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    Santiago Carbonell Born in 1960 in Quito, Ecuador and Spanish nationality, emigrated to Mexico in 1986 where he married Maria Gabriela. He is the father of four children and currently resides in Mexico Queretaro Mexico. EXHIBITIONS 2008 Museum of Contemporary Art Celaya Gto. Mexico 2007 Museum Borda Garden, Cuernavaca Mor. Mexico 2006 Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas Texas USA 2005 Museum of Contemporary Art in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Ags. Mexico. Regional Museum of Querétaro,...

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    Santiago Carbonell Born in 1960 in Quito, Ecuador and Spanish nationality, emigrated to Mexico in 1986 where he married Maria Gabriela. He is the father of four children and currently resides in Mexico Queretaro Mexico. EXHIBITIONS 2008 Museum of Contemporary Art Celaya Gto. Mexico 2007 Museum Borda Garden, Cuernavaca Mor. Mexico 2006 Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas Texas USA 2005 Museum of Contemporary Art in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Ags. Mexico. Regional Museum of Querétaro, Querétaro Qro. Mexico. 2003 Art.Miami, FL, USA Metropolitan Museum of Monterrey Nuevo Leon, Mexico. University Gallery Contemporary Art, University of Queretaro, Mexico. University Cultural Centre, University of San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Morelia Mich. Mexico. Alfredo Ginocchio - International Art, Mexico City, Mexico 2002 House of Culture, San Luis Potosi SLP, Mexico. Museo del Pueblo, Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico. 2001 Museo de Arte de Querétaro, Private Collection, Room Permanent. & Nbs p; FIAC 2000, Caracas, Venezuela, Praxis, Lima, Peru. Exhibition& 39;99 1999 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA Alfredo Ginocchio 1998 - International Art, Mexico City, Mexico. Fair& 39;98 Palm Beach International Art, Miami, FL, USA Fair Iberoamericana de Arte, Caracas, Venezuela. Int.Art Praxis 1997, New York, USA Exhibition& 39;97 Miami International Art, Miami Fl, USA Feria Iberoamericana de Arte, Caracas, Venezuela. 1996 Galena University of Contemporary Art, Queretaro, Mexico. Exhibition& 39;96 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA 1995 Praxis Int& 39;l Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Casa Lamm, Mexico City, Mexico. 1994 Museo de la Ciudad de Leon, Mexico. Latin American Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium. Spider-94, Miami, FL, USA Exhibition& 39;94 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA Exhibition& 39;93 1993 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA 1992 Alfredo Ginocchio - art international, Mexico, DE, Mexico. Museum of Modern Art, Queretaro, Mexico. Exhibition& 39;92 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA Galena Miscachi 1988, Mexico City Mexico. 1986 modules-Rein Galleries, Houston, TX., USA 1985 Galena Sosa-Nesle, Quito, Ecuador. Spanish Center, Quito, Ecuador. EXHIBITION IN GROUP 1998 University Gallery of Contemporary Art, Queretaro, Mexico. Exhibition& 39;98 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA 1997 Salon Bancomer, Mexico City, Mexico. Museo de Monterrey, Mexico. Amot Museum, New York USA Feria Iberoamericana de Arte& 39;97, Caracas, Venezuela. 1996 Salon Bancomer, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition& 39;95 1995 Miami International Art, Miami, FL, USA Texas Art Fair 1994, Dallas TX., USA Alfredo Ginocchio 1993 - International Art, Mexico City, Mexico. Alfredo Ginocchio 1992 - International Art, Mexico City, Mexico. Alfredo Ginocchio 1991 - International Art, Mexico City, Mexico. Qualli Galena, Mexico City, Mexico. 