts.

1985   Art Garden. C.D.I.

1985   Monte Sinai New Exponents

1986   Opening of Gallery 10/10

1986   Technological Museum of Mexico City.

1986   Pedro Domecq Tower

1986   Mexican Culture Seminar, Acambaro, Guanajuato.

1986   Artgarden American School

1987   Alexandra Gallery

1987   Bellavista Golf Club

1988   Aura galleries

1988   Alexandra Gallery

1989   c.D.I.

1990   Red Cross of Monterrey, México

1991   Mexican Jewish Art.

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