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Born in Colombia, Alejandro Daza is a plastic artist. In his academic process he focused on the experimentation of organic and recyclable materials that were reflected in the areas of sculpture, engraving, ceramics and painting. He began his artistic training studying graphic design. Later, he continued with a degree in visual arts at the Technological University of Pereira, Colombia.
While he was studying at the university, he was a cultural agent promoting the development of plastic work in the region. He was also a co-founder of the free art school "Pindaná" in the rural area. He also participated in the construction of six monumental sculptures in the city of Manizales, among them El Crist de Yarumos, a sculpture measuring 9 meters by 9 meters.
He has participated in different national and international exhibitions such as:
The school in the museum. Pereira Art Museum. Identity and conflict. November (2007).
First sculpture exhibition, Technological University of Pereira. Manager and participant (2007).
Second sculpture exhibition, Technological University of Pereira, manager and participant (2007).
Third sculpture exhibition, Technological University of Pereira, manager and participant (2008).
Botanical Exhibition, participant (2008).
Responsible and participant of Calle Libre (Universidad Libre-Pereira).
Chinese embassy cultural meeting. Exhibitor (sculpture)
Fourth sculpture exhibition, Technological University of Pereira. Manager and participant (2011)
Fifth sculpture exhibition, Technological University of Pereira. Manager and participant
Member of the Van Hauten Sculpture Hotbed (Research Hotbed).
School in the city. Lucy Tejada Institute of Culture. Exhibitor, sculpture with the work ¨The reader¨ (2011)
Authors in the State of Mexico. Engraving exhibition, guest artist. Museum of Modern Art. Toluca (2011).
Viceregal Museum of Zinacantepec, State of Mexico, III Festival of
"The stamped death".
|Participation Date:||October 20 2021|