Prominent young Mexican artist, Sebastian creates in a very expressionistic manner Male
Nudes in different settings.
Weather in nature or in urban cities his figures are full of virility and strength.
He is always exploring the masculine figure from different conceptual levels.
His art expresses the physical, sentimental and emotional male experiences that can
go from the sensual to the erotic.
He is always striving to make his male nudes to be full of power, mystery or fantasy, and at the
same time he is also telling a story. Sebastian is an artist that takes great importance in the
details that lead to the immaginary and often reveals you asurprising implosive and frank message.
In them they will reveal something far more intimate. His paintings are frequently inspired by the
unconventional and are also highly narrative with fable stories.
Sebastian Moreno Coronel is an emerging artist and painter living in Girona, Spain.
He was educated at Fine Arts School in Guadalajara (Mexico), at National School of Fine Arts
(ENAP, UNAM) in Mexico City(Mexico), where he occasionally have teached among other places.
His work has been sold to collectors living on both coasts, inbetween and in Australia.
His work is currently on display at his own studio, and was shown at the Jose Ma. Velasco's
Gallery and the Museum of Chopo in 2002. In 2003 he has been showing his art works in Barcelona.
Moreno Coronel curated and exhibited work at many important places in Mexico DF in the last
years and starts to do same in Spain now.
|Curriculum Vitae and List of
(2004) Body aproaching. Kemeweme. Top Bar. Pineda de Mar. Spain(2003) Re-encountered Continents. Mistic Gallery. Barcelona, Spain, Three years, one Desire. Padam, Padam. Barcelona. Spain, (2002)Correspondences. French Alliance of San Agel. Mexico DF, From the Body. Dance Club "Momentos". Metepec. Mexico State, From Loneliness. Santiago Gutierrez Museum. Toluca. Mexico State, Vulnerable Territories. Jose Ma. Velasco Gallery. Mexico City, (2001) Recent Pasts. Regional Tlahuac’s Museum, How they look at us. National School of Music. UNAM Mexico, At the Sonorous Roar of the Asphalt. Tomasa Valdes Cultural Center Mexico City . (2000) Bodies without Redemption. San Ángel Cultural Centre.Mexico City. (1998) EX TERNAL RE VIEWS. External reviews. Young Cause Gallery.
(Selection) (2004) Erotic Art. La tete del?Art Galelry. Langres. France.(2003) XV Art Saloon. ACEA'S Gallery. barcelona. Spain. Marea Blanca. Itinerant. Galicia, Spain. (2002) World Artsts. Rodriguez Amat Art Fundation. Catalunya. Spain. (2001) Gilberto Aceves Navarro, Homage. GAN Gallery. Mexico City Me and the Other. Tomasa Valdes Cultural Centre. Mexico City Digital Metaphor II. 1 and 2 Galleries. National School of Fine ArtsENAP. UNAM XV Years Commemoration of the Gay-Lesbian Week. Universitary Museum of Chopo. Mexico City Sacred Art at the Ending of the Millenium. Xochimilco’s Cloister. Mexico The Perverse View. F. Magón Gallery. UNAM. Mexico City (2000) AIDS and youth. L. Nishisawa Gallery. ENAP. UNAM. Mexico City Sculptures. Nahúm B. Zenil’s Hose. Tenango del Aire. México State 3x6. VARIATIONS. Celaya’s Culture House. Guanajuato. Tequila & Chocolate. Universitary Museum of Chopo. UNAM. Mexico CitySabines’ Poem. Jaime Sabines House. ICCM. Mexico City (1999) Millenium Wall. Painting Walls. Asphalt Plant. Mexico City Expo Social Art. National Polytechnic School. Mexico CityThe Images Pursuer. Museum of Mexico City. Naked. Tonalli Gallery. Social Development Secretariat SEDESOL. Mexico DF. (1998) Another Vision about Death. FES. Cuahutitlán. UNAM. Wall Painting for Died People’s Day. Youth Theatre. Mexico City First Appropriation of the Known. Juan Rulfo Cultural Centre.Mexico City (1997) Art Moriendi. Centro Cultural Juan Rulfo.Mexico City (1996) The Tenants. Jorge Martinez Gallery. U de G. Expo of Fine Arts Teachers. 7 High School. U de G.(1995) Reencounter with Creation. Colomos House Gallery. Zapopan, Jalisco. 1994) Fine Arts Exhibition. Jorge Martinez. U de G. Fine Arts Cultural Week. Fine Arts School. UdeG Painting and Sculpturing Conquest "The Horse". Jorge Martinez Gallery. UdeG. Tepochtli Tlakuilo. 7 High School Guadalajara’s University (UdeG)).Gallery