Martirene Alcantara is creating abstract images
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Visual artist, born in Mexico City. Alcántara studied Architecture, Art and Photography in Mexico City, California and Spain. She specialized in Architectural photography and became an important visual artist. Since 1990 she has participated in several international solo and group exhibitions, in galleries and museums in Europe, Latin America and the United States.


Her work is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA).


Martirene has received various awards and recognitions in Mexico and the USA; among them the Karen Shea and Gabe Silverman Endowed, and a Rockefeller/FONCA Grant. She is a Fellow of the Salzburg Künstlerhaus, in Austria; the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, in Virginia; UCross Foundation, and Brush Creek Arts, both in Wyoming; the Edward F. Albee Foundation, in NY, and the Willapa Bay AiR, in Washington.


Martirene’s work has been published by international museums, such as the Quai Branly, Paris; Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin; Rietberg, Zürich; National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico; Pinacotheque, Paris; Museo de Arte Abstracto Manuel Felguérez, Zacatecas, Mexico; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. As well as by important magazines like: Stonexus magazine, USA; Beaux Arts magazine, France; Tribe Magazine, Belgium; 2G magazine, Barcelona; Artes de México magazine, Mexico; and others.


She has been a speaker at a TEDx Talk, and has given conferences and taught art photography in Mexico, the United States, Uruguay and Spain.


Alcantara has lived in Mexico, San Francisco, New York and France.
Tiers
Postcards
$2 or more per month
Every 3 months a postcard of one of my pieces will be send in an envelope via USPS.
Piezography on 100% cotton rag. 70x50cm.
$50 or more per month
Each year you will get a signed copy of one of my photographs. You can choose between the images found on my posts marked as "$50 TIER".


Signed and numbered. Piezography on 309 gr. 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with carbon based archival ink. 27.5" x 19.5"  (70cm x 50cm)

Visual artist, born in Mexico City. Alcántara studied Architecture, Art and Photography in Mexico City, California and Spain. She specialized in Architectural photography and became an important visual artist. Since 1990 she has participated in several international solo and group exhibitions, in galleries and museums in Europe, Latin America and the United States.


Her work is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA).


Martirene has received various awards and recognitions in Mexico and the USA; among them the Karen Shea and Gabe Silverman Endowed, and a Rockefeller/FONCA Grant. She is a Fellow of the Salzburg Künstlerhaus, in Austria; the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, in Virginia; UCross Foundation, and Brush Creek Arts, both in Wyoming; the Edward F. Albee Foundation, in NY, and the Willapa Bay AiR, in Washington.


Martirene’s work has been published by international museums, such as the Quai Branly, Paris; Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin; Rietberg, Zürich; National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico; Pinacotheque, Paris; Museo de Arte Abstracto Manuel Felguérez, Zacatecas, Mexico; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. As well as by important magazines like: Stonexus magazine, USA; Beaux Arts magazine, France; Tribe Magazine, Belgium; 2G magazine, Barcelona; Artes de México magazine, Mexico; and others.


She has been a speaker at a TEDx Talk, and has given conferences and taught art photography in Mexico, the United States, Uruguay and Spain.


Alcantara has lived in Mexico, San Francisco, New York and France.

Recent posts by Martirene Alcantara

Tiers
Postcards
$2 or more per month
Every 3 months a postcard of one of my pieces will be send in an envelope via USPS.
Piezography on 100% cotton rag. 70x50cm.
$50 or more per month
Each year you will get a signed copy of one of my photographs. You can choose between the images found on my posts marked as "$50 TIER".


Signed and numbered. Piezography on 309 gr. 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with carbon based archival ink. 27.5" x 19.5"  (70cm x 50cm)