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Said Alanís

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untitled (from "forces" series), 2007 Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 150 X 170 Cms. © 2007
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Ink on Paper 90 X 60 Cms. © 2008
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collapse (from "forces" series), 2007 Acrylic on Wood 90 X 60 Cms. © 2007
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Ink on Paper 90 X 60 Cms. © 2008
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2007 Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 170 X 160 Cms. © 2007
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Ink on Paper 90 X 60 Cms. © 2008
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Oil and Acrylic on Wood 160 X 100 Cms. © yes
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Ink on Paper 90 X 60 Cms. © 2008
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Acrilic 120 X 90 Cms. © yes
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2008 Ink on Paper 90 X 60 Cms. © 2008
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three forces (from "forces" series), 2007 Oil and Acrylic on Wood 160 X 150 Cms © yes
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Medium (from "Forces" series), 2007 Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 170 X 160 Cms. © yes
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untitled (from "forces" series), 2009 Acrylic on Wood 90 X 60 Cms. © 2009
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
México
Birth year
1974
Lives in
México
Works in
México
Tags
mixed-media, surrealism, abstract, conceptual
Statement

SAID ALANÍS born in Mexico City in 9 of June of 1974. studied the Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts in the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving "  La Esmeralda" National Institute of Fine Arts. has participated in individual and collective exhibitions at national and international level, obtained honorary mention in the scholarship of residence Mex-a.m.fellowship in the Vermont Studio Center in the United States of North America ; obtained by two years consecutive the scholarship to Exceptional Artistic Talent of the education minister of Mexico. was scholarship holder of the program Young Creative in the painting specialty of the national found for culture and arts of México, as well as the scholarship of the Program of Artistic Residences for Creators of Ibero-America of the same institution.