“Behind the twisted poses hides Nietzsche’s dictum, to make one’s life into a work of art. We aim for the stars and more often than not we crash, (e.g. we hope and we fear, we laugh and we despair, we love and do harm -very often at the same time). We are strange beings suspended between gravity and grace. Always falling, always trying again. This fleeting in-between, this fragile balance is what the contorted poses are meant to represent, the precise point where we don’t know anymore if we’re flying or falling. And just in case we discover it is the later, what better way to go down than in style.”

Pedro Bonnin

Born: Cuernevaca, Mexcio 1967

Selected Exhibitions:

Museo Casa del Lago, Mexico City
Museo del Arzobispado, Mexico City
Museo José Luis Cuevas, Mexico City
Museo La Tallera Siqueiros, Cuernavaca, Mexico
City Museum, Cuernavaca, Mexico
Ric Michel Fine Art. Southampton, NY.
Arden Gallery, Boston, MA
Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Galería Uno, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Ida Victoria Gallery, San José del Cabo, Mexico
Galería Anima-löte, Cuernavaca, Mexico
David Jacobs Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA
Galería Arte X Arte, Cuernavaca, Mexico
Galería HB, Mexico City
Galería Florencia Riestra, Mexico City
JoAnne Artman Gallery. New York, NY.
Madison Gallery. La Jolla, CA.
Bridge Art Fair, Miami, FL
Galería Zarco, Cuernavaca, Mexico
The Kitchen Gallery, New York, NY
Centro Morelense de las Artes, Cuernavaca, Mexico
Tlapalli Arte, Madrid, Spain
Galería Florencia Riestra, Mexico City
Galería HB, Mexico City

Public Collections:

Rhode Island School of Design Museum
Museo Claudio, Guadalajara, Mexico