JUAN MEDINA
Born in Mexico City, 1950
Places of residence: Mexico, France, United States.

Open studies in Art:

Musée du Louvre, Paris;
Casa del Lago, Universidad Autonoma de México;
Centro Cultural "Los Talleres de Coyoacan";
Universidad Iberoamericana

AWARDS
2012 ARC™ Approved Living Master
2012 One of the top 100 finalists at the Art Renewal Center International 2012 Salon.
2011 American Art Collector Editor's Choice Award of Excellence
International Guild of Realism 2011 Show (Santa Fe, NM)
2011 Artist's Choice Award
International Guild of Realism 2011 Show (Santa Fe, NM)
2011 Prix Charles Cottet
Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux Arts (Paris, France)
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2011 One of the top 100 finalists at the Art Renewal Center's International 2011 ARC Salon™
2010 Prix d'Honneur
Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux Arts (Paris, France)
Since 2008 ARC™ Approved Living Artist
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Since 2007 Juried Member of the International Guild of Realism
2007 One of the top 100 finalists at the Art Renewal Center's International 2007 ARC Salon™
2005 Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux Arts, Silver Medal (Paris, France)
1999 "Mérite et Dévouement Français", Silver Medal (Paris, France)


PUBLICATIONS
2002 "The Language of Juan Medina", AMB Publishing Co in cooperation with Bryant Galleries, Inc.


PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS
since 2013 Galerie Saint-Paul (St-Paul-de-Vence)
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since 2012 Lovetts Galllery (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
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since 2011 Sutton Galleries (New Orleans, LA)
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2010 - 2013 Galeries Bourbon (St-Paul-de-Vence / Honfleur / La Baule)
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1994 - 2011 Bryant Galleries (Jackson, MS and New Orleans, LA)
1991 - 1994 Galería Arte para Todos (Cuernavaca and Tepoztlán, Mor)
1989 - 1993 Segal Fine Art (Boulder, CO): exclusive representation and distribution in the United States and Japan.
1984 - 1994 Mazatlán Art Gallery (Mazatlán, Sin.)
1984 - 1987 Galería Unicornio (San Miguel de Allende, Gto)
1983 - 1993 De Regil Gallery, Maria-Isabel Hotel (Mexico City)


GRAPHICS
1995 - 2010 Giclée editions, produced and distributed by Bryant Galleries.
1989 - 1993 Serigraphic editions in 400 series produced by Kato Art Studios and Moross Art Studios, in Los Angeles, CA; distributed in the United States and Japan by Mitsubishi Galleries.