Emilio Carrasco Gutiérrez
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Emilio Carrasco Gutiérrez (born Mexico City, Mexico, 1954) is a contemporary painter and engraver. He is internationally recognized for his many works. Gutiérrez studied with Carlos Orozco Romero, as well as at the National School of Arts (UNAM).
Gutiérrez was born in 1954 in Mexico City where he spent his youth and was educated through high school. Following his studies at UNAM, where he studied with Gilberto Aceves Navarro, he became a professor of drawing at the School of Fine Arts at Complutense University of Madrid, and a scholarship student at the Ministry of Culture of Spain in Segovia. His career has included 61 solo exhibitions and 142 group exhibitions throughout Mexico, Central and South America, the United States, and Europe.
Gutiérrez' works are displayed in museums and galleries throughout Mexico, Central America and Europe. He has been awarded the "Arts of the State" and the "Colonel Pedro" prizes in Zacatecas.
- 1987: First place in the Second Zacatecas State Arts Competition
- 1992: Received an honorable mention in the Third National Competition of sculptures in wood
- He was awarded the Pedro Coronel prize
- Award of the Academy of Arts in Luxembourg
- "Ideal" Prize ideal of Leonardo da Vinci received in Italy.
- Participated in the XXXII International Congress ex-libris.
- Exhibition of award-winning Masters work
- 2009: exhibited in the cities of Chengdu, Dalian, and Tianjin.
- Solo exhibition at the Irma Valerio Galleries, Zacatecas
Gutiérrez lives in Zacatecas, is happily married with three children who share their father's taste in art. Since 1994, Gutiérrez has suffered from vision problems, but this has not affected his ability to make art.