Exhibitions

      2022 - Art Biennale Basel, Switzerland

      2022 - Art Cannes Biennale, France

      2021 - Salon International d’art contemporain Art3f, Bruxelles, Belgium

      2021- MAMAG Modern Art Museum, Vienna, Austria

      2017 - Hotel Sofitel Santa Clara – Cartagena

      2016 - Hotel Sofitel Bogotá Victoria Regia – Bogota

      2008 - Galeria Versalles – Bogota

      2007 - Salón Regional de Artistas – Instituto Distrital  de Cultura y Turismo, Bogota

      2007 - Salón Nacional de Artes Visuales – Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín

      2000 - Hotel Radisson – Bogota

      1994 - Salond’ Automne Noisy le Roi – France

      1993 - Hôtel de Ville St-nom la Breteche – France

      1992 - Galerie d’ art Versailles – France

      1992 - Salon d’ art Marly le Roi – France

MONA 

Born in Ibague, Colombia. Her passion for the plastic arts started in the early years when she received her high-level education on architectural design that is portrayed in the rigorous structure of her paintings. She then experimented with diverse mixed techniques and materials, exploring the “Costumbrismo” (an art movement that deals with typical regional and national customs), depicting human figures and their interaction with diverse and creative spaces.  

In her years living in Paris and through her travels around the Americas, Europe and Asia she has been able to study and experiment the different cultures in order to capture them in her own personal work.

After many years of studies building her passion fort he arts, Mona now lives in Bogota, Colombia, working full-time and exploring in depth urban and street art.

Mona Ballesteros showcased her work in both France and Colombia. Including Galerie des arts Saint Germaindes-pres- France, Galerie des arts de Versailles- France, Salon Marly leRoi-France, Hotel Radisson - Bogota, Galería Versalles Bogota, Hotel SofitelBogota Victoria Regia,  Sofitel SantaClara Cartagena, Salon International d’art contemporain Art3f, Bruxelles, Belgium, and MAMAG Modern Art Museum, Vienna, Austria.

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