1990 Museum of Modern Art, Queretaro, Mexico. Alfredo Ginocchio 1989 - International Art, Mexico City, Mexico. 1987 Misrachi Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico. 1986 Fifth Ibero-American Biennial of Painting, Mexico City, Mexico. International Print Biennial, Lima, Peru. Dubois-Rein Galleries, Houston, TX., USA 1985 Collective La Caixa, Barcelona, Spain. Galeria Manzana Verde, Guayaquil, Ecuador Collective 1983, Galena College of Architecture, Quito, Ecuador. PUBLICATIONS Destination and Meeting 2000, Querétaro, Santiago Carbonell The language of the brush Andrea Text Avendaño. 2000 Tips, Aeromexico. Santiago Carbonell I have my suitcase always ready to travel, Text Jos Luis Solana. 2000 Scale, Aeromexico. Santiago Carbonell A painting l (rica. Text emptied Minerva 2000 El Comercio, Lima. Santiago Carbonell Real Women, Text José Gabriel Chueca. 2000 Review La Republica, Peru. Santiago Carbonell The painting is a mirror, Pedro Text Escribano. 1999 Latin Amenca Art, Year 19, No. 74, Arte al Dia Buenos Aires, Argentina. Santiago Carbonell. Drills and Alegonas Fermin Text Feurer. 1999 Art Nexus, No. 31, The Nexus Between Latin American and the rest of the world, Santiago Carbonell. Art Miami 99. 1999 Latin American Art Directory Art Day 3rd Edition. Latin American Art Directory 1998 House and international style. Year III, No. 13 Santiago Carbonell. The emotion in painting. 1998 NY International Art 1998 Art Miami. Modern Contemporany.Art Projects Santiago Carbonell 1998 chose to live here, Mexico Volume 1. Secretary of the Interior. 1997 Fia 97. Iberoamerican Art Fair Vl Edit Santiago Carbonell 1997 Art News 2000. Volume 96, No. 7 Top 2000 Collectors, Santiago Carbonell 1996 Images of Latin American Art Art d / Ao. 16 No. 58. Santiago Carbonell Exhibition in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1996 Self-Portrait in Mexico 90 years Arabi, Sala José Juan Tablada, Museum of Modern Art. Quie 1995 EBA. School of Fine Arts Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, NI Santiago Carbonell 1995 Link 38, a bimonthly publication of the National College Political Science and Public Administration, AC Home Santiago Carbonell IV Art Expo 1994 International Fair of Contemporary Art Galleries Santiago Carbonell. Alfredo Ginocchio - International Art, Mexico. 1994 American International Art Fair Ribiera Bal Harbour Fl, USA Santiago Carbonell. Alfredo Ginocchio - International Art, Mexico. 1994 Gallery Guide, Santiago Carbonell. Text of Laura A. Rozen 1993 The Fine Art Index. Artist Forum 1993, Santiago Carbonell. Text of Laura Rozen. 1993 Latin American Art, Volume 5, Art Miami & 39;93 Carol Damian text. Arte al Día, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Santiago Carbonell and his magic touch. Jorge A. Text Costa Peuser. 1993 Art Nexus, International Edition. 10, Art A Latin American Christie& 39;s and Sotheby& 39;s, Helen-Louise text Sedderman. 1993 The Collector, number 22. My point of view Text of Nicolas H. Sanchez Osorio. 1993 Latin Amenca Art, numbers I, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Art News, volume 92, numbers 6 and 7. 1993 Catalog, Praxis 1992. Women Carbonell. Text of Roberto Gonzales, Art Nexus, 3, 4, 6 and 8. 1992 Magazine The Collector No. 23, Santiago Carbonell in Art Miami& 39;92 Roberto González text. AUCTIONS 1998 Solthey& 39;s New York, USA 1995 Solthey& 39;s New York, USA 1993 Solthey& 39;s New York, USA. Lopez Morton, Auction, DF Mexico AWARDS Catalan 1982 American Institute of Cooperation Reyna 1980 Scholarship of Fine Arts in Sofia Guest Jury 1999 Bienal de Arte Del Noreste, Culiacan, Sin. Mexico 1997 Central American Art Biennial, Guatemala Young Artist Award 1995, Querétaro Qro., Mexico. 1992 Print Biennial, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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