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Heteo Perez Rojas

About the Artist

Heteo Perez Rojas (photo per Government of Mexico)
Heteo Perez Rojas (photo per Government of Mexico)

Heteo Perez Rojas 
Born July 18, 1954 in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, Mexico.  

1978 Academic training in painting and screen printing at the Centro de Artes Visuales de Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Individual expositions
Since 1988 he has held individual exhibitions in various states of the Mexican Republic, some of them are: Centro Cultural Coyoacán, México DF; Gandhi Gallery and Bookstore, Mexico City; Juan Rulfo Cultural Center, Mexico City; El Juglar Cultural Center, Mexico City; Art Gallery of Oaxaca, Oaxaca; Sheraton Hotel, Santa Cruz Huatulco, Oaxaca; Casino Español, Mexico, DF; Artist's Quarter, Puebla; Meritorious National School of Teachers, Mexico, DF; Ricardo Flores Magón ISSSTE Cultural Center, Oaxaca; Rufino Tamayo Gallery, House of Oaxacan Culture, Oaxaca; among other.

Collective exhibitions
Since 1980 he has held group exhibitions in spaces such as: Museum of Contemporary Latin American Art, Punta del Este, Uruguay; Gallery Art & Company Kalispell, Montana, USA; Technological Institute of Higher Studies, Monterrey, Nuevo León; Centro Cultural del Paso Texas, Texas, USA; Siglo XXI Gallery of the IMSS, Mexico, D F; Rufino Tamayo Museum, Mexico, DF; Palacio de Minería, Exhibition Hall of the Ministry of Communications and Transportation, Mexico, DF; Carrillo Gil Art Gallery, Mexico City; National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico DF; Tierra Adentro Gallery; Gallery of the National Auditorium, Mexico DF; among other.

Publications and media presence
1992 Ensueños de una Tehuana, Lottery Ticket that commemorates the issuance of this work in the Commemorative Ticket of the Meeting of Two Worlds. 500 Years.

1995 Colors and flavors. Culinary Art, Book by Viviane Minvielle and Ma. Fernanda Preisser, Foreword by Laura Esquivel, cover and illustration by Heteo, México, D. F.

1998 La mujer y el Universo, a painting broadcast on channels 22, 2, 5 and 11 of television to promote the newspaper El Nacional.

1999 Report for Channel 22, broadcast nationwide with frequent retransmissions.

2002 Documentary of the exhibition Mágicos Secretos, for Canal 9 de Televisión de Oaxaca.

His paintings have been published in various national and international editions, I quote a few: White Pine Press, Fredoni, New York, USA; Plume Pinguin, Canada; Fourth Own, Chile; OEA International Magazine; University of Reno, Nevada, USA; Grupo Jaguar, Mexico, DF; Tierra Adentro, CONACULTA, Mexico, DF; Word and reality of the Magisterium, México, DF; Art and Artists. Mexico DF; Armonía S. A., Mexico DF; Brecha, Mexico DF; El Tucán, Oaxaca, Oax .; Women, Oaxaca, Oaxaca; Our Land, Oaxacan Institute of Cultures, Oaxaca; Cantera Verde, Oaxaca; Caracol y Viento, Salina Cruz, Oaxaca; Fridaura. Mexico DF; Among other.

Acknowledgments
1997 Distinguished Citizen of the City of Oaxaca and Puerto Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, for his outstanding career in art, a distinction awarded by the Governor of the State Lic. Diódoro Carrasco Altamirano, once granted by the Council of the H. City Council then chaired by Lic. Emmanuel Toledo Medina.

(Information per Government of Mexico)

Region:
La Sirena I
SKU: HPR-2101

Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, 1992.
Acrylic on handmade amaté paper.  (39” x 27” in 46” x 34” frame)
Framed with linen backing.

Note:  Apologies for the background reflections in the glass in these photos.  These are not part of the actual artwork!

$2500

La Sirena II
SKU: HPR-2102

Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, c.1990.
Acrylic on handmade amaté paper.  (27” x 19 1/2” in 33" x 25 1/2" frame)
Framed with linen backing.

Note:  Apologies for the background reflections in the glass in these photos.  These are not part of the actual artwork!

$1200

La Sirena III
SKU: HPR-2103

Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, c.1990.
Acrylic on handmade amaté paper.  (19 1/2” x 13 1/2” in 24 1/2" x 18 1/2" frame)
Framed with linen backing.

Note:  Apologies for the background reflections in the glass in these photos.  These are not part of the actual artwork!

 

$600

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