Gonzalez, Máximo
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Máximo González studied at the Institute of Art and Languages Josefina Contte in Corrientes, Argentina, where he obtained a Teaching Degree in Visual Arts.

In 1996 Máximo organised his first solo exhibition. In 1998 he moved to the city of Córdoba, Argentina, where he created, together with other artists, Apeyron (a research centre specialising in plastic and scenic experimentation).  From 1999 to 2003 he lived in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

He has completed 41 solo exhibitions: “POGO”, Hospicio Cabañas Museum, Guadalajara, Mexico; Magnificent Warning at Stanlee & Rubin Center, El Paso (USA); Playful, CAFAM, Los Angeles (USA); A road between worlds, Casa de América, Madrid (ES); Something like an answer to something, Artane gallery, Istanbul (TUR); Project for the reutilization of obsolete vehicles after the extinction of petrol at Travesía Cuatro Gallery, Madrid (ES) and Project B, Milano (ITL); PISAR at Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires (ARG); Greenhouse effect at Art&Idea, Mexico City (MX). 
He has participated in 135 group exhibitions: “The possibility of everything", Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, Toronto, Canada; “Where have all the flowers gone?”, Poetics of the handmade exhibition at MOCA LA (USA); The tree: from the sublime to the social at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada; The lines of the hand at MUAC, Mexico City (MX); 2nd Polygraphic Triennial of San Juan, Latina America and the Caribbean, Puerto Rico; Mexico: Poetry/Politics, San Francisco State University, San Francisco (USA) and at Nordic Watercolor Museum, Gothenburg, (Sweden); Tiempo de Sospecha, Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City (MX).

He has been living and working in México City for the last thirteen years. 
Founder of the Changarrito Project: 
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