Carmen Reyes

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Carmen Reyes (born 1943) is a contemporary artist, specialised in Digital art. Born in Colombia, she has lived in Belgium, Brazil and Switzerland.

Early life and career

Carmen Reyes was born in Colombia and graduated from the faculty of Art at the University LOS ANDES in Bogota. She studied painting and drawing at the Academy of Art in Rome, as well as techniques of mural painting at San Giacomo in Rome. She worked at IRPA - Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage in Brussels and graduated from the Rijckscentrum voor Hoger Kunstonderwijs. She lived several years in Geneva, Switzerland and was a member of Visual arts association - Switzerland VISARTE.

Work

Contemporary paintings and digital art.

Solo Exhibitions

1966 - National Library of Colombia
1981 - RHOK Gallery - Brussels - Belgium
1994 - Crans-pres-Celigny - Switzerland
1999 - Fischlin Gallery - Nyon - Switzerland
2000 - Picpus Gallery - Montreux - Switzerland
2001 - Galerie de la Ferme Sarasin - Geneva - Switzerland
2003 - Galerie Catherine Nègre - Paris - France
2005 - HUG - Cesco - Geneva - Switzerland
2006 - Geneva Airport- VIP rooms - Switzerland
2007 - Permanent Representation of Belgium - Geneva - Switzerland
2009 - Banque Vontobel - Geneva - Switzerland
2009 - Banque Crédit Agricole Financements - Geneva - Switzerland
2014 - Centre culturel de Woluwe St Pierre - Bruxelles - Belgium

Recognition

1966 - First Prize of the National Painting Contest of Colombia
2002 - Prix Ebel - Edelweiss - Switzerland

References

  • Paris Match - Michel Aebischer - June/July 2009
  • 24 heures (Switzerland) - Françoise Jaunin - 21 March 2000
  • La Côte - fge - 27 January 1999
  • Côté Magazine - July/August 2009

External links

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