SEMBLANZA  (English version below)

 

Magali Ávila | Ciudad de México, 1970

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estudio Artes Visuales en Incarnate Word College (Estados  Unidos, 1987) y Danza Contemporánea en el Sistema Nacional para el Desarrollo de la Danza INBA, México (1994). Su trabajo se ha desarrollado a partir del performance derivado de la danza contemporánea orientado principalmente hacia las artes visuales.Cuenta con más de 13 exposiciones individuales de su obra plástica, varias de las cuales se han realizado en México, Estados Unidos, España y Suiza. También ha formado parte de más de 40 exposiciones colectivas  en Europa, USA y México.

A lo largo de su trayectoria ha sido merecedora de diversos reconocimientos tales como la Beca de Jóvenes Creadores del IVEC por el Estado de Veracruz y Selección de obra por la Bienal Fundación  Arangagüey, España. 

Ha sido Miembro del Sistema Nacional de Creadores De Arte (emisión 2011).

 

 

 


 Magali Avila | Mexico City , 1970

 

In 1986 she studied Visual Arts at Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, Texas.  In 1987-1994 she studied  Mayor in Contemporary dance at National Institute of Fine Arts, México City, In 1990 she studied drawing with the wellknown plastic artist Gilberto Aceves Navarro. From 2007 to 2011 she lived in Spain where she followed several courses and workshops like Sound and Vision in The House On, Madrid (2007), 3D Design in Isiconsulting, Puerto de Sagunto (2010). All that, make posible that she enriched her artistic knowledge and growth her creative experiences.

Currently, her job is now day the result of a process of continuous research of new techniques and materials. She has had solo shows in Mexico, El salvador, USA, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium and Germany. Her most noted works  are:

  • Moradas Sublimes (Centro Cultural del México Contemporáneo, Mexico City, 2015)

  • Et lux (Stella Magni Gallery, Mexico City, 2014)

  • From the Three (Swaeff Art Consulting, Mallorca Puntiro, Spain 2009)

  • Blood & Bees  (La Esquina , Palma de Mallorca, Spain , 2008)

  • Mirrors (Air Cultural Center , Mexico  City, 2007)

  • Tree (Art Rios, Nurnberg, Germany, 2008),

  • Tree of Life (Space Gallery, Morges, Switzerland, 2006)

  • Autumn Winter Collection (Hacienda San Gabriel de las Palmas, Morelos, 2001)

  • Paintings (Gallery Ramón Alva de la Canal, Universidad Veracruzana in Xalapa, 1996)

  • Captive Atmospheres (Veracruz Institute of Culture , Port of Veracruz, 1995).

 

Collectively has exposed in several occasions. The most noted are:

 

  • Suitcases  Migrants, 2012-2014 (Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzmán de la República de El Salvador; European Foundation Centre Philanthropy House, Bruselas, Bélgica; Centro Cultural Tijuana-CECUT, Baja California; Museum of Memory and Tolerance, Mexico City).

  • Collective nameless (Veracruz Culture Museum , Mexico City, 2013)

  •  Mexican & Spanish Artist Collide (Sculptures by desing Art Studio, Houston Texas, 2011)

  • Game Forms. Five Artists with a Presence in Switzerland (Museum of Contemporary Art in   Puebla, Mexico , 2007)

  • Guadalupe in Popular Culture (Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City, 2005), exposure arising from book Marie Pierre Colle Corcuera , Catálogo Guadalupe: en mi cuerpo como en mi alma, México, Editorial Océano, 2003.

 

The awards and fellowships she has received are:

 

 

  • Selected for the International Contemporary Art Prize, Barcelona, Spain, 2010.

  • Selected for the Arangaguey Biennial Foundation, Santiago de Compostela, Spain 2007

  • IVEC Young Artists Fellowship by the State of Veracruz,  1996.