Sergio Hernández

He is an artist from Oaxaca that has used many techniques, disciplines, and materials such as oil painting, watercolor and engraving. He is one the most internationally renowned painters. He studied at La Esmeralda and the San Carlos’ Academy. In his work he explores color and the theme of human interaction with death and nature.

He has exhibited at both individual and collective exhibitions in Mexico City, Germany, Sweden, Brussels, Japan, and many others. His work can be found at the Museum of Modern Art, Televisa’s Cultural Foundation, Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, Soumaya Museum, Museum of Art in San Antonio, texas and the Museum Würth in Germany. Among his prizes and awards there is the René Portocarrero International Award, as the Third Iberoamerican Bienal and the Official Cross from the Order of Isabel the Catholic.

Imagen 1
Ballena
Caligrafia
Creaciom Popul Vuh
De Noche
Garabato
La Casa De Los Cuchillos
La Casa De Los Tecolotes
Marionetas
Salamandras
Sin Título, 2018, Mixta sobre plomo, 80 x 80 cm
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Sergio Hernández

Imagen 1
Ballena
Caligrafia
Creaciom Popul Vuh
De Noche
Garabato
La Casa De Los Cuchillos
La Casa De Los Tecolotes
Marionetas
Salamandras
Sin Título, 2018, Mixta sobre plomo, 80 x 80 cm
Sin Titulo 02
Sin Titulo 03

He is an artist from Oaxaca that has used many techniques, disciplines, and materials such as oil painting, watercolor and engraving. He is one the most internationally renowned painters. He studied at La Esmeralda and the San Carlos’ Academy. In his work he explores color and the theme of human interaction with death and nature.

He has exhibited at both individual and collective exhibitions in Mexico City, Germany, Sweden, Brussels, Japan, and many others. His work can be found at the Museum of Modern Art, Televisa’s Cultural Foundation, Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, Soumaya Museum, Museum of Art in San Antonio, texas and the Museum Würth in Germany. Among his prizes and awards there is the René Portocarrero International Award, as the Third Iberoamerican Bienal and the Official Cross from the Order of Isabel the Catholic.