Omar Garcia De Alba

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Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco in the neighborhood of Santa Teresa.

He always had an affinity and need for art.

During the process of his art studies at U.d.G. he had the opportunity to polish his craft by working abroad in places such as Cuba, Dominican Republic, making murals, which helped him find part of his style.

Throughout his life, he has participated in more than 20 individual exhibitions and more than 100 group exhibitions in his state, Jalisco, adding to his career the breaking of two Guinness records, 2016 (The largest mosaic of hats in the world); 2017 (The largest papier-mâché sculpture in the world).

Little by little, his work was recognized in Mexico, as well as abroad (United States, South Korea, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Brazil, Canada, Spain, Switzerland and France) in exhibitions and acquisitions of his work.

His work has been forged and refined over time, acquiring a language of his own in projects such as Current Syncretism, Active Muralism, a project presented at the Jalisco Library (Jua José Arreola Gallery), 100 years of Muralism project with muralists from Jalisco managed by Galeria Ikeri, presented at the Congress of the State of Jalisco,  art fair in Monzón, Spain and currently at the Government Palace Museum.

He has had outstanding solo exhibitions in projects such as, Rhapsody of Color, Opus Diversitas, SYmphony #7 at Galeria Browne in Puerto Vallarta. His work is also currently in Galerias de San Miguel de Allende and Santa Fé E.U.A.

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