Bogotá – Colombia 1962. He is the president of the cultural foundation MAI COLOMBIA INTERNACIONAL and the DISTRICT COUNSELOR for the plastic arts and visual arts in Bogota, capital of Colombia. Teacher in plastic arts, he has developed techniques such as lithography, screen printing and metal engraving at ‘Taller Arte Dos Gráfico”.
EXHIBITIONS: His trayectory has more than 300 exhibitions between individual and collective, among them: Museum of American Erotic Art, Censored works of the Marea collection and American Erotic Museum, Centenary of Machu Picchu 100 artists: National University of Colombia, Museum of Contemporary Art Cusco Peru 2012, MINIART Porto Alegre Brazil, Casa Pluma: International exchange Brazil, invited to the 100 years of Bodegón in Colombia (exhibition with professor Andrés de Santamaría, Fernando Botero, David Manzur among others.) Retrospective JORGE TORRES 80s (oil paint, watercolor, drawing, engraving), 30 years of unpublished works, Culiacán Mexico.
AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS: In 2010, the Iberoamerican Academy of Arts and Sciences honored him as distinguished “Corresponding Academician”, Mention of Honor at Autonomous University of Mexico, Recognition at “Festival of Erotic Art” Tlalnepantla Mexico, Honorable mention historical archive of Sinaloa Mexico Exhibition “Parallel Worlds” Mexico, Honorific mention of Museum of Contemporary Art MAC Bogotá Colombia, Director of the magazine “Nuevo Canto” poetry of the professor Jorge Eduardo Pardo Durán founder of the Taller Torres Cultural Center in Bogota Colombia, Recognition of MINIART Brazil.
PUBLICATIONS: Colombia and Art,:47 artists a tribute to the master Enrique Grau Volume 3. THE SEWING MACHINE Al alimón with Jotamario Arbelaez August 2012. Colombia and Art Volume 2: 30 Colombian Artists tribute Rodrigo Arenas Betancourt, Government of the State of Sinaloa “figuration and abstraction” Colombian-mexican artists: Culiacan Sinaloa Mexico, Euro-American Art: bicentenary of the Argentine Revolution special edition: April 2010, LATIN AMERICAN FINE ARTS Dominican Republic “REALISM AND FIGURATIVE ART”: June 13, 2002, among others.