Known for his figurative work on unreal atmospheres, Ricardo Martínez de Hoyos painted still lifes, landscapes, and  indigenous people and children, often with nationalistic elements, incorporating various of the artistic tendencies that existed during his lifetime, but never following any specific of them.

Ricardo Martinez de Hoyos, Fundación Ricardo Martinez de Hoyos
Ricardo Martínez
Mexico City, 1918
Mexico

Current Exhibitions

Ricardo Martínez: Desde El Interior

Museo Palacio de Bellas Artes

28 Nov — 24 Feb
Born from the collaboration between Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts and the Ricardo Martínez de Hoyos AC Foundation, the exhibition “Desde El Interior (From the Inside)” marks the centenary...

Solo Shows

2011
“Ricardo Martínez”, Museo de la Ciudad de México, Mexico

2000
“Ricardo Martínez. Energía y monumentalidad”, Club de Banqueros de México, Mexico City

1994
“Ricardo Martínez. Exposición antológica. Homenaje Nacional”, Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, INBA, Mexico City
1984
“Ricardo Martínez. Obra reciente, 1975-1984”, Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, INBA, Mexico City

Group Shows

2015
“La otra fiesta de las balas. Martín Luis Guzmán”, Museo de Arte Moderno, INBA, Mexico City

2013
“L’art mexicain 1920-1960. Éloge du corps”. La Bellevue, Biarritz, France

2010
“El maguey. Símbolo de identidad nacional”, Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo, Mexico City

2008
“La colección: el peso del realismo”, Museo de Arte Moderno, INBA, Mexico City

2006
“Pintura mexicana de la posguerra al fin de siglo”, Friends of Shangai Art Museum, Shangai, China

2003
“Janelas de Cores: Coleção”, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Ibirapuera, Universidad de Sao Paulo, Brazil.

2001
“Soleils mexicains”, Petit Palais, Paris, France
“34 artistes mexicains, Quand les imports deviennent un regal pour l’espirit”, Le Centre Culturel de l’Ambassade du Mexique, Paris, France
“Colectiva de invierno”, Galería López Quiroga, Mexico City

Contacts & Details

City of birth: Mexico City Country of birth: Mexico Date of birth: 1918