Gustavo Abascal

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BIOGRAPHY

Mexico city 1979, Lives and works in Mexico city. Studied Visual Arts in the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas (ENAP) 1999-2001. Took various courses in writting from Ad´hoc, MUCA CU and CNA. Has had three solo exhibitions in Mexico City and various collectives in New York, California, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico City. Has shown his work in international art fairs such as FEMACO (Mexico City), Arte BA (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and La Otra (Bogotá, Colombia). His illustrations have been published in magazines and books such as Fingered, WOW!, Tierra Adentro, Indie Rocks!, CONACULTA and Generación, also "Poeloquio," Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, UNAM,  "Al filo de la luna," by Guillermo Samperio,  "Lovecraftiana," by David Monroy,  "Antología de cuentistas de Torreón," by various writers, "Cacaxtla," by Howard Quaquenbush and "Gustavo Abascal Gráfica 2004-2007," with Samsara Editorial. He has also published his own writings in the homage to Raymond Carver ?"Dí algo para romper este silencio".

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