Eduardo Cervantes is a multidisciplinary artist with studies in Music, Architecture, Visual Arts, Art History, Philosophy, Physics and Math. He has lived and worked mostly in Brooklyn, New York since 2000. His work has been shown at the IV Havana Biennale, Cuba(1994), Eventa V, Sweden (2000), XIV Biennale Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City(2008), The Bronx Museum of the Arts (N.Y. 2006), Institute of Mexico in Paris (2005), The Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City (2003), Walter McBean Gallery at San Francisco Art Institute (1996), Carrillo Gil Museum Mexico City (1995, 1999, 2000), Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (2004), Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City (1996), Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio Texas (1993), El Eco, Experimental Museum, Mexico City (2008). Mr Cervantes has been the recipient of a number of State and Private Grants, such as Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, FONCA, Mexico City (1994-95), and Fondo Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes, Jalisco, Mexico (1996-97). His work can be seen in the files of Museo del Barrio, N.Y.; Drawing Center, N.Y.; the flat files at Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn N.Y.; and Heskin Contemporary, N.Y. Currently he co-manages "Rumpelstiltskin," an exhibition art space for aesthetic research in south west Guadalajara, Mexico, where he has curated Paranormal Bureu, a multimedia show with three artists from Brooklyn N.Y.
My unorthodox practice links me to a generation of artists with a very wide range of approaches to art, that question the interest of the establishment particularly in museums and commercial venues.