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(Español) Nelson Morales

(Español) Edén 53 x 80
(Español) Cruzando el Río 53 x 80
(Español) Diosa de Cuatro Brazos. De la Serie Muxes I 53 x 80cm
(Español) De la Serie Muxes VI
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(Español) De la Serie Muxhes VIII
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(Español) De la Serie Muxes I
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(Español) De la Serie Muxes II
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(Español) Nelson Morales. De la Serie Muxes III
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He lives and works in Oaxaca.

He started four years ago in photography, has taken several workshops, studied Fotoensayo and the Contemporary Photography Program 2013, recently was a student of Antoine D’Agata. In 2013, he exhibited in Mexico City the series “Dreams”, collectively participated in the Héctor García Biennial, “Young people in the mirror”, “Make you see more”, “Young people, the visual spring of their crisis And hope (CFMAB) “” Kuala Lumpur Photo FestAwards (Kuala Lumpur) “” Confluencia Oaxaca “” Work and days (Medellín) “International Festival of Sexual Diversity (FIDS DF)”. He was the winner of the “Make you see more” photography contest on channel 11 of IPN. Beca Fotoensayo 2013, Finalist of the Latin American documentary photography contest “Work and Days”, Finalist in the individual portrait category “Kuala Lumpur Photo Fest. Awards. Nominated in the international photography festival “Paratyem focus 2014 (Fortaleza, Brazil), selected at the Oaxaca Biennial. They have published their work in magazines such as: Nelson Morales – L’Oeil de la Photographie, Mexicanísimo, Vice, among others. His work is part of the book and exhibition “Unveil and detonate. Photography in Mexico ca. 2015 “, curator of Hydra, project of the Center of the Image, Fundación Televisa, editorial RM, CENART. The book was published by the RM publisher in June 2015. The exhibition was inaugurated in Centro Centro Cibeles, Madrid, Spain, at the PHotoEspaña 2015 festival, showing from June 2 to August 31. He later appeared at the National Arts Center, Conaculta, Mexico City, from October 24, 2015 to January 22, 2016. His work is part of the collection of Fundación Televisa, the collection of Allen Blevins, director of the Collection Of Bank of America Merill Lynch, as well as other public and private collections.