Paloma Torres

Born in Mexico City in 1960. She owns a degree in Visual Arts, by the National School of Plastic Arts of the UNAM, university where she also completed a Master of Arts in Color Engraving. She was a participant of the workshop of Color Gravure, in the 17 Atelier of S.W. Hayter, in Paris, as well as in workshops of resin, professional engraving with Carlos García, and in 2013, ceramic printing techniques with the Argentinean Graciela Olio.

Her latest piece is currently travelling across Europe with the exhibition “México Ciudad De-construcción” (México De-Construction City) and in the Museum of the Mexican Chancellery with the exhibition “Urban Patterns”.

Individual exhibitions aside, she also has participated in more than a 100 collective exhibitions, both in Mexico and across the globe, and she is an active member of the Mexican National System of Creators. She has received several honors, including the opportunity to create the memorial statue for the 700 years of the Helvetica Confederation, in Cumbel, Switzerland, and the honorable mentions of the IV Ceramics Biennale, in Korea, and the Sculpture Triennale in Mexico.