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Bio / CV

JAIME BELKIND-GERSON

Education

2006-2008 Master in Clinical Research, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos (UAEM). Cuernavaca, Mexico

1993-1996 Fellowship in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Boston Children´s Hospital,Harvard University. Boston, USA

1990-1993 Residency in Pediatrics, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University. Boston, USA

1983- 1989 Medical School, Universidad Autónma de México (UNAM). Mexico City

1997-1998  Contemporary Art (workshops), Massachusetts College of Art. Boston, USA

1982-1990 Art Workshops, Robin Bond studios.  Mexico City

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2023: * "Inside and Out" Curtis Art Center, Greenwood Village Colorado.

2022:* "Connections" D'art Gallery, Denver, CO.

2021:* "The Imprint of Memory" D'art Gallery, Denver, CO.

 

2007: * “Recent Work”. Museo de Arte “La Cereria”. Instituto de Cultura de Morelos, Tlayacapan, Morelos, Mexico. 
 

2006: * “Recent Works”. Anarte Gallery. San Antonio, Texas. 

             * Galleria Bertha Scwharcztein, Mexico City
 

2004: * Meditaciones en arte”. Galería Reposado. Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. 
 

1998: * Recent Works. Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge Massachusetts. (Exposicion Individual)

 

1997: * Bamboo Diary. Ashwell Gallery, Beverly, MA, USA (Solo show)

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2022: "D'art gallery group show 2022", Denver CO

2021: "D'art gallery group show 2021", Denver CO

2019: *“Spring 2019 Dean's Gallery Show” Univ of Colorado, Anschutz campus.

 

2012: *“Studio without walls”, Brookline MA, USA.

 

2011: *“Studio without walls”, Brookline MA, USA. 

 

2010: *“Permanencia y Desaparicion” (Permanence and Disappearance). Centro Cultural Estudio 5, Cuernavaca, Morelos.

 

2009: *“Delineando espejos”, (Tracing mirrors). Galeria Naturaleza Mexicana. Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico

 

2008: *Large Mural (“Escaleras”) Main Lobby of National Institute of Rehabilitation. Mexico, City, Mexico. 

2006 * Siquieros Museum (Taller Siqueiros). Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. Cuernavaca, Mexico.

 

2005: * “Inside and Out”. Galeria Naturaleza Mexicana. Mexico City, Mexico. 

 

2001:  * VII Bienal Internacional de poesía visual y II muestra de instalación y performance. Museo Borda, Cuernavaca, Morelos.

 

1999: * Body as a Commodity. Nexus Contemporary Art Center. Atlanta, Ga, USA 

 

1996: * “1996 National Competition”. Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Provincetown, Massachusetts. (Juried group show) Curator: Judith Tannenbaum (Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art). 

 

* “Read White and Blue”. Ashwell Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts. 

 

* “The Painter’s Eye”. The Stage Gallery, Merrick, New York. (Juried group show) Curator: Marietta Warner Siegel.

 

* “Full Circle”. Gallery 52 Artworks. Cooperstown, New York.

 

* “The Anxiety of Influence”. Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge Massachusetts. (Juried group show) Curators: Jock Reynolds (Philips Academy of Art) and Stephen Paine (Boston Museum of Fine Art).

 

* “Passover and Passed Over”. The Ashwell Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts. (Juried group show)  Curator: George Gabin (Montserrat College of Art).

 

* “5th National Art Exhibition of the Northern Colorado Artists Association”. Fort Collins, Colorado (Juried group show) Curator: Wayne Wolf.

 

* Denisse Besio Gallery. Seattle, Washington. 

 

* 360 Fine Art. Seattle, Washington

 

* “Hearts and Other Body Parts”. Ashwell Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts. (Juried group show) Curator: Frank Schaeffer.

 

1995: * “Small works” Chuck Levitan Gallery. SOHO, New York. (Juried group show) Curator: Ivan Karp (OK Harris Gallery) 

 

            * “Le Petit III” Alder Gallery. Eugene, Oregon.

 

1993:  * “What’s Up Doc?”. Ovo Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts.

 

1988 & 1990:  * Robin Bond Gallery. Mexico City

 

1987:  * Pedro Gerson Gallery. Mexico City

Gallery Representations:

Anarte Gallery. San Antonio, Tx, USA. (2006-2009)

Bertha Scwharcztein Gallery,.Mexico City, Mexico. (2006-2008)

NM Contemporaneo Gallery. Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico (2009-2012)

D'art Gallery, Denver (2021-2023)

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