Tomás Pineda Matus (1968 - )

Tomás Pineda Matus- Born in Mexico in 1968 attended art workshops throughout Oaxaca, Mexico and received a Corporate Identity Certificate from Mesoamerican University in 1998. Matus has exhibited his paintings throughout Mexico, The United States, Spain, and Argentina. He is currently teaching art design at Mesoamerican University, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Young Artists from Oaxaca in 6 States: Guerrero, Veracruz, Hidalgo, Toluca, Edo. de Mexico and Queretaro, The Mexican Cultural Institute. Madrid, Spain.
The Mexican Students Residence. Par?s, France.
Jorge Luis Borges Cultural Center. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
IOWA, Oaxaca Art. Exchange Exhibition, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Art Show and Auction. The Red Cross Monterrey. N.L., Mexico.
Art Show and Auction. The Red Cross. Oaxaca, Mexico.
Art Show at the National University in Mexico City.
Oaxacan Cultural Institute. Oaxaca, Mexico.
Pago en Especie Art Show. Ministry of Finances, Mexico.
National Lottery Art Exhibition. Mexico City.
Oaxaca at the end of 20th Century. Mexican Institute o Social Security, Mexico.
1997 Art Exhibition at Caracola y Viento Salina Cruz Cultural Association. Oaxaca.
Group Show. Misrachi Gallery. Oaxaca, Mexico.
Art Show at Rufino Tamayo Art Workshop. Oaxaca, Mexico.
First Salon of Plastic Expressions of Oaxaca, Minery Palace, UNAM.
Magnificent Graphic Artists from Oaxaca, Mexico.
Magnificent Prints of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Gallery Williams Center for the Arts.
Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania.
Tonally Gallery, Edition of graphic work by the Minister of Development. Mexico.
The Coret Building Gallery, Mexico City.
Oaxaca at the end of the 20th Century. Museum of the Central Guayaquil Bank, Ecuador.
Oaxaca at the end of the 20th Century. Cultural Center, Quito, Ecuador.
1998 Exhibition at The Camino Real Hotel, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Cultural Center of Oaxaca.
National Bank of Mexico, Monterrey, NL., Mexico.
Presentation of the Engravings Portfolio The three lawsof Oaxaca.
Art Show for the Town of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca.
Meigas Hotel, Binni Guenda, Bah?as de Huatulco, Oaxaca.
Saltillo University, Coahuila.
From the Zapotec Danzers to the Contemporary Painters. Museum of Antropology and History, Montealban, Oaxaca.
1999 The Oaxacan Child Hospital Patronat, Financial Center of the National Bank of Mexico. Monterrey, N. L. XQUENDA . I999 Osaka National Day, Shin Umeda City, Osaka Japan.
2000 Alejo Peralta Foundation. Mexico City.
The Oaxacan Child Hospital Patronat, Financial Center of the National Bank of Mexico. Monterrey, NL.
San Agust?n 2000, San Agust?n Etla, Oaxaca Mexico.
Camino Real Hotel, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Cultural Foundation Carmen A. C. Mexico, D.F.
Cultural Center of the State of Tabasco in Mexico City.
Contemporary Mexican and Cuban Art, The Rye Arts Center, Rye, New York in collaboration with Henaine Fine Art, Port Chester NY.
2001 Figuration, Contemporary art from cutting edge international artists. Henaine Fine Art. Port Chester, New York.

1987 Hidalgo Public Library, Oaxaca, Mexico.
1988 Technological Institute of Oaxaca, Information Center, Oaxaca, Mexico
1989 Miguel Cabrera Gallery, Oaxaca, Mexico
1989 The Art Gallery of the Town of Oaxaca, Mexico.
1994 Pasillo Gallery. Metropolitan University, Xochimilco, Mexico.

Poster for The Second Dance Festival of Puerto Escondido. Oaxaca.
Compact Disc for the Primavera Orchestra of Oaxaca.
Poster for the Third Dance Festival of Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca.
Art Design for College students. Mesoamerican University. Oaxaca, Mexico.

Contemporary Latinoamerican Art Museum, Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Ayuntamiento de Juchit?n, Oaxaca Pinacotech. Mexico
Museum of the Ministry of Finances. Mexico Pinacotech of the National University of Mexico, Mexico.

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