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26/02/2020
15:00
EL UNIVERSAL in English/Miranda Perea
Mexico City

Mexican artist José G. Veites and his bond with color and volume

José G. Veites establishes a dialogue possible by means of the creation of an artificial dimension

With a vast list of internationally renowned artists who have been highly influential in the development of art around the world, Mexico has long been a cultural hub that keeps on giving and promoting artistic industries.

Holding an outstanding career, the Mexican artist José Gónzalez Veites is an instance of artistic creativity and identity. He studied at the Academy of San Carlos, the first major art academy and fine arts museum in the Americas. Then, he traveled to Europe where he lived and worked at the Emilio Vedova workshop in Venice, Italy. His work has been exhibited solo at the Hispanic Gallery, the Mexican Art Gallery, and galleries of the United States and Europe. Moreover, he has also participated in over one hundred collective exhibitions in Mexico and abroad.

His work has been analyzed by important art critics like Damián Bayón, Rita Eder, Teresa del Conde, María Minera, Evelynne Brack, Patricia Sloane, Phyllis Braff, and Avelina Lésper, among many others.
 

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A quest for geometric abstraction: Mexican artist José G. Veites and his bond to color and dimension

José G. Veites establishes a dialogue possible by means of the creation of an artificial dimension
A quest for geometric abstraction: Mexican artist José G. Veites and his bond to color and dimensionA quest for geometric abstraction: Mexican artist José G. Veites and his bond to color and dimension

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