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Artist Ana Paula Luna

Ana Paula Luna

Artist from Mexico

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In the creative community of artists
at Jose Art Gallery since
 April 10th, 2020

About the artist Ana Paula Luna

Mexican sculptress, who started working with different materials from a very young age, with 17 years of experience that combines the search of linking art with social life and the international dimension of her work. With a degree in Cultural Management, and a diploma in sculpture from the Cabañas Cultural Institute; with more than 30 collective exhibitions and 4 individual exhibitions. Her work has led her to to exhibit and leave public works, mainly in wood, in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Canada, United States, Australia, Thailand, Tanzania, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, Denmark, Italy and Germany. 
She has been achieved grants from FONCA, Proyecta and Sucede, programs by the State of Jalisco and the municipality of Guadalajara. She Organizes and manages the International Wood Sculpture Symposium in Guadalajara since 2015 with the intention of creating a sculptural park for the city.

Exhibitions of Ana Paula Luna

Public Sculptures and collections. • El Nevado National Park. Mexico (2019) • Nartional Park Paracho, Michoacan (2019) • Sculpture Park, Höjer, Denmark (2018) • Intersection Av. Acueducto and Periferico. Zapopan, Mexico (2018) • University of the Amazons. Florencia, Colombia (2017) • Metropolitan park of Guadalajara, Mexico (November 2017) • Metropolitan park, Guadalajara, Mexico (March 2017) • Hotel Kakslauttanen. Saariselkä, Finland (2017) • Music School, Sönderborg, Denmark (2017) • Val dei Mocheni, Italy (2016) • City of Campeche, Mexico (2015) • City of Rylstone, Australia (2015) • Highshool Of Sönderborg, Denmark (2014) • City of Kemijärvi. Finland. (2013) • Hotel Kakslauttanen. Saariselkä, Finland (2013) • University of Colima. Coima, Mexico (2011) • City of Kemijärvi. Finland. (2011) • Sculpture Park. Valdivia, Chile. (2006) International events • Sister cities sculpture creation. Chengdu, China (2019) • XIX International Sculpture Symposium. Höjer, Denmark (2011, 18,19) • III International Sculpture Symposium. Ringköbing, Denmark (2013, 18) • I International Sculpture Symposium. Mexticacan, Mexico (2017) • XI International Sculpture Symposium, Braunwald, Switzerland (2017) • I International Sculpture Symposium, Rancho Santa Maria, Mexico (2016) • XXXV International Sculpture Symposium, Asiago, Italy (2016) • V International Sculpture Symposium, Edolo, Italy (2016, 17) • I International Sculpture Symposium, Selvart, Italy (2016) • I International Sculpture Symposium. Tepatitlan, Mexico (2016, 17) • I International Sculpture Symposium. Campeche, Mexico (2015) • I International Sculpture Symposium, Rylstone, Australia (2015) • I International Sculpture Symposium. COLMICH, Mexico (2015) • International Sculpture Symposium, Castello Tesino, Italy (2015) • IV International Sculpture symposium, Brienz, Switzerland (2015, 16) • XIX International Sculpture Symposium. Elbarch, Germany (2014) • International Wax Sculpture Festival. Ubon, Thailand (2014) • III International Sculpture Symposium, Sönderborg, Denmark (2014, 17) • International Sculpture Symposium. Kakslauttanen, Finland (2013, 17) • Oranki Art. Pello, Finland (2013) • XVIII International Sculpture Symposium. Kemijärvi, Finland (2011, 13) • XIII International Sculpture Symposium, Valdivia, Chile (2006) International Exhibitions • Kunsten Galleri, Höjer, Denmark (2019) • Municipal office. Uribelarrea, Argentina. (2010) • Markgrafenstr, Berlin, Germany. (2009) • Civic Center, Barcelona, Spain (2009) • Cultural house, Valdivia, Chile (2008) • Praxis Gallery, Toronto, Canada (2007) • Jadite Gallery, New York, USA (2007) • National Museum. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania (2006) Individual Exhibitions. (More than 30 collective) • Ex Convento del Carmen, Guadalajara, Mexico (2018) • Forum of Art & Culture, Guadalajara, Mexico (2005) • Ajolote Gallery, Guadalajara, Mexico (2004) • Chucho Reyes Gallery, Guadalajara, Mexico (2003) Grants. • SUCEDE. Cultural ministry of Guadalajara. (2016) • Proyecta Traslados. Jalisco Ministry of Culture (2015) • Proyecta Production. Jalisco Ministry of Culture (2015) • Mexican National Fund for Arts and Culture. FONCA. (2011-2012)

Education of Ana Paula Luna

- Cultural management degree. University of Guadalajara (2013) - Studies in the Sculpture School of Bagamoyo, Tanzania (2006) - Sculpture degree in the Cabañas Cultural Institute (1999 – 2002

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