Nadine Prado

Mexican/French (1940)

About the artist:

Important woman artist born in Marseille, France in 1940. Her mother was French and his father a Mexican diplomat. Her training was at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. She presented her first solo exhibition at the Salon de la Plástica Mexicana in 1963 and in 1965 she began exhibiting in New York. Her work has been presented in important venues such as the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City and other museums in the United States, France and Latin America. In 1964 she was commissioned to paint the mural "Luz del Norte" in the room "Cultures of the North" of the National Museum of Anthropology. She is considered one of the protagonists of the movement of the Rupture. Solo Exhibitons May, 1986OBRA EN PAPEL Y EXPOPLÁSTICA DEL BAJÍO Galería de Arte Permanente Group Exhibitions Pierre Alechinski Karel Appel Humberto Aquino José Roberto Barreto Arnold Belkin Gustavo C. Posadas Francisco Moreno Capdevilla Leonora Carrington Guillermo Cisneros Enrique Climent Fernando González Cortazár Dix Crespo José Luis Cuevas Aurora Estrada de Hoffman Jorge Ulloa de la Paz Mario Martín del Campo Juan Downey Ricardo Feliciano Jesús Reyes Ferreira Humberto Franchini Palle Frost Domingo García Alberto Gironella Mathías Goeritz Philip Grabar Xavier Guerrero Alfredo Hrdlicka Carlos Jurado Alberto Javier Martínez Juan Mele Nadine Prado has Exhibited at the Galería de Arte Permanente Catalogues: Nadine Prado, published by the M<ueso de Arte Moderno, 1975. Text, Homer Aridjis.

Nadine Prado

Mexican/French (1940)

(9 works)

About the artist:

Important woman artist born in Marseille, France in 1940. Her mother was French and his father a Mexican diplomat. Her training was at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. She presented her first solo exhibition at the Salon de la

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