Fernando Poyón

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Fernando Poyón (Guatemala, 1982)

Fernando Poyón work is characterized by communicating social, cultural, historical or political experiences through the experimentation of contemporary media and techniques. Fernando recreated the world map using the original shape of each country, creating with that a new configuration, following the dream of a world without borders.

Among his most outstanding exhibitions are the individual exhibition "Manos Teñidas", in the House of Culture of Comalapa. He has participated in groups such as: the XVII Biennial of Paiz Art and Strategies to Measure the Universe in the Sol Gallery of Contemporary Art, both in Guatemala City; Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei, Taipei, AMA Museum of Art of the Americas, Washington, DC.

Among others like International Indigenous Salon of Art Manuel Quintín Lame. Popayán Cauca Colombia; ArtFlow Gallery, Costa Rica 2016, I Bienal Internación de Asunción de Paraguay; “Guatemala Despues” The New School Nueva York – Quetzaltenango Guatemala; Arco Madrid España 2015; ”Colección Poyón" 19 Bienal Paiz, Guatemala city; ”Mayafabergé" The New Museum of Contemporary Art (NuMU) Guatemala; “Estado de Excepción” Arte Actual Flacso, Quito, Ecuador;2014, Videoart Fest Barcelona,“Situaciones Creadas” CCE Costa Rica, Arte Actual in Guatemala, Párraga Center, Murcia, España, Arco Madrid, España, Gallery T20 2013; Zona Maco México DF, Así que se Valla Ciudad Imaginación Quetzaltenango, Kamin Comalapa Guatemala 2012, “Hoja Blanca”Zúrich-Guatemala, Casa Museo; "Lino Enea Spilimbergo" Unquillo Córdoba Argentina; Sin título Fundación TeorÉtica, Universidad de Costa Rica 2010; “Mi cuerpo es Un Arma” I Bienal Denver Colorado; Momento Morí, (e)Star Gallery, Lima, Peru, XVII Bienal de arte Paiz, Guatemala, 2010; La Mancha de Tomate Tegucigalpa, Honduras; “Estrategias para medir el Universo” Galeria Sol del Rio Guatemala 2009; Landing 8 Fine Arts Museum Tai Pei Taiwán; “Pintura Proyecto Incompleto”, Cooperación Española, La Antigua Guatemala; “Horror Vacui”, Guatemala, 2008; Landing 7 Haydee, Santa María, La Habana, Cuba; Landing 6 Casa de las Américas, La Habana Cuba, 2007; V Bienal de Artes Visuales del Istmo Centroamericano el Salvador 2006, Landing 5 Museo de Arte de Las Américas Washington DC.