Guillermo Ceniceros is an internationally renowned artist born in El Salto Durango, Mexico in 1939. In 1958, he graduated from the School of Art of the University of Nuevo Leon Mexico. Guillermo has work in permanent museum collections as well as in important private collections. He is considered one of the most important mural painters in Mexico, and also does easel work that redefines the study of women. In 1995, the Mexican government opened the Guillermo Ceniceros Museum in Durango. This museum houses the largest collection of his work as well as the work of twenty other artists. The museum is operated by the state and is ranked as the most visited museum in Durango. Guillermo is married to another renowned Mexican artist, Esther Gonzalez.
Over 200 exhibits from 1956 to 2003
1969 Palace Of Fine Arts, INBA Mexico
1969 Museum of Modern Art Mexico City
1972 Martin Gallery Minneapolis, U.S.
1972 National Museum of La Habana, Cuba
1973 National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago de Chile, Chile
1976 Guayasamin Museum, Quito Ecuador
1976 Atelier Guayasamin, Caracas Venezuela
1980 Graphic of Mexico, Puchry Studio, The Hague, Holland
1984 International Development Bank Gallery, Washington, U.S.
1989 Iturralde Gallery, La Jolla, California U.S.
1994 Aichi Prefecture Art Museum of Nagoya, Nagoya Japan
Select Mural Paintings
1984 Mexico Mission at the United Nations, New York, U.S.A.
1988 Copilco Subway Center, Mexico City, Mexico
1991 Palace of Justice, Monterrey, Mexico
2001 National Telephone Workers Union Theatre, Mexico City, Mexico
1969 national art award, SEP, Mexico City, Mexico
1991 Only Mexican nominee for the World Art Competition, for his murals in the Mexican subway systemMore from the Artist!