Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Art

Armando Morales

(Nicaraguan, 1927–2011)

dos bañistas (two bathers) by armando morales

Armando Morales

Dos Bañistas (Two Bathers), 1978

Price on Request

Biography

Timeline

1927
Born January 15, in Granada, Nicaragua
1929
Moved two Managua, Nicaragua
1941 - 1945
Student School of Fine Arts, Managua, Nicaragua
1948 - 1953
Student School of Fine Arts, Managua, Nicaragua
1957
Traveled to New York on a Guggenheim Fellowship
1960 - 1964
Student Pratt Graphic Art Center, New York, NY
1972 - 1973
Instructor of Advanced painting, Cooper Union, New York, NY



Awards & Honors
Won first prize with his painting Spook-Tree at the Central American Painting Contest “15 de Septiembre” in Guatamala, 1956

Exhibitions

2008
“Latitudes,” Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes,” MNBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2006
“Latin American Art from the Museum’s Collection,” Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
“Masters of Latin America: From the Joan and Milton Bagley Collection, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Bocca Raton, FL
2005
Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France
Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Universidade de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2004
“Armando Morales,” Museo de Contemporaneo, Mexico City, Mexico (solo)
“Armando Morales,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
“Artists of the Americas,” Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC
2001
“The Saga of Sandino,” Golden Gallery, San Antonio, TX
“Past Present Future: Notions of Time in Twentieth-Century Art,” Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX
1997
“New Worlds,” Museum of Latin American Art, Los Angeles, CA
1994
Claude Bernard Gallery (Art Asia) Hong-Kong. (solo)
In tituto de Artes Graficas. Oaxaca, Mexico. "Saga de Sandi no" (lithographs). (solo)
1992
Claude Bernard Gallery, (Art Miami,), Miami, FL. U.S.A. (solo)
Claude Bernard Gallery, (FIAC,) Grand Palais, Paris, France. (solo)
1990
Claude Bernard Gallery, (ARCo), Madrid, Spain. (solo)
Monterrey Museum, .L. Mexico. (solo)
1987
“Armando Morales,” Michel Soskine Inc., New York, NY (solo)