Héctor López, PhD.
Born in San Juan Puerto Rico, USA
Lives & works in Geneva, Switzerland
I am a certified visual arts and history teacher, as well as a professional artist with a specialty in techniques such as: drawing, painting, graphic arts, mosaic, stained glass, and picture framing, among others.
During my working experience in anthropology, arts and history museums, I have excelled in the areas of design and exhibition installations, assistant curator, museum guide and art workshop assistant.
My commitment to culture has led me to perform as an artist and teacher in different countries such as Puerto Rico, Kenya and Switzerland, as well as participation in volunteer projects in indigenous communities of Arauca, Colombia and in special communities in my own country.
I firmly believe in the education of art and the promotion of culture as an indispensable means for the healthy development of a fear society.
Site web : https://hector953cvart.wixsite.com/cvart/bio
2004 - 2014, PhD degree
Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, Metropolitan Campus.
Combined Masters (MA) and Ph.D. in Fine Arts and American History.
Thesis title:The artistic mosaic: expression of opulence of a social sector of the Puerto Rican culture in San Juan (1920 - 1940).
1999 - 2003, Bachelor (BEA) degree
Mayor in Visual Arts Education (all levels)
University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Graduated with honors: Cum Laude
Certified History Teacher, Puerto Rican Education Department.
Certified Visual Art Teacher, Puerto Rican Education Department
Grants & Awards
2008 - Ex - Libris, Second Prize, Casa del Libro Museum, S.J., P.R.
Exhibitions - Individual
2017 - Libéré par le rythme at Café d’Arts, Geneva, Switzerland.
2017 - Bomba en el Batey at Matadero Art Gallery, S. J., P.R.
2016 - Beautés Noires at Rue Albert-Cohen 8, Geneva, Switzerland.
2015 - Black Majesty, Nairobi, Kenya.
2009 - Mystical Mangrove, San Juan, Puerto Rico
2001 - Nude Colors, Pinacoteca of the Social Science Faculty, UPR, Río Piedras, S.J., P.R.
Exhibitions - Collective
2018 - International Exhibition Art Resilience, Saint-Frajou Art Museum, France.
2018 - International Exhibition Viva El Arte, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2017 - International Exhibition Art Resilience, Saint-Frajou Art Museum, France.
2013 - Professors Collective, Delta Picó Gallery, San Juan Art League, Puerto Rico.
2012 - Professors Collective, Delta Picó Gallery, San Juan Art League, Puerto Rico.
2011 - Professors Collective, Delta Picó Gallery, San Juan Art League, Puerto Rico.
2010 - May International Exhibition, Museum of the Americas, Florida, USA.
2004 - La Joven Estampa, Art Collection of our America Haydee Santamaría, Havana, Cuba.
2003 - Human Figure, Guatibirí Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2002 - Human Figure, Guatibirí Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2001 - Human Figure, Guatibirí Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2003 - Estreno 103, Francisco Oller Galery, UPR, Río Piedras, S.J., P.R.
1999 - Life without violence, Condado Plaza Hotel, S.J., P.R.
Exhibitions - Permanent
Museum of the Americas, Doral, Florida, USA.
Fernando Picó Gallery at San Juan Art League, San Juan Puerto Rico.
Museum 'La Casa de Las Américas', Art Collection of our America, Havana, Cuba.
Pinacoteca of the Inter-American University, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Museum 'Casa del Libro', San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2016 - Book Cover, Y Fuimos Dos... by Luis Daniel Estrada Santiago
2013 - Book Cover, Eterno Fugaz by Luis Daniel Estrada Santiago.
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