Mario Martín del Campo

Mario Martín del Campo is a draftsman, painter, engraver, sculptor, designer, and goldsmith native of Guadalajara, Jalisco studied at the National School of Fine Arts of San Carlos of the UNAM and since 1977 has had more than 60 individual exhibitions in Europe, the USA, Canada, Central, South America, and Mexico. He has designed sets, costumes, masks, and puppets for the operas Falstaff and Don Giovanni, which have been performed at the Palacio de Bellas Artes theater, and has created sculptural works using musical instruments, painting, and other media made of shell, wood, and ostrich eggs that form vehicles, fantastic animals, and puppets.

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