José Luis Cuevas  (American/Mexican, 1933) 

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José Luis Cuevas, Macbeth

 

José Luis Cuevas
Macbeth
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José Luis Cuevas, Head of Marquis de Sade as a Pig

 

José Luis Cuevas
Head of Marquis de Sade as a Pig
1965

Michael Berger Gallery
José Luis Cuevas, Political Demagogy III

 

José Luis Cuevas
Political Demagogy III
1968

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José Luis Cuevas, Coloso

 

José Luis Cuevas
Coloso
1988

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José Luis Cuevas, Carnet de España

 

José Luis Cuevas
Carnet de España
1977

CDS Gallery
José Luis Cuevas, A Ritratti & Autoritratti

 

José Luis Cuevas
A Ritratti & Autoritratti
Art 45 ltd
José Luis Cuevas, Trio

 

José Luis Cuevas
Trio
1981

Arte Nucleo Galeria
José Luis Cuevas, Los Muerteros I

 

José Luis Cuevas
Los Muerteros I
1983

Tasende Gallery
José Luis Cuevas, El Matrimonio de los Arnolfini

 

José Luis Cuevas
El Matrimonio de los Arnolfini
1973

Tasende Gallery
José Luis Cuevas, Untitled

 

José Luis Cuevas
Untitled
1990

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José Luis Cuevas, Untitled - Portrait

 

José Luis Cuevas
Untitled - Portrait
circa 1965

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José Luis Cuevas, Coloso

 

José Luis Cuevas
Coloso
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José Luis Cuevas, untitled

 

José Luis Cuevas
untitled
1977

Jimmy D. Robinson, Inc.
José Luis Cuevas, Letter to Dr. Laforet

 

José Luis Cuevas
Letter to Dr. Laforet
circa 1965

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José Luis Cuevas, To Harry Langdon from the Homage to Quevedo Portfolio

 

José Luis Cuevas
To Harry Langdon from the Homage to Quevedo Portfolio
1969

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José Luis Cuevas, Quevedo from the Homage to Quevedo Portfolio

 

José Luis Cuevas
Quevedo from the Homage to Quevedo Portfolio
1969

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José Luis Cuevas, La Mascara from the Homage to Quevedo Portfolio

 

José Luis Cuevas
La Mascara from the Homage to Quevedo Portfolio
1969

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José Luis Cuevas, Marquez de Sade

 

José Luis Cuevas
Marquez de Sade
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José Luis Cuevas, Las Victimas

 

José Luis Cuevas
Las Victimas
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José Luis Cuevas, La Jarro

 

José Luis Cuevas
La Jarro
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José Luis Cuevas, Justin y el Marquez de Sade

 

José Luis Cuevas
Justin y el Marquez de Sade
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José Luis Cuevas, Juan Valle Alvarado

 

José Luis Cuevas
Juan Valle Alvarado
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José Luis Cuevas, Clase de Anatomia

 

José Luis Cuevas
Clase de Anatomia
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José Luis Cuevas, La Caída de Franco (a triptych)

 

José Luis Cuevas
La Caída de Franco (a triptych)
Herbert Palmer Gallery
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1933   Born: Mexico City, Mexico
1947   By the age of fourteen, he had illustrated numerous periodicals and books and had had his first exhibition in Mexico City
1953   Cuevas published La cortina del nopal (The Cactus Curtain), an article condemning aspects of the Mexican Mural movement and advocating greater artistic freedom
1959   First International Prize for Drawing, Biennial of Sao Paulo, Brazil
1960   This philosophy inspired the founding in 1960 of the group Nueva Presencia, which he joined for a brief time. It promoted individual expression and figurative art reflecting the contemporary human condition
1962   First Prize, International Black and White Exhibition, Lugano, Switzerland
1968   First International Prize for Printmaking, Triennial of Graphic Arts, New Delhi, India
1977   First Prize, III Latin American Print Biennial, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1981   Awarded the National Prize for Fine Arts in Mexico
1992   The Museo Jose Luis Cuevas was inaugurated in Mexico City
1982   Represented Mexico at the 1982 Venice Biennial
1976   Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris, France (solo)
1975   Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona (solo)
1974   Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Caracas, Venezuela (solo)
1972   The Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City (solo)
1970   San Francisco Museum of Art, California (solo)
1965   The Emergent Decade, Cornell University and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
1961   University of Texas, Austin (solo)
1957   Four Masters of Line: Jose Luis Cuevas, Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, and Morris Graves, Musee de la Napoule, France