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Isa Carrillo
Contemporary (post 1945)
(Guadalajara, Mexico, 1982 - )

Isa Carrillo was born in 1982, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, where she continues to live and work. Carrillo earned a degree in visual arts from the University of Guadalajara (2005).     Carrillo’s solo exhibitions include “Mano izquierda” (“Left Hand”), Casa Taller José Clemente Orozco, Guadalajara (2015); “La eternidad en una hora” (“Eternity in an Hour”), Centro Cultural Jesús González Gallo, Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico (2014); “Uno obtiene el camino: Fuera de los asuntos del mundo” (“One Finds the Path: Outside of the World’s Affairs”), Zapopan Museum of Art, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico (2013); “Glosas” (“Glosses”), 5pm Gallery, Zapopan (2007); and “I Wanna Be Pop-Pular,” Art and Culture Forum, Guadalajara (2005).    Carrillo has participated in group exhibitions, including the second edition of “Proyectos Unidos Mexicanos, Salón ACME” (“United Mexican Projects, ACME Salon”), Casa Modelo, Mexico City (2016); “Salón ACME, No. 4,” Archipiélago, Mexico City (2016); “Reconstrucción: un proyecto de Abraham Cruzvillegas” (“Reconstruction: A Project of Abraham Cruzvillegas”), Zapopan Museum of Art, Zapopan (2016); “Imago Muni: Luciano Benetton Collection” (“Image of the World: Luciano Benetton Collection”), Giorgio Cini Foundation, Venice, Italy (2015); “Por qué no lo llamas entropía?” (“Why Not Call It Entropy?”), Tiro al Blanco Gallery, Guadalajara (2015); “Colectiva” (“Collective”), Tiro al Blanco Gallery, Guadalajara (2014); “Tinitus y Fosfenos / De lo sonoro a lo visual” (“Tinitus and Fosfenos / From the Sound to the Visual”), Zapopan Museum of Art, Zapopan (2013); “Paradise Is an Island, So Is Hell,” Careyes Art Gallery, Careyes, Jalisco (2013); “Creación en Movimiento 2009–2010” (“Creation in Movement 2009–2010”), Diego Rivera Anahuacalli Museum, Mexico City (2011) and Museum of Painters, Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico (2010); “Salón de Octubre 2011” (“October Salon 2011”), Ex Convent of Carmen, Guadalajara (2011); and “MIRROR,” TRAMA Center, Guadalajara (2011).     Carrillo’s work has been included in the following publications: Estudio abierto 1: Uno obtiene el camino (Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico: Zapopan Museum of Art, 2015); Fuera de los asuntos del mundo (Jalisco, Mexico: independently published, 2015); and Mexico: The Future Is Unwritten: Contemporary Artists from Mexico (Ponzano Veneto, Treviso, Italy: Fabrica, 2015).   


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