Bio

He studied a Bachelor of Arts at Universidad Veracruzana and a Master of Photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology during his stay in the United States as a Fulbright scholar.
His work focuses on unique prints made in the colored darkroom. In them, he explores the possibilities of chromatic reproduction and temporal registration of the photographic medium. In his prints, there are backgrounds that come together with silhouettes of moving objects made without the mediation of a camera, in a play of light, time, chemistry, precision, and chance. Márquez proposes the use of the visual language of painting to create unique objects that inhabit a middle line between pictorial discourse and photographic immediacy.
Among his most recent solo exhibitions are “Chalchihuecan (Incisions in History)”, Kino Tonalá, Mexico City (2019), “Some discrete eclipses”. Galería Galería, Mexico City (2019) and “Flowers are for funerals” at CAM Galería, Mexico City (2018).
His works are in the following collections: Figueroa-Hernández Foundation Collection, Mexico; Aeromoto Public Library, Mexico City, Mexico; Centro de la Imagen Archive, Mexico City, Mexico, and in the Richard and Ronay Menschel Library collection, George Eastman Museum, Rochester, NY.

Work

Fray Servando 32 – Condemned – Fade out 1, 2019

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Hidrosina (Variation 3), 2019

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Sin título, 2019

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Sin título, 2019

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Sin título, 2019

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Flowers are for funerals, 2018

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