Antonio O’Connell

Antonio O’Connell

Ciudad de méxico, 1974

Antonio O’Connell

His work plays with the aesthetic and conceptual sense of art and architecture. Antonio studied Architecture at the Marist University and later a Master’s degree in Visual Arts at the Academy of San Carlos, UNAM. He further studied the international workshop of Architecture, Criticism and Project at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia with architect Enric Miralles. Driven by a spirit of architectural experimentation, he ventured into the field of contemporary art. He has given presentations and workshops at The University of Liverpool, Nottingham Trent University, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano, UNAM, Universidad Anáhuac, and CEDIM Monterrey, among others.

His work has been presented in distinguished places such as the Museum of Contemporary Art of Querétaro (2019), the Auction of the Group of Sixteen (2018), OpenArt Sweden (2015), SummerHall Edinburgh (2014), Art Gallery University of California San Diego (2010). Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo UNAM (2009), O’ Gallery Milán (2009), Museo Ex Teresa Arte Actual (2008), White Box Gallery New York (2006), Casa del Lago (2005). He has also been commissioned to carry out large-scale interventions [exhibitions?]in the Andador Libertad in the Center of Querétaro (2018), Lincoln Polanco Park in Design Week Mexico (2015), and in Televisa San Ángel inauguration MACO Zone (2014), Cabeza de Juárez Museum by the Ministry of Culture D.F. (2008), among others.

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