Sketch of a trajectory
Arturo Bojórquez Sauceda was born in Sinaloa, Mexico, in 1965. He practiced muralism from an early age in public buildings dedicated to education. He studied Graphic Design at the Instituto de Arte Publicitario del Estado de México, Figura al Fresco at the World Trade Center in New York (2001), Psychology of art applied to social expressions (with Carvalho) in Salvador de Bahía, Brazil (2008), abstract art in Toulouse, France (1995), and contemporary art workshops in Paris.
Largely self-taught Bojórquez tries to combine the figure with the social context using resources such as textures, maché and the roots of a mestizaje that has become globalized.
He has ventured into the art of Soho in NY, USA, and has participated in several exhibitions in Mexico and abroad.
The last aspect that has taken his aesthetic direction is linked to the social criticism of man and his being, to the loss of his connection with his natural environment, to the loss of his "humanity" to become today a stark being but contradictorily living a romantic animality. In this dynamic, art has become an important factor of sensibility and voice, in this path there is still much to express.
Bojórquez currently works teaching painting and drawing in a collective workshop ("Forma y concepto") in the city of Puebla, Mexico. This project tries to integrate people of all ages in the exploration, assimilation and artistic production that leads them to a personal encounter that allows them to understand and question their environment.
The search is not only scientific, it is also artistic because they are human.
Arturo Bojórquez Sauceda